Pakistan-based Social Champ application hits first 20 Million posts

By Muneeb Ahmad on
July 31, 2017
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Pakistan-based social media scheduling and sharing application, Social Champ, recently marked a milestone. Barely a year after it was founded, the startup has successfully been able to schedule and post over 20 Million posts.

Designed and developed by the Karachi-based team of Sameer Ahmed Khan, Zohaib Ahmed Shakir and Shakir Ghani, Social Champ is touted as a one stop solution for content producers and other businesses and organizations who are looking to expand their reach on social media by smart and real-time scheduling and posting of different social media posts.

The application has numerous features that assist in social sharing. The application finds its utility in dealing with repeated posting, suggesting content and automating customized RSS posts. The application even allows doing bulk uploads in a single click.

Founded in 2016, Social Champ is based out of Karachi, Pakistan. The platform is already serving some more than 6000 users, having scheduled and successfully posted over 20 Million+ posts on different social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google+.

The startup is now looking to expand their scope to the new features that the social media giants keep introducing. Like, for example, the application will soon provide support for new Facebook features like live videos. Cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence techniques will auto-learn and enable the users to go creative with live videos. It will also suggest the best possible posting times along with the content too.

“Most features in social champ are those requested by people who have worked in the social media marketing world from a long time, including Guy Kawasaki, who was very helpful with input when we were developing Social Champ,” said Sameer Ahmed Khan, the CEO of the company.

Sameer Ahmed Khan has previously been featured in TechJuice 25 under 25 series.

 
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