dezyna.com is India's first social affiliate marketing platform and is live.
03/07/2013

Product discovery and social affiliate platform
The social affiliate platform enables merchants to create an affiliate program to reward users whenever a sale happens due to their referral.
The product discovery platform enables users to find best offers & products on web.

Online PR News – 07-March-2013 – Mumbai – dezyna.com is a product discovery and social affiliate platform
The social affiliate platform enables merchants to create an affiliate program to reward users whenever a sale happens due to their referral. The product discovery platform enables users to find best offers & products on web.

"This idea is based on two of my observations. Firstly, e-commerce companies are spending a lot of money on customer acquisition and hence the online retail business is not sustainable at present. Secondly, many new e-commerce companies selling unique and niche products online have started up but still it's very difficult for consumers to discover these products. So our platform solves these two problems by combining a product discovery platform with a social affiliate platform. The social affiliate platform helps e-commerce companies reduce their cost of customer acquisition by combining social networking with affiliate marketing. It helps them increase brand visibility by turning their users into social sellers. Moreover, the platform is designed to be performance driven and merchants pay only when a sale takes place on their site. we haven't raised any funding yet and are completely bootstrapped. We're looking for seed capital to build a great team. But most importantly, right now, we're looking for mentors to teach and guide us."

Team behind dezyna.com
dezyna.com is founded by Ankit Arora. Before starting dezyna, he was in Silicon Valley, California where he worked as an engineer at an Electronic Design Automation Company. After returning to India, he started an online skill school called courseon.com. He loves entrepreneurship, creating code, and is also a marathon runner. He holds a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California.