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Youngest Digital Entrepreneur

Himachal Youngest Digital Entrepreneur - Digitalwebdia (CEO) Mukesh Bhardwaj
Himachal Youngest Digital Entrepreneur - Digitalwebdia (CEO) Mukesh Bhardwaj

Well Known, Youngest Digital Entrepreneur and Marketer Mukesh Bhardwaj from Himachal Pradesh, India. CEO of Digitalwebdia and other Online Applications from itechmedia Pvt. Ltd. an IT-based startup which provides Digital Marketing Solutions and Consultancy to handle technology profoundly.

Waiting to be promoted to Mechanical Engineer, Mukesh has already emerged as an inspiring personality for those who know him. He has a well-known young entrepreneur from India’s Smallest State, Himachal. Thriveglobal presents you with an exclusive interview of this talented young mind.

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Let’s Take a overview about his journey.

Well, I born in an era when technology was growing (specifically in India). (Not grown back in 1997). Like others, I wasn’t an Introvert 😛 But something that stands me different among my mates is the love towards learning “How Tech Works”. So Back in 2012, I created my facebook account and my first venture which is “Hacking Tricks by Mukesh”. Yes, this was a Facebook Group along with a page. and trust me it gained more than 2000 Likes in Just One month and over 10000+ Members in the group. But unfortunately, Both my page and group got HACKED!

Yes You Heard Right! It got Hacked..!

But How someone who is posting stuff about hacking on Facebook got Hacked. It’s Funny but damn it’s True.

I wasn’t a Hacker at that time nor I today 😛 I only used to Post Tricks. Let me explain it in more brief.

Hacking is Industry which requires lots and lots of coding knowledge, Penetration Experiment, and definitely a good skillset.

But, I knew nothing about these stuff.

Now, What exactly I posted on those pages? Here are some examples: Change Facebook Name within 60-Days, Root Android, Recover accounts and Guess What?

Facebook Hacking were also possible at that time. 😛

I started all this when i was in 9th Standard. Obviously without PC, No smartphone and not any personal device. But I learned all these stupid tech things from “Nokia 2700” device. Yes, You again Heard RIGHT =D

I know many of you not even seen that device but I will request David to please attach the picture of that phone.

What’s NEXT?

Since i started loving technology i want to dig more into it. And after got hacked, I wanted to be the Hacker though.

But it wasn’t an easy task. and I got into my 10th Standard and as you all know Board Classes are highly emphasizing standard to get good marks.

Somehow, I managed to score good Percentage.

Guess How Much???

It’s 91.8%. Yes Right. Though I scored a good percentage with a rank of 42th within Himachal Pradesh. I and many other mates got scholarships and a Laptop.

It wasn’t actually a laptop. Its a kinda Acer Notebook.

But yes it was thoughtfully a big thing for me that now I had a laptop in which I can do many things. Specs were not good but I think it was the best at that time and for beginners, it was like a gods gift 🙂

The journey had been started and within 1 year I headed to learn lots of hacking stuff not like a pro but I learned much stuff about Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security, Penetration Testing and many more.

But I wasn’t considered myself a Hacker. But yeah I could call myself a script kiddie or a Noob.

Time Flies and due to some cyber issues I have to stop doing all these activities. Will Explain more in some other rounds. 😛

David, I got tired of telling my story since I started so can we start a fresh conversation on my latest journey?

Yeah Sure – David

How did you get into Digital Marketing?

Alright, Skip my 12th and 1st Year of Mechanical Engineering.

Wait But? Mechanical Engineering??

Yeah, You Heard Right. I am pursuing Mechanical Engineering from, RGGEC Kangra, HP.

Why I opt for Mechanical how to fallen to this college and all were also an exciting story but we can cover it in another interview.

I started DigitalWebdia back in 2016 when I was in the first year of my college.

9-4 SOM, TOM, DOM exhausts me but somewhere the energy of learning and contributing to this tech world within me kept growing and I learned a lot of things every day without spending a dime. I worked hard and silent. My schoolmates and collegemates didn’t know what I was capable of quite some time. He wanted to keep a low profile. Gradually I grew interested in Development, Branding, Graphics, SEO, SMM, etc. I spend my nights in doing these things. I learned everything from Google and YouTube.

Thanks to Jio for again blessing on me. 😛

Not me but its you all i guess?

It was not easy to manage both Engineering Studies and that too a Mechanical Engineering.

Surprisingly, I got failed in one of my favorite subject in the very first year of Engineering.

Yes you guessed right. It’s Computer & Programming.

Wasn’t a sad moment?

NO.. a Big No. Instead of being sad, I laughed. I laughed a lot and I think I was one of few students who got failed in this simple subject.

Since i studied hard before the exams still i got failure.

Never Mind… Failure is part of your life. It comes and go…No matters whether it is in Academics or in Personal life. Time heals everything (Said Krishna in Bhagavad Gita)

Sorry but can’t reveal our clients but yes i work for Google.

Would you Reveal your Current Projects

Yes, Umm! I and my team who are my friends and all are under 21. Yes, all our.

So yeah we recently launched an Android App which is based on Motivational Quotes (Motivation Minds) and the team consists of Anurag, Akash, Vikas, and many others. Well, Along with this we are working on some startups like DocKro and other some e-com platforms.

How did you overcome those hurdles?

Challenges are the part of the journey but let’s skip this. I want only to spread a positive part of my life.

and Yes, I would like to say something to the young entrepreneurs.

Keep Working Hard. See, There is no Substitute for Hard work. Make sure to follow your passion but don’t compromise the studies. Manage Time and yes if possible then keep a distance from distractions. E.g Relationship goals and Show off.

You will get both… Relax! I mean they are about to join you but you have to be dedicated to your passion.

One last thing “Ap logo ne muje banaya meri kya aukaat hai” 🙂

Thanks for your love.

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