Arthinkle Facilitates Users to Inspire Others
Adjie Priambada - 18 December 2014
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This proverb might be just what the Arthinkle’s founders had in mind when they decided to establish the startup. Irwan Rosali, one of the Co-Founders, told DailySocial, “We are really passionate to help people around us preparing their future by sharing what we understand about finding your purpose, making a good plan, upgrading your skills, and developing your character.”
As being cited from its main page, Arthinkle is intended to facilitate people with a place where they can share pretty much everything, from business ideas to life motivational stories, relationship, health, and many others. Those information can be delivered in form of articles, images, or quotes which are categorized into several categories: Self Development, Business, Relationship, Health, Life Style, Motivation, Travel & Leisure, and Others.
People who are in the exploration phase, in which they are still struggling to understand theirself, their surrounding, or the world and the future (normally they are aged between 20-30 y.o) are Arthinkle’s most convenient market. Claiming that it gets visited by 400 unique visitors in a day, Arthinkle has successfully gathered 9000 members so far.
Rosali further explained that the content which enter the platform will be filtered to avoid inappropriate and least valuable ones as well as junk entering Arthinkle. From its function and services, it seems that the platform will indirectly make it as a natural competitor to Keepo and Mindtalk.
When being asked about Arthinkle’s objectives for next year, Rosali responded that he and his team look to add more contributors so that there would be more and more positive and quality content produced. They also target to have 50.000 users by 2015.
“We will also build Arthinkle Community, a place where users may occassionally meet to greet and inspire each other,” Rosali ended.