WHO WE ARE!

WomenNow.in is a fast growing website for modern women in India with 250K unique visitors since 2015. It combines inspiring topics such as beauty, love, sex, life advice, gender inequalities, female empowerment, and gives a voice to social matters like rape and acid attacks. We aim to become the largest website targeting a female Indian audience. Building this large and interactive audience will enable us to raise awareness and have a social impact 100 million users can change a lot.

International team based in New York and India with publishing and Mobile media startup experience 15 local writers in India and network of Angel Investors

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EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN INDIA 
COMMUNITY & ENGAGEMENT

We reach out to young Indian women, give food for thought address their concerns and provide solutions through our inspiring and helpful content. Our vision is to help Indian women to nurture a sense of pride and self respect, and become active agents in their own lives.
Our community is made of a strong
+250k unique monthly users growing fastly (+10% per month).
95% are young female Indian aged 13-25.
Our community is active through an anonymous Go-to forum which enables debates around love, sex, and relationships.

 

WEBSITE & DAILY ARTICLES
SOCIAL NETWORKS

We publish more than 100 monthly articles and interviews about relationships health education and inspirational topics. We run monthly contests fitting closely to young Indian women interests (fashion lifestyle, indian feasts) with more than 1000 submissions and send out Newsletter to 1000 readers.
+1.5k Million Facebook monthly reach.
+105k Facebook likes.
+3500 Pinterest followers.
+2000 Instagram and Twitter followers.

 

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PARTNER WITH US!

We offer several ways to promote your brand and partner with us. Contact us at womennow.in@gmail.com or Click here learn more.

Knowledge helps people. WomenNow.in publishes great educational content for women who need education and seek answers to sensitive topics.” – Monica Singh, Global Youth Champion of United Nations Women.