Chatpanda.net is a new locally developed social media platform unveiled in the Kenya market to enable you to stay in touch with your friends, family, and co-workers in this pandemic and beyond.
Just like Twitter but with more friendly features, Chatpanda comes at a time when most big social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have been banning users and closing down groups without any warnings. The most recent being the closure of Kenya’s biggest Facebook group Group Kenya and blogger Cyprian Nyakundi being locked out of Twitter.
Chatpanda’s goal is to enable local publishers to share the best stories without any bias, to grow following to any limit, and be local heroes. Currently, Chatpanda team promises to verify all known local publishers and influencer’s accounts immediately when they register on the platform.
The platform trending hashtags are fully localized to enable the best topics to trend, and priority is on the best topics that are trending in various localities across the country. In addition, users can now promote or sponsor content in the platform at a very friendly rate and no banning of ads or tough reviews like on Facebook or Twitter.
In just a month after it went lice, Chatpanda has signed up over 1000 registered users and is signing up more by the day. The team lead, Okii Eli says the platform will add more features as feedback comes in.
Register using this link here Chatpanda.net