Social Media expert Divya Gandotra Tandon gets candid about her journey and The Scoop Beats
With the increase of Digitalization, Divya made her Successful in Technical Field. In her free time she used to watch the success stories of the YouTubers who became zero to Hero in digital platform
Divya Gandotra Tandon is a young and dynamic entrepreneur, a celebrity manager, a social media manager, and an influential figure. Divya Gandotra Tandon has worked for more than 100 individual stars, influencers, and companies.
She was born on 5 June 2002 in Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir India. Divya Gandotra Tandon completed her secondary education from Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1 Gandhi Nagar Jammu and then moved to Prince Institute of Innovative Technology Greater Noida for her further studies. Divya Gandotra Tandon loves learning new things on her own, and she is trying new concepts online with these things, which have already made a significant name in social media marketing.
Divya Gandotra Tandon is the single girl child of her parents. Her mother's name is Mrs. Namrata Gandotra, and her father's name is Mr. Sachin Tandon. Her cousins are Devansh Gandotra Neog and Amayra Gandotra.
At the age of eighteen (18) years, Divya Gandotra Tandon is already in the elite of critical thinkers who believe in chasing their dreams and making the best out of life. Like most of today's youth, she is a big fan of technology. Most of her time is spent on discovering new technologies, inventions, meeting new people, making friends, and daring about everything! While her life is still only a dream for many, Divya Gandotra Tandon realizes her reality.
Divya Gandotra is a young entrepreneur. Just to achieve her goals, she sacrificed her comfort zone. She uses technology to generate a strong impact and motivation on fellow youth. She hopes to spread the message about loving the Earth and herself. Divya believes in creating memories because they are the only real, lasting satisfaction that the mortal world has to offer.
When Divya Was 15 years old, She started a YouTube Channel in which she used to Unbox latest trending Gadgets. Also, she used to create app reviews and tutorials on her channel.
When Divya Gandotra found Youtube, she studied the videos on the platform, enjoying and learning at the same time. Her fascination, unlike most people of her age who would spend time watching music videos or funny pranks, was to research and learn about people who came from nowhere and succeed in their lives. She was attracted to the Zero to Hero stories and found herself watching one story after the other.
While she was watching the videos, she was inspired to become somebody her family would be proud of. She was motivated and filled to the brim with new found inspiration. As life would have it, encouragement and chances strike when they are least expected, Divya had stumbled upon her ticket to success and her goal in life.
Watching inspirational stories on YouTube lead her to the path of his dream. It's then she understood that all she wanted was to become a YouTuber, one who can stand out from the crowd, with her glory and success.
During difficult times when she did not know what kind of videos to post, the only thing she keeps in her mind is honesty and transparency. She knows the viewers always wanted to watch something real, and that's what she decided to offer them. Talented and fun, Divya makes use of YouTube channels to entertain people, create informative videos on various tech-related matters, and continues to stay honest.
Despite failing once, she did not let that fade her talent. Secret Superstar, the Bollywood movie, gave her a boost of inspiration through the tough times of life. It was the unsettling times when she realized that the hate messages and comments could be a guide, and she began to learn from them. Additionally, she discovered understanding and working on the suggestions from viewers were yet another way that could help her continue growing in her field.
She also started a few projects on women Safety, and she was also awarded as Entrepreneur Young Achievers award in Delhi and Incredible Indian icon award in Indore. She is also certified in Fundamental of Digital marketing by Google Unlocked. With the passage of time She also started her own news and media company, named theScoopBeats with +90,000 active Audience.
Divya Gandotra has achieved success in a very young age of 17. At the age when teens are busy in playing and chatting on Social media, Divya Changed her Life and made her own identity. With the increase of Digitalization, Divya made her Successful in Technical Field. In her free time she used to watch the success stories of the YouTubers who became zero to Hero in digital platform.
Being in a Digital platform she used to learn from hatred and she drastically changed her content by her audience suggestions. Once in a interviews she said that, "I may not be a good content creator for myself but my audience know me better, they support me and love my content that I create". Also, she said, "I was literally inspired by the movie Secret Superstar, this movie motivated me more and more to create my content".
For the future, she is fully ready for new execution at the turn of the year. These plans will include starting new projects and brands while travelling to Caracas (Venezuela).
Divya had an unbeatable and exciting journey so far. However, for 18 years of age on a mission, she still has a long way to go. Media outlets will be eager to pick up more of her breakthrough tech stories in the future.
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