Without an iota of doubt, one can agree to the fact that the digital world is all about what you show. The visual side of a brand of the website is what makes it stand out. Millions of new images, videos, and Gifs are posted on various social media sites and the numbers are increasing every day. This is the market that captured the attention of tech superstar Gil Rabbi.
There are so many roles that define the young visionary. Gil is one of Israel’s digital pioneers, Founder & CEO of Storycards, which is the first no-code platform for engagement products in the world. He is also the founder of Rabbi Interactive. Moreover, Gil was chosen among the most influential people in the Israeli '40 under Forty list for 2018'.
Right from the start, Gil was focused on audience engagement on the digital platforms. This is the reason why he decided to create a platform where people can try out the best ways for online engagement even if they don't have the tech experience.
According to Gil, "One of the most impressive things about Storycards is the way that it employs artificial intelligence. Our platform is entirely focused on making improvements and it provides feedback on how to increase the level of engagement with the site users. Storycards assign a score for each product created on the platform, which shows the website or app owner what users are doing with it and what should be improved, in real-time."
This is truly is an impressive feature in a world where people constantly looking for ways to create a better online reach and presence. Gil said, "With Storycards anyone can build multiple flows and create a unique experience according to the users’ choices in each card."
Each month, Storycards products are used by over 5 million people, including products that accompanied the Eurovision and the Rising Star TV format that enabled millions of users' viewers to vote in real-time from their homes around the world. “Our products start with zero users and then after 3 seconds, we have millions of users that do the same action in real-time”, says Rabbi.