|Are you that one content creator who has not heard of Ogelle? Have you been trying to monetize your content on other video sharing platforms with little success? Or are you simply a lover of Africa; our rich culture, diverse languages and the various shades of expressions that describe our reality? Then you should be hooked on ogelle.com. From funny to downright bizarre Ogelle is building Africa’s largest platform for indigenous content.|
Ogelle.com is an online video sharing platform that integrates exclusive original production and user-generated content delivered as a free and subscription-based service. Since its launch in May 2019 the platform is now being used by over 20,000 creators — most of the artists in film, animation, music and other works of art. Most of its users, see the platform as a medium to share and promote their work. The management of Ogelle intend to make it the highest aggregator of African content; a goal they expect to achieve by 2025. This could be possible since the platform focuses exclusively on African content targeted at Africans and lovers of African content all around the world.
Ogelle.com operates from its corporate headquarters in Kigali, Rwanda and has an established corporate presence in Africa’s top business cities; Lagos, Nigeria and Johannesburg, South Africa. As a social responsibility, Ogelle.com, further equips content creators in Africa with training programmes on internet appreciation, digital marketing and online income generation. Thereby contributing to the development of local economies across Africa. Content creators can also earn as much as $1000 on Ogelle monthly by driving views and engagement to their uploaded content on the website.
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