Upworthy is a social impact company with a mass audience. Started in 2012, by Eli Pariser, the former executive director of MoveOn , and Peter Koechley, former managing editor of The Onion , upworthy works with brands and communities to create participatory campaigns and shareable stories that drive powerful results across business and society.
As of 2017, Upworthy is now under the umbrella of Good Worldwide and collectively they reach 100 million on a monthly basis!
Their business plan is as follows:
- activate people around big issues and bold endeavors
- amplify stories and ideas that inspire and uplift
- help brands unlock their purpose to drive impact and ROI (return on investment)
All of their employees work remotely!
Upworthy uses 40 technology products and services including HTML5, Google Analytics, and jQuery, according to G2 Stack. Upworthy is actively using 186 technologies for its website, according to BuiltWith. These include Viewport Meta, IPhone / Mobile Compatible, and SPF.
- Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA 90048, US