Taking marketing back to basics
WOM is a user driven online review site/business directory that helps companies amplify their word of mouth and at the same time help users make informed choices. We believe good businesses should be rewarded for their great customer service but we also believe ...
Wikipedia for memories
MemoirCraft.com capture people’s experiences (events, periods and people in their life); share and represent it as memoirs for immediate or later consumption. It is a social networking site with the focus of capturing, storing and preserving people's memories to ...
a publisher rewards program that rewards users real currency for sharing their content
a single or cross platform rewards program which rewards users real currency for social interaction with their content therefore increase traffic to that content 1. sharing their content to social media or email. 2. Following an account. 3. Like or recommend ...
Marketing through social influencers
Webfluential is an online platform linking the consumer market to advertising agencies and public relations firms through influencers across various social networks to promote brands to their existing audiences. Webfluential serves to provide advertisers and ...
If you want it moved or you want to move it
Online bidding platform to give movers and transporters best cost and easy access to jobs
Dropbox for Corporate & Public Communications - No more Email distribution lists!
Designed for Enterprise markets, TV Republic allows you to easily broadcast videos & corporate messages to your staff, where ever in the world they may be.
crime-news and security services sales
Crimeblog is a crimenews and security marketing and sales channel. The objective is to inform the public on the latest crime tricks and traps and then use the platform to market and sell security products and services.
First world design, Third world pricing
Simply - we have world class digital/real world designers and manufacturers, able to create phenomenally good products, at a fraction of the cost of first world companies.