GLIIF is offering free hyper tags for all Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and Google + accounts

Feb. 24, 2014 - PRLog -- Following the lead of WeChat offering QR Code integration into their application, GLIIF has announced they are offering at no cost free custom encrypted images to all users on Twiiter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google Plus. That's over one billion GLIIF's being offered at no cost.

It is a free service for mobile users which includes social networking GLIIF's and an embedded contact GLIIF in the app. The vCard profile information is server based so updates to contact information are instantly deployed. Changing jobs, phone numbers or addresses is never going ot be a problem again.

GLIIF is a technology that empowers brands, builds brand networks and opens direct communications with customers at the mobile level.

GLIIF is in BETA and are actively seeking strategic partners and agencies to work with. You can get more information here.

From publications, packaging, in store displays we brand interactivity into every piece with a sophisticated tech. solution and provide a savvy solution for the mobile user.

Every scan adds to a brand concentric network for push and in-app messaging for an open line of communication. Basically a hyper-targetted database is established with the GLIIF solution.

GLIIF is also offering partners a significant and repeating new revenue stream.

The GLIIF business model supports generous revenue sharing programs. They are offering a revenue sharing program of 30%. This includes the corporate account set up fee, individual GLIIF's and in-app and push messaging fees.

Create an account, download the app and enjoy.

GLIIF's only competitor, the QR Code.

The GLIIF Reader is currently available on the Apple App store.

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