CLICKER Inc. is an Internet brand-building firm that trades on the OTC Bulletin Board. The Company focuses on developing stand alone consumer brands that incorporate social networking and reward properties that leverage content, commerce and advertising for the next generation global internet user. They provide these solutions for both client companies as well as for brands that they both own and/or operate. CLICKER Inc. has their headquarters in Irvine, California.
The Company’s web properties include Forwant.com, Cashclicker.com, Sippinit.com, ItsMyLocal.com, Sportsgulp.net, and Wallst.net and Mywallst.net. ForWant.com is a free classified advertisements site with millions of ads posted by users. The website allows users to post advertisements for and search a variety of specialized categories.
Cashclicker.com is an e-reward site that will reward registered users on everyday consumption of content, commerce and search. C2we.com is the social network site that is affiliated with Cashclicker.com.
Sippinit.com is an online pop, entertainment and gossip property that will incorporate social networking with entertainment gossip. ItsMyLocal.com is a reward property that incorporates local search and rewards with local peer-to-peer social networking and rewards. Sportsgulp.net is a social networking website and gossip channel for sports enthusiasts.
Wallst.net and Mywallst.net, as a financial social community, provides an open forum for likeminded investors to share, collaborate, and mentor. The site offers message boards, quotes as well as in depth video interviews, which have aired on both internet and/or television.
This past June, Clicker Inc. announced that they are expanding into the web development business for outside clients. Company management made the decision to expand officially into the space by recognizing the opportunity of small emerging companies’ desire to expand into the area of social networking and other forms of user generated type content. They believe there is a continuing opportunity to participate in having a portion of the fees associated with these billings to be equity of public entities or companies that have a plan to go public.