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Good Life Networks $GOOD.ca – Confused About What Makes Something Programmatic? It Needs These 3 Features $RUBI $AT.ca $TRMR $FUEL

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 9:55 AM on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
SPONSOR: Good Life Networks (GOOD:TSX-V) Video advertising is the future! Company’s A.I. makes 80,000 calculations / second, targeting 750 million users to deliver higher prices and volume. Company announced combined trailing 12 month revenue at just over $40 Million, $7.9M EBITDA, $3 Million net income. Click here for more information.
GOOD: TSX-V

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Confused About What Makes Something Programmatic? It Needs These 3 Features

  • Programmatic, an algorithmic approach to putting media placements in front of the right user, prioritizing reach over environment.
  • Programmatic gave new life to display advertising

By Kathleen Petersen

Display media—banner ads, specifically—has seen its share of ups and downs. In the mid-90s when digital advertising became a thing, banner ads were one of the first formats.

I can imagine those initial advertising agency media teams saying to clients, ” We ran this little box on our webpage and look how many clicks it got! Look how many people used this little box to visit your site!” But then, of course, consumers got used to banner ads. They were no longer a novelty, and people stopped clicking. Instead, they started saying things like, “Those ads are annoying,” or “I don’t even notice those ads” (although studies prove they do). Everyone hated them, and display advertising budgets started to dwindle.

Enter a new buying strategy: programmatic, an algorithmic approach to putting media placements in front of the right user, prioritizing reach over environment.

Programmatic gave new life to display advertising. Suddenly banners and video weren’t as expensive. They were more sophisticated in targeting and were easier to optimize based on an end goal (translation: better than running the impressions and assuming they do something good that can’t be proven). By 2010, sophisticated digital advertisers were funneling large amounts of their display media budgets to this approach. Today it’s all media teams talk about: programmatic banners, programmatic video, programmatic native, and now, programmatic TV, programmatic out of home and programmatic mail.

Hold up, though—that’s not programmatic. Programmatic has gone beyond what it is at its roots … to a buzzword for seemingly any media with a bit of data behind it.

Programmatic has gone beyond what it is at its roots—a modernized and automated approach to media buying—to a buzzword for seemingly any media with a bit of data behind it.

There are three pieces required to make something programmatic:

The ability to combine multiple layers of data

Demographics and interest targeting have been in digital media’s corner for a while. With a programmatic approach, you can slice and dice those targeting technologies, add others and stack them all on top of each other. This includes first-, second- and third-party data. The ability to determine if a person is within our target audience based on their demographics, what their interests are, where they are geographically, how often they travel, what type of credit card they use, how long they’ve owned their home and on and on is right up the programmatic alley.

Real-time bidding

Before programmatic buying was available, display buyers would identify sites with the highest reach against their target audience and buy a set number of impressions directly from said site. This isn’t the case with programmatic. Now we’re in an exchange, bidding to get the best placements in front of the most qualified users and paying only a penny more than the next advertiser we won the bid from. Buying programmatically is much more efficient and garners a far wider reach. You’re finding the best available user, regardless of the content they’re in. Not to say that premium environment prioritized in the days of old isn’t important. White lists and premium marketplaces can get you high-quality contextual placements while using a programmatic approach.

On the fly optimization

At one time, ads ran and we served X number of impressions or ads ran, we ran X number of impressions and Y people clicked on them was the furthest extent to which you could report on your display media performance. You could take this information and adjust your strategy for next time. But with programmatic, algorithms are getting continuously smarter, and you’re able to optimize based on a multitude of factors. So now your campaign can improve as time goes on instead of waiting until the end so you know what to do better next time. Budgets can be prioritized according to what users are doing post-exposure in real-time. For example, if placement A is performing better than placement B, the algorithm will shift bids to prioritize the better performer.

These three features are possible with digital media, but at this point, it isn’t possible for traditional media channels to pull all of them off. As time and technology goes on, traditional media channels will get closer to achieving this. Television, with the use of smart TVs and OTT devices is the closest.

Data available for television targeting has become much more sophisticated in recent years, but they are lacking in real-time bidding. Most TV being bought “programmatically” is still purchased two weeks ahead of time, not at the exact second exposure is available. And while we can now use data to identify high indexing programming, the targeting isn’t 1-to-1 unless it is addressable. Out of home is in second place, and will be easier to achieve on small digital boards (think ATM or gas station screens) where a user can be identified by their phone’s proximity to the screen.

So, when you hear a media channel being referred to as programmatic, make sure the term is being used correctly. Advances in technology in digital and traditional channels that allow our campaigns to be more precise are very exciting and enticing, but check against these three features to ensure you know how your media dollars are being used.

Source: https://www.adweek.com/programmatic/confused-about-what-makes-something-programmatic-it-needs-these-3-features/

Good Life Networks $GOOD.ca – Identity and Advanced TV Have Reshaped Video Advertising $TTD $RUBI $AT.ca $TRMR $FUEL

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 3:12 PM on Thursday, March 21st, 2019
SPONSOR: Good Life Networks (GOOD:TSX-V) Video advertising is the future! Company’s A.I. makes 80,000 calculations / second, targeting 750 million users to deliver higher prices and volume. Company announced combined trailing 12 month revenue at just over $40 Million, $7.9M EBITDA, $3 Million net income. Click here for more information.
GOOD: TSX-V

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It used to be about cutting time off content, but that’s changed

By Victor Wong

Using longer videos in strategies may be the future of this sect of the industry.

Just when creatives wrapped their heads around data and programmatic, new technology is about to reshape storytelling again. While those first disruptive trends changed display and rich media ads, video ads remained largely unaffected. In fact, video ads haven’t actually changed in decades, aside from getting shorter and running on different types of screens.

Whereas innovation used to be measured in the seconds shaved—from 60-second to 30-second to 15-second to 6-second—now we’re seeing the actual video ad formats evolve as two new trends converge: advance TV and identity. These powerful forces have already reshaped media buying as more ad dollars shift from offline to digital formats, but now they are in the midst of transforming the creative experience. Here’s how:

Pause-vertising

Creative agencies now need to begin thinking about longer form videos and know they can break up the content into mini-episodes of ads.

As more video is viewed on advance TV media formats, such as CTV and OTT services that run on computers or phones, new possibilities have emerged. Whereas linear television ads were built around filling scheduled commercial breaks, CTV and OTT experiences have built-in, widely-used pausing functionality, creating a new form of commercial break and screen layout. Imagine seeing an ad for your favorite brand appear quickly when you hit pause (or unpause) for quick breaks to respond to a message or grab a snack. Hulu and AT&T’s Xandr advertising business both plan to introduce a form of this “pause-vertising” this year.

Second screen

Another idea is second screen ads where a brand wants to take advantage of the fact that viewers are often watching TV while using another device. Nowadays, many devices can be connected through an identity graph (from a telco, a data provider, etc.) that links registration information like billing addresses for different signed in services on different devices. The possibilities now include using addressable television media buying to target TVs registered to households that have been shown to have the brand’s app so that you can run TV ads that encourage specific interaction with apps or drive users to the app for info rather than trying to cram everything into a TV spot.

Ad episodes

Perhaps an even more powerful application of identity is creating episodic ads where, rather than trying to cram all the content into one spot, you can tell a story over several ad episodes across different screens and time. Historically with TV ads and even digital video ads, brands had no idea whether a viewer had already seen an ad or not. Now with cross-device IDs, brands can keep track of whether a viewer or household had been served an episode already, and if so, to move on to the next episode in the sequence even if the user is switching between devices. Without a people-based identity graph, message sequencing would be a nightmare of repeat instances of the first ad episode because the advertiser wouldn’t realize it’s the same household or viewer.

To make these ideas possible, brands will need to work with creative agencies and video media inventory owners that have invested in addressable television, OTT and identity. Creative agencies will need to adapt creative for the new pause-vertising formats, knowing that it could be on loop until a user returns, or focus messaging around what to do during this explicit viewing break. Platform owners will need to identify what percentage of a brand’s app users it can reach with TV media so that the brand can determine if TV campaigns should be for app acquisition or designed to drive second screen usage or execute addressable buys for both. Creative agencies now need to begin thinking about longer form videos and know they can break up the content into mini-episodes of ads.

Executing these new forms of creative don’t change what makes a good story, but they do give brands new ways of telling a good story beyond the standard 30-second one-size-fits-all spots. As more video watching moves from pure linear to more digital, the industry is at a pivotal moment to reinvent the ad experience and make it fit more natively in the new technology. Only then can video ads reach their full new potential.

Source: https://www.adweek.com/tv-video/identity-and-advanced-tv-have-reshaped-video-advertising/

With State Media Group Integration, Good Life Networks Inc. $GOOD.ca Achieves Annual Target Ahead of Forecast $TTD $RUBI $AT.ca $TRMR $FUEL

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 8:36 AM on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018

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  • Announced a commercial partnership with State Media Group LLC. (“State Media Group”), a Los Angeles based company
  • GLN’s integration with State Media Group expands GLN’s global reach through the monetization of their custom ad units across thousands of premium publishers
  • This integration represents the 30th and final to be completed this year
  • GLN will exit the year with 47 total integrations

VANCOUVER, Oct. 24, 2018 – Good Life Networks Inc. (“GLN “, or the “Company “) (TSX-V: GOOD, FSE: 4G5), a Vancouver-based programmatic advertising technology company is pleased to announce a commercial partnership with State Media Group LLC. (“State Media Group”), a Los Angeles based company.

GLN’s integration with State Media Group expands GLN’s global reach through the monetization of their custom ad units across thousands of premium publishers. This integration represents the 30th and final to be completed this year. GLN will exit the year with 47 total integrations.

“Our team is pleased that we have attained our target of 30 completed integrations for the year, two months ahead of schedule,” stated GLN CEO Jesse Dylan. He added “We are well positioned to maximize Q4 revenue, which is typically our strongest performing quarter.

Scott Stevenson, CEO and Founder of State Media Group added, “Working with GLN helps us provide the maximum return to our publishers who are using our custom ad units across video, in-app, mobile web, CTV and native formats. We look forward to continuing to expand this relationship over the coming months.”.

The GLN Story

GLN is a patent pending machine learning programmatic video advertising technology company that does not collect PII (Personal Identifiable Information).  GLN serves millions of online video ads daily 3 times faster than IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) standards through multiple server to server integrations with both publishers and advertisers. GLN is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with offices in the US and UK.

GLN trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the stock symbol “GOOD” and The Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the stock symbol 4G5.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward Looking Statements:

Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect the expectations or beliefs regarding future events of management of GLN. This information and these statements, referred to herein as “forward‐looking statements”, are not historical facts, are made as of the date of this news release and include without limitation, statements regarding discussions of future plans, estimates and forecasts and statements as to management’s expectations and intentions with respect to State Media Group. These statements generally can be identified by use of forward-looking words such as “may”, “will”, “expect”, “estimate”, “anticipate”, “intends”, “believe” or “continue” or the negative thereof or similar variations. These forward‐looking statements involve numerous risks and uncertainties and actual results might differ materially from results suggested in any forward-looking statements. Important factors that may cause actual results to vary include without limitation, risks relating to the integration with State Media Group and general economic conditions. In making the forward‐looking statements in this news release, the Company has applied several material assumptions, including without limitation that the State Media Group partnership will be successfully completed in the time expected by management and its commercial agreement with State Media Group will produce the desired results, generate the anticipated revenue and expand GLN’s global reach per management’s expectations. GLN and its affiliates and subsidiaries do not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from those reflected in the forward looking-statements, other than as required by applicable securities laws. Additional information identifying risks and uncertainties is contained in GLN’s filings with the Canadian securities regulators, which filings are available at www.sedar.com.

SOURCE Good Life Networks Inc.

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Advertising on quality websites more cost effective, suggests study $GOOD.ca #advertising #DigitalMarketing $TTD $RUBI $AT.ca $TRMR $FUEL

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 3:41 PM on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

 

  • According to the study, advertising in quality digital environments is 98% more likely to be placed fully above the fold than adverts on non-premium sites
  • Such placements also resulted in average uplifts for brand awareness ( 11%), ad recall ( 19%), brand perception ( 10%) and recommendation intent ( 10%)

UK – Online adverts appearing within quality branded environments are 42% more cost effective for advertisers, according to a GroupM and Newsworks study.

According to the study, advertising in quality digital environments is 98% more likely to be placed fully above the fold than adverts on non-premium sites. Such placements also resulted in average uplifts for brand awareness ( 11%), ad recall ( 19%), brand perception ( 10%) and recommendation intent ( 10%).

Quality digital environments were defined as websites where consumers have a stronger affinity with the brand, such as newsbrand publishers or sports websites.

Ads appearing on quality websites are over 58% more likely to be 100% in view for at least five seconds, according to the study, which also found that 48% of ads on the open exchange were never seen. Ads must be 50% in view for at least one second to be deemed viewable according to online industry standards.

The two companies will now use the findings from the research to build an industry-wide quality exposure factor for programmatic buying.

Vanessa Clifford, chief executive at Newsworks, said: “For years now, digital advertising has been used as a catch-all term in our industry, encompassing a myriad range of contexts. Now we have the insight to differentiate the value of a high-quality placements – such as on a newsbrand website – from general free browsing. This marks a huge step in our ongoing effectiveness programme and, working with GroupM, our aim is to make this work an actionable part of the online buying process for advertisers.”

The research, covering 394 million impressions in 84 campaigns and over 28,000 survey responses, ran between September 2017 and June 2018. Meetrics collected viewability and user engagement data for the campaign impressions and Cint distributed brand tracking surveys to panellists exposed to the campaigns.

Source: https://www.research-live.com/article/news/advertising-on-quality-websites-more-cost-effective-suggests-study/id/5040483

FEATURE: Video Advertising Is The Future: Good Life Networks $GOOD.ca With $1.3M in Q1 Revenue

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 11:57 AM on Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

GOOD: TSX-V

GLN harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to improve marketing return on investments for advertisers using its patent pending video advertising technology. By 2020, MAGNA, the research arm of media buying firm IPG Mediabrands, expects digital ads to make up 50 percent of all ad spending, expected to reach $237 billion this year.

Q1 Financial Highlights

  • Revenue increased 2072% to $1,322,139 in the First Quarter of 2018
  • Gross profit increased to $448,270 from $1,971 during the First Quarter ended March 31st, 2017;
  • Gross margin as a percentage of revenue were 34% compared to 3% during the First Quarter of 2017, representing a 1,133 % increase.

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Good Life Networks Inc. $GOOD.ca increases first quarter revenue year over year by 2072%

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 4:33 PM on Monday, May 28th, 2018

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  • Revenue increased 2072% to $1,322,139 in the First Quarter of 2018 compared to $60,870 during the First Quarter of 2017;
  • Gross profit during the three months ended March 31, 2018 increased to $448,270 from $1,971 during the First Quarter ended March 31st, 2017;
  • Gross margin as a percentage of revenue during the three months ended March 31, 2018 were 34% compared to 3% during the First Quarter of 2017, representing a 1,133 % increase.

VANCOUVER, May 28, 2018  – Good Life Networks Inc. (“GLN“, or the “Company“) (TSX-V: GOOD, FSE: 4G5), a Vancouver-based programmatic advertising technology company, is pleased to announce that it has filed its First Quarter reviewed financial statements for the three months ended March 31, 2018 or “First Quarter” of 2018.  The Company’s reviewed interim consolidated financial statements as at and for the three months ended March 31, 2018 and related management’s discussion and analysis can be found on the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com.  All figures are expressed in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated.

Jesse Dylan, President and CEO commented, “We are very pleased with the revenue growth for Q1, 2018. It is a fantastic base for us to work from to meet our revenue and earnings objectives for the full fiscal year.” 

Financial Highlights:

  • Revenue increased 2072% to $1,322,139 in the First Quarter of 2018 compared to $60,870 during the First Quarter of 2017;
  • Gross profit during the three months ended March 31, 2018 increased to $448,270 from $1,971 during the First Quarter ended March 31st, 2017;
  • Gross margin as a percentage of revenue during the three months ended March 31, 2018 were 34% compared to 3% during the First Quarter of 2017, representing a 1,133 % increase.
  • Adjusted EBITDA loss for the three months ended March 31, 2018 was approximately $367,000 compared to an adjusted EBITDA loss of approximately $631,000 recorded for the First Quarter 2017.
  • The Company incurred a one-time expense of $2,318,018 in listing fees, third-party services and bonuses in connection with the RTO of Exito Energy II Inc. (“Exito”).

BUSINESS UPDATE

During First Quarter of 2018, the Company achieved the following milestones:

  • Completed RTO transaction with Exito, and concurrently raised $9.2M of equity.
  • Granted patent pending status by the USPTO on several innovations related to our exchange platform, algorithms and blockchain application designed to accelerate AR payment cycles for vendors in the digital advertising ecosystem.
  • March 8th, we continued our aggressive integration strategy by entering a commercial agreement with U.S. based Answer Media, giving us access to a global supply chain consisting of over one hundred million unique users and over three hundred publishers (websites on desktop and mobile).
  • March 22nd, we expanded into the U.K. with Advenue Limited (“Advenue”). Our agreement and integration with this London based company expands GLN’s global reach by up to nine new regions and includes access to over 4,000 mobile publishers across Android and iOS platforms.”

Subsequent to First Quarter

  • April 3rd, CEO Jesse Dylan and his team rang the bell at TSX to open the stock market marking GLN’s public listing on TSX-V under the stock symbol GOOD.
  • April 12th, GLN announced its listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (third largest exchange globally in terms of volume of trading behind New York and NASDAQ) under the trading symbol 4G5.
  • April 19th, GLN entered into an Advisory Agreement with First Coin Capital (a Vancouver-based technology services company dedicated to advising established companies and providing access to the emerging digital currency asset class.) to assist in the detailed analysis and planning of the GLN accounts receivable (“AR”) Blockchain application.
  • April 26th, GLN announced record revenue during the twelve months ended December 31, 2017 increased 278% to $9,723,075.
  • May 3rd, GLN entered a commercial agreement to integrate with Clickky, a New York based global leader in monetization solutions for mobile applications. Clickky offers video advertising opportunities inside thousands of mobile applications – Reaching 1 billion daily advertising opportunities and 5 million monthly new application installations.
  • May 10th, GLN to announced the launch of a “CEO Verified” Discussion Forum on AGORACOM and secured an ongoing media campaign with extensive editorial coverage services from Market One Media Group Ltd.
  • May 17th, GLN announced it has entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire 100% shares of the Impression X, a leading connected television (“CTV”) advertising technology company. CTV is one of the fastest growing areas of advertising technology. In 2018, it is expected that over 60% of all premium video on demand will be delivered via a connected television reaching an expected 759.3 million connected television sets globally (Digital TV Research).

Jesse Dylan, President and CEO commented, “As we release our first quarter results for 2018 and look back over the previous year, I’m content in the knowledge that we are making strong and steady progress while moving forward. I’m reminded of the quote that rests at the bottom of each email I send: A river cuts through rock, not because of its power, but because of its persistence.” 

Summary of Financial Results and Information

Consolidated Statement of Operations
Three months ended March 31,
2018 2017
Revenue $ 1,322,139 $ 60,870
Cost of Sales $ 873,869 $ 58,899
Gross Profit $ 448,270 $ 1,971
Gross Margin 34% 3.2%
Expenses $ 1,361,860 $ 711,570
Operating Income (Loss) $ (913,590) $ (709,599)
Net Income (Loss) for the first quarter $ (2,948,479) $ (756,195)
Income (Loss) per share –
Basic $ (0.05) $ (0.03)
Diluted $ (0.05) $ (0.03)
March 31, 2018 December 31, 2017
Total Assets $ 12,707,154 $ 9,832,633
Total Liabilities $ 6,702,729 $ 12,094,377
Total Shareholders’ Equity (Deficiency) $ 6,004,425 $ (2,261,744)

 

Full details of the financial reports and operating results for the First Quarter ended March 31st, are described in the Company’s financial statements with accompanying notes and related Management’s Discussion and Analysis. These documents and additional information on Good Life Networks Inc. is available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

Conference Call

The company will also host a live conference call on May 28th, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. PST.
To access the conference call by phone, please dial:
Canada/USA: 1-800-319-4610
International Toll: 1-604-638-5340
Germany: 0800-180-1954
UK: 0808-101-2791
Callers should dial in five to 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

The GLN Story

GLN harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to improve marketing return on investments for advertisers using its patent pending video advertising technology. By 2020, MAGNA, the research arm of media buying firm IPG Mediabrands, expects digital ads to make up 50 percent of all ad spending, expected to reach $237 billion this year. GLN recently closed a $9.2 million subscription financing prior to closing its qualifying transaction and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the stock symbol “GOOD” and The Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the stock symbol 4G5.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

SOURCE Good Life Networks Inc.

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Good Life Networks $GOOD.ca announces integration with global leader in mobile application advertising

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 9:23 AM on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

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  • Announced that it has entered a commercial agreement to integrate with Clickky,
    • a New York based global leader in monetization solutions for mobile applications
  • Clickky offers video advertising opportunities inside thousands of mobile applications such as games, utility apps and others
    • Reaching 1 billion daily advertising opportunities and 5 million monthly new application installations

VANCOUVER, May 3, 2018 – Good Life Networks Inc. (“GLN”, or the “Company”) (TSX-V: GOOD, FSE: 4G5), a Vancouver-based programmatic advertising technology company is pleased to announce that it has entered a commercial agreement (the “agreement”) to integrate with Clickky, a New York based global leader in monetization solutions for mobile applications.

Clickky offers video advertising opportunities inside thousands of mobile applications such as games, utility apps and others – Reaching 1 billion daily advertising opportunities and 5 million monthly new application installations. As a leader in mobile application video advertising, Clickky is an ideal partner for GLN’s high speed exchange, allowing us to reach users inside their favorite mobile applications. This agreement builds on GLN’s technology leadership and unique global position for mobile application advertising.

“Mobile applications are where consumers shop, communicate and consume content as smart phones have become ubiquitous globally,” stated GLN CEO Jesse Dylan. “This relationship gives GLN access to thousands of mobile applications globally and increases our revenue opportunities in this key growth market – mobile phones.” 

The GLN Story
GLN harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to improve marketing return on investments for advertisers using its patent pending video advertising technology. By 2020, MAGNA, the research arm of media buying firm IPG Mediabrands, expects digital ads to make up 50 percent of all ad spending, expected to reach $237 billion this year. GLN recently closed a $9.2 million subscription financing prior to closing its qualifying transaction and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the stock symbol “GOOD” and The Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the stock symbol 4G5.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward Looking Statements:
Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect the expectations or beliefs regarding future events of management of GLN. This information and these statements, referred to herein as “forward‐looking statements”, are not historical facts, are made as of the date of this news release and include without limitation, statements regarding discussions of future plans, estimates and forecasts and statements as to management’s expectations and intentions with respect to the Clickky commercial agreement. These statements generally can be identified by use of forward-looking words such as “may”, “will”, “expect”, “estimate”, “anticipate”, “intends”, “believe” or “continue” or the negative thereof or similar variations. These forward‐looking statements involve numerous risks and uncertainties and actual results might differ materially from results suggested in any forward-looking statements. Important factors that may cause actual results to vary include without limitation, risks relating to the Clickky commercial agreement, approval of the TSX Venture Exchange and general economic conditions or conditions in the financial markets. In making the forward‐looking statements in this news release, the Company has applied several material assumptions, including without limitation that the Clickky commercial agreement will be successfully completed in the time expected by management and its commercial agreement with Clickky will produce the desired results, generate the anticipated revenue and expand GLN’s global reach per management’s expectations. GLN does not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from those reflected in the forward looking-statements, other than as required by applicable securities laws. Additional information identifying risks and uncertainties is contained in GLN’s filings with the Canadian securities regulators, which filings are available at www.sedar.com.

SOURCE Good Life Networks Inc.

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