Today has been a real day for contracts and more contracts. We are about to start advertising JellyChip which means we’ve hired a few more people to help us out!
Coincidentally one of our most awesome JellyCitizens asked us exactly when we would start marketing today! What a coincidence. Well we're not quite finished with our strategy and we'd rather share the entire plan when it's actually finished. As we put the final pieces of the puzzle together we'll get started real soon on advertising JellyChip to the world.
Every social network was born from the nucleus of a community that used the product and abused it. Whether it was Facebook in Harvard U or Snapchat in the high school community, we need to physically start somewhere. We need charities in that area and survey companies in the same area. We also need users in a collective area that answer local surveys and buy local charity gifts - they see the impact we can make, and they keep on coming back for more. They share with their friends, we grow, we get survey partners, we become sustainable, and we continues expanding!
So we can't wait to actually start marketing JellyChip. We can't wait. Local charity partners, local communities, local surveys and local impact. And we have 0 barriers or restrictions on allowing users from across the world to fuel the life-changing action. I could be a JellyCitizen in Melbourne and saving the life of a child in Kenya, I could be an American JellyCitizen and saving the life of a turtle in the Great Barrier Reef! We have to start somewhere and now is the perfect time to BEGIN. We will build the car and you'll be the ones driving this baby all the way home. We're extremely thankful for this opportunity and hope we don't mess it up!
On a serious note, we can't wait to show you tangible, life-changing results for the first time. So we're ready. The technical challenges will involve preparing for many, many more users but we'll work on the basis of many sleepless nights to come. We hope to change the nations forever.
And we'll see where this historic move takes us. It's our first step "into the real world" and it'll be our first of many to come.