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           After our last Wall Street Profit maker gave us gains of 3-4% intra-day we're back again with a play that's sure to bring plenty more profit ahead. Hold on tight and get ready to watch our play of the week!
Company: Wikifamilies, Inc.
Symbol: WFAM
Price: $0.29 cents as of Fridays close


52 Wk Range: $3.24 - 0.11
Shares Outstanding: 46.9 Mil
Public Float: 513,000
Market Cap: $13.1 Mil
Ave. Volume (3 Mo.): 56,806

Wikifamilies, Inc. (OTCQB: WFAM) is a Swiss-American social media technology provider, developer and operator of secure communication and data storage services for families and businesses.
WFAM has developed the social media platform,, now in its beta stage, which represents a new breakthrough in secured online communities. is designed to provide both entertainment and functionality, a place where trusted groups can connect, share and securely archive and access data such as wills, stock certificates, deeds,bank statements and other important documents. has the potential to deliver multiple revenue streams through monthly subscriptions, license fees and additional fee-for-services.
Services offered include: video recording for capturing events and memories; time line management of data; real time video viewing; music filing and more.

WFAM intends to officially launch the website in early 2012.
When thinking of investing into WFAM here are some key highlights:
Market Growth: Reaching 82% of the world's
online population, social networking has
become the predominant activity on the Web.
(source: Marketing Land)

Intellectual Property: All code for Wikifamiles
has been developed in-house by former
Microsoft executives, and includes a number
of patented and patent-pending technologies.

Breakthrough Product: Wikifamilies
differentiates itself from LinkedIn, Facebook
and YouTube by enabling 100% user-defined
privacy and control, with the ability to share
and store large volumes of confidential data in
a secure Web hosted-environment.

Revenue Model: is an
advertiser revenue-based service, but also
allows users to opt-out of target ads through
taking an subscription-based service.

Additional services are offered that enhance the user experience and can build incremental revenue streams for WFAM...
Experienced Leadership: Wikifamilies was
founded by three world-renowned IT
innovators, including former Microsoft
developers and the creators of SOAP, the
foundation for today's Web services (cloudbased

Social Media's Value: LinkedIn's recent IPO
of $9 BLN and Facebook's projected
valuation between $75 BLN to $100 BLN
represent some of the biggest stock
valuations in history.

Groundfloor Opportunity: Wikifamilies is in
beta release stage and expects to begin
generating revenues in the second quarter of
2012, providing investors an early entry
opportunity to reap the rewards of the
booming social media industry. Initial large
revenues will come from partner licensing
fees already under negotiation.

Now with all that in mind looking at it's current chart shows that WFAM is currently a ground floor opportunity. This is basically a relatively brand new trading play that can bring a massive profitable opportunity! With no current resistance there is nothing in the way of this runaway train to pure gains!
Don't just sit there! Get ready to watch WFAM rise to the top and bring huge gains to your screens shortly!


Talk to you soon, wishing you much favor in the markets!
- Robert Gates "Our name speaks for itself..."
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Good research. Kudos to wallstreetprofits.
I checked the website here and it said the site will be live march 5th. IMO You know PR will be out about the website. Maybe turn a quick profit if you get in now. Almost a week before the site goes live. Great chance to get in before the site goes live.

GLTY and do your due diligence....
Check out the news from after the close yesterday. 17 million is a lot of people.

Wikifamilies, Inc. Partners With the Revelation Network to Offer to Over 17 Million Members

NYON, SWITZERLAND, Mar 07, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Wikifamilies (OTCQB: WFAM) (PINKSHEETS: WFAM), a developer of patented social media technologies and the online community, announced today that it has entered into a letter of intent (LOI) with The Revelation Network (TRN), a multi-media, digital broadcast company based in Los Angeles, CA. Under the terms of the LOI, TRN is committed to offering to their associates, including, but not limited to, the United States Pastors Association (USPA), under the direction of Rev. Dr. Erick Hall, which has over 17 million member congregants.
Under the terms of the LOI, Wikifamilies will be offered to all USPA members. TRN helps Pastors and their congregations utilize technology for ministry and evangelism as they transition from brick and mortar communication models to efficient and cost effective digital models. TRN, through its television network, premium channels and pay-per-view programming, reaches audiences worldwide across multiple media platforms including: the Internet, mobile phones, personal hand held devices, and new media digital transmissions.

Alicia Hamilton, Founder and Principal of TRN, said, "Since many of our programs are religious-based, I immediately connected to the idea of having Pastors set up their own 'family' of congregations on Wikifamilies' secure site. From there, members can create subgroups such as the choir, church management group, elders, etc. Pastors can broadcast their sermons, Bible Studies, archive inspirational videos or send private messages to those in need. With Wikifamilies, we have added peace of mind knowing that online information will not be sold or shared publicly without the users' explicit approval."

"Since all of TRN's media is inspirational, educational and motivational with positive themes for the entire family, it was directly in line with our goal to attract communities with shared values. This licensing agreement enables Wikifamilies to reach a broad range of individuals, producers, ministries, churches and organizations from all around the world. We stand to benefit from shared revenue streams and per user fees, plus fees related to online storage of confidential data. It's a win-win for both parties," said Malcolm Hutchinson, CEO of Wikifamilies, Inc.

About Wikifamilies, Inc.

Wikifamilies, Inc., through its proprietary social media and mobile platform, is a Web-hosted networking site where friends, families, sports teams, churches and other membership organizations can manage, store and share information, videos, documents, and more, all within close-knit communities. Unlike other social media networks that sell your personal information to advertisers, Wikifamilies, Inc. offers secure and complete privacy of data, which is never mined for advertisers. To sign-up today, visit It is free to join and a number of high-value services are available for a nominal fee.

This press release may contain forward-looking statements, including statements about the business plan and prospective financial condition of Wikifamilies. The forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, including that the parties may not complete the transaction or that when completed, the transaction might be different than presently contemplated. Readers should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements. Wikifamilies does not undertake any obligation to publicly revise these forward-looking statements to reflect subsequent events or circumstances. In addition, any forward-looking statements regarding expected industry patterns and other financial and business results that involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors may cause our actual results, levels of activity, performance or achievements to differ materially from results expressed or implied by this press release. Such risk factors include, among others: whether Wikifamilies can successfully execute its operating plan; its ability to integrate acquired companies and technology; its ability to retain key employees; its ability to successfully combine product offerings and customer acceptance of combined products; general market conditions; and whether Wikifamilies can successfully develop new products and the degree to which these gain market acceptance. Actual results may differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements in this press release.

Wikifamilies, Inc.
Malcolm Hutchinson
(909) 708-3708

Huge volume today, up over 50%, PR out.

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