OnGuardHelp is a personal security app, which will be soon available to download on android and iOS platform. Expecting a large user base after launch, the company invites Subscribers to join as Affiliates & earn royalties by referring app to others
Today, incidents like rape, murder, assaults and even kidnapping are on the rise. With little or no personal security, everyone is vulnerable to these threats, to their personal safety. Carrying weapons in most places are not possible or even legal. However, one thing that you never forget to carry is your smartphone. Keeping this in mind, a team of developers is introducing OnGuardHelp, a smartphone application for personal safety that brings First Responders to quickly aid you with just a tap to the APP.
Lined up to be launched soon, the company is inviting Subscribers to join as Affiliates in order to promote the OnGuardHelp app by referrals that would allow an affiliate to earn generous royalties. The main objective of this Affiliate Program is to reach out to many people who need it the most. To join as an Affiliate, one will simply subscribe to OnGuardHelp.
Unlike most sales strategies, Affiliates will simply Show & Tell about the features of the app to potential Subscribers through venues like social media and word of mouth, and then watch it sell itself. Once the user downloads the app, he will be invited to subscribe for the GOLD Plan in order to activate all the desired features of the app. When the user upgrades to the GOLD PLAN subscription by entering the affiliate ID#, the Affiliate earns a monthly recurring royalty on their Subscribers. The amount earned will be directly deposited into their bank account on a monthly basis for as long as subscriber remains active.
OnGuardHelp is a mobile application that helps its users to stay safe and secure when seconds count. Integrated with features that work with a one-tap approach, the app sends instant alerts to initiate a call or send a text message to family or friends in an emergency. In a major crisis the user can contact 911 dispatch center or the Crisis Monitoring Team to get immediate help.
For more information, visit Onguardhelp.com