KWIK’s Integration With Shopify Exposes A Valuation Disconnect Too Significant To Ignore ($KWIK)

KWIK's Integration With Shopify Exposes A Valuation Disconnect Too Significant To Ignore ($KWIK)

KwikClick Inc. (OTCQB: KWIK) announced yesterday morning that it's in the final stages of integrating its technology into the world's largest E-commerce platform- Shopify. With that being the case, and with KWIK noting that the Shopify (NASDAQ: SHOP) deal will likely be followed with ones from Woo Commerce and Magento, it's surprising that KWIK stock isn't off to the races.

That's no overzealous presumption. And it's easy to make by those who understand how KWIK can single-handedly change the E-commerce influencer, marketing, and affiliate landscape. That includes knowing and believing that what KWIK is doing can do more than change how global brands get marketed; its work can facilitate exponential growth for itself. That means brands and influencers won't be the only ones sharing the trillions of dollars up for grabs in the e-commerce space. KWIK will also get its share, which could be billions over the next few years.

Why so bullish? Because KWIK is doing something no other company has, and because of patent protections, probably never will. KWIK is enabling, from a single text or pin-drop, the opportunity for an influencer, or even someone that simply likes a product, to earn tens, hundreds, thousands, and yes, even millions of dollars. Not from months of work, either. From a single KWIK-generated link leveraged through what KWIK calls its Waves of Influence program.

Free To Join, Easy, And KWIK To Use

One would think it's a difficult platform to learn, integrate, and use. It's not! In fact, brands can sign up for free in less than ten minutes. Moreover, for the millions of brands and products that don't currently offer loyalty incentive programs, they, too, can sign up in minutes and instantly benefit from a live program. Again, free of charge. There are reasons why they should and will. 

Instantly, KWIK provides them a way to save them millions in marketing costs and benefit from real-time data pulled directly from an easy-to-use dashboard. That compares to their probable current loyalty programs that include brokers, hard-to-reach influencers, and relying on data that could be weeks old and barely relevant. Yes, brands can keep their options open. They can continue to spend millions per ad from leading influencers and still not know how much business was generated by each. Or, they can do things KWIKly and benefit from a wealth of new advantages.

Look, no one's arguing that top-tier influencers don't deserve those high fees. Markets generally pay what something is worth. But imagine, especially now that KWIK has made it possible, that brands can build an army of influencers, numbers reaching into the thousands, and only make a payment when a sale is made. That approach reads as a better plan, and it should. Especially with the cost of ZERO to implement and maintain, being easy to manage, and could potentially reduce marketing costs substantially. They get all that through a simple, free, and quick sign-up process, allowing them to market their products and programs effectively by responding to change in real time. 

Affiliates Are Adopting The Platform KWIKly

But it's not just brands that are racing to KWIK. A press release last week indicated user growth on the influencer side is also increasing. And that was before the Shopify news and before the expected Woo Commerce and Magento updates, expected to soon follow. What's in play for influencers and affiliates? A lot.

Foremost is an easy-to-use platform that can generate enormous commissions from a single text or pin-drop. Here's how it works. 

Through KWIK's Waves of Influence program, a KWIK-generated link from Shopify or another e-commerce platform, easily copied and pasted to a phone, computer, or smart device, is sent to a friend. This link, by the way, is generated by an actual purchase. In other words, KWIK links can't be bought and paid for, meaning that reviews are genuine and influences are made because of absolute satisfaction. 

Once that link is sent, say to five friends because they really loved those shoes, one or two make a purchase. Great, the initial influencer just made money. Now, it turns out that a couple of the friends getting the original link love those shoes too, and they buy a pair and send a link to several of their friends, who then also love the shoes, buy them, and send a link to several of their friends. You get the picture. It's a chain reaction of sales. 

But here's the best part. The person who initially sent the link receives a commission from each sale made. So, whether they intended to become a superstar influencer, if the shoes were nice enough, they may become one as that link crisscrosses around the world, reaching people and shoppers they don't even know. Think it's a stretch to make thousands or even millions of dollars over time? Consider this.

The Power Of Waves Of Influence

Let's assume a person found a great deal on Adidas sneakers, and they buy them. They like the price and sneakers so much that they send a link influence to a friend, who, based on the description above, creates a chain reaction of texts promoting the product's greatness. Here's why it works. 

Instead of Adidas having to make million-dollar marketing decisions from a weekly sales report generated by a team of high-paid marketers, after implementing KWIK, they can instead turn to its single-officed e-commerce manager, who logs into the KWIK dashboard and sees that those particular sneakers at that specific price are a home run promotion. So, they extend the deal. Now, not only did the original buyer score a great deal but so can everyone down the line. That means a great deal can go literally go viral in minutes, not days or months. More importantly, Adidas can react to genuine market insights instead of guessing and hoping which promotion works best.

Thus, while that original influence may have turned a side hustle into a potentially enormous revenue stream by sending a KWIK-generated link, Adidas, too, benefits from access to real-time data, for free, that they may have paid millions to get before KWIK entered the picture. Thus, for those liking a win-win proposition, KWIK presents it.

Brands can win by saving millions, accessing pertinent market data in real-time, mitigating losses, and enhancing profits by staying true to what the data tells them. For influencers and affiliates, they benefit from instant credibility, the chance to make money influencing sales of the products they love and enjoy a potential windfall of revenue-generating opportunity by taking less than five minutes from their day and sending a KWIK-generated link to that product's newest and best deal ever.

A Higher Valuation Is Justified

So, is it surprising that KWIK shares haven't absolutely gone parabolic after yesterdays news? Many following the KWIK story would say yes. But, to be fair, KWIK and its technology are still under the radar in some respects. However, once the news hits that KWIK is fully integrated into Shopify with guidance of when Woo Commerce and Magento will be added, expectations that this roughly $2.30 stock becoming a $10.00 stock isn't an overly ambitious target. 

In fact, on a market cap basis, it's easily justified. Even at levels 400% higher than current, KWIK shares may still be considered cheap. After all, with trillions of E-commerce dollars exchanging hands daily, having a best-in-industry platform will have its benefits. And since KWIK does, and with adoption accelerating with massive client updates in the queue, the path of least resistance for KWIK shares may be the road toward a place called "appreciably higher." If so, linking to KWIK sooner than later is probably a wise consideration.


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