NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- "Glabber is about changing your network, and changing your world," says co-founder Charles Gindi.
People face many problems today concerning money, their job, internet privacy, and personal well-being. A large reason why these problems exist is because people have little or no power over what happens in their world, and many big websites, companies, banks and politicians have all the power, it's all about what's good for them - not always what's good for you. That's why it's no surprise to the co-founders William Reid and Charles Gindi that what people want now is to have their voice heard and be able to take control of their world. Charles went on to say, "Glabber is all about the people having control, taking the power away from some of the biggest websites and companies and giving it to the people - where it belongs."
With innovative technologies that will be released in the coming months Glabber aims to empower you to make your voice heard in a way that has not been done before, creating a different social network, to help create a different world. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, "We are progressively transforming social networking to have a conscience that promotes positive changes and awareness to help change your world," says William.
Without having any prior experience in computer programming the co-founders taught themselves to become computer programmers and built Glabber from scratch. "We weren't anyone special, we were both raised like most people, without wealth, a Mercedes-Benz; living in Beverly Hills, going to Harvard, or having Kardashian family connections, and we didn't get much help from family or friends when we first started Glabber," says Charles.
Despite everything the co-founders persisted because "Social Networking needs to transform, and Glabber is giving people the power to transform it by helping them to change their world," says William.