The tech start-up, co-founded by Shawn Tapp and Andy Rodosevich in 2013, merges digital media, social sharing, ecommerce and software integration; so consumers, business professionals and organizations can connect with one another for faster and easier networking.

DENVER, Colorado (June 20, 2016) – Social Life Network, Inc., a technology company with a wide-ranging network of websites, apps and software that run on its own social network platforms, today announces it is publicly available on the OTC markets under the trading symbol WDLF.

The company’s focus is on developing online technology that combines social networking, ecommerce, digital media and software integrations; all designed specifically to accelerate and support the growth of multiple industries worldwide.

Since its launch in January of 2013, co-founders Shawn Tapp and Andy Rodosevich have been dedicated to providing an array of business verticals for companies that struggle with growth due to obstacles in online technology. The Social Life Network’s social network platforms are specifically designed to accelerate growth and shorten the business learning curve for new companies entering the marketplace.

The Social Life Network provides an online social platform of connected websites and applications that target the varying consumer and business demographics in these specific industries, in an effort to bring them together for easier and faster collaboration, efficiency and commerce.

“To date, Social Life Network supports multiple industry sectors with our own custom-built social network platforms that are developed with open API (application programming interface) technology for the integration of our own online applications,” says Tapp, a 21-year veteran of the technology industry, “as well as with other third party software and web applications built specifically for these individual industries.”

“There are hundreds of online apps and software tools for business professionals to use that are one-size-fits-all,” he adds, “but many industries can’t change their business operations to make these applications work successfully for them. So we target industries that struggle with growth because they have enterprise software needs, social communication barriers or marketing and advertising difficulties. These are issues that most traditional industries, using off-the-shelf technology, don’t struggle with.”

An important element in the Social Life Network’s rapidly-growing portfolio of wholly-owned organizations is The WeedLife Network-- a consumer social network and vast digital marketplace of more than 40 websites, apps and software tools that support the legal cannabis and hemp industry, and that have helped this emerging industry grow faster.

“The WeedLife Networkis just one of our successful social network platforms and is certainly the fastest growing, for obvious reasons,” says co-founder Andy Rodosevich.

“Legal cannabis is a new and emerging world-wide industry,” he notes, “with business professionals and consumers alike needing to learn, share, integrate and better connect with one another.”

The WeedLife Network has grown to service more than 14 million page views and tens of millions of posts, data reports, searches, reviews and API connections each month: to websites, apps and software that are in the cannabis industry.

"At the same time that the WeedLife Network was launched in 2013, Social Life Network began launching multiple social network and software platforms in other industries,” says Tapp.

And the company’s goal, according to Tapp, will be to focus additional resources on helping the growth of industries that struggle with software, social communication and advertising issues similar to those currently facing the legal cannabis and hemp industry.

“We have a solid foothold in multiple industries now, and we will continue to expand world-wide,” says Rodosevich. “With our WeedLife Network now accessed by consumers and professionals in more than 120 countries, we are confident that our international growth in all the business sectors that Social Life Network currently supports will be equally as successful.”

“This transaction will serve as a foundation to transform the landscape of social media technology and marketplace transactions that take place in the legal cannabis and international hemp industry,” says Fred Green, Director of Business Development at Somerset Capital.

"It will facilitate strong B2B, B2C and C2C interaction on the WeedLife Network social platform, worldwide,” he continues. “The resulting company, Social Life Network, Inc., will create the broadest portfolio and the most experienced leadership team in the industries that Social Life Network targets.”

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About Social Life Network, Inc.

Social Life Network, Inc. is a profit-generating technology company with a network of websites and apps, built on social network platforms that allows business professionals to search, find, share, and connect, with other business professionals, consumers, and their own customers, through a combination use of our free memberships and recurring monthly paid premium subscriptions.


This news release may include forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and section 21E of the United States Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, with respect to achieving corporate objectives, developing additional project interests, the company's analysis of opportunities in the acquisition and development of various project interests and certain other matters. These statements are made under the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and involve risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements contained herein.

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