- GlamFree.com (http://www.GlamFree.com): freelances en communication pour annonceurs et agences.
- GlamParis.com (http://www.glamparis.com): photographes, mannequins, stylistes, maquilleurs pour marques de mode, beauté, luxe.
- GlamShows.com (http://www.GlamShows.com): artistes du spectacle vivant pour agences, annonceurs et municipalités
- GlamAct.com (http://www.GlamAct.com): comédiens pour directeurs de casting et producteurs.
- GlamChic.com (http://www.GlamChic.com): hôtesses pour agences de communication événementielle et annonceurs.
- Google’s powerful Custom Search technology at the core of each vertical community allows visitors to search targeted content from the open Web as well as opportunities and profiles.
- Users can connect and invite friends using their existing FaceBook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo!, MySpace or AOL accounts.
- Users can import content and online activities from their respective social network accounts including YouTube, DailyMotion, Flickr, Del.icio.us, Twitter and other networks.
- Users can post statuses and automatically publish their profiles to Twitter from within the Glam platform and retweet others using Tweetmeme's integrated technology.
“Over the past seven years, Glam has worked and established strong relationships with France’s top brands and advertisers. We have also been running a successful pilot program over the past 10 months assessing important behavioral and technology trends that clearly validate the needs of an increasing population of independent workers to better market themselves. Internet users have flooded FaceBook to connect with friends, Meetic.com (Match.com in the US) to fulfill their private lives. We plan to make of the Glam verticals the destinations for independent professionals to better market and sell their skills and talents. Our vision is to build a better, different, disruptive, socially-integrated, real time platform in-synch with the market.”