Kirkland-based mobile startup Pirq, which is headed by James Sun, is expanding its horizons to the national market today with a new product. Pirq announced its has launched a new SmartYield product which helps businesses anywhere help adjust mobile deals in real-time, to maximize off-peak and peak visitors, as well as encourage more frequent visitors via a digital punch card. The move is the first for the firm into the national market, after forays into both Seattle and the Bay Area. Pirq said the new tools help any merchant, no matter where they are located in the U.S. The new digital punch card lets customers to businesses earn rewards for their visits, and help encourage repeat visits by customers.