HONG KONG -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/13 -- UMeWorld Limited (PINKSHEETS: UMEWF) announces the launch of a newly redesigned UMeLook.com which focuses on navigation and visuals that are intended to make the website more appealing and addictive to the web "surfer."
China has a population of 550 million "webizens," many of whom are glued to tablets or smartphones as they make their daily commute; mobile Web users last year totaled 420 million, an increase of nearly 18% from the previous year. However, the competition for "eyeballs" is fierce. Unlike many local online video companies who focus on local TV series and movies, UMeLook is uniquely positioned to provide foreign UGC video content of 3 to 8 minutes duration. UMeLook is targeting Chinese viewers between the ages of 18 and 45 years old who are interested in foreign information, products and brands.
"The new updates to UMeLook.com are just the beginning," Michael Lee, President & CEO of UMeWorld Limited. "We will continue to optimize the user experience as we receive their feedback; more importantly, the stage is set for our next major milestone, transforming UMeLook.com into a global e-commerce platform and assisting small and medium brands worldwide, to expand into the Chinese market."
UMeWorld's mission is to facilitate the interaction between people -- "You" and "Me," through its digital platform. Currently, UMeWorld operates UMeLook (www.umelook.com), an online video platform focused on bringing foreign video content to China. UMeLook is deployed through a sophisticated CDN (Content Delivery Network) with broad coverage throughout mainland China, Hong Kong & Taiwan. UMeLook plans to be a source of foreign video content for the Chinese viewer across any Internet-enabled device in China. UMeWorld intends to focus its future operations on digital media and the digital education market.
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