NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kiwibox.com ("Kiwibox"), [KIWB.OTCBB] is pleased to announce the activity and user development made during the third quarter ended September 30, 2015.
THIRD QUARTER OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS OF KIWIBOX GROUP
- Active Members – 4.69 Million as of September 30th, an increase of approximately 8% over the 2nd quarter 2015
- Unique Visitors – 5.4 Million in 3rd quarter 2015, an increase of approximately 8% over the 2nd quarter 2015.
- Page Impressions – 430.7 Million in 3rd quarter 2015, a slight decrease of approximately 7.5% from the 2nd quarter 2015.
- Guestbook Entries – 151.4 Million as of September 30th, 2015, an increase of approximately 2% over the 2nd quarter 2015.
- Blog Entries – 109.5 Million as of September 30th, an increase of approximately 3% from the 2nd quarter 2015.
- Mobile Users – approximately, 510,000 at September 30th, an increase of approximately 10% from the 2nd quarter 2015.
"Our social media's market penetration continues to rely upon our innovations where we strive to enhance our members' experiences with our community. Showcasing events and member rendezvous at select venues represents a mere token of Kiwibox's community appeal. Our members enjoy our interactive platforms where we blog, play games, chat and share pictures whether during a cross-town cab ride, at a downtown event party or on a date. As a social media company, Kiwibox strives to deploy the tools necessary for our members to readily connect, communicate and party whether in the U.S.A. or worldwide!" said Andre Scholz, Kiwibox's President and CEO.
"To stay ahead in our marketplace, the Kiwibox stationary device platform is now reinforced by multiple data centers, providing redundant security for our network. We anticipate rolling out our new super-charged Kiwibox Platform, turbo-charging the speed of our user experience and containing a new state-of-the-art, redesigned user interface. These new developments, including the release of Kiwibox's new Android and IOS Apps for mobile devices are targeted for launch before Christmas," said Mr. Scholz.
About Kiwibox.com: Company History
Kiwibox.com was initially founded in 1999 to give teenagers a voice on the Internet and was a leader in the teen oriented world for several years. In August 2007, the company was bought by Magnitude Information Systems, Inc., a publicly listed company. In the first quarter of 2011, Kiwibox.com acquired Pixunity.de a photo blogging community. Kiwibox common shares are listed on the over-the-counter, Bulletin Board market under the symbol KIWB.OB.
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