Dear Shareholders,


During our testing phase, we are ramping everything up and created a click campaign for our splash page www.vuuzletv.com on Google AdWords. Over the last two days, we had more than 29,000 impressions per day with a click rate of more than 1,500 in two days. This may not seem like much until you see our conversion rate which is 98% to 99% percent as crawled by Alexa. Most of the analytics are graphs and actually very detailed. The detailed graphs explain who is interested in our products and who wants to buy them.

The 4 main types of graphs are bar graph or bar chart, line graph,pie chart, and diagram. Line graphs represent how data has changed over time. This type of chart is especially useful when you want to demonstrate trends or numbers that are connected.

When smaller changes exist, line graphs are better to use than bar graphs. Line graphs can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one group. Pie charts are best to use when you are trying to compare parts of a whole. They do not show changes over time.

Google Charts is a pure JavaScript based charting library meant to enhance web applications by adding interactive charting capability. Google Charts provides a wide variety of charts. For example, line charts, spline charts, area charts, bar charts, pie charts and so on.

We want you to understand that this is part of our final testing stage as we will begin using our customized DSP server platform this week which is all ready for a full launch.

Please look at the different graphs and charts and understand that the growth rate of the company was done organically and only now people will begin to see the actual potential of what we built.

See some of the graphs on Alexa and Google as we used their service to push traffic to our splash page at www.vuuzletv.com.

Remember, we can push 15 billion opportunities per month and with even a minimum return can earn monstrous returns. Please enjoy our success and see how we evolve Clout 9 semiotic visual web with cutting-edge quantum computing and 21st-century artificial intelligence.

Long gone are the days when a user saw a multitude of irrelevant ads due to the poor targeting options (GEO, age, gender, and basic interests were the only options available). Media buying evolved into audience buying: every business aims at getting the most relevant audience at the lowest price possible.

However, with this evolution, buying via third-party companies became risky: non-transparent deals resulted in the increase of fraudulent traffic. That's when DSPs came to the scene.

DSP is a technology platform that gives Real-Time Bidding (RTB) access to multiple sources of inventory and allows the option to buy relevant audience programmatically. Instead of putting ads anywhere, DSPs decide which impressions are most valuable for your campaign. You need a DSP when you operate with decent traffic volumes and want total control over bidding and campaign management, all while tracking the best possible advertising opportunities within one platform.

How does DSP work?
Through a Supply-Side Platform (SSP), a publisher transfers the impression to ad exchanges. The latter passes it to a DSP, which then evaluates the impression according to the targeting settings, cookie matching, and pricing. If the impression is valuable (the visitor falls under target audience settings), Vuuzle Media Corp DSP would then bid on this impression. (special note: keep in mind with our Customized DSP platform, there is no assumption as we can factually implement the Lagrangian dual algorithmic Scheme thereby winning the bids and exploiting a simple method using the highly scalable subgradient quotient.)

DSP is a technology platform that gives Real-Time Bidding (RTB) access to multiple sources of inventory and allows the option to buy relevant audience programmatically. Instead of putting ads anywhere, DSPs decide which impressions are most valuable for your campaign. You need a DSP when you operate with decent traffic volumes and want total control over bidding and campaign management, all while tracking the best possible advertising opportunities within one platform.

"Bid on the impression" means submitting the highest price that the advertiser is ready to pay for showcasing an ad in front of that user. With Vuuzle Media Corp technology, there's no need to negotiate prices with the publishers, as all of this is done automatically. Among hundreds of DSP bids, the impression with the highest bid will be chosen by SSP for ad display. All this process is done in a mere millisecond.

We use Alexa to check our global ranking. The Alexa system utilizes web traffic data to compile a list of the most popular websites, the Alexa Rank. The lower your Alexa rank, the more popular (for example, a site with the rank of 1 has the most visitors on the internet).

Initially, Alexa was a toolbar that needed to be installed in a web browser. Once the toolbar was installed Alexa had access to browsing history, and that data would be used to compile a list of the highest trafficked sites on the web.

In 2008, Alexa announced new practices in which they would not only use data from their toolbar but thousands of other widgets, plug-ins, and services.

In keeping up with the times, Alexa now offers a full suite of digital marketing tools for a paid subscription, including; SEO Audits, analytics, PPC & keyword tools, and more. This software is very similar to (and no doubt in attempts to compete with) Google Analytics that we currently are using via Google AdWords.

Look at the graphs and see the power of the world wide web using simply impression-based methods. Fact is people like Vuuzle and over a two-day testing period, you can see the results via charts and graphs and our ratings on Alexa.

Stay tuned! We expect by next week, we will be ready to show you the stats on the Vuuzle’s customized DSP platform as we finalize our testing this week ready for a full launch of services.

Regards,
Vuuzle Media Corp

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