GUNS N' ROSES Spinlets Widgets, urFooz Cards Report Over Ten Million Views

FUHU Inc., leading the market in connecting people and content across their favorite destinations, has reported over ten million views in the first week of their GUNS N' ROSES Spinlets widgets and urFooz cards of Axl Rose and Bumblefoot on MySpace, positioning the company as the dominant music widgets provider, facilitating extension of music brands and personal information across the social networking space.

Spinlets are new information-rich music widgets that let users place favorite artists' videos, links, pictures, MP3s, ring-tones, news and more on their own favorite sites ( while urFooz are the newest in interactive portable profiles that, like a virtual baseball card, depict the user's own avatar on one side and the user's profile, favorite pictures, music, links and videos on the reverse ( urFooz gives users the ability to share information across their favorite social networks with a single virtual identity card.

FUHU launched its "Chinese Democracy" Spinlets widgets featuring its Best Buy partnership and including the band's MP3s, photos, videos and more. The GN'R Spinlets widgets have averaged over 1.4 million views per day and have been placed by users over 2,500 times on new websites. FUHU's urFooz card of Axl Rose has racked up over 1,750,000 views in its first week on the band's MySpace page.

"Widgets are transforming how music content is consumed, shared and distributed," said FUHU CEO, Jim Mitchell. "We are excited to showcase our technology with this historic album release and we are proud to help use social networking to give fans access to more GUNS N' ROSES content whenever they want it, wherever they want it. Our widgets come backed by powerful analytics which have allowed us to track their adoption to every corner of the world.”

FUHU is the leader in music widgets with a music catalog of more than 300 leading artists who have partnered with Spinlets and urFooz to exploit the value of extending their audiences to the social network widget landscape.


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