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GDS Announces Major SiteTalk Developments

LONDON, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Global  Digital  Services  PLC  (ECM:STC),  owner  of  SiteTalk.com,  one  of  the  world's  fastest  growing  Social  Networking  Platforms  with  more  than  15,000,000  Members,  is  pleased  to  announce  upcoming  SiteTalk  developments,  including  the  Launch  of  SiteTalk  4.0  and  the  new  SiteTalk  App,  as  well  as  the  forthcoming  expansion  into  the  US  market. 

SiteTalk has now begun active development of important improvements to its existing online and mobile infrastructure, including an upgrade from SiteTalk 3.8 to SiteTalk 4.0. The list of SiteTalk 4.0 upgrades was previously announced in a press release dated February 26, 2014 and is expected to be formally launched on or about May 10, 2014.

The initial roll-out will include many improvements to both the aesthetics and functionality of SiteTalk, with other upgrades to follow in the coming months.

One of the key enhancements to both the website and the mobile app will be improved communication with potential new SiteTalk Members through existing Members.

Frank Ricketts, Managing Director of SiteTalk Community Inc., stated, "These upgrades are very exciting for all of us at SiteTalk because it shows that we are able to leverage our existing technology to continue to fuel organic Member growth. With these new developments, SiteTalkers will be able to quickly and easily invite their existing email and social media contacts to join them on SiteTalk. Members will also be able to share short teaser videos explaining what SiteTalk is about."

These developments coincide with the launch of new SiteTalk business functionality in the United States that will allow all US SiteTalk Members to become fully participating Members of The Opportunity Network (OPN), a well-known global direct sales company.

Presently, SiteTalkers are given a free OPN membership when they sign up to SiteTalk with absolutely no obligations of any kind. The association with OPN allows SiteTalkers, if they so wish, to take part in additional business opportunities with financial rewards for the activities of Members they actively sign up to SiteTalk.

With more than 430,000 actual US SiteTalk Members gaining access to the OPN business model and all its rewards, we expect significant new US SiteTalk Membership and additional organic growth to SiteTalk revenues.

About  Global  Digital  Services  PLC

Global Digital Services PLC trades on the Cyprus Stock Exchange's Emerging Companies Market under the symbol STC. SiteTalk Community Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of GDS pursuant to a transaction that closed on July 30, 2013. Presently, Global Digital Services PLC's sole asset is SiteTalk Community Inc., a multi-functional and multi-lingual social networking platform that enables members to connect, communicate and create business opportunities.

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