If you are a video marketer this is for you. Especially if you’re struggling with getting your marketing videos noticed. Are your videos getting enough attention, views and likes? If not, it’s likely you’re not generating enough leads and sales to make your video marketing worthwhile. 

Now imagine if you could leverage videos that have millions of views and be able to embed your own powerful call to actions on them.

I know it sounds wild but this breakthrough traffic video software can do just that. And it goes live on July 18, 2017. Let’s have a closer look at how this works…

What Is CoEmbed?

Coembed is a powerful cloud based software that lets you embed your calls-to-actions on any website or video online. This includes pop up images, clickable links, social sharing buttons, opt in forms, annotations, videos, images and much more with just a few clicks.

On top of that, you can then schedule your embedded links and the content on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin. I’m sure you’re skeptical so please have a quick look at this demo video below to see how this works and what it looks like: 

With Coembed, you can start building a solid online business without a website, hosting account or landing page in just three steps:  

  • STEP 1: Grab any video or website content (or use your own)
  • STEP 2: Embed your calls-to-action, links, share buttons & opt in forms and design them yourself using a simple dashboard
  • STEP 3: Post or schedule your Coembed links and campaigns on social media platforms, your blogs, and more… 
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1 Comment

  1. DNN

    Out of curiosity, is this video software that you install to your blog or website whereas it’s like YouTube and you can upload videos to your own domain?