Co Embed allows users to get top videos authority sites and enhance their eCom business

Imagine if you could leverage videos that possess an enormous amount of views and be able to enclose powerful call to actions on them. Fortunately, a groundbreaking video traffic software has just been released and it is designed many success stories from newbies.

July 20, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Co Embed is an ultimate cloud based software that enables users to embed their call to actions to any website or online video. This tool contains pop up images, videos, annotations, opt in forms, social sharing buttons, clickable links with just a few clicks.

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All users need to do to master this tool is find any website or video that is currently trending, then using Co Embed, users can add, attention grabbing and great compelling call to actions to convert free traffic lead for free.

Facebook Retargeting allows users to add every visitor that visits their coembed campaign links to Facebook custom audiences to get hyper targeted audiences on their FB ads manager account. Users also can then retarget these audiences by pushing related ads.

A/B split testing lets users test with various variations of CTA to optimize for conversion rates on their combined campaigns.

With Custom CSS, users can add a custom CSS code to their link CTA campaigns when they are embedding on other people web content. This is considered a special option for advanced users who need to display their own stylish CTA.

Custom Video Landing Page allows users to host their coembed videos on a custom landing page with the ability to edit headline and text, the logo, and background. Users can then advertise their embedded videos on a custom landing page.

Case Studies will reveal effective campaigns the company ran using coembed as case studies to pro users. Especially, users can do this on any video, their own video and tap into any authority website online.

Users can then schedule their embedded links and the content on some social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. It ultimately shows in how this all works. With Co Embed software, users can start to take the use of other people's viral videos, other people's high-quality content, as well as top media brands to get traffic, build a list and profit with just a few clicks.

Weekly case studies show their customers how to do exactly what they have already done using Co Embed.

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In 2017, sharing quality viral videos or content is one of the best methods to get free traffic from social media platforms, and they partly prove Co Embed will make it as simple as a simple click.

The best part with Co Embed is users have nothing to download or install, users just log in, embed their call to actions on any website or video, schedule to share this on social media and let it does the rest for users.

Users will find an easier way to enhance their online business from social media traffic, and if users get Co Embed soon, they can take advantage of a 62% discount.

For more information, please visit: Co Embed Demo and Review

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