Tube POSTR Lee Cole 2019 Video Views Marketing For WordPress Tool Launched

A new YouTube video marketing tool has been launched by Lee Cole, called Tube POSTR. It works with any channel and passively builds views and subscribers for online businesses.

Wanchai,, Hong Kong - January 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Lee Cole has launched a new video marketing tool for online businesses called Tube POSTR, which allows visitors to subscribe to YouTube content without leaving the company website. This streamlines the lead generation and audience engagement process, and helps to increase brand awareness on autopilot.

For more information please visit the website here: http://letsgolook.at/TubePOSTR

Lee Cole is known for his high quality software and programs that are designed to help businesses and entrepreneurs succeed online. Now he’s bringing Tube POSTR to the market, giving site owners a powerful marketing tool to add to their arsenal.

Tube POSTR allows anyone to build their YouTube subscribers and video views automatically. It is designed to be a “set and forget” system and WordPress plugin that is easy to install and can be applied to any WordPress site.

This gives site owners a great new way to bring in YouTube viewers and keep them on their business website instead of clicking away. It also increases YouTube subscribers and views without the site owner having to do anything at all.

The process is simple: viewers watch videos on the business website and subscribe to their channel without having to leave the website. This means they are more likely to stick around and purchase products or services, rather than click away and never return.

Tube POSTR is designed to be easy to use, which means that even non techie users and those without video marketing experience can benefit from the new tool. In addition to this, it is a set and forget software that works in the background on autopilot.

The site states: “Tube Subscribr is a set-and-forget WordPress plugin that you put on the sidebar of any blog. It only takes two minutes to install and activate. Tube Subscribr gets you more video views and also increases your channel subscribers without you ever having to do a thing. It’s completely passive!”

The software connects to any YouTube channel and passively builds channel views and subscribers, allowing viewers to watch content right there in the sidebar.

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above, or go to: https://muncheye.com/lee-cole-tube-postr

Contact Info:
Name: James Peterson
Organization: Muncheye
Address: 8 Hennessy Road, Wanchai,, Hong Kong Island 999077, Hong Kong
Website: http://www.muncheye.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 469416

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