The PressCable team, led by Chris Munch is releasing a new piece of video creation software on Thursday, called VidBullet. They designed it to be the best-ever tool to use to create and then publish a large quantity of engaging video content, while only spending a minimum of effort and cost. This is going to be helpful to a lot of people so we wanted to give you advance notice, so you can plan to get in early and get a chance to win a commercial license.

VidBullet is 100% automated with no manual editing needed, you can create and automatically publish a massive number of these videos in a small fraction of the time and cost it takes with other tools.

Use your videos however you like in your online business. For example, use them to promote offers (your own products or affiliate products) and drive traffic.

All you have to do to create a video is:
1. fill in a form
2. Select any images you would like to use
3. You’re done (it takes about 3 minutes.)

This new tool isn’t intended for full sales demonstrations. Instead, it’s for getting a lot of engaging content in the public view quickly, ready to drive traffic, leads and sales (for yourself, or clients).

Here are some specific ways you can use it:
• Announcing a new product
• Promoting an affiliate offer
• Advertising your local business clients’ special offers
• Showcasing physical products you sell in e-commerce
• Creating simple videos to get traffic from YouTube

VidBullet is intended for any niche. If you market in (or support clients who market in) multiple niches, this could save you a lot of money and time.

>>>>See How VidBullet works & get on the Earlybird List and the list for a drawing for a free commercial license: VidBullet. This way, you will be assured of the best opportunity for low pricing.

By the way, VidBullet isn’t designed to replace every other video builder you might be using. Its purpose is to create highly engaging, traffic-ready videos ( called “Video Bulletins”) in minutes, saving you lots of time, countless headaches and a great deal of money. So, if you use Camtasia or other heavy-weight video tools, you will still want to use them for major projects requiring a lot of editing.