Reseller X Wise Innovations 2019 WordPress Software Plugin Collection Launched

Internet launchpad Muncheye and Wise Innovations announced the upcoming launch of WordPress software plugin collection Reseller X. The product will launch on the 25th of April, 2019 at a front-end of $27 and offer full reseller rights for premium WP plugins.

Wanchai, Hong Kong - April 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Muncheye & Wise Innovations announced the 2019 launch of Reseller X, a WordPress software plugin collection with full reseller rights. The collection is scheduled to launch on the 25th of April, 2019 at a front-end price of $27.

More information about Reseller X is available at http://letsgolook.at/ResellerX

The multi-niche WordPress plugin bundle is designed for marketers and businesses across product and service sectors. The plugins remove the need for expensive web development and agency design services by including cutting-edge plugins that can set up a fully functional, customer-ready, payment-enabled marketing funnel in minutes.

Reseller X enables users to apply visually appealing themes and marketing content that is drawn from Wise Innovations’ extensive library of converting products, sales copy, graphics, and other assets. The product is bundled with sales copy and traffic to allow users to resell plugins to businesses in any niche.

The resell rights WordPress plugins may be installed on a user’s site, resold, installed on membership sites, or as add-ons to other products or services. The product includes 5 premium plugins, 5 sales pages, 5 sales copy documents, full reseller rights, and access to the company’s unlimited product support.

Reseller X is designed for freelancers, startups, and marketers looking to sell WordPress plugins. The individual plugins cover surveys, opt-in pages, special offer tooltips, custom keyword directories, global countdowns, and a full-feature drag-and-drop visual designer. All plugins feature single-click deployment.

According to a spokesperson for Wise Innovations, “We are excited for the upcoming launch of Reseller X a full-featured product that gives anyone the opportunity to become the owner of a WordPress plugin business without hiring expensive coders to create or update plugins. We offer top quality premium plugins that are updated & ready for delivery to your buyers.”

More information is available at https://muncheye.com/wise-innovations-reseller-x-wordpress-premium-plugins-launch and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: James Peterson
Organization: Mindquo Limited
Address: 2301 Bayfield Building, 99 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Website: https://muncheye.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 506795

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