This is just a quick note to update you guys if you were wondering what had happened to the Viddyoze software that we and many other sites were talking about just a few days ago. For those of you that are unfamiliar with Viddyoze, this is an amazing online software application that is capable of creating really high end, studio quality video introductions, outros and animation overlays. A lot of internet marketers, video marketers and bloggers were very eager to get their hands on this software but for many it was too late as Viddioze closed its doors to new members after just a few days. Yes it’s true, Viddyoze has really closed and up until now we don’t have any news as to when it will re-open. This page will be updated should we get any further new so please check back here for updates.
Why has Viddyoze closed?
It was clear right from the beginning that Viddyoze 2.0 was going to be an extremely popular software amongst many internet entrepreneurs. It would seem that rather than overloading the membership with as many people as possible, Viddyoze knew their limits and stuck to them. As soon as the doors opened to this software there were hundreds of people all waiting to get access and so it didn’t take long before the guys at Viddyoze announced that they would close the doors on this software within the next day.
Viddyoze closed – Will they re-open the membership?
The good news is that if you really want to get your hands on the Viddyoze 2.0 software you hopefully haven’t entirely missed your chance. At this stage it isn’t clear how the guys at Viddyoze are going to deal with the amount of people that still want access to this software but have already set up a way that you can stay updated.
Viddyoze closed forever?
At the moment we do not have a date as to when the Viddyoze software will re-launch. It would seem that the members area is now full and will only be available again at a higher cost to a very select few. Sorry if you missed out on this offer but you can find a very good alternative to this software called Explaindio 2.0.