Barbling, the publisher of eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet, says internet marketers are missing out on one of the most lucrative ways to promote their products. According to this publisher, the method in question is YouTube marketing – done the unconventional way. Barbling says that YouTube makes the profit potential of this method insanely huge because it has more than a billion users, overtaking Google’s popularity on desktop computers a couple of months ago. Barbling claims that combining eCom and YouTube allows you to drastically increase your earnings online.
I’m not showcasing Barbling’s eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet as an affiliate for sales commissions. This is simply an objective review that’s intended to reveal some insider facts to my reading audience.
If you don’t have enough time to go through the whole review, read this summarized version: Barbling’s eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet isn’t something you should pay for because it’s a collection of information from free blog posts on how to give your Internet Marketing offers online publicity through YouTube.
This is something an internet marketer who cares about their customers should give away free of charge to add value to the customer’s Internet Marketing experience. Barbling offers it to you at $3.77, but doesn’t give you the best in it. Instead, he saves the superior information and offers it as an upsell to get more of your money right after you check out. Find the details in the main body of the review.
After I paid for Barbling’s eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet, there were several upsells. I passed them up and went on to get access to the product I paid for.
The upsells revealed that Barbling didn’t offer up his best at the frontend to help you see real results. The best were saved and offered as upsells. The first upsell promises to show customers how to take advantage of YouTube ads in a step-by-step manner. Clearly, the eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet was designed to suck in customers so they could be presented with more sales pitches.
What Barbling did was compile several free blog posts on the Internet. One of them is a blog on YouTube that provides guidelines on how to create a YouTube account, create a YouTube channel, customize the YouTube channel, create an AdWords account, and so on. All of these are readily available on the Internet for free. For instance, when I Googled “How to create a youtube account youtube,” I got 298,000,000 free resource materials to benefit from, some of which were hands-on videos to watch and learn from.
One of Barbling’s links leads to one of the results returned by the search engine, which is the second link that reads, “Create an account on YouTube – YouTube Help – Google Help.” You’ll find it next to the video on the screenshot below. Feel free to copy and paste the text into any search engine and you’ll have free access to some of what Barbling is selling to his customers for $3.77.
The only advantage you have here is finding it all in one place. If you think that’s worth spending the $3.77 for, I’d say you’re entitled to your opinion. But I think this sort of thing should have been made available to Barbling’s customers free of charge to add value to their Internet Marketing experience and establish a better customer relationship. Internet marketers who practice the ‘”Strategy of Preeminence,” which puts their customers’ satisfaction before their personal gain, always win in the competition.
Jay Abraham, a business and marketing expert, underlined the importance of the Strategy of Preeminence in businesses online and offline. He didn’t mince words in calling out its benefits, one of which is to win the trust of your customers so that they see you as their only source of genuine help, such that they’re willing to do whatever you recommend, which puts you in profit for the long term.
To achieve that much trust, you have to convince your customers that you truly care about them and are not just looking to make a quick buck or two off of them. Clearly, Barbling isn’t acquainted with this strategy and doesn’t think customer satisfaction is a top priority in business, which explains why the eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet, which is just a compilation of free information that could be given away, is offered for sale.
In all honesty, the resources that some of the links point to are informative and beneficial in some ways. An example is a link that reads, “Shopify’s How a YouTube Video Helps You Sell.” That link leads to a free Shopify blog that shows users how to drive traffic to their offers and increase sales using YouTube videos. The blog outlines 50 ways for Shopify’s new users to make their first sale.
Barbling quickly compiled a list of links leading to free blogs on the Internet, named it eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet, and offered it for sale as an Internet Marketing training product. This internet marketer doesn’t care a bit about customers and potential customers. Otherwise, the compilation of links that lead to free blogs shouldn’t have been seen as a medium for making money. This kind of information should be presented to customers as a gift to help them improve their online money-making experiences.
The eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet’s frontend offer was only intended to suck in customers in order to pitch them more products down the sales funnel. Some useful pieces of information were held back to be offered as upsells.
Barbling’s eCom/YouTube Profit Connection Cheatsheet is something you’re supposed to get for free. The sources from which the information was compiled are free. What’s your take on this?
Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.