Billy Daar, Justin Opay, and Shawn Ambrose have collaborated to produce another Internet Marketing training they named Instant Tube Income. They claim that they made $101.52 the day before they composed their sales copy. As usual, they claim it’s newbie friendly and can earn you $100+ per day while working for just a few minutes. They claim that you don’t need any complicated web designing skills, you don’t need to create a product, it’s got nothing to do with making and posting videos, it works for any niche, and you can start making money with it as soon as this week.
I’m not in cahoots with Billy Daar, Justin Opay and Shawn Ambrose to showcase and sell their Instant Tube Income for financial gain. This is only an unbiased review written to provide information for my reading audience, who might be looking to buy it.
In case you don’t have the time to go through the entire review, read this short version: The Instant Tube Income training teaches a legitimate but risky traffic driving method through YouTube videos. This method has potential for profit. But it also has potential for loss, especially for newbies who don’t have a ton of money to throw around while testing the waters. The details are in the main body of the review.
After I checked out, Billy Daar offered me an upsell that costs $17. I passed it up and ran into a down sell of the same product. This time, it was $11. I passed it up again and ran into another down sell of the same product. The third down sell was for $9. We transited from $17 to $9. When a product publisher offers you something for a certain amount and keeps reducing the cost when you pass up the offer, it means one of two things. First, the product is possibly a piece of crap. Next, the vendor or publisher meant to make more money off of you than the product is worth from the outset. Either way, it’s a blood-red flag.
After that upsell and its two attendant down sells, there were plenty of up and down sells to go through in Billy’s sales funnel. The images below will give you an idea.
The first thing I saw in the members’ area was an invite to join Billy’s “Private Mastermind Group.” I knew joining that group would only make my contact information available for Billy and his partners to pitch me more products.
In the first video, Billy Daar had something of interest to share. Apart from the commonplace information such as how to find a profitable niche, how to find an affiliate offer within the niche, and so on, which are pieces of information that you could get for free if you searched for them, there was something else that impressed me as not so common.
Try typing “How to find a profitable niche youtube” into any search engine. I did that and there were 500,000 free resources returned for me to learn from. Some of the 500,000 resources returned were hands-on videos, and some of the videos had more useful information than Billy’s videos. I did the same for how to find a profitable affiliate offer to promote and got free resources to learn from as well.
Now, on to the information that impressed me. Billy said something about leveraging other people’s YouTube videos that already have lots of views to drive traffic to affiliate offers. That sounds like a great idea, and though it’s not entirely a new approach, it’s not as commonplace as some of the other information in the Instant Tube Income training. However, there’s an upside and a downside to it.
The advantage is that you won’t have to bother with the hassles of creating your own YouTube videos, which could also mean not having to spend money to outsource it to a freelancer or go through the learning curve to do it yourself. On the other hand, some of the disadvantages are that you’ll have to pay the owner of the video to let you place your ad/affiliate link on their video, and there’s only so much ads/affiliate links a video can take at a time.
In other words, if a whole bunch of other folks like you are trying to leverage the views of the same video you’re hoping to use, your chance gets narrowed, your link gets fewer clicks, and your return on investment is adversely affected.
Besides, after paying your hard-earned money, there’ll be no guarantee you’ll see any results because some YouTube videos that seem to have lots of views aren’t genuine. Some of them get their views from paid, fake video view providers on Fiverr, which is a black hat method that’s intended to get YouTube videos ranked high on the search engines. Billy Daar doesn’t show his customers how to tell videos with genuine views from videos with fake views.
Billy Daar, Justine Opay and Shawn Ambrose promised on their sales page that you’ll start making money with their Instant Tube Income as soon as your first week. A lot of folks will find this product attractive because of that promise alone, but that won’t happen if you’re unfortunate enough to pick a video with a million fake views. In fact, you’ll even lose money to the owner of the video with fake views. This method is particularly unsuitable for newbies who are on a tight budget and don’t have a ton of money to experiment with.
Some of the information in Billy Daar’s, Justin Opay’s and Shawn Ambrose’s Instant Tube Income is commonplace and basic, which anybody can freely access on the Internet. The only information that seemed less commonplace, and around which the Instant Tube Income was built, had its own downsides that can result in losses for a newbie. Again, there’s no guarantee that you’ll make money in as soon as this week.
It’s getting a C rating because it’s got potential to make you money if you have the money to send up marketing trial balloons until you find a video with lots of genuine views. For folks who don’t want to run the risk of testing the waters with their hard-earned money, I recommend this detailed, high quality, 100% free training that shows you how to make money online.
What do you think of the Instant Tube Income? Please share thoughts in the comments area.
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.