Three guys who gave their names as Andy Anand, Idrees Farooq and Jason Finley produced something they called The Ninja Tube Profits, which they claim can generate between $75 to $400 per day without an email list, without a website and without having to invest.
They promise to show their audience how to make $100 per day, how to choose the most profitable Clickbank products to promote, how to drive laser-targeted traffic effectively, a secret ninja technique to rank YouTube videos higher and quickly, a newbie friendly, step-by-step guide to affiliate marketing success etc. Please visit their sales page to remind yourself of their various promises through the link provided above.
I’m not in partnership with Andy Anand, Idrees Farooq and Jason Finley. Neither am I peddling their product, the Ninja Tube Profits. This is only an objective review of the product. I’ve done reviews like this on several Internet Marketing products, in the past, to provide my reading audience with vital consumer level information.
This is intended to help them make informed decisions as to whether or not a product is worthy of their hard-earned money and precious time. At the same time, I use this medium to guide them to high quality, alternative, Internet Marketing training, which they could get access to for absolutely free.
This product is a 33-page eBook with some useful information, which newbies and perhaps intermediate and advanced internet marketers will find quite useful in their Internet Marketing practices.
However, there are some negative factors surrounding the purchase of this eBook, which you need to find out before you decide for or against buying it. You’re guaranteed to regret your purchase if you buy it without reading this review to the end.
When I checked out, there were upsells and down sells. The first one was a $17 upsell, the second one was a down sell of the same product for $8.95. After that, there was a third upsell for $27 and a fourth one for $17. I ignored them all and went ahead to access the product I bought.
For starters, the product is a 33-page eBook written in less than ideal English. You know the kind that’s written with ESL (English as a Second Language) diction. For instance, at the beginning, a part of the eBook says, “Hey first of all, I congratulate you for purchasing your copy.. In this course I will teach you how to profit by promoting Clickbank through Youtube video.”
That sounds like you should be warming up to promote and sell off all of Clickbank instead of products on the Clickbank affiliate marketing platform. That’s unheard of. Even the super affiliate titans of affiliate marketing haven’t thought of that larger than life feat. Also notice the double period (..) at the end of the word “copy” within the first sentence I quoted.
A little further down the eBook, I found another sentence that stated “Cool as you can see that the amount of people interested in Knitting is huge. So, it is definitely a big market and lot of money can be made in this niche.. Similarly whatever Niche you decide to go ahead with..
Please make sure to type your niche name in the Facebook search box and look for amount of people interested in it. More than a million people means it’s a profitable niche.. Less people means not a good niche to jump in..
This is the most easiest and Fastest way to confirm whether you choosen niche is profitable or not.. No place is better than Facebook to find this information..”
Notice how the double period (..) was applied at the end of some of the sentences and at the end of all the paragraphs. Besides, what kind of expression is “the most easiest and fastest way”? That’s crappy English. A total turn off. These people are just not thorough enough to come up with a presentable product, and yet they think they deserve to get your money by offering you something so poorly put together.
If you’re a stark Internet Marketing rookie, you’ll probably find some of the information within the eBook useful. However, most of what you’ll get in the eBook is also available on the Internet for absolutely free.
All you have to do to find these pieces of information is to enter your search word combinations on Google and wait for the many results that will usually appear. After that, you can dig into the many options before you, and you’ll be amazed at what you’ll find on the chosen subject matter for absolutely free.
For instance, if you want to learn how to promote affiliate offers on the Clickbank platform, which is one of the lessons on this eBook, head over to www.google.com and type the search word combination as follows “how to choose and promote affiliate offers on clickbank youtube.”
This combination of search words alone will fetch you over 200,000 relevant results, which is almost inexhaustible for you to explore. You can leave out the “YouTube” bit in your combination of words if what you want is content without YouTube videos.
As a matter of fact, some of the products put out there for sale were created based on information gathered by their vendors who simply surfed Google with certain word combinations related to the subject of interest. You can vary your word combination for a wider scope of information on any subject of interest.
As I hinted earlier, not everything in the eBook is crappy. There are some YouTube-related SEO hints in the book that would benefit internet marketers who don’t yet know about them. One such part of the eBook reads as follows:
“To ensure a higher click thru rate (CTR), it’s critical to place what you have to offer at the very top of the description. Anywhere below that, the viewer will have to click on ‘SHOW MORE’ to find your link.
Next, you want to include a 300-400 word description on the actual video itself. This is to explain to YouTube more about your video, but feel free to give more content and valuable information.
And use TARGETED KEYWORDS in the Description Section. This would help your video to rank higher in searches.
Remember to include your main keyword every now and then. Unlike Google where it’s very easy to over optimize, YouTube is a lot more lenient. That being said, don’t spam your keywords in every line.”
Furthermore, the eBook provides other tips to get your YouTube videos ranked high, which could lead to a traffic influx, which, in turn, could lead to more sales and money in your pocket. The following quotes are some examples of the tips given:
“And most importantly, when you decide to add a headline make sure to start with
“ HOW TO “ . For example how to cure diabetes, how to make money online, how to play tennis, how to cook pasta…
According to the latest Google Data Searches related to “how-to” on YouTube are growing 70% year over year, with more than 100M hours of how-to content watched in North America so far this year.”
For the record, no attempt was made by me to correct any of the bad writing in the quotes. They were quoted verbatim. These pieces of information make a lot of sense and can be very useful YouTube ranking technics. However, there’s virtually nothing in that eBook that you can’t get an equivalent of on the Internet for free.
Let’s take a look at what happens when I type the combination of words, “how to rank on youtube” on the Google search bar. Presto! Over 140,000 results. Some of them are very engaging and very informative. Heck, even more informative than what’s in this eBook, in some respects, and yet they’re totally free. So, what’s the point paying for information that you can get elsewhere for free?
The information in the eBook has some usefulness, especially regarding how to rank your YouTube videos as a means of driving traffic to your offers or your website. But, you don’t have to pay to get access to such information.
Now that you’re done reading this review on Ninja Tube Profits, what do you think of the product? Do still think you should buy?
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.