What’s Good Aspiring Internet Marketers!
It’s Danyon here, and I’ve got an episode of Real Reviews for you here today. I’m going to be going through Tube Amplify by Parker Nirenstein and Peter Beattie. They’ve made some pretty huge claims on their sales page; apparently, Tube Amplify is “the easiest & most COMPLETE 6 figure YouTube system ever created.” They also say that it comes with groundbreaking software that automates 90% of the work. They also claim that no website, product, email list, or experience is needed for this system to work for you. They also say this product will work for you even if you’re terrible in front of a camera and can’t shoot a video to save your life!
Let’s see if Tube Amplify lives up to its massive sales claims.
FYI – I’m not an affiliate for Tube Amplify, neither do I know the Peter and Parker fellas (yes, that was a low-key pun towards Spiderman). Every review written here at Stopping Scams is to help educate you on the sea of Internet Marketing fluff there is out there on the web. 80% of the products we review are garbage – and we let you know. However, if there’s ever a product that catches our eye and we think it’ll help you on your journey to becoming a successful internet marketer, we’ll let you know about that as well.
The fundamentals are there – concepts such as consistent video uploads, quality content, collaborating with other YouTubers when you get to a certain point – but the “secret system” that will allow you to make stacks of cash isn’t here at all. The automated groundbreaking software that they’re talking about wasn’t as revolutionary as they made it out to be, and while it does contain a few key points about creating a successful Youtube Channel, the training provided doesn’t live up to its enormous sales claims.
It was extremely annoying the amount of products being shoved down my throat after the initial purchase of Tube Amplify. Altogether, there were 6 upsells and down sells, including a product that costs “only $497.”
Sooooo many products. It just makes the whole buying experience less enjoyable because it feels like they’re trying to squeeze as much money out of their customers as possible. After skipping all of the upsells, I was taken to a slick little website that held all of my training.
I jumped straight into the training and found that there were a few good concepts that they teach.
The one point that’s actually worth mentioning is that the primary teacher, Parker, says that one of the main reasons why he is successful at Youtube is because he is so consistent. He stresses the point that you need to be consistent with your uploading schedule, the upload time, and the quality of your content if you want to be successful in being an authoritative figure in your Youtube niche.
The reason why I thought this was a point worth mentioning is because I’ve experienced this myself: I’ve almost hit 10,000 subscribers on my gaming channel (which I DON’T recommend you watch unless you’re a gaming fan), and I get asked quite frequently by friends the typical question of “how did I do it?” My answer is always the same, I consistently uploaded content that helped/entertained people, and I constantly tweak the process as it evolves.
However, even though he mentions how important consistency is, it’s still not good enough for me to recommend because of the following reasons.
All over the sales page are overhyped, over realistic promises about how you can make stacks of cash on Youtube with this simple yet effective “secret system.”
Unfortunately, there is no secret system. The “groundbreaking software” that’s mentioned on the sales page is just a pretty generic keyword analysis tool that allows you to check how a particular video ranks for a certain keyword.
I barely even think this is going to help you much, especially if you’re new to making Youtube videos. Maybe if it was something that found the “current hot niches” or created a list of Youtube Channels so you can reach out to them and collaborate with them, that’d be useful – but not this.
I’m assuming that if someone bought this, they’re doing it because they want to make stacks of cash in a fast manner and from making Youtube videos. I looked through all of the video training provided, and unfortunately, there’s no secret in the training either.
The whole system is based around creating videos where you can monetize them and make revenue from ads. To earn money from ads, you need to have LOTS of viewers (something that takes a lot of time and effort). Since the whole system is based on views, I wanted to check the 0 to 50,000 subscriber video to see if there was any secret sauce that allows a person to gain such a quick amount of quality subscribers in a short amount of time like the sales page says.
Unfortunately, there isn’t – parker essentially says that all you need to do is upload consistent, quality content and get the viewers to subscribe to your Youtube Channel. Turn your ad revenue on so that you can monetize the videos, and you’re ready to go. Maybe if he advertised this product as a “fundamental guide to starting on Youtube” without any of the overhyped secret sauce jazz, then I’d be more happy to recommend this product. But even then, there’s just some basic information on lighting, editing videos, increasing the production value, and so on. Once again, It’s just free information at a cost.
I’m not going to say that this information is completely useless because it isn’t; there’s so much value in the concepts of consistent uploading, reaching out to other Youtubers and networking with them, and other key points. But the quality of this product and the training provided definitely isn’t in line with its “secret sauce” sales claims. For that reason, I wouldn’t recommend it to you guys and gals.
As always, if you guys ever have any questions about Internet Marketing or any of the products being reviewed, give us a yell! A member of the team here at Stopping Scams will be here to assist you, and we’ll do out best to make sure that you have everything you need to become a successful internet Marketer!
Have a good day guys and gals.