Hey Ya Internet Marketing Fanatics!
It’s Danyon Togia back in the Stopping Scams hiz-house, and today I’ll be reviewing a product called TubeLoom created by Charlotte White.
Charlotte has made some pretty huge claims on her sales page – she says that with TubeLoom, you can make up to $594 in one day with this Youtube hack. She also says that TubeLoom will teach you a little-known way to generate a meaningful side income from home. Lastly, she claims that some of her customers are experiencing huge success with her program; her friend Susan claims to be using the same method and making an average of $300 per day, and her other friend Gary is making $400 a day on average using TubeLoom!
Wowzers! Hundreds of dollars a day all from the comfort of your own home using the ol’ Youtube, eh? Sounds too good to be true. Let’s see if Charlotte can deliver a product that’s worthy of my recommendation.
Oh, And I Forgot To Mention – The only products that we promote are ones which deliver high quality, valuable internet marketing training to you that will help you in quitting your 9-5 job and begin making a full-time income from the comfort of your own home. Personally, I write these reviews as raw, blunt, and honest as possible. Sometimes, it even gets us into a little bit of trouble, or we lose a potential affiliate commission. Why do I do this, you may ask? Because I care about your success.
TubeLoom promotes the generic, low-quality, crappy strategy of making money through Youtube that every other crappy Youtube I.M. product is promoting. The video training has its pros and cons – it’s quite “over-the-shoulder” and gives you a sneak peak at some of the details, but it’s still too short and based on a terrible strategy. The sales claims are misleading as heck, and for these reasons and much more, I advise you NOT to purchase this product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
There was only one product on offer after I purchased TubeLoom. This product is called “TubeLoom Step-by-Step Riches” which Charlotte claims it can help you create a 6-figure income in just 14 days.
After I declined this option, I was quickly offered the same product at a discount.
Already I can tell that TubeLoom is crappy by that terrible sales claim. I mean, 6-figures in 14 days? Don’t you think if that were possible, then TubeLoom would be more popular?
After skipping the upsell and downsell, I was taken to the TubeLoom membership site which looks a little something like this.
I took a lil’ sip from my 2 liter water bottle and got down to business.
Charlotte promotes a way of making money that many other low-quality Youtube products advocate, which is to create pieces of content about a product and stuff your affiliate link throughout it. She calls this strategy “Launch Jacking.”
First off, it’s not the fact that the strategy is bad; here at Stopping Scams, we do the exact same thing! But there are a few nuanced differences between a successful and unsuccessful launch jacker:
Gerald Soh (the fella who takes you through the training) provides a relatively in-depth video training course for you to follow in TubeLoom, despite the fact that each video is quite short. His layout of the educative information is a solid 7/10; he presents the points, goes into further detail, then takes you to his computer where you gives you an over-the-shoulder look at the process.
However, the video training is still based on a crappy strategy, and an optimal strategy is crucial to the success of an internet business. You need a great internet strategy if you want to create long-term financial success for yourself, which is something that Charlotte doesn’t provide in TubeLoom.
If you’re going to make huge, overhyped sales claims about making a ton of money in a short amount of time, you’ve gotta back it up with a great internet marketing product. Otherwise, you’re going to look like a complete idiot who can’t keep your promises!
Unfortunately, this is exactly what Charlotte White looks like – a complete idiot – simply for the fact that her promises on her sales page aren’t backed up with a great internet marketing product, and in particular, the low-quality money-making strategy that she advocates.
She hasn’t got the walk to go along with her talk, the bite to go along with her bark, and every other saying that you can think of that relates to not being able to back up a person’s promises.
And that’s about it for my TubeLoom review!
I was tempted to give TubeLoom a “C” considering the fact that the video training was actually pretty good, but the strategy that it’s based around is terrible; tons of other people have tried the exact same way and have failed miserably because they do everything that unsuccessful launch jackers do.
For these reasons and more, I highly recommend that you don’t purchase this product.
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To your success, ya internet marketing fanatics!