What’s Up Internet Marketing Fanatics!
I’ve got a short, yet sweet review for you right meow (cat pun intended). Today, I’ll be going through YT Gorilla created by Andrew and Chris Fox. These fellas have claimed that YT Gorilla will help you to make money online as an affiliate. They also claim that it will help you to generate tons of fresh leads for your products and services. They also say that YT Gorilla will help you to rank your videos for any keyword or market that you want so you can capitalize off of the potential that comes with all that attention. Lastly, they say that it’s an automated, super cheap traffic finder that can help you get “…5.38 Million 100% FREE Organic Views On YouTube And 57,384 Leads on AutoPilot.”
Let’s see what YT Gorilla is all about, eh.
Oh, and FYI… The team here at StoppingScams isn’t affiliated with Andrew and Chris Fox or their YT Gorilla product. Ian (the big ol’ boss) and I are 100% focused on writing real, honest, authentic reviews that educate you on the sea of internet marketing fluff that exists on the net. In the process, hopefully, we provide yall with a little bit of entertainment, and you also get to hear about the hidden, secret golden internet marketing products that we come across every now and then.
Now that that’s outta the way, let’s move into the review.
I don’t think I’ve ever reviewed a product as bad as YT Gorilla (if I have, this easily comes in the bottom three of all-time crappy I.M. products). Andrew and Chris Fox have essentially created a Youtube video tracker that shows you information that’s already available for free on certain videos. The training videos they’ve created are extremely low quality, they don’t dive deep into the actual concept of how to make money, and the sales claims they’ve made are misaligned as hell.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
As with 99% of the other products I’ve reviewed, there were a couple of upsells following the purchase of YT Gorilla. One was a product that helped you create your own video pages, and another was a list-building course on how to build a list after people have visited your YouTube Video.
After skipping the upsells, I was taken to the YT Gorilla site that looks a lil’ something like this.
Pretty bland, huh? Anyways, I jumped into the training videos and was firstly extremely disappointed at the quality of the educational content.
I’ve never really understood when I.M. products claim to help you to make tons of money in a short amount of time. If you’re gonna make a huge claim like this, you better have some high-quality training to back it up. In this instance, Chris and Andrew Fox claim to help you make money online using Youtube. Unfortunately, they only provide 5 videos, each approximately 3 minutes long, teaching you how to use their product.
I mean, do you really think it only takes 15 minutes to learn how to make money off of YouTube like the sales page says so?
What makes it even worst is that the product they’ve created is full of crap.
Andrew and Chris Fox have essentially created an app that lets you seek out a few Youtube videos in relation to whatever keyword/market you want. After choosing your keyword, you get to see some fancy schmancy analytical information about it, including views, meta tags, likes, comments, and all that jazz. Sounds pretty cool, right?
What’s terrible about this is that all of this information is already free for you to see! There’s almost no difference at all between YT Gorilla and the actual Youtube search engine itself – the only major difference would be the fact that YT Gorilla notifies you when a certain video you’re tracking gets some more views. The only thing that’s relatively hidden from the Youtube page itself is the meta tags, which can be found with a good ol’ Google search.
There’s even a free app for finding the meta tags! So what’s the difference between the free Youtube search engine and YT Gorilla?
There was also a ton of spelling errors on his sales page, which is just another indicator of the quality of his product… Crappy.
Also, the way they advocate to make money is pretty stupid. They say that “all you gotta do is message the video owners with high amounts of traffic, and ask to add your affiliate link in there; just pay them 20 bucks or so, easy peasy!”
It’s not that easy, mate. Why would a random person you’ve never met before allow you to put your affiliate link in their video initially? Secondly, the majority of these viral traffic videos already know their sitting on a potential gold mine and won’t be willing to share it with some random nobody who just happened to send them a message.
Also, since the product is crap, that means all of the sales claims they made are misaligned, misleading, and extremely manipulative.
I can happily give this product a solid F. It’s too expensive for the crap that it offers, it’s essentially a Youtube search engine that costs $29, and it’s not something that I’d recommend to you internet marketing fanatics. For these reasons…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
I’m always here to help you guys and gals out on your journey to becoming and super duper pyjama-wearing, money-making, coffee drinking internet marketer! All you’ve gotta do is reach out and ask; somewhere here from StoppingScams will assist you to the best of our abilities.
Till next time, folks.