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Product Name: Tube Cash Code
Product Owner: Corey Gates, Ronnie Montano
Advertised Price: $49, $19, $9
What Is It?
Make $90,000 in 24 hours. That sounds legit, right?
I have seen some poor products in my day, but nothing as ridiculous as what was presented to me in Tube Cash Code. The video presentation actually implies that you can use a flash drive to make over $700 in 30 minutes.
Inside TCC you'll see that there are very basic video modules on how to create YouTube videos and market stuff from them.
Before You Buy:
Here is what Tube Cash Code Actually teaches you.
- Step 1: Basics of YouTube & Video SEO
- Step 2: Finding Niches, Keywords
- Step 3: Basic Video Creation Skills
- Step 4: Traffic & Paid advertising
- Step 5: Video Marketing Tools
- Step 6: Local Video Marketing
You can see here that there is nothing special or secret about TCC, and that you certainly can't make money quickly this way. There's quite a bit of learning involved in this stuff.
What I liked:
The introduction video is hilarious. Well, if you were seriously considering buying this product, you might not think it's that funny. But if you are a blogger or actually make money online, you will see the humor in it.
It's a really fantastic the way he's crafted such a story that it's almost like a short movie. It's quite long, about 45 minutes or more, but I've seen worse movies on Netflix, so if you have some time, it's worth the watch: http://www.tubecashcode.com. You'll have to copy/paste into your browser because I do not want to be associated with that site.
What I didn't Like:
There is so much to not like about this product, I don't know where to start. Let's begin with the presentation.
The video starts with amazing stories of how someone made $110,000 in 3 days. Another person quit their job in less than 30 days of using the system. Someone else started making money in 3 hours, and one made a total of $84,000 in 3 weeks.
This is just not possible unless you are gambling or selling drugs. Oh, some people make that much money, but it takes years, maybe even decades of hard work to get there, regardless of which industry you're in.
“Corey” even goes so far as to say that he made $90,815 in one day. No doubt he has made that, but it's from selling crappy products to people that don't understand what they are buying. He certainly did NOT make that from YouTube videos.
Then the sob story starts about how he worked in construction, was near bankruptcy, and needed a way to support his family. Do not be fooled. This is a common story that has been spun many times over by other marketers. It's is a FAKE story, designed to relate to YOU the viewer and push your emotional buttons.
You know how he said he was going to give you the system for free? What happened to that? For a price of $49, $19, or $9 you can get “inside”. Once you are in the training, you see simple, recorded videos showing you the basics of how to use YouTube.
There are a few modules about strategies to record and rank videos, but all of this information is available for free because it is such basic knowledge for internet marketers. In fact, you can learn how to properly SEO a YouTube a video on my site for free.
You can also learn how to choose a niche, and how to make money in affiliate marketing. For free. The product you buy could in fact be worth $9, but the stuff they teach you will certainly not generate any decent income. The training is insufficient to teach newbies stuff they need to know, and it's way to simple for intermediate level marketers to get any value from it.
No, you cannot make money with a magic flash drive. The only “secret” is that there are internet gurus like this that meet up and strategize way to launch products just like this one. Internet millionaires do exist, and they make money by selling BS products like Tube Cash Code, not actually using them.