Product Name: Tube Emergency Cash
Product Owner: Kristie Chiles
Advertised Price: $7
What Is It?
Make videos about dog training and post affiliate links in YouTube descriptions.
I was shocked to find out that Kristie Chiles is pretty much selling the exact same product she sold in Emergency Cash Affiliate Storm, just under a different name.
Before You Buy
I try to make my reviews about the products, and not the people, but when someone pulls a move like this, it’s hard to not dig into the past of the product creator.
Not only did Kristie Chiles create a product called Emergency Cash Affiliate Storm some time ago that I reviewed, but she has a string of products playing on the word “emergency” and “cash”, both of which are misleading.
Most affiliate programs take 30 days to pay out to account for chargebacks, and it’s rare that someone makes money in their first month of doing online business. That means you can expect to wait a minimum of 60 days before receiving any money.
Doesn’t sound a lot like emergency cash to me. Other products in the same vein she created are called:
- Emergency Click Cash
- Emergency Christmas Cash
- Emergency New Year’s Cash
- …and more?
- There ‘s another one called Emergency Cash Kit which is NOT her.
Though I haven’t tried them all, I have a suspicious they are all pretty similar.
Chiles and her buddy James Knight also run a Google Hangout where they heavily (and indiscriminately) endorse products they very obviously haven’t used or even bought.
What I Liked
Making money on YouTube is possible, and I even agree that making money on YouTube by putting affiliate links in the description works too. I’ve done it.
But the Tube Emergency Cash does a poor job of teaching you how to do this properly, and if it’s anything like her previous products, you will simply NOT convert (see below for proof).
What I Didn’t Like
Let’s take a look at some screenshots I took from Emergency Cash Affiliate Storm and the videos that we’ll be creating with Tube Emergency Cash.
From the images we can see a few things very clearly.
1. The videos are NOT helpful at all
2. People are VERY annoyed in the comments
This is the absolute worst way that you could try to make money online. Scheming like this may result in a few random sales but absolutely nothing like an online business.
The first rule of running a business is helping people. What do you think, is a 2 minute video with unchanging text a good way to teach people how to get their dogs to not poop on the rug?
99% of people will leave the video and go look elsewhere for better information. This is also a great way to get your channel flagged for spam, misleading content, or mass advertising.
Limited in Scope
Though I didn’t spend the $7 to get into Tube Emergency Cash, it’s clear that the topic is very similar to previous ones: Dog Training.
Whether or not she focuses on dog poop from small dogs this time is unclear. But if you have any interests outside of dogs, I think you can safely put your wallet away and continue with your research of other products.
Making money with YouTube videos or even a website is possible, but there are unlimited niches that you could get involved with. Health & Fitness, cooking, traveling, reading, family, and any hobby you can think of can be combined with affiliate marketing to start a real online business.
The True Nature
It seems to me that this is just another example of a marker that made a bit of money doing something, then decided to write an info product about it. She's beating a dead horse with this one. OK, we get it. This is very common among the digital info product community; one thing that worked one time, not THE thing that works all the time.
Don't believe the hype that she could sell the course for $500 or and all the bonuses with so-called “X dollar value”. TEC is worth about $7, which is to say ‘not much'.
Save your $7 and get yourself a nice coffee from Starbucks while you keep researching.
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What do you think of the marketing strategy outlined here? Should someone re-brand old products and sell them as if they were new?