As the name suggests, Tube Profit Sniper focuses on making money with YouTube. It’s meant to be a powerful approach, one that provides more than $2,000 in profit per day. Needless to say, this is one of those ideas that sounds far too good to be true. So, what is really going on with Tube Profit Sniper?
When digging into this product, I did find that there were some legitimate components. Even so, there were plenty more concerning aspects.
All Of The Hype
The first thing you’ll see with Tube Profit Sniper the income claims and hype. $2,293.26 is a large amount of money to earn daily from any source, let alone YouTube. It’s also an oddly specific number, especially as daily earnings would vary. The sales video plays into this hype, including the idea of a lavish lifestyle and expensive purchases.
There are plenty of income claims present too, including figures for how much people earned ‘yesterday’ and various screenshots.
The information is all meaningless. No proof is offered to back up how much people apparently earned after they joined. Images like the one above aren’t useful either. They’re incredibly easy to fake. Even if the image was real, there’s no way to know how the income was generated.
The ‘proof’ only has one useful function. It shows us that the income mechanism involves sales and conversions. That suggests that the main technique promoted is affiliate marketing, which is evident in the training as well.
Affiliate marketing is a legitimate approach for long-term success. Still, it’s a process that takes time. You’re not going to be earning hundreds or thousands of dollars the day that you start, regardless of whether you use YouTube.
There’s also an odd thing about the income hype – it’s inconsistent. The initial claims suggested more than $2,000 per day in income. The video itself states that the income is ‘up to’ $500 per day. That’s a large difference for no apparent reason.
Both figures are unrealistic anyway. You’re not likely to earn that much from YouTube, especially not when you first get started.
The potential income from this system is clearly overblown and that’s not the only problem. Tube Profit Sniper consistently relies on shady techniques, ones that are designed to make the product sound better than it is.
This can be seen right from the beginning with the sales video. The video is apparently a live stream, one that has more than 2,000 viewers.
Except, it isn’t. It’s simply a video, one that is hosted on YouTube. The YouTube version only has around 2,500 views, despite the fact that it has been live for months. It’s clear that there aren’t more than 2,000 people watching the video right this minute. On a side note, the full video is 27 minutes long, even though the marketing states that it is ‘short’.
The fact that the video isn’t live makes claims like this seem a little absurd:
There were apparently 20 people who joined the program yesterday and they all made money. Whose yesterday? The day before the video was made? The day before I wrote this review? The day before you read this sentence? The idea makes no sense.
There’s also the typical idea of scarcity. The video suggests that there are just a few places let. Isn’t it funny how there are always a few places left? If I came back to the sales pitch in a few months’ time, there would probably still be just a few places left.
Here’s another one. Tube Profit Sniper is promoting a website that’s a ‘secret cash machine’ – one that apparently no one is using.
The website is, of course, YouTube. I’m not sure why they bother calling it a secret, given the product is called Tube Profit Sniper. It’s also a silly idea. No one knows that you can earn money on YouTube? Really? There are countless websites and books on the topic already. Products like The AZ Code use the same phrasing to talk about Amazon, which is equally absurd.
There are also testimonials. This is yet another meaningless element. It’s very easy to pay someone to promote a product. Many Fiverr members make a decent amount of money making testimonial videos for products like this.
As always, the testimonials are vague and don’t say much about the product at all. If you watch carefully, you’ll notice that the speakers avoid ever saying what they are promoting. They just say things like ‘this website’ or ‘this product’. The approach means that the same video can be reused later.
It’s not even clear whether the sales video was developed for Tube Profit Sniper to begin with. For example, the narrator talks about a 17 minute setup time, which seems unlikely for a YouTube-based approach. The narrator even says that the system isn’t like those that claim you can earn thousands of dollars per day, even though the text above the video makes that exact claim.
If nothing else, it’s clear that the video isn’t to be trusted.
The Training And Techniques
Tube Profit Sniper does provide training for making money through YouTube. This includes information about topics like making a YouTube channel, analyzing your competition, conducting keyword research and producing a video.
So far so good. These topics match up to the concepts in the marketing.
In total, members get access to 9 video modules with various individual videos. The videos are relatively short, adding up to just a few hours of training. This is where things start to get problematic.
The videos do teach important topics and some of them are decent enough. For example, one introduces SEO, including the concepts of long tail keywords and keyword research. Another one talks about how to create a YouTube channel. The training does also point out some unusual free tools, which is always a nice touch.
My first problem with the training is the lack of detail. The videos skim the surface of some pretty complex topics. They might be enough to teach the basics, but they miss key points and don’t provide the depth needed. This would be a particular issue for beginners.
If you’re unfamiliar with SEO and the concepts of affiliate marketing, you’re likely to find some of the training confusing and incomplete. For people who are experienced, the videos are likely to be too simplistic. In the end, the training doesn’t really suit anyone.
A second issue is that the videos don’t seem to be updated regularly. Internet marketing is a changeable field. Many techniques that were once powerful don’t work at all now. Some can even reduce your chances of being ranked and getting traffic.
Currently, most of the techniques in the videos seem realistic, but some probably won’t age well. This suggests that you should do background research before applying any of the techniques that the videos teach.
The biggest problem is the training versus the marketing. The techniques that Tube Profit Sniper is teaching could be used to make money online, especially when paired with more in-depth training. The idea is decent enough, even though it certainly isn’t revolutionary.
Remember the marketing? This was meant to be a fast and easy way to earn a ton of money with YouTube. Whatever else the training is, it’s not that. The techniques promoted here would take time and dedication to be successful with.
For that matter, any success with YouTube will take time. You need to get your videos seen and develop an engaged audience. You can’t shortcut that process. You’ll also need to make the videos in the first place. Just learning how to do so will take time and you won’t get enough training from Tube Profit Sniper alone.
This is a direct contradiction to the sales video. The video claimed that people who started yesterday are already making money through the system. That isn’t possible. Even with the best techniques in the world, you can’t make decent revenue from a YouTube video overnight. It would take most people weeks or months to even get traffic to their video.
Tube Profit Sniper is yet another site that manipulates its audience and makes unrealistic claims. The underlying product doesn’t live up to any of those ideas, which will leave most users disappointed.
Thankfully, the product is sold through Clickbank, so you would be able to get a refund on the purchase. It does provide some training and isn’t terribly expensive (discounted to $17 if you try to leave). These aspects might make the product useful in some situations.
Even with the low price, I recommend avoiding it entirely. Poor quality training can easily undermine your chances of success, especially in the long-term.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
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