Welcome to my Tube Amplify review. Is Tube Amplify a scam? Well, it depends whether you consider huge upsells to be a scam. My goal here is to make you aware of the facts I have uncovered so you can make an informed decision about whether Tube Amplify is right for you…
Product Name: Tube Amplify
Creators: Peter Beattie & Parker Nirenstein
Price: $27 to $47 + upsells
My Rating: Beware of the upsells!
What is Tube Amplify?
Take a look at this pre-launch video from the sales page:
So, it’s a way of dramatically increasing your income from YouTube videos. It includes software that automates 90% of the work most YouTubers don’t do. Apparently, it is complete beginner friendly, you don’t need a website, you don’t need an email list, and it doesn’t matter if you think you suck at making videos. It is a simple guide that anyone can follow.
Tube Amplify was created by Peter Beattie (creator of Humalytics) and Parker Nirenstein. The training and software are based on Parker’s techniques he used to dramatically grow his own YouTube channel to earning over $24,000 per month. Peter’s YouTube channel was earning just $200 per month, but once he put Parker’s methods into practice, it shot up to $1,000 per month, as you can see here:
But then Peter goes on to say that he got an unsolicited message from someone who claimed that their earnings had suddenly increased by using the Tube Amplify system, as you can see here:
But this doesn’t make sense. The product hasn’t launched yet (at the time of writing this on the day before the launch), so how can somebody have already used Tube Amplify and had that success? Look at the date in that picture. The date of the sudden spike in YouTube revenue was from August 22nd, almost a whole month before the launch date.
The way I see it, there are two possibilities here:
- Either they gave the product to some people to try before the launch date, in which case it’s probably not really an unsolicited message because Peter would have been expecting them to report back their results; OR
- That image is just fake.
Which do you think it is? Anyway, there’s more we need to speak about here, such as:
Watch out for the upsells!
I need to warn you about some upsells (also known as “one-time offers”) that Tube Amplify has. Take a look at this image I found which illustrates the sales funnel:
So, this means the main product costs $27 to $47. I’m not sure why there is a price range there rather than a single price. Maybe there are several different versions of the main product. This product is the software and the main training.
Once you have bought that main product, you will be given a one-time offer of a 2nd product called The Brand Deal for $67. After that, there is a 3rd product called Revolution which costs $497. Then there is a 4th product for $37 PER MONTH called The Inner Circle. Finally, you can pay yet another $47 for some Templates.
In total, this will cost you $695 and then after that a recurring fee of $37 per month. It’s quite shocking, isn’t it?
So, is Tube Amplify a scam?
It really depends on what your definition of a scam is. Some people say that if there are huge upsells like this then it’s a scam because it’s deceptive. Other people don’t consider upsells to mean that something is necessarily a scam.
The question really comes down to whether you are prepared to spend almost $700 to boost your YouTube earnings. If you manage to boost them to $1,000 per month like Peter did, it might seem worth it. You could then cancel the recurring membership, continue to make money from your YouTube channel, and everything would be just great from that moment on.
Or would it?
Let’s not forget that Peter’s YouTube channel was already earning $200 per month, which would be considered great by most YouTubers. So his channel was already well established, it just needed boosting to squeeze more money out of it. Will you earn $1,000 per month from a new YouTube channel? I’m not sure, and that’s where this becomes a bit of a risk. Not everyone’s earnings are going to be the same. If it doesn’t work out for you, you’ve spent quite a lot of money.
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