Welcome to my Vidoogle review. Today we’re going to be looking at a new product by someone who I’ve never come across before, Arron Williams.
It’s always nice to see a new face to see if they can bring something fresh to what can be a stagnant pool of the same old rubbish being released over and over again just with a different name.
I don’t know if you know, but I have absolutely no idea what Vidoogle is, but by the end of this review both of us will know what it does and more importantly if it’s any good.
What you’re going to get today is an honest review based on fact rather than just repeating what the sales page says. Other reviews do that for a reason, mainly because they are to lazy to do the proper research and just want to get their commission.
This review isn’t affiliated with Vidoogle so you’re going to get the truth. If it’s good I’ll tell you likewise if it’s total rubbish I’ll tell you that as well.
OWNER: Arron Williams
What Is Vidoogle About?
Let’s cut right to the chase and find out what Vidoogle is all about, we’ll go over what sort of claims are on the sales page in the next section.
This product is a cloud based platform that is meant to allow you to make your review videos a cut above the rest. It does this by using emotional triggers and elements.
Nothing new there, the emotional triggers are just things like overlays, sounds, arrows and subscribe buttons, not exactly earth shattering stuff.
The dashboard has only 3 sections before it jumps into the upsells section. Out of those 3 sections there is only one that is worth talking about and we’ve already done that, the emotional triggers section.
So, basically that is what Vidoogle is all about, a platform to add elements to your videos, but because you still need a video editor chances are you can already do that so I’m not sure what the purpose of this really is.[su_divider top=”no”]
The Sales Page
Now we know how little there is to this product let’s take a quick look at the claims on the sales page because that’s what most people are going to make a buying decision off of.
I have no idea where the ex-Uber driver came from, there was no mention of that inside the members area. Is that meant to be Arron Williams? Anyway, he or she has supposedly created a super easy seo video method by using emotional triggers.
We know those “emotional triggers” are just simple sounds, overlays and subscribe buttons.
Screenshots of income are a way to validate how good a product is, but unfortunately we have no way of knowing if those figures actually come as a direct result of using this product and after seeing it for myself I highly doubt it.
The thing about screenshots like this is that they are incredibly easy to fake. I could replicate that exact image in a couple of minutes if I wanted to. Without any concrete proof they’re basically useless.
I’m not sure what date they are supposed to be from, but one of his videos from March this year has a total of 2 views! Not exactly blowing up is it.[su_divider top=”no”]
What Did I like
- Not a lot
What I Didn’t Like
- Terrible dashboard area
- Terrible product
- Terrible sales page
Inside The Members Area
Before we take a look inside the members area I just need to give you a warning about the upsells which you’re going to see right after you buy this, but before you get access to the product.
If you were to buy the upsells at this point then that could lead to some big problems, mainly money problems.
To get a better idea of what could happen take a look at Donna and Stephane’s comments here, hopefully you’ll never be in that position.
After you’ve logged in you’ll see this dashboard area:
If you’ve any product like this before the layout will be pretty familiar to you with the menu on the left and all the corresponding elements being shown on the right.
Like I already said the main part is the Emotional Triggers section, the training methods section is simply a couple of case studies, if you can call them that and organizing and applying.[su_divider top=”no”]
At this moment in time there are no prices for the upsells so unfortunately I can’t let you know how much they cost, but I can tell you what they are:
- OTO #1 – Vidoogle club
- OTO #2 – Launch jacking
- OTO #3 – Camtasia video training
- OTO #4 – Academy
My personal opinion on these upsells is you really don’t need them.[su_divider top=”no”]
At the beginning of this Vidoogle review I said I was looking forward to seeing what someone new had bought to the table, well I’m a bit disappointed to say the least.
There is nothing in here that warrants the $17 price tag. The sales page is geared towards making you think that there is some great secret that has been discovered when all it turns out to be is using things like subscribe buttons.
How on earth can he seriously charge people money for stuff like that?
One things for sure, I’ll be keeping an eye out for Arron Williams in the future and not because of the great products he releases, but to make sure you guys know if he puts out anything like this rubbish again.
I really don’t see the point of this and If you haven’t guessed by now I won’t be approving this to you guys.
What Else Could You Do?
There’s no doubt about it Youtube is at an all time high right now, I know people who are actually blowing it up on Youtube, but it’s not for everyone which is why I want to give you a realistic alternative.
Those people i know that are having success on Youtube all started out with a blog, they actually still have their blogs.
They all learnt how affiliate marketing works and how to make money doing it at Wealthy Affiliate, a platform I myself have been part of for over 5 years.
At the moment Wealthy Affiliate are giving away free membership which includes 1 free website and 10 free lessons showing you how to choose your niche and set your website up the right way to make money.
Simply click the banner below, no credit card needed, just a name and email address and you’re good to go.
I’ll meet you on the inside and be there to help you every step of the way. You’ll even meet the owners who will stop by to welcome you :)[su_divider top=”no”]