Creators: Mark Bishop, Venkata Ramana & Andrew Naser
– Positive – System can put money into your PayPal account, quickly overnight, with relatively little work
– Negative – There’s that small, but nagging concern about automated links
This VidioJack Review Examines Software and Training
It’s always desirable to take a real long look at a product to decipher its value. I had the privilege of getting a bird’s eye view of VidioJack as one of the product’s creators, Mark Bishop, sat down with me in an interview.
This talk not only gave me more insight into the product but allayed my fears that such automation would result in a Google and/or Youtube penalty. It’s always an uneasy feeling to put one’s Youtube account at risk, but it appears that VidioJack will not compromise your account’s active status or good standing. (But being the overly-cautious soul that I am, I’m going to test it on a YT account that scarcely has any videos on it.)
And as important, it may even elevate your video in the eyes of Youtube and Google. Regardless of those who claim that link building is dead and highly overrated, it still appears that it’s a major criterion when ranking properties.
Video Jack, a cloud based app that does not reside on your server, builds a bevy of tier 1 links that have high domain authority. This domain authority, a MOZ metric, estimates the power and authority of a given domain. By having influential sites link to your video, your calculated ranking score goes up per the powers that be.
And the score increases as tier 2 links are built, pointing at the tier 1 links. Link juice flows, enhancing the value of your new, affiliated tier 1 links, and the overall power, influence, and stickiness of your video.
The end goal is to not only get your video to the top of Youtube for the desired keyword phrases, but on that first page of Google. Yes, you don’t need a website to get that coveted spot on the Big G; a seemingly popular video, fortified by a myriad of strong backlinks, can propel your video creation to the zenith of the pecking order.
But while this system can be very effective, I appreciate the fact that the product creators do not assert that it will work for every search phrase. Indeed, if you’re targeting the term, ‘Weight loss,’ or ‘Acne,’ your VidioJack videos cannot catapult above the competition. There are limitations to their powerful tier 1 and tier 2 backlinks.
As such, this application encourages users to go after terms that are less competitive. Towards that end, VidioJack includes a competition checker and rank checker to ensure that you target winnable terms … which will result in winnable campaigns. The app’s green light indicates that you should proceed with confidence.
But you don’t necessarily have to confine your campaigns to product launches. (VidioJack derives its name from the fact that the videos it creates backlinks for can be a very effective form of launch jacking.) You can target less competitive evergreen products (Clickbank has a host of them) and even pursue trending products where sizable competition has not yet sufaced.
Mark Bishop and team review how to find promising campaigns and niches to go after as part of their training. Software, as a standalone, seldom benefits users. When demos and training are provided, users accrue much more value and benefits.
Those who are already experts in video marketing will probably not need to go through the training, and opt to immediately use the app. But newbies and even intermediate affiliate marketers will learn from this clear and thoughtful coaching and guidance.
As such, unless you’re a video veteran and your skillset and knowledge base are extremely high, immerse yourself with the accompanying training before running any projects. Using the software will be the easiest part. With a couple of clicks, a seamless network of links will be constructed, raising your video’s chances of appearing on page 1 on Youtube and Google.
But all will be for naught if you’re pursuing the wrong niche or project, or not creating the types of videos that can lead to sales. Training and automation are not mutually exclusive, but synergistic.
VidioJack – 7 Important Considerations
1) You cannot solely depend on VidioJack – at least not all the time. You may exclusively rely on it for less competitive terms, but for those that require more effort, continue to refine your video creation and video marketing skills.
2) The system has a drip feed or immediate link building option. With Youtube Videos, you don’t necessarily have to worry about building scores of backlinks in a relatively short amount of time, unlike primary websites. Still, I prefer to be safe and use the drip feed parameter. Consequently, plan ahead with your campaigns, and target those that are at least a few weeks away so that you can dripfeed links before it’s too late and the launch is over.
3) The system immediately pings the links to get them indexed. Did you know that Google only approximately indexes 25% of links, in general. VidioJack does everything within its power to ensure that your video gets credit for the links that it has created.
4) While alternatives exist, such as other link building software and services, like Fiverr, the links that are built here are not ‘spammy’ ones. You’ll also have more control here as you will begin to see the pattern of links that get built.
5) Rely on this application but take the time to go over the training. It details, for instance, 3 highly proven systems to become a launch jacking profiteer.
6) You’ll be able to get comprehensive reporting and track your ranking. Moreover, you’ll be able to tweak the results by changing the title, description, and tags. (The system has built-in suggestion prompts.)
7) The case studies are very impressive. Mark Bishop has run campaigns where he has generated at least 3-figure paydays from one video campaign. But even he says that misses are just as possible as hits. But with experience and developing an eye for less competitive but potentially profitable campaigns, your chances of success become much greater … particularly with the help of dependable, automated software.
Bonus Consideration: This is a 3-day launch, starting March 7, 2016, and its price will eventually be $47. When the product launches, it will be at its cheapest, $19.
There will also be 3 options: Basic, Lite, and Pro. The Basic version will be the at the lowest price point; the Lite will be $5 more than the Basic, and the Pro will be $5 more than the Lite and $10 more than the Basic.
Of interest, the Basic enables you to run 5 projects a week; the Lite allows for 15 projects a week while the Pro permits 50 projects a week. The other advantages over the Basic is that the Lite includes a 9 part VidioJack formula, and the Pro includes that as well as a unique product bonus tutorial and a manual posting feature.
As each day progresses, the price will go higher so take advantage of the early bird special.
OTO Consideration – There will be several 0T0’s:
OTO1 – You can opt to get an Elite version. Here, you will be able to get developer’s rights and outsource rights to enable your hired help to use VidioJack. You’ll also get additional training and be able to use the system for unlimited projects.
OTO2 – A reseller’s option is available where you can resell this product on your own and keep 100% of the profit. This will serve as a business in a box.
Final thought: I see the potential in using VidioJack. It can help you rank your videos to the top quickly, and overtake your competitors. But look for launches that are under the radar, yet still easy to monetize. Like a good friend, this tool can help you advance and prosper.