Vid Nuke Review

Vid Nuke is a training course on how to optimise your videos to get top rankings for your chosen niche. The course has been compiled by Warrior Faraaz.

What does the product offer?

Vid Nuke offers users complete training on how to turn a standard text based marketing campaign into a video based one whilst at the same time, optimising your new video marketing to ensure that you are well equipped to rank highly in your chosen niche. Vid Nuke achieves this via a series of instructions as well as case studies of Warrior Faraaz’s own success with his methods.

How does the product work?

Warrior Faraaz claims in the sales material that Vid Nuke uses a combination of well-known methods whilst one of his testimonials claims that Vid Nuke uses a twist on existing methods. Really a lot of Vid Nuke is eschewing traditional text based marketing in favour of video marketing with Warrior Faraaz talking at length about the advantages. What this means for you is that if you are already in video marketing I find it unlikely you will learn much. I am actually very doubtful about the abilities of Vid Nuke for reasons I shall explore below.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Vid Nuke is available for a one off payment of $17. For this price Warrior Faraaz provides a 30 day money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

As Vid Nuke isn’t a direct money making tool but rather a training guide I would expect results to be qualitative rather than quantitative. That having been said if you can get ranked on page one of google for your niche then it is likely that you can expect to see an increase in sales.

Conclusion

Let’s look at the main example of the success that Vid Nuke has helped Warrior Faraaz achieve through his video marketing. He provides two examples of Spanish searches which roughly translate to weight loss pills. This is definitely a niche that is worth exploring, especially given the huge Latin-American population stateside. When you look at the video that he uses as an example however, there are a mere 7,815 views with nothing about how many of these have converted into sales. For a page one result I find this a little underwhelming and I wonder how well Vid Nuke would actually work for a nice that was perhaps a little wider than Spanish weight loss pills.

To be honest, I just don’t think that Warrior Faraaz has created anything in Vid Nuke that is new or exciting enough to warrant purchase, especially as similar information is likely available for free.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts