YT Gorilla Review

YT Gorilla is a product from Andrew and Chris Fox that the pair say will help users to get their videos ranked on YouTube as well as generating organic traffic for your videos.

What does the product offer?

The sales material for YT Gorilla spends a lot of time talking about the viewing figures for YouTube and how it is a must have method of marketing if you are in this business. In fact, Andrew and Chris Fox rarely deviate from this thread which unfortunately, doesn’t leave a lot of information available to tell you what YT Gorilla actually does.

The first thing that Andrew and Chris Fox do say about what YT Gorilla does is that it allows you to instantly view the keywords associated with any video. This supposedly allows you to reverse engineer what is ranking and what keywords you should be using.

This information can be extracted from any niche video. You then use these keywords and this data with your own videos with a view to also getting ranked in the relevant niches. There is also a suggested element of YT Gorilla in which you can encourage local businesses to pay for your services.

You then help them to get their videos ranked on Google consistently. Also include is a bonus product that allows you to analyse your competition.

How does the product work?

YT Gorilla is a piece of online based software that is able to take existing information about a video and use this on your own content. This isn’t anything new and I have looked at a number of products before now that operate in a simiar fashion, unfortunately with very mixed results.

Moving back to YT Gorilla, Andrew and Chris Fox say that once you have a consistent traffic stream and your video is ranked, you can then begin to monetise it by leveraging the video for marketing purposes (either on an affiliate basis or for your own products).

They also suggest that you can contact others who have successful or viral videos and have your affiliate link or product advertised there.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing, YT Gorilla is being sold for a one time cost of $29. This also comes with a full money back guarantee (with seemingly no time scale on claiming a refund). It is worth noting however that as Andrew and Chris Fox are selling YT Gorilla through JVZoo, you will have to claim this directly from the vendors.

What is the rate of return?

It is interesting to note that Andrew and Chris Fox don’t actually make any specific claims in terms of how much you can expect to make through YT Gorilla. Instead they focus on figures of 5.38 million views for your videos and 57,384 leads.

These figures are far from applicable to everybody however and to get 10% of this would be an achievement in my opinion.

Conclusion

I don’t think that YT Gorilla is a product without merit. In fact, I think that if you aren’t currently using YouTube as a marketing platform and are considering it, YT Gorilla isn’t a bad place to start at all.

The problem is that there are a number of claims made which I believe are erroneous or highly unlikely. For example, Andrew and Chris Fox say that people don’t realise the value of their videos and that people will be happy to have your link in their video, but I don’t believe that this is the case at all and obtaining rights to viral videos is something that a lot of companies thrive on exclusively.

I also don’t believe that the claimed results are something that is plausible. With that in mind, if you do opt to buy YT Gorilla, I would keep my expectations somewhat tempered.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts