I was wondering about the quality of ClickBank Products, and I stumble upon one specific product – Profit Injector, by Jamie Lewis. I have heard a bit about his product but never actually reviewed it.
So I have decided to take a deeper look at what he has to offer.
This was created at the beginning of February 2019, but with some changes within ClickBank, I decided to take a 2nd look at it.
UPDATE October 2019
In the late summer of 2019, I have noticed that many products have been removed from ClickBank.
The same happened with Profit Injector as well.
I wrote about the possible reason in a different review.
Anyways, as for the beginning of October 2019, this particular product is available on JVZoo.
I did not find it on ClickBetter either.
Other than that, there is no major change in his product.
If you don’t want to waste your time with Profit Injector, I would suggest having a look at my Top recommended platform Wealthy Affiliate.
It is free to get started (no credit card required to join in) and you find there step-by-step training on how to create a website and how to monetize it.
We will be looking at this product -> what might be there for you, if he offers any sort of support, how the member area looks like, and most importantly the price.
Jamie’s product is intended to help you earn a commission out of the ads you are placing at existing YouTube videos. We’ll be explaining how it works, below.
Name: Profit Injector (PI)
Price: $37 + Upsells
The owner (s): Jamie Lewis
Profit Injector is a course made by a real person called Jamie Lewis.
The website has been created in October 2018. His product used to be listed on ClickBank, but it has been removed. I believe it was available on ClickBank as well, but you won’t find it there anymore.
It is supposed to be available on JVZoo currently, but that might change soon as well.
I just would like to give you an idea about what is this Profit Injector about. Also If we take a look at the traffic his website used to have, we all see that customers were not happy and most likely they were asking for a refund.
He says that with his product you can make money with youtube without having to produce videos or paying for advertising. He and his team will help you find youtube channels in a specific niche that is profitable.
You might be then able to find the channel owners and contact them directly without search for days.
According to Jamie, everything is automated and all you have to do is search.
This product should also help you to find the highest converting niches and seek out the best trending videos on youtube.
The Good & the Bad
- 3 Upsells, you are not informed of at the beginning $197 + $97 + $297 *
- You rely on YouTube video owners. So you have no control over the product (It is up to the owner to remove your affiliate link)
- In the advertised video, Jamie says, how easy it is to ask somebody to place an affiliate link in his/her YouTube video, and that once you get your link there
– Bum you start to earn. The reality is that it is really difficult to convince some “stranger” to put your affiliate link in his video. He can start to place the affiliate links on his own.
*It might be just me, but I do really hate upsells. That is why I include them as part of the drawback.
- The course is easy to understand
- Basic computer knowledge is enough to follow the training
- Money-back – Guaranteed (As all of ClickBank Products)
Who Is the Profit Injector For?
According to Jamie, this training/product is suitable for newbies as well as for intermediate marketers. You have to have basic skills with a computer, which I bet you already have 🙂
As Jamie says, the process of implementing the strategy is simple “Copy and Paste”.
The second requirement is to have at least 2 hours for yourself in order to learn this technique.
The third requirement is to send an email to Jamie after you implement the strategies. So you will let him know how you are doing with it.
Sounds pretty easy – at least from distance.
He also says that there is only a limited time frame, so if you want to jump on this train, you should hurry up. Access is limited.
No worries; That is just a marketing technique called – Scarcity.
A Side Note:
I can’t help myself, and I most likely am going to be a bit bias here – If you see his video with all the cash lying around, well it is maybe only my opinion, but that does not look serious to me.
When you buy some stuff on the internet, ain`t you pay by credit card?
Or bank transfer?
The merchant I believe receives the payment electronically as well, right?
So Where all the cash is coming from? Withdraw from the ATM machine?
Maybe he does not trust banks, and if that is the case, then all right -> I can not blame him there.
So back to the review.
There is no doubt that with YouTube you can be very successful. YouTube has become the #2 Search Engine.
And if his product will turn out to be working well, you can really make some money. Even a lot of money.
So let’s take a look at what is inside the member area.
What is Inside the Platform?
What Jamie sells, is software that helps you to find YouTube videos that have many views and are not monetized yet.
You are going to partner with the owners of these videos on YouTube. You ask them to put your affiliate link in their video. And then share the profit 50/50. (or whatever deal you want)
First thing First.
For the price of $37, you get into the members’ area with a bunch of videos.
Below you see the area with lots of niches, you can choose from. You select one of the niches, and you get a list of videos related to this niche. Under each video, you have an option like “View Details” where you have properties of the video – Likes, Dislikes, Views, Duration …
You are right – these properties are the same as you find on YouTube.
But here is a section “Message Owner Here”. Click on that and you will get to the owner’s YouTube channel.
There you can contact him.
Well, not all of the owners have their contact data, so sometimes you have no way of contacting the guy. (or maybe there is only a Google plus link there or something.)
Ideally, you find the owner with already filled out the details – including the email address.
And here where the hard part starts;
You are going to email him saying that you have this offer for him. You have an affiliate link and you would like to use it in his/her video for monetizing purposes. And you can split the profit let’s say 50/50.
Imagine you are the owner of the video and you have not monetized the video yet.
Well If I were the owner of the video, and I read about such an offer it might be exciting at first. But I do believe that many of the owners soon realize (within a few minutes) that I can get the affiliate link on my own use it in my own video. So what would I share the income with some stranger?
I would probably thank him and apply the idea.
Jamie holds weekly live training classes where you can participate and ask questions. That is part of the 1st upsell, though.
It costs $197 and the membership lasts 1 year.
That is what you are told in the sales video, but I personally doubt it.
Other than that there is no real support page. Just an email.
The front-end price is $37 and the price has not changed since the beginning.
Then there are 3 upsells that are pretty expensive and they do not deliver the needed value. Let’s take a look at the structure:
- 1st Upsell – is called Training Class: The price is $197
- 2nd Upsell – this is called Training Class for 6 Months and the price is $97
- 3rdUpsell-Finally, last upsell is called Profit Injector Business in a Box and you can get it for $297
The potential customer might end up paying $628! This is a lot of money, for a questionable system.
My final opinion
Theoretically, this system might work but at the end, it is not easy to find a YouTube owner who would fall for such a partnership.
Even if he might, I believe it is a matter of hours until he realizes that he can do it alone without splitting the commission.
Well, If there were any commissions at the first place. Because the percentage of people clicking on the link and buying stuff is less than 2%.
So, in my opinion, Jamie says A, but he does not reveal to you the B.
I know you might be frustrated to find out that this system simply does not work, therefore you might wanna look at the alternative
Is There a Better Alternative?
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Product at Glance
Name: Profit Injector
Price: $37 + Upsells
The owner (s): Jamie Lewis
The sales video and the whole sales page is full of hyped-up stuff and unrealistic claims.
I was skeptical about the Profit Injector right from the beginning.
Just that scene how Jamie is playing around with a bunch of cash – well to me there is something sneaky.
I do not recommend this product at all.
Please save your money and time and if you are serious about building your own online business, please check out other options as well.
If you have any sort of questions, please let me know in the comment section below. I’d be more than happy to give you feedback.
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10 thoughts on “Profit Injector Review”
Thank you for this honest and unbiased review of the profit injector.i think the start up price is okay at less than$40 but my major concern is the upsells. I feel is a little bit exhorbitant and expensive. I won’t advise anyone to venture into it because am a bit skeptical about it mode of promoting products.
You are right. Whenever I see an upsell, I feel dishonesty and tend to steer away.
Unfortunately there many products based on similar price structure.
This is an informative post. Kudos! i have been an affiliate marketer with clickbank products for years, though i never heard about profit injector. it seems to be very cool to me though. I love the idea of just placing ads on existing You-tube videos to earn . Its good to also know that one does not really have to have an expert skill to be able to promote this product. Basic computer knowledge, ability to copy and paste and 2 hours to learn this is fair enough. The only draw back i see , in my own opinion is the challenge of having to partner with a You-tube content creator who has many views on his videos and has not monetized it yet. This alone i feel is hard-work though it is claimed that Jamie sells a software that helps to do the finding of these videos, but i still think its really tough partnering with a complete stranger.
Thanks so much for this post. It has really being educative and i must say i have learned something new. Cheers!
Profit Injector is a new product. Maybe only few months old.
I am glad that my post helped.
Also I have noticed another brand new product from Jamie, so I will take a look at that as well.
Appreciate your comment.
The product you reviewed sounds like trying to make sales from nothing. The product isn’t yours, the platform to advertise on isn’t yours. The training you need to do well in the scheme is several layers of upsells. And like you, I really really really hate upsells. I think if 90% of the system relies on you upselling in order to succeed in it, then it’s a pie in the sky scheme.
I’m flabbergasted that such programs exist. I’m flabbergasted that they’re able to get people to sign up for it.
I’m grateful for reviews like yours to keep on in touch with what’s out there and what to steer clear of.
Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for your comment.
I agree with you.
I’ll be reviewing more products, so lets see what if there are any better ones.
I’ve also wondered about clickbank products so I was interested to read your review of one. It sounds like an interesting product, Jamie has come up with an idea I’d never thought about. I find the pricing a bit confusing. What do you mean when you say it costs $37 but $44 is the total that comes out of your bank account?
Thanks for your question Emily.
What I mean by that, $37 is advertised price. But once you purchase the product you have to pay tax as well, so the total will be something about $44.
I mean it is common thing that in US the prices are show without Tax, but in order to be transparent for EU readers I include the final price as well (which is $44).
Hope it is clear now 🙂 Otherwise let me know please.
This is awesome and i must say its an eye opener.
I have two questions which i would appreciate if you can answer them with all sincerity
1. How do i identify a scam site easily because i have been duped severally bt all these six figures sites
2. is there anyway we can get hold of these scammers and get them arrested probably through their address.
Thanks. awaiting your positive response
Sometimes it is not easy to distinguish scam from legit product. In my experience most of them are somewhere in the middle (between scam and legit)
That means, that they show you initial price, but they do not reveal the upsells until you sign up for their product.
It is always recommended to do the research first to find out whether there are usells or not.
Also when I see the initial video, where he glorifies his product as #1 in the market, and promises you that you can make money within few hours (or even days) – there I start to be suspicious.
In worst case scenario, with these ClickBank products you can always ask for money back. I did it and it was no questions asked.
And as for the 2nd question – you can report scams to FTC (Federal Trade Commission).
Hope it helps