After the inside scoop on Equinox? then THIS is the “unbiased” review for YOU!
Brendan Mace and Jono Armstrong reckon they have some miracle software allowing you to easily hijack others’ YouTube videos to make $100/day.
I dunno about you, but I think those are some pretty bold claims.
So to find out HOW the product works and whether you really will consistently rake in that sort of cash as simple as ABC, continue reading…
At a Quick Glance
Owners: Brendan Mace, Jono Armstrong & Joshua Zamora.
Cost: $34.05 + $47/Quarterly, $67, $197, $297 & $167 for upgrades (at the time of writing).
My Score: 6/10.
Blog Post Contents:
- Starting cost is reasonable
- Step-by-step video tutorials
- Help & support available
- Software’s easy to set up & use
- Money-making potential
- 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
- Basic software option’s limited to 20 daily searches
- No $100/day guaranteed earnings
- The method comes with monetary risks
- There are multiple upsells
From my perspective, Equinox is quite a clever and easy way to go about doing affiliate marketing.
Because YouTubers have already done the majority of the legwork.
Your job is to use the software for finding niche-relevant YouTube videos with dead website links, buy, and then revive those domains to point to your own offers.
BUT to really make the most of this software will require some homework before you go at it like a bull in a china shop.
Because there are variables to take into consideration, that will determine your success, like:
- Are the videos ranked on the first pages of Google/YouTube for the keyword terms?
- Do the videos actually produce SOME level of traffic? (For this, you’ll need a keyword tool).
- Are the videos quite lengthy & offer tons of “VALUE“?
- How dated are the videos?
So be tactical when it comes to Equinox.
Because it could mean the difference between making $0 or a few measly bucks to generating some sizable profits as an affiliate.
Final Verdict: Legit.
But before taking another step, see a better option for generating a full-time passive income through the concept of affiliate marketing…
What’s Equinox All About, You Say?
I actually bought Equinox as part of a 16-product ‘Xmas Super Bundle’. It was cheap as chips, I’m telling ya!
Some are good, but others are meh!
But swiftly moving on…
Equinox is apparently designed to help you hijack other people’s YouTube videos – ethically stealing and monetizing their views with your affiliate offers.
According to Mace & Armstrong, their “one-of-a-kind” software is an ever-so-simple way for you to rake in $100 on a day-to-day basis.
And the duo also says you don’t need to create videos, pay for ads or even create your own websites because you just follow 3 simple steps.
Blah, blah, blah…
From my point of view, this software comes across as just another hyped-up WarriorPlus product with mostly sizzle and very little steak.
But let’s discover if the guys REALLY are true to their word, yeah?…
Time to Draw Back The Curtain of Equinox
What really peeved me off about this product is that I had to decline numerous upsells before I finally reached the members’ area.
But anyway, here’s a snippet of the dashboard.
Where you’ll discover a bunch of tutorial tabs…
Introduction & How it Works
Firstly, there’s a quick 3-minute video welcome from Jono himself. Which is then followed by a 7-minute overview of the Equinox software.
How the software works is very simple.
- You enter a niche/product specific keyword in the app’s search box.
- The app displays relevant YouTube videos with dead links in the descriptions – basically domain URLs that the video creators forgot to renew.
- You buy and revive those domain names to point to your own affiliate offers.
I must admit, I quite fancy the idea of reaping the fruits of YouTubers’ efforts. 😉
Using The Software
Inside this section, there’s a brief 3-minute video on accessing Equinox – also with a tab for actual access to it.
Once you’re inside the software, it looks like THIS.
Followed by another 3-minute tutorial on redirecting “dead” links.
Where Armstrong briefly shows how to point your newly-purchased domains (via NameCheap or GoDaddy) to your affiliate, squeeze page or blog links.
But as for inside the actual software itself, you’ll receive additional video tutorials on setting it up and putting the whole thing to good use.
I won’t bore you with all the details, but I will say that Equinox is simple to use and will find videos with dead links you can purchase via domain registrars.
However, not all videos are equal, at the end of the day. Because there are various factors to take into consideration.
What if you buy a bunch of domain names that make you little to no money from your affiliate offers?
If some videos don’t rank very well on YouTube/Google, the traffic’s fizzled out or the videos are simply outdated by a number of years…
Then you’ve flushed your cash down the toilet, in my opinion.
But on the flip side, IF you’re lucky enough to find a handful of decent videos that DO generate decent traffic and sales, you’ll be as happy as Larry.
Simple Monetization Training & Conclusion
Here, Armstrong guides you through 4 ways to monetize your domains as an affiliate marketer.
- CPA Offers (6.52 minutes)
- ClickBank (5.28 mins)
- Simple Affiliate Offers (10.31 mins)
- Lead Generation/List Building (9.02 mins)
While the first couple of videos are quite brief, overall, Armstrong offers you some good guidance on the money-making side of things.
As for the conclusion video, it’s just a 2.35-minute video to round things off.
What’s The Total Cost of Equinox, Huh?
For basic access to the training and software (without all the trimmings) will cost you $34.05 (at the time of writing this review).
And then there are the costs of purchasing expired domains from NameCheap or GoDaddy.
However, there are various pricing factors that come into play with those domains. Which makes it difficult for me to highlight exact figures.
And as for the Equinox upgrades (should you choose to purchase), you’re looking at:
- Pro = $47/Quarterly
- Wikipedia Version = $67
- $1K Commission System = $197
- Ultimate Collection = $297
- Licence Rights for 100% commissions = $167 (which explains the number of “biased” reviews from “affiliates” blowing smoke up this product’s ass).
Final Thoughts: Is Equinox Worth it?
In my honest opinion, I think Equinox is totally worth giving a shot for a number of reasons.
First of all, it’s probably one of the easiest ways of potentially making money on the internet.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s still some legwork required on your part. But YouTubers have already done all the hard graft.
You just gotta invest a little time, effort, and cash for jumping in front of their traffic.
Secondly, the video tutorials are easy to follow, and so is the software set up.
However, the software does come with monetary risks because some videos are gonna be hit-and-miss in terms of quality, search engine rankings, and traffic.
So don’t jump into things with high expectations of becoming stinking rich as quick as a lightning bolt.
What’s a Better Money-Making Solution?…
In my experience, the absolute best way to GUARANTEE your results when it comes to affiliate marketing is to learn new skills in the digital marketing arena.
Coupled with consistently working your socks off over a decent period of time.
So while Equinox is simple and easy for turning a buck, nothing really beats starting and growing an affiliate Biz from the ground up.
Or in other words, being the captain of your own ship instead of just leaving your success in the hands of other marketers and YouTube.
If you want WordPress websites, tools, step-by-step training & 24/7 support from a 2-million member community for earning a passive income…
Your buddy, Neil
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