Created by Matt Bush, Instant Video Machine Deluxe is being marketed as a complete business opportunity that will give users access to their own video agency business.
What is the product?
Instant Video Machine Deluxe is being sold on the back of a rather interesting pitch, namely that by using his product, Matt Bush claims that you will be able to start making money selling video adverts with a focus on local videos. If you purchase Instant Video Machine Deluxe you get access to 3 main things. The first of these is a WordPress plugin that will automatically set up the website for your new video agency business. This includes the second part of Instant Video Machine Deluxe which are a number of demo videos, 50 to be precise. These feature “professionally trained actors” as well as various CGI based videos, all of which demonstrate how a company’s logo and marketing can feature.
Finally Instant Video Machine Deluxe comes with information on how to use the product itself. This covers a number of topics from setting up your website to touting for business and arguably most importantly, how to outsource videos that your clients commission. This is essentially the core of Instant Video Machine Deluxe as a premise.
That you demo what “you” can do through your website and when you get a commission, you go straight to the demo’s creator where you can commission a full advert, often for just $5 as Instant Video Machine Deluxe does place a strong focus on the fiverr platform.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
At the time of writing Instant Video Machine Deluxe is being sold at a rate that Matt Bush claims is massively discounted. This means that you can get the whole of Instant Video Machine Deluxe for just $25.95 a figure which is claimed to be a massive reduction on the usual cost of $97 (although I find it highly unlikely this higher rate will be charged). Instant Video Machine Deluxe does come with a 30 day money back guarantee however this is provided directly which means dealing with Matt Bush for your refund.
In terms of the income potential, Matt Bush seems to heavily push the notion that you can make $1,000 per video however I find this highly unlikely, as I also do the claim in his “testimonial” for Instant Video Machine Deluxe that one of his students has made over $5,000.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I see little about Instant Video Machine Deluxe that I would consider value for money and as such I would recommend avoiding it.
As far as products go I simply don’t see what the target market for Instant Video Machine Deluxe really is. I think that it’s a stretch to imply it is a business in a box and I certainly don’t think that anybody using it will make close to what Instant Video Machine Deluxe claims. The fact is that video marketing only works in certain niches and those websites tend to already have a video in place.
There is more but the long and short of Instant Video Machine Deluxe is that it feels rather cobbled together and lacks substance and as such I would be inclined to give it a miss.