Created by Brett Rutecky Video Auto Click is a product that allows you to make your own Facebook compatible marketing videos that will redirect users to a link of your choice.
What is the product?
Video Auto Click is a web application that allows users to create their own fully customised videos for Facebook. These videos can be set up to display a personalised graphic so that all of the videos that you upload follow your branding. You can also add link and video descriptions and arguably most importantly, provide a link that Video Auto Click will direct users to once they have finished watching your video. Video Auto Click uses YouTube videos and is designed to integrate with Facebook allowing you to post your videos to not just your own Facebook wall, but those of friends and most interestingly from a marketing standpoint, fan pages. Brett Rutecky says that his allows you to directly target your desired niche “where the traffic is”. The fundamental idea behind Video Auto Click is that you post reviews of products for a product in a given niche, people watch it and then are redirected to the website (via your affiliate link) where they see the full sales page. In this way you can make an income as an affiliate marketer without having the overheads of running a website etc. Video Auto Click also comes with an option to include retargeting code to ensure that people who have watched your videos before will see you newer uploads.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Because Video Auto Click takes advantage of two huge free resources (in the shape of YouTube and Facebook) the only real cost involved is in purchasing the product. This is a onetime charge of $97 which unfortunately doesn’t seem to come with any money back guarantee. In terms of the income potential, there are a number of different screenshots of Brett Rutecky’s affiliate accounts showing thousands of dollars earned in sales in a single day. No doubt we are expected to believe that this has been made though Video Auto Click.
Does the product provide value for money?
$97 is not terribly expensive however I am not entirely certain that the price is necessarily warranted for reasons that I shall explore below.
There are a few questions I have about the need for Video Auto Click to be completely honest. Whilst it seems to do everything that it claims, the fact is that you could feasibly embed YouTube videos and achieve similar results without the outlay. Whilst on the subject of YouTube, it brings me to my second point which is content. Realistically you will be using your own reviews when posting them on Facebook which means creating them. Whilst video content is a strong tool in the internet marketers repertoire it has to be engaging which means that if you were to use Video Auto Click you would still need to make videos that can hold a viewer’s attention for long enough for Video Auto Click to redirect them. These two things shouldn’t’ be enough to entirely put you off Video Auto Click however, the fact is that it does what it says on the package and the video preview can certainly help to pull in more viewers than a normal YouTube video. It is simply a case of weighing up if you want to pay for this.