Created by Andrew Fox, Video Jacker is a product that allows you to copy a websites layout and modify various aspects to make it “your own”.
What is the product?
Video Jacker is a web based application that allows you to “clone” any website of your choosing which you can then modify the contents of before ultimately uploading it to your own website. This is handled by a system that seems to be unique to Video Jacker that to its credit seems to have an intuitive interface. Andrew Fox says that this ultimately can be used to add your own content, opt in forms and videos and advertising, ultimately allowing you to leverage the impact of authority websites. I am not sold on this however as Video Jacker requires you to upload a website to your own URL which will ultimately have to be indexed in its own rights.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Video Jacker is available for a reduced price of $27 down from an alleged $197 usual value. This is for a limited time according to Andrew Fox. There is no mention of any money back guarantee which I would take to mean that there isn’t any refund policy. When it comes to income Andrew Fox says that Video Jacker isn’t a direct money making product and so doesn’t mention any potential income.
He does however say customers saw huge spikes in their promotions “by having the option to add their own bonuses and videos”. This vague statement doesn’t seem to be unique to Video Jacker however so I am inclined to dismiss this.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t think Video Jacker does provide value for money for reasons I shall explore below.
Video Jacker looks like a great product and idea on paper and frankly it genuinely seems to do what it advertises. There is one massive downfall with Video Jacker which lies in the fact that as Andrew Fox points out, if you do not obtain the website owner’s permission to clone their site then you cannot use it.
Given the fact that no website owner in their right mind would allow somebody to copy their website, especially to launch a rival product, Video Jacker is left as a pretty pointless product.