Hi Guys, today I will talk about Tube Assist,
an automated tool that allegedly helps you to create more visits and subscribers on your
YouTube videos and channels. I will give you 6 reasons why I think you should avoid Tube
Assist at all costs. In my case Tube Assist did a lot of harm, almost destroyed my channel.
Long story short, I strongly believe Tube Assist is a scam. If you pay with your credit card, let’s say
American Express, you will immediately get a fraud alert from your credit card company.
Tube Assist is a registered fraud and scam debiting mandate. I wonder why. Tube Assist
guarantees you subscribers and views. But there is no legal base to back this up. So
if you don’t get visitors or subscribers, which you won’t, believe me… and good luck asking
them for your money back… a guarantee is a legal promise and a commitment of the company
to make it up for you. Serious companies will describe what that guarantee will include.
And hey, let’s be reasonable here. Are you kidding me? A fully automated view and subscriber
generator what you can setup in seconds? What is this: Wonderland? Don’t fall for it! And writing to their help support. Good luck
with that either. You will have more readers if you post it to an abandoned 1995 CompuServe
website’s guestbook. Looking for bad reviews and couldn’t find
any, right? It seems the only reviews you can find are positive. Like this one here
by Emily Altizer, who is telling us that Tube Assist is “Scam Proof”. Well, why is that?
Because Tube Assist will give you 50% of any purchase if you lure clients to their website.
That’s called an affiliate! Look at this guy, he has even deactivated the rating and also
disallowing to put any comments. That makes sense. And very dishonorable! Go ahead and
report this guy to YouTube as he is obviously selling scam through YouTube. So let’s see who is behind tubeassist.com.
Nice try. Tubeassist.com uses a service called Perfect Privacy which will allow them not
to reveal the registrant of their domain. That means they have disguised their identity
so you won’t be able to track them down by using services such as Whois. All we know
is that they have registered their website through Networksolutions.com. Which by the
way belongs to web.com. A website builder company that solely tries to lure people into
their website to subscribe to website building, and pays a good amount of money to everybody
that lures them into their website. Another huge affiliate company. Isn’t that a coincidence? So basically Tube Assist won’t do any of that
what it promises. They have released some nice videos telling you how it works. But
instead, it does something totally different. Their Video Share campaign will tell you that
they will share your videos by writing to a potential audience. What it does instead
is to write spam comments on random videos. Even to Arabs and Asian people across the
world, who even don’t understand English. Horrible: What you get next is a bunch of
people writing you comments about how much they hate you. And also report your comments
to YouTube as spam. And most disturbing, all those people won’t watch your videos, but
clickout right away. Which will lead to a huge retention rate, that means almost all
of the people you have spammed will only watch the first seconds of your video and click
away. This is something called bad YouTube SEO. When this happens, YouTube will rank
all your videos down. Now here is what happened to my channel after
using Tube Assist for only 7 days. I have to work my way up again, gain the trust of
YouTube which is months of work. Nice ey? They are too many clues. For instance watching
their videos, they look like some Russians did them. Watching their comments, they promise
you a bunch of things that should make you very suspicious! The conclusion: It looks too good to be true.
First of all no automation will help you with your views and subscriptions. Either you will
be excluded or banned from YouTube. Or YouTube and Google will just rank you down, which
is the most preferred way to do. Because Google doesn’t punish you right away. They will hit
you very hard, which they did in my case. Just to give you some lessons learned, and to let
you evolve from that, and not to do it again. Yes, YouTube is able to detect your automation
efforts in an instant. I should have known better. In my case, I fell for it. I couldn’t
find any negative reviews and lots of people were telling that it really works, because
they wanted that affiliate money. Unfortunately I couldn’t see through their scam until it
happened. Now seeing what damage it has done, all things made sense in an instant.
So, be aware! And look: Instead of telling you that how nice Tube Assist is in order
to gain profits, I just gave you the truth. Be decent enough to give me a thumbs up and
a nice comment. That’s all I want. Thanks guys!