The product is advertised as powerful software that builds customized Amazon affiliate product stores on the fly. Then drives viral traffic with social contests, and boosts conversions with ready made video reviews (taken from Youtube).
But there are a number of reasons why I won’t be buying this product and cannot recommend it:
First, while the resulting Amazon product you can create is easy and fast to create, the end product in my opinion will not be good for SEO because everything is auto created so you end up with one of those cookie cutter type Amazon stores with no unique content which Google hates.
Second, it is not a wordpress theme or plugin. Rather, the store is hosted on a subdomain of Neal’s main domain and while you can point your store to your own unique domain you are losing all of the SEO benefits of having a wordpress site.
What this means is that you don’t actually download your store, or a plugin or anything like that. Instead you get a sub-domain on their server to host your store on. You can map your own customer domain name to their server if you prefer not to use their sub-domain, but I still think this will negatively impact on SEO.
It reminds me of the type of website I would get when many years ago I was promoting an MLM product. You had to use the developer’s website and point it to your domain.
Here is a demo site I came across created with the product: eStore
Additionally, it appears you have to pay extra depending on how many stores you want to build (1 store, 3 stores or 10 stores) as you do not get a broader license to build stores in the base offer unless you purchase their OTO.
The only think I actually liked about the product is that it had a very cool way of adding products and the products do display very nicely. The products appear in a grid like boxes on a page.
This software does have a feature that will search YouTube for a review video of the products you are selling and will then pull it into your products ‘details’ page, but on the demo page I looked at their were only a few posts that had videos.
There is a feature that you can have pop ups where you offer a chance to win say an Amazon gift card or other freebie to get visitors to sign up to your list, but there are lots of plugins on the market that can do already do this.
I only see this store generating income if you already have a niche Facebook Page about a certain type or product such as mushroom kits and you audience enjoys looking at the latest mushroom kits.
I would be curious what other Warrior Forum Members think about the product.
P.S. I know this is crazy, but despite the above I just gave in and bought the product because I love the clean layout of the design and if I can figure a way to get traffic to the stores without SEO they could possibly make money.