instaniche review

Instaniche Review – It Insta-Takes Your Money

If you’ve been using the internet for very long, then you’ve probably came across dozens of products and courses that claim they can make you thousands of dollars on autopilot just by clicking one magic button. Yet again, there’s a brand new one out on the market called Instaniche, and in this Instaniche review, hopefully we can find out a little bit more about not only this product, but also the many others that will most likely fall in its’ footsteps.

instanicheWhat Is Instaniche?

Instaniche claims to be revolutionary new software that will make you a brand new website in 60 seconds or less. The sales page goes on to claim that this brand new site will then earn you 4 or 5 figures monthly on complete autopilot without you ever having to do anything else to it.

As I’m sure you can already imagine, the old phrase “if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is” started screaming at me the moment I saw this sales pitch. After doing a bit more digging, I can easily see why.

Instaniche Review - what is instaniche

Who Is Instaniche For?

Honestly, the basic concept of the software isn’t all that bad. The pitch delivered on the sales page is actually right on the money as to what is required for a site to rank on the search engines. The problem is, I have to honestly doubt every other word that is on it.

With that said, I would truly say that Instaniche really isn’t for anyone. Sure, odds are that you will see some quick rankings, and possibly even get a sale or two from your “60 second website. However, I would also say that it will be a matter of days before your site drops off the search engines entirely.

Why is that? Well, continue reading below to gain a bit more of an understanding as to why I would avoid this software at all costs if you value your online business.

Instaniche Review

The biggest problem that I have with products such as Instaniche is that they all too often promise the world, separate hard working people from their money, and then disappear without a trace. This leaves the people who have fallen victim to them thinking that making money online is nothing more than a scammy pipedream.

Unfortunately, many people do fall victim to products like this. Even worse, many do often leave the world of online marketing before they even have a chance to get started.

While I wish that I could say Instaniche was different, just looking at the affiliate sales funnel already confirms some of my fears.

Instaniche Review

As you can see above, there are actually 4 different products that are offered to you in the form of both one-time sales offers as well as follow-up email offers. These upsells range in price from $47 all the way up to $200, but the most concerning thing is the name of one of them.

You see, Instaniche promises to deliver 100% unique content for your website that is created by their in-house writers. One of the upsells however, is actually for a content syndication service. Content syndication is, in no way shape or form, unique content.

The other big issue with this particular upsell is that the creator goes on, in video, to state that all of the content for Instaniche sites is written in-house and costs $10 per article. That’s actually not a bad rate for ghostwriting services, but the issue is that if that’s the case, then every single site that is built with Instaniche actually costs more than what they’re charging, and not just a little more either.

Even if each site were only 10 pages of content, that would cost them $100, and they’re only charging $47 for the service. Something really doesn’t add up there, does it?

The other big issue for this product is that it has a very high refund rate. If it truly does make you a 4 figure site in 60 seconds or less, then why have almost 20% of the people who bought it requested refunds.

Honestly, this product smells like a scam from a mile away.

So, What Would Be Better Than Instaniche?

As I previously mentioned above in this Instaniche Review, the sales page for this software does actually tell you about basic SEO and what is required in order for a website to have some decent rankings. As I also mentioned, that is where the honesty, I believe, ends.

If you’re really wanting to get started with internet marketing, there are a few things that you really need to have in your corner prior to doing so.

First, you need a quality training program that will take you step-by-step into learning how to create a profitable website and put quality content on it.

Second, this training needs to be current and updated to the most recent changes that the search engines and social platforms have made.

Third, you need to have a group of like-minded people that you can go to in order to find help, bounce ideas off of, and even just sit back and have a decent chat with from time to time.

So, if you’re looking for:

Instaniche Review Final Thoughts

One of the best things that you can do in order to avoid scams like Instaniche in the future is to always remember that making money online does actually take some work. Yes, it is very rewarding to have the ability to set your own schedules while making money passively, but initially, it does take a lot of work.

With that said, if you want to avoid many of the scams that are out there online, always remember that there simply is no such thing as a magic one touch button that will let you create online wealth. Making money online takes proper training, time, dedication, and effort.

InstaNiche

$47
InstaNiche
3.33333333333

Training

4/10

    Support

    2/10

      Overall Quality

      4/10

        Pros

        • Concept is OK

        Cons

        • Too many upsells
        • Confusing salespage
        • Content isn't 100% unique

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        Jay Neill

        Jay is the founder of Affiliate Resources, Inc. and a full time online marketing consultant who helps people get started in the world of affiliate marketing via live weekly training sessions. Read more about how Jay helps people get started online.

        Comments (23)

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          Shawn Martin

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          Hi jay!
          Thanks for your review.
          As in anything, you really need to do honest work to reap honest rewards and knowing you and your background that is number one in your work ethic.
          Cudos for sharing your choice for making money online, I and my company vouch for you and your options as they have never lead us astray.
          Keep up the great work!

          Shawn

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            Jay Neill

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            Thanks Shawn!
            I could not agree more as having a work ethic by using bootstrap methods is the way to go.

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          Miles

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          Jay, Great informational review on Instaniche. You were straight forward here and I liked how simply you explained the cons about this product. It was easy for me to read with the broken up paragraphs and images. I also like how incorporated WA @ the bottom for a recommendation. Great Page!

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            Jay Neill

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            Thanks Miles, appreciate it!

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          Jerry

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          Haha, “it insta-takes your money” made me laugh. I’m so glad I stumbled onto this. I would read their sales pitch and see that everything they said made a lot of sense. Of course as you said, there was a bunch of simplification and half-truths.

          I think I’ll give affiliate marketing a go once more. Thanks for your post.

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            Jay Neill

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            Thanks Jerry for your thoughts, we all need to be careful when it comes to sales pitches as the allure of false promises can get the better of us.

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          JoshyT

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          Hey Jay, it’s great to be informed of scams such as these, I’ll be sure to avoid at all costs. There is so much BS online these days, it can be very difficult to filter out the good ones.

          Luckily I have found one of them with Wealthy Affiliate, and the training that you provide there is top-notch. How long have you been in the affiliate marketing game?

          All the best bud!
          Josh

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            Jay Neill

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            Hey Josh,

            I’ve been working online for 10 years now and love every minute of it!

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          Michel

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          Thanks for this advice Jay. I actually took a look at Instaniche a while back and the sales page was so good I almost bought it, but then I thought what if all my hard work on my existing sites is ruined.

          I far prefer your recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate, as this seems more believable to me and there are no hyped up promises that are made here.

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          Jackie

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          Thanks for this post. As someone fairly new to the ‘make money online’ scene, I appreciate knowing about companies that are a sham. It’s hard to know which ones are legitimate and which are not. It seems I get an email every other day with a new one. I honestly don’t know how someone can feel good about dishonesty…or if they are so full of greed that it matters not to them. Thanks for the heads up on Insta Niche.

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          Gary

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          This is the first I’ve heard of InstaNiche. I admit, it’s a clever idea, but like most of these products, they’re designed to be sold, not necessarily work.

          Unique, readable content can’t be had cheap. A competent writer costs money. Most of these content syndicates are some type of content spinner.

          I’m sure you’re right Jay. InstaNiche would be a waste of money.

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            Jay Neill

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            Hey Gary,

            I personally think the best content comes from you!
            From there, you can outsource that said material or content concept to other people to bring it all together.

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          Josh

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          Hi Jay,
          Thank you for this great information I was considering trying Instaniche, however now that I have read your post I will avoid it like the plague. Through my research I have also learned it’s difficult to get a refund.
          I think I will just stick to Wealthy Affiliate!

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            Jay Neill

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            Great to hear that a bullet has been dodged! 🙂

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          Wying

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          Hi Jay,

          Thank you for such a informative review on Instaniche. I totally agree on you where running an online business need a lot of effort, time and patient. There is no free lunch in the world where you get to make money without sufficient hard work. This program seem like another scammer aiming at those people who still look for a way to make money avoiding website and content. The statement display on their ads with guarantee has make me confirm that it is another internet scam. This online business industry is fair enough where one can only achieve success with hard work and all the effort devoted will eventually pay off.

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          Bill Garland

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          SO MANY PEOPLE think short term, look for the easy way or have unrealistic thoughts when it comes time to find ways to better themselves.
          I found your method of tearing apart a scamming website and then building a positive vibe to reality to show that building in this direction does have merit was beautiful.

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          Syed Suhail Ahmed

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          Thank you for this informative post.

          The number of scams on the internet is uncountable these days and it’s great to see that you’re reviewing services like these to help people get rid of any possible scams they could have been involved with!

          I do agree it’s very important to have proper knowledge of how the SEO works to get rankings and even if a website does get ranked in 60 seconds or less, it would take a lot of effort to maintain those rankings.

          Thanks once again and I hope people do come across your review before considering Instaniche.

          Cheers,
          Suhail.

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          Daniel

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          Well Jay,

          At least I can say one more good thing for this. At least it honours a guarantee through which folks can get refunds. In my experience with some of these next-best-thing-come-along products, they offer refunds, and then on the JV page tell their affiliate they will like this product because they ensure them every sale is closed – an obvious contradiction of course, and that most of these are found at ClickSure, but this isn’t the only place they find their way into, including ClickBank sometimes! When I do reviews, I usually go after the advertising campaign and rip it apart when I find these. As bad as Instaniche is, as you have shown, there’s much worse out there, and so many people fall for any one of them so much they utilize an army of key affiliates to .bring ’em in. It’s a sad, sick scenario.

          Daniel

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          Linda

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          Hi Jay,
          You’ve made another great call here in identifying yet another Internet scam. It’s so unfortunate that people actually get taken in by these ludicrous claims because affiliate marketing is such an excellent way to make money online. It does require consistent, hard work but doesn’t everything of real value? After 5 months of proper training and diligent effort, I now have a website that’s steadily climbing in the Google Rankings. I know my content is unique and SEO friendly because I created it myself with the right guidance and support at Wealthy Affiliate.

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            Bruce

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            I purchased Instaniche and found out the hard way that it was a joke. When I tried to get a refund I got the run around big time. Pay Pal is the worst at getting your money back as well. John Gibb and Mo Miah the creators of this product are all about making money off innocent people unaware. If you see something from these guys run. Thank you Jay for providing honest info.

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          Andy

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          Hi, I bought Instaniche and built two sites. Today I went back and looked at them and they are not there. I cannot even locate the instaniche domain for support. Hmmm. I will need to rebuild my sites again elsewhere. Avoid John Gibb and Mo Miah.. I concur with your scam opinion.
          (Apologies- in my previous post I said Instamate, not instaniche. Different products entirely.)

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          Wendy Finlayson

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          Hi, just want to add my experience. I built a website with Instaniche, then just like Andy above, when I went to check work on it some more, it was gone. The company itself seems also to be gone. In my experience it takes $1000’s of dollars of training, trial and error and lots of persistence and patience to make it online. Even then, you have to be prepared to lose money and fail many times before you have success….not for the faint-hearted. It reminds me that sometimes people who have a steady job that brings in their livelihood week in and week out without them having to continually hustle should count their blessings instead of thinking they’re missing out on a better life. Online marketing is never ending stress and hassle. A few are successful, most are not.

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