Don't know about the program, but if the website is any indication then I'll pass. Mis-spelled word, gigantic video that takes time to load, crummy audio... no thanks.
And the guy says to "act quickly, because there are a limited number of copies of the software." Gee, I never realized that before. Maybe he should do a late-night TV commercial and throw in a "act within the next three minutes and we'll DOUBLE the offer (just pay additional shipping and handling)."
Their marketing plan is obviously geared towards an impulse buy path. Regardless of their marketing specifics it is probably a decent plan. At $39 US if they can get a lot of people that will use it only once to buy it, then that can add up in $.
Some of the infomercial 'isms they use are silly with regards to downloaded software. Of course all the other infomercial 'isms are there like, limited time price and supposed price comparisons.
Anyway, if as they say, the marketing video was done with their software then I would say it is worth $39 US for that functionality.
I was confused by the USP being communicated; I was confused by the potential riches I would garner; I was confused by the apparent description of what the program did - and this from a communication media company?
I was not confused by the yacht! I really want one of them.
[I]"Yes, it would be nice to know if that advertisement itself was done with the software."[/I]
It definitely isn't, it was done the way many popular channels on YT do it. Sheets of white paper, Sharpies and a rostrum camera. The software he's hawking doesn't do any human like colouring in at all. There's a video of how to use his software that makes the difference very obvious.
For the money it's a reasonable deal I guess but I'd be much more inclined to part with my money if it was truthfully promoted.
What makes you say that Bob? The demo of the guy actually using the software seems to show that it does. For the price, it's probably worth buying just to have in the tool bag. What puts me off is the dodgy nature of the website - looks like a con.
But, then ushere's friend has bought and used it.....??
well my friend, whose opinion i respect, is well pleased with what it can do at that price point.. i can't say anything further since i haven't as yet bought it, but i'm very likely to at that price - after all, it's not going to be as good as the real thing, but the real thing is either going to take me all day, or cost $100's - for just a quick bit of glitz....
here's the 'real' website, which isn't much of an improvement over the other one though: