In my Instaniche review, I will check out some of the claims that the creators make about this website building software and see whether they add up.
What is Instaniche – Is Instaniche a scam? – or is this some revolutionary software that could catapult you into thousands of dollars of profit per month? Let’s check it out…
Product: Instaniche (http://www.instaniche/io)
Creator: Mo Miah, John Gibb
Price: $39 for one site, $49 for unlimited sites.
Overall Rating: 20/100
Review In brief: Impressive software in a way, but what a waste! It does not do what it says on the tin. It’s impossible to guarantee page 1 rankings – especially with the inferior keywords this software often spits out. The content provided is spun and not readable, you have limited control over your sites. I do not recommend this program. Learn about affiliate marketing here!
What Is Instaniche?
My guess is that if you found this article, you probably already know a little bit about instaniche, so I will keep this explanation brief.
Instaniche is essentially a software that will create niche websites in a matter of seconds.
You choose your niche, you choose a template and images and you can choose articles to add to your site.
With a click of a button, you can also monetize your website by linking up with amazon and the program will find the best selling popular products to promote via your website.
Once you’ve set up your site, it’s plain sailing, you just have to lay back and enjoy the cash start rolling in… Happy days!
Oh yes, you needn’t worry, this software guarantees your posts and pages will land on google page 1 – within one week!
Well, that’s the claim.
Let’s take a look at some of the claims….
THE Instaniche Promise, (and why it CAN’t deliver!).
- “Google page 1 rankings are guaranteed at will,” (at will… really?)
- Up to 52 thousands + dollars in amazon sales they’ve clocked up from these niche sites, (maybe – but not by using THIS software!).
- The best most profitable keywords chosen by this site, (no they aren’t)
- Completely unique content, (yep, but it’s spun content by a computer so, it’s unreadable).
- Limited niches available – what happens if 1000+ sign up to the same one? As if many of these niches aren’t saturated enough.
Google Page 1 Ranking Claim
The only possible method at getting google page 1 rankings “at will” is by using black hat methods, (cheating google).
While this may work temporarily, then any site employing those methods risk a high probability of being shut down at any time.
It’s more likely however, that the claim of guaranteed rankings is just something to convince you to sign up.
To get a page 1 ranking via SEO methods can take weeks, or even months. Especially if you’re talking about a brand new site.
It can take 3-6 months before google starts even begins to trust your site.
The only other way you get page 1 rankings super quickly, is either because the niche has such low competition that you literally have no one to compete with and Google ranks you quickly.
Or – because you’re employing black hat techniques to get there.
In all other cases, ranking your posts via SEO methods, such as using keyword research – takes time.
They claim you can have posts on page 1 within a week – good luck with that!
How They’ve Made Thousands In Amazon Commissions…
I’m sure they have made a fortune with amazon, after all – they are experienced and successful marketers.
But their success has nothing to do with this software. Their highly successful sites will not be created with spun content and poor quality keywords.
This software, is just a creation for newbies and this sort of program, is exactly why so many go on to think that making money online must just be impossible.
They’re told something will work for them over night, that it’s easy, that there is no chance they can fail — then they fail and they don’t know what went wrong.
Google will only reward unique content, this is true. But it also needs to be quality content.
Spun articles are just regular articles that are chucked into a spinning software and spat out into something new – something “original.”
A computer, (as yet) can unfortunately not create believable and engaging content like a person can.
So, it will end up reading like the work of a robot that’s high on crack.
It’s not something anyone would want to read – it certainly wouldn’t make anyone trust your judgement enough that they’d want to actually buy something!
Therefore, you’d need to rewrite these articles.
With a limit on the niches available, (250 at the time of writing) what if a tonne of people just all go for identical niches?
Realistically, there will probably only be a top bunch that really appeal to people and I imagine these will also be commonly talked about ones already…
such as in the dog niche, which they use as an example themselves.
So, this software if going to come up with unlimited super unique keywords that all relate to the same niche and they are ALL going to end up on page 1?
They do realise there are only 10 spots on page 1 of google, right?
Instaniche – Good Concept: Shame it’s a fantasy!
It’s a very cool idea to have a software create everything for you and start creating you amazing profits off the bat.
The software itself is good at what it actually does, but as for creating a profitable niche website for you – that doesn’t add up.
It’s a nice fantasy – but if it was a reality, these guys could charge thousands of dollars for this because they’d be sitting on a goldmine.
Would they be giving away the golden ticket for 39 bucks? Or 49 for UNLIMITED websites!?!
Instaniche: The Price – The Hook
They price this program low to hook people in – once they’re in and buy into this, they will be able to sell further upsells to them.
What they hope is that people will not be after refunds and will either just forget about it and move on, (only $39 after all…)
Or that people may think that by buying an upsell, they can then become successful.
I have heard that many people are already claiming refunds and have not had any response from the owners – as it’s a 30 day money back guarantee, they should get their money back, eventually.
(Let me know in the comments if you’re reading this and have had any problems!)
Profitable Keywords: Only One Step!
Even if this software did choose great quality keywords every time, this is only part of the story with keyword research.
To have a hope of making it on to page 1, you also need to check out the SERPS!
The SERPS just stands for search engine results page and it’s the top results in google for your keyword that you need to check out.
If the front page is full of authority sites, with a high domain and page authority – your chances of outranking them are next to zero.
Using a free tool like Moz Bar can help you check this out.
To learn all about legit SEO, check out this program!
Cheeky Countdown Timer!
On the sales page for Instaniche, they have a very popular marketing tool right there to put the pressure on!
The dreaded countdown timer!
This tactic is employed to create a sense of urgency in the buyer, that they may miss out if they don’t take up the offer right there and then.
Total bullshit of course. You can come back later, tomorrow – or next week. If the program exists, you will be able to purchase it.
To amuse myself, I waited until the timer ran out.
What happened? Did the site explode – did it shut down and disappear out of my grasp for all eternity? Did I actually…. MISS OUT!?
No, of course not. Nothing happened. The timer remained at zero and I could have purchased the program whenever I wanted.
PROS VS CONS
- Simple to use software creates amazon niche site in seconds.
- Ranking in google with these sites will not be easy, you’ll have to generate your own traffic and not rely on organic traffic.
- Spun content would need to be rewritten.
- You can’t choose your own amazon products.
- Limited control over your sites.
- Unrealistic earning claims.
- Limited niches means possible over saturation.
- Keyword tool doesn’t give you the best low competition keywords, making it even harder to rank.
- Keyword research isn’t the only factor involved in ranking your content.
- I’m seeing complaints pop up: Not being issued a refund, websites crashing, technical issues, membership area crashing, no response to emails, poor customer service.
Conclusion: Is Instaniche A Scam?
The creators of Instaniche had a great idea… if only a software like this could exist and work, it would be worth a lot more than $39.
That said, it would also mean the end of niche sites, because everyone would be able to build them in seconds with no effort and then – in the end -nobody would win.
Niche sites now are hopefully moving beyond the tacky poor quality sites that used to exist in the past and you now have some really high quality sites in very particular niches, that really do provide value.
For the reasons I’ve clearly outlined, I don’t feel that Instaniche can live up to the massive claims on their website – practically guaranteeing your success and page 1 rankings.
I do not recommend Instaniche – while I don’t claim it’s an outright scam, there are clearly gaping holes in its ability to deliver anything like what they suggest it will.
The Challenge – Finding Decent Programs!
Internet marketing is full of really poor products, as well as outright scams.
And plenty of successful marketers practically fall over themselves to promote them, because they know that programs with outrageous claims of overnight success will SELL really well.
But through it all, there are some reasonable programs out there that do deliver.
You can check out my review section, for good reviews. Or – You can Check out my personal recommendation here.
What do you think, is Instaniche a scam? If you’ve had any experience with this program, I’d love to hear about it.
I just love these websites and people who test these kind of products like “InstaNiche” because other people (like i need) need a lot of experiences about the site theyÂ´re going to invest their own time and money into.
Keep up the good work, the review is very well made and your site is going to be helpful for many people. IÂ´m going to subscribe your site!!!
Hi – thanks for your comment. Yes that’s the thing, people waste days, months, years….and sometimes thousands of dollars on products that end up being a waste of time and they do it over and over. Unfortunately there aren’t many good programs out there…..people want to hear that you can make money at the push of a button, it doesn’t work that way. But plenty of people will try and make you believe it does! All the best
Thanks for the information! I really appreciate all the posts reviewing these types of programs. When I looked the program over, it definitely looked enticing. In fact, I might have actually given it a try myself! After reading your review though, it seems they definitely don’t deliver on all their promises.
Hey Rob – you’re welcome. Yes I think it would look enticing to many people coming online. The sales pitch really goes all out to make you think you’ll make easy money on autopilot with Instaniche…. who wouldn’t want to create amazing profitable sites at the click of the button? Too bad it doesn’t work that way.
Hi, I think it is easy to agree with you about Instaniche. Claiming guaranteed top ranking cannot be serious. This alone is enough for me.
But at one point, in one subtitle you say ‘good idea’, I cannot agree with it. This cannot work, so this cannot be a good idea.
But I did not understand the pricing, $49 for unlimited sites, what does this mean? The same amount paid for 2 sites and for 43 or 123? If they are all automatically created with computer-generated pages/posts, then why would you limit yourself to any number? Why not going indefinitely? Do not understand this.
Hey jovo – yes Instaniche really claim to guarantee top rankings, which is really shooting themselves in the foot before they start. I understand where you’re coming from with the “good idea,” aspect – but what I mean is, the concept of a software that could do everything for you is a good idea. Unfortunately, they can’t deliver on the software doing everything effectively and to create something that would is a fantasy. Yes $49 is for unlimted sites apparently – whether 2 or 20… but obviously, this can’t be right either. I guess there would be no point going on indefinitely once people realise the first time that it doesn’t work at all.
Hey Nat! I love your site and the way you organized the contents and information! I also like how I was reading your posts and it felt like I was having a convo with you face to face! It’s pretty obvious you have done research and the info you provided is very helpful for many who are out there searching for the “right” thing. God bless and best wishes!
Hi crystal, thank you – I appreciate your comments :). I’m pleased you enjoyed having a read and hope to hear from you again. All the best.
Vikas Dhiman says
Instaniche is a scam, I bought it and read their promo stating 30days money back guarantee. But they don’t refund you, a) their email firstname.lastname@example.org bounces every time, and b) the support through members.instaniche.io only allows you to raise the ticket but they never respond to that.
I sent them email just after 15 days of buying the membership but my mails get bounced, and the tickets raise till date not answered.
Don’t buy it IT A TOTAL SCAM
Thank you very much for your comment – it’s important people speak out about these things. I hope you manage to get your refund from instaniche!!
I lost out by buying into this. What an unethical business it seems to be. Unwary newbies are sucked into buying “shiny objects” that are claimed to be wonderful in sales patter but disclaimed in the tiny print and then the door is shut after purchase. These bad boys deserve to be banned from major vendor platforms. I had even paid to “resell” but I had no knowledge how I was ever going to do so, if at all. I just got sucked in like a fool. I now have more wariness about the IM scene, after wasting loads of my hard-earned income on one shiny object and subscription after another. Is any “genuine” and ethical help available? I will follow this site and learn more. I am warming to those who expose cheats and scammers. Bravo! (An old veteran).
Hey David… Thanks for taking the time out to comment! Yes, I have had some people contact me directly about this. To be honest, weariness about the IM scene is very wise! Most of it is total BS… anything promising quick results with little effort, (for example,) avoid at all costs. I’d also avoid high ticket items, because there’s no need for someone new online to pay out a large amount to learn the basics and many high ticket programs are over priced and target newbies online. Alternatively, they’ll be low cost on the front end, (which will be the hook) but then there will be relentless upsells that you’ll feel compelled to buy. Yet, always something will seem like it’s missing! I recently wrote a post outlining some success stories online – they all outline a few ways that you could potentially make money legitimately. Hope that helps! Thanks, Nat