Explaindio Review – Do not buy
This review does not contain an affiliate link. For if you are still willing to buy after you read this, I failed and do not deserve to be paid.
Explaindio 3 Review
I will sort my concerns into technical and … I nearly want to say “ethical”. This review will be relatively short because I have wasted a lot of time that I need to prepare a video for my new product, “DMN Brain Booster”.
So … you watch the sales video and it looks all fabulous. Professional looking videos with great music, animation, and whatnot.
Then you hear the price: Only USD 69 for the professional and USD 59 for the personal version. Annually that is.
Nice, sure thing – why not?
I knew the 2.0 version and assumed they have improved since then. They have improved. Their presentation.
The software is in version 3 (3.9? I forgot after I uninstalled..) as crashy and laggy as in Version 2.
Other than that, I have not used it long enough to discover any hidden technical problems. The user interface is nasty and not intuitive at all.
If everything else was fine, I would not mind the horrible translation of the example texts. I guess if you like someone, you are more willing to overlook errors.
The bad stuff
Listen, I make my living from selling my coaching service and my products. There is nothing wrong with making money IF you offer buyers value. There is nothing wrong with getting paid for your effort of reviewing a product. IF your review is trustworthy.
Did you ever wonder why so many affiliate marketers do not make it? Part of the reason is ethics. It’s not a sustainable business model to rip people off, disappoint them or give them false advice.
Upselling is a good thing if you offer buyers additional value. It is a very bad thing if you want them to pay for what you tricked them into believing they get with the first purchase.
The real price of Explaindio 3
You know? Maybe I would pay 1k per year for high quality videos. Just don’t be shady about the price of your product.