Profit Injector – Scam or Legit Way To Make Money With YouTube? [Review]

Welcome to my review of Profit Injector.

This is a new ClickBank product launch from Jamie Lewis that claims you can “cut yourself off a piece of a 1.2 billion dollar market”. Apparently, Jamie is going to show you how to score free YouTube video ads.

Sounds cool, but is it legit or just another scam?

Read on…

Profit Injector Review

The Profit Injector site ( features a video with Jamie Lewis telling you that you’ve received a ‘special invitation’ to watch. He talks about getting your slice of a multi-billion dollar market, while sitting at a table full of cash (lol).

He also shows screenshots of massive paydays and living a life of luxury.

This is definitely a bit ‘hypey’ like many other ClickBank products I’ve reviewed. Such as Fast Cash App and Ecom Cash Crusher.

But it’s also kind of humorous, so I think it’s pretty obvious he’s taking the piss and that you shouldn’t take that stuff 100% seriously.

And the fact is, Jamie is a successful online marketer. Despite some of the shenanigans in the sales material, he knows his stuff.

In any case, that doesn’t mean that THIS method of making money, is the reason he’s so successful. Nor does it mean it will help you reach that same level of success.

He’s been at this for many years, this is just one of his products and one method he uses to make money.

So what’s this all about anyways?

Profit Injector is all about placing ads on existing YouTube videos. The idea is to find videos that are not yet monetised, contact the owner of the video and strike a deal to place ads within the description of the video.

For $37, you get some basic training on how all of this works, and some tools to make your task of placing ads on the right videos, more efficient. There are also several upsells totalling almost $600, that you are hit with immediately after buying.

Read on to learn more about how this works.

How Does Profit Injector Work?

The way Profit Injector works is pretty straightforward. You are placing ads within the description of other people’s videos, so you can earn affiliate commissions.

Here’s an overview of the process to show you what I mean…

The first step is to find YouTube videos that have at least some traffic, but are not monetising that traffic. In other words, they don’t have a link within the description of the video that makes them money.

Second, if you haven’t already done so, you’ll need to create a free ClickBank account. Because the way you are going to be earning money is with affiliate marketing. Which is where you earn commissions when others buy stuff through your unique affiliate links.

Third, you need to contact the owner of the video to see if they’re interested in adding your affiliate link, or a link to your funnel, within the description of their video. Obviously they’ll want something in return, at which point you can either pay them or negotiate splitting your profits with them.

This creates a ‘win win’ scenario for both you and the owner of the video.

The vide owner earns money from a video they weren’t making money on previously. And you get what is essentially ‘free’ advertising, if you share your affiliate profits with them.

At least, there’s no out of pocket expense for you.

As you can imagine through, finding all of these videos that meet the criteria is going to be a mammoth task. Which is why members get access to tools and resources that help automate this process.

To sum it up… this method of making money can definitely work. Because you are getting clicks on your affiliate links which means a percentage of people will buy something.

However, there are definitely some drawbacks as I explain…

Is Profit Injector a Scam?

Profit Injector is not a scam in my opinion.

There’s definitely some of the usual hype within the sales material I’ve come to expect from these ‘make money online’ sites. But Jamie Lewis does know his stuff and what he is teaching you can work to generate revenue online.

Not to mention, there’s a 60 day money back guarantee with ClickBank for peace of mind.

Either way, don’t expect this to start making you baller money right out of the gate. Jamie might be super successful, but that doesn’t mean that this is his ‘secret’ to how he got there.

Building ANY online business takes time, effort and persistence, and this is no different.

And as I said there are drawbacks with this model.

The first major downside to this is that you could spend a LOT of time searching for videos and dealing with video owners, for a small amount of income.

Even if you land some really high traffic videos, only a small percentage of people will actually click the link in the description. That’s just how it is. So this is definitely a longterm gig.

The second downside is that the owner of the video you are advertising on, OWNS the content. So they could easily turn around at ANY point (after all of your hard work) and decide to replace your affiliate link with their own!

This is easy for them to do, and they have every motivation to do so.

The good news here is that there are ways you could get around this. For example, you could link to a high converting email funnel instead. Because this will make you (and them) more money down the road and give the owner less motivation to scrap you. Since they probably have no idea what a ‘funnel’ even is.

In any case, my point here is that there’s risk involved and it’s a very real risk.

I personally prefer to build my own audience, by publishing my own content, so that I control the asset. Because the video itself is THE most important asset of all.

And if I am going to spend all that time and effort looking for ‘ad opportunities’ I’d  establish some very clear ground rules with each owner. So that they can’t cut me out at any time they want.


Profit Injector is a new ClickBank product that helps you generate affiliate revenue by placing ads on existing YouTube videos. It is not a scam and it is a viable method for making money if you can generate enough clicks.

However, as I explained earlier, there are drawbacks to consider before diving in. And like any online (or offline) business, it takes time and effort to get real results.

What you decide to do is up to you, I hope this review has been helpful either way.

2 thoughts on “Profit Injector – Scam or Legit Way To Make Money With YouTube? [Review]”

  1. Thank You so much for your review. I want to have a online side business and was almost tempted to purchase this gig. Glad I read your info first!


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