Here is Steve’s review on the product, Ultimate eBook Creator. This is a non-health product review! Instead, it is a review on a software for creating eBooks.
First of all, a disclaimer: Steve has not purchased nor used Ultimate eBook Creator software, hence all opinions are based off of Steve’s first impression of the Ultimate eBook Creator advertisement and the provided info on its affiliate page. Basically, this is Steve’s ad review as an independent affiliate of the product!
So let’s have Steve give a summary for this product. Please do note once more that this is not a health product! This is a computer software to assist the user in creating eBooks. It provides a multitude of functionalities in order to facilitate the creation of an eBook with a fair layout. The created eBooks can be saved in multiple formats which would facilitate the uploading of those eBooks to eBook marketing sites. Although Steve usually does reviews on health products, Steve could not help but also do a review on an eBook creator because Steve writes short stories and hopes that Steve will be able to publish stories one day with ease. As for whether the Ultimate eBook Creator can assist Steve in this endeavor, that will be up to the ad Steve will soon be doing a review for.
Before stepping into the ad, Steve wants to clear up the reason why there is no images on this page for Steve’s review. It seems that the owners of Ultimate eBook Creator did not provide any resources for affiliate marketers to use. This was a disappointment to Steve, especially since Steve can’t simply get a random image online then use it to promote this product. It definitely lowered Steve’s impression of the product because it seems that the product owners don’t want to put any effort into marketing the product, and with a glance of the ad, Steve can clearly see the lack of effort placed into the design of the page.
With Steve’s first glance of the ad, Steve notices everyone’s best friend, the long and small scroll bar. Well, at least they put a video at the top instead of just having text; however, in exchange, it seems they took out most of the images. I’m not sure if they are just being lazy or that they don’t have images in stock, but Steve believes a lack of images with lots of text definitely reduces the attractiveness a lot. Steve then started the video in hopes for an interesting video of some sort; however Steve was disappointed. The video was simply an instructional video on how to use the software! At this point, you don’t even have the software, let alone use it! This sort of instructional video should just be a part of the software package. Showing this video here doesn’t really tell us how much easier it is to use the software, especially if it’s a simple screen share with a monotone voice narrating it. A lack of attractive images in addition to an instructional video targeted at viewers who does not own the software. Steve is so tempted to click the close button, but Steve will continue to read on for the sake of this review. After all, it’s not like the software itself is a scam, it’s simply more down to earth weak marketing tactics.
As Steve scrolls down the ad, Steve notices many descriptions and claims of how it is so difficult to get your eBook accepted into publishing sites like Kindle due to formatting issues. Steve is unsure if everyone has the same issue, but at least Steve is sure that the owner claims that this software would get the formatting right. It even claims you will get in on the first time with no worries about formatting ever again! Hopefully Kindle or other publishing sites decide to never change their formatting criteria because if they did, this software might not be up-to-date as it seems to be a one-time purchase type of software.
Then, Steve also notices lots of options regarding all of the different functions that could be added into an eBook with the software. It claims you could create interactive eBooks, coloring books, adventure path eBooks, and more; however, will creating all of these be as simple as creating an eBook as shown in the video? Steve thinks it probably won’t be as easy. Even if it was just as easy, Steve doesn’t believe what was shown in the video to be easy as there were so many steps! Too many steps may over-complicate things, making it harder for new users to learn to use the software. Also, most software in modern times usually have auto compilation functions that are built in to facilitate all processes, and these functions usually happen in the background while the user only sees a user-friendly interface where they could input the required parameters. On the other hand, this software seems to require you to manually go through a lot of steps in order to perform simple functions, which seems to be a fairly high learning curve for new users.
Then Steve saw the no-go for MAC users label for the software. Apparently, the software was only built for Windows. Although it claims that you could use it on MAC through a PC emulator, honestly, there’s no point in doing that! Usually a PC emulator on MAC would require you to basically pay for a PC. Also, emulation usually downgrades the performance of whatever software you are emulating, depending on how much resources (RAM) you have on your MAC to share with the emulator. Unless you already have a PC emulator on your MAC, Steve believes its not worth it to have an emulator just for one eBook software.
Finally, there was a claim of a 60-day money back guarantee like most other products; however what struck Steve as odd was how the owner could deactivate your product. Of course, Steve agrees that the deactivation of your product makes sense as you asked for your money back; however, what Steve is worried about is how the software goes about deactivating your product. In order for the software to know that it’s time to deactivate, there must be some sort of connection between your computer and the software owner’s device. As for whether this connection is safe or not, Steve does not know. Maybe it’s a simple connection to a software for updates to the software, but if that were the case, Steve really wonders why you simply couldn’t have a function built into the software for requesting money back instead requiring a personal email.
That is all Steve has to comment on for the ad for Ultimate eBook Creator. As for Steve’s current verdict for this product, it is still being determined with the help of everyone one of you out there. Like always, Steve shall update this post if Steve finds more aspects to criticize, or maybe when Steve buys the product for Steve’s future partner to try, which can be far into the future. Now go here and pick faults with this product now or try it out~