Zero To A Million by Andrei Jikh Review – Is It Really Worth The Money?

If you’ve been hoping to make good success using the power of YouTube and wonder if there are good training programs, welcome to my Zero To A Million Review. Andrei Jikh may be the one you should follow to start making money online. Thousands of internet business owners thrive to establish their brands in many ways. It is possible for anyone to succeed in YouTube marketing, but the question is, how long does it take? You want to avoid wasting months & months of trials and errors. Then you need a real successful someone to teach you all the formulas. Zero To A Million may be the one for you. If you are serious about it, read on. 

Zero To A Million Review

Product Name:

Zero To A Million

Website URL:


YouTube marketing


Andrei Jikh



What Is Zero To A Million?

Zero To A Million is a video training course that teaches you how to make money by establishing your brand on YouTube. The tutor, Andrei Jikh himself has a YouTube channel with 1.7 million subscribers, and he shares his various marketing techniques. You will get to learn;

  • How to create visually compelling content that is expertly crafted to build an audience.
  • How to structure videos so that people will actually click and watch your videos.
  • The method Andrei used to earn over a million subscribers in less than two years using the YouTube algorithm.

Zero To A Million course will cost you a one-time fee of $495 in advance that includes 70+ tutorial videos plus a few graphic templates. Optionally, you can get one-hour-a-week group coaching sessions for 6 months for $2,000 extra.

Zero To A Million by Andrei Jikh Review

Who Is Zero To A Million For?

Zero To A Million course (ZTAM) is for those who are willing to

  • Regularly publish valuable videos on YouTube, 
  • Gain trust from the viewers over time, 
  • Establish themselves as a brand, and
  • Make a living from it.

There is fierce competition in YouTube marketing, and you may have a rough idea of what it takes to be part of it. You need to express yourself comfortably on video. It’s time-consuming, and it takes a good effort to get used to it. Not for someone with speech problems like me - it’s not impossible, but there are more rewarding ways to win trust from the audience.

Andrei says that you should never try to be “perfect” because no one is, but it’s important to bring out your unique personality confidently. Andrei is friendly, I think what he says is very easy to digest, and the number of YouTube channel subscribers proves it. But whether his talking/teaching style suits you or not is up to you to decide. I strongly recommend you to watch his YouTube videos - at least a few - before you decide to enroll in the ZTAM course. 

The Course Creator Andrei Jikh

Andrei Jikh

Andrei Jikh created his YouTube channel in 2017 but became active in 2019 and has been constantly publishing videos a few times a week about “making money”. Mainly about cryptocurrency investment, some stock investment, and a little bit of real estate also. The fact that his channel has over 1.7 million clearly proves that his videos are useful for those who wish to build investment knowledge and learn tips. 

He became a YouTube millionaire within a year, so he’s turned to teaching, sharing the secret to building a brand and growing an audience so quickly.

Can This Course Make You a Million-Dollar YouTuber?

Of course not. Well, I’m sure it’s possible. But there are some people who often criticize training courses or coaching programs for not giving the students the same level of success that the tutors have. Unless the tutor boldly says “you too will become exactly like me with this course”, those who criticize may be missing the point.

If a textbook can easily turn you into a copied version of the book author, that author isn’t special enough to copy in the first place...agree? 

There are two types of tutors; one is tutors who make a living by sharing their knowledge. The other one is those who share their successful experience and charge for it because they think it’s valuable. Andrei is clearly the latter, and he never says “I’m going to make you a millionaire”. He teaches you step-by-step how to build a profitable brand online because, with his method, that’s the key part of it. 

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The Pricing

For a one-time fee of $495, Zero To A Million gives you access to 70+ training videos, plus Photoshop templates and LUT (color grade “Look Up Table”) pack. The videos are constantly updated based on feedback from the students.

Andrei also offers a class coaching package for $2,495. The price includes everything from ZTAM, plus access to group coaching sessions (for 6 months) and the members-only Discord group.

Like any other self-study course and coaching bundle, if you are self-motivated, you may find the 70+ video tutorials enough to get your own YouTube channel going and apply all the techniques you've learned. But if you find yourself struggling and feel you need hands-on help, you can consider receiving the coaching service at a later day. Although it's not exactly cheap, neither is any other coaching program.

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

Andrei offers a “no catch, no question asked” 30-day refund guarantee policy. Even if you’ve watched all the videos, as long as you contact Andrei within 30 days of purchase, you’ll get a full refund. 

We hear a lot about the increasing number of time-wasters/freebie takers nowadays. Many tutors and digital product sellers suffer a financial loss because of them. So to stop people from repeatedly purchasing and requesting the money-back, they often make the refund policy conditional. “You must prove that you’ve followed all the required steps”, for example. 

Whereas Andrei’s non-conditional refund policy may suggest how truly confident he is with what he delivers, and may also suggest that his income from this course is no object to him. 

Zero To A Million Pros and Cons


  • You will learn essential YouTube marketing success techniques.
  • The tutor Andrei Jikh himself is a popular YouTuber.
  • 30-day non-conditional money-back guarantee.
  • The course itself is a brand in its own right, priced $495.


  • May not be affordable for everyone.
  • The coaching group is only for 6 months.

Zero To A Million Review - Conclusion:

What I like about the pricing of Zero To A Million is that it's offered as a true value.

What I mean is, have you ever seen a course tutor who offers tons of bonuses and claims their program is worth tens of thousands of dollars, then immediately slashes the price by 99%? I find it so fake - well, it is fake, it's just a marketing trick and they're deliberately doing it. But if you think the service you're proudly offering is truly worth $20k, why would you lower yourself down and sell it for $200?

I like the fact that Andrei Jikh doesn't falsely blow up the "value" of his training program or add 20 useless ebooks as a bonus just to sell. $495 is the price he thinks is worth, and so he's selling it for that price. As a user/student, if you think it's too expensive, there are thousands of cheaper courses elsewhere. You'll be paying for the brand - you'll be paying that amount because you want to learn from him. Whether you feel that way or not, watch his YouTube videos and decide.

YouTube marketing is extremely competitive, and there are thousands of "make money by YouTube marketing" courses out there already. You'll be wasting your time if you keep looking for something entirely new or a cheat shortcut. Instead, Zero To A Million teaches you how to highlight your personal strength and stand out from the crowd as a unique brand. Andrei Zikh himself is living proof, and I believe he'll help you make a long-term, sustainable success on YouTube.

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About the author 

Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. Hi, Ray. Thank you for the useful review of Zero to a Million. I have never heard his name but I was interested, watched a few of his Youtube videos. It sounds like he’s a true pro, and if I follow his steps I’m convinced I’ll definitely learn some secrets to get some new audience. I agree with you on the pricing and refund policy. I think because the online marketing industry is increasingly becoming competitive, a lot of teachers are suffering losses from their own refund policy. People like Andrei are in stronger positions, but that doesn’t justify the quality of the training. You have certainly confounded me with an issue that I never thought about before. Thank you for the mind-boggling review.

    1. Hi Clair, thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’ve never been a course tutor or sold a product myself so I can’t speak for them, but with that said, from a user/student’s point of view, the only things that matter are how comprehensive the course is and whether it will help you get good results. I’m sure you agree. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it.

  2. There is something fishy going on here. I never heard of him. If it only took a year for him to become a millionaire, it might only take a year to vanish as well. If he is good for crypto, why can’t he teach that instead? If the money is not object why can’t he teach for free?

    1. Hi, I don’t know what or why you find it “fishy” but if you don’t know Andrei Jikh, you could google and easily find out a lot about him. Your “vanishing within a year” logic doesn’t make sense either. And he does teach crypto, indeed. On YouTube for free. And lastly, “money is no object” does not mean you don’t value things in life. You’re missing the point. You charge for the service/product that you provide, for any amount that you think is worth it. Anyway thanks for your comment.

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