Product Name: Copy Paste Cash
Product Owner: Opportunex
What is it?
A site offering training for making money online while also providing a ‘earn money fast’ approach with users posting ads on classified sites.
Copy Paste Cash tries to be a site that offers both training and a quick way for people to make money, and fails miserably at both. Most users will find the approach of cold selling to people on classified sites highly challenging, particularly as the ads offered by Copy Paste Cash are poor quality and unlikely to be successful. Furthermore, you have to jump through hoops to access most of the training the site offers.
Before You Buy
If you want training for making money online, take the $29.95 that this product costs, and find specialized training instead. There are good sites out there for online training, but Copy Paste Cash isn’t one of them – and the name alone should give that away.
What I Liked
I do like that this product is upfront about what is actually involved and the process. The site does imply that this is a foolproof technique (which it really isn’t), but it does offer enough information for people to do background research. This is more than many other online products provide.
What I Didn’t Like
I find the marketing for this product particularly misleading and that’s never a good sign. For example, this is part of their product video.
I have heard this 3% statistic often. It’s commonly quoted although I’m not really sure if anyone knows where it comes from. In fact, the figure is probably not even accurate as its pretty difficult to accurately estimate how many people are and aren’t succeeding at making money online.
Additionally, the number is misleading. Certainly only a small proportion of people succeed at internet marketing, but that’s not because the field is inherently difficult. Often, people fail because they get sucked into the industry through scam product sites that claim that internet marketing is an easy and fast field.
Making money online takes time, effort and work. It is about building your own business and making something that can stand the test of time. That’s not something you can do quickly.
Additionally, many people who fail in the field do so because they signed up for something that never delivered on its promise. So, they never got taught anything about internet marketing, and the ‘quick and easy’ solution they were promised never worked out.
The biggest thing though is that this approach is nowhere near as effective as the marketing claims.
It sounds wonderful, but it’s not nearly as great as it seems.
For example, the whole concept is that you’re posting ‘unique and proven ads’ on sites like Craigslist and AdsGlobe. Despite what Copy Paste Cash advertises, the ad copy below is not a ‘proven ad’ whatsoever.
Most people would recognize that as a scam the moment they read it. This means that getting any conversions at all is extremely difficult.
This type of selling is cold selling. You are trying to convince someone to buy something or do something that they weren’t even remotely interested in to begin with. You’re also doing this on a platform that people go on to meet specific needs.
Selling to this type of audience is challenging, even for people who are experienced at marketing – and anyone using this product certainly isn’t. Additionally, the entire process is seen as spamming and misleading, and it’s against the terms and conditions of many of the forums you are dealing with.
This means you have to work around your ads getting taken down or even your account getting suspended, just to try and sell to a difficult audience.
Making money this way is a very energy intensive venture and it’s not a very effective one. I hate that the sales pitch for this product makes it sound like a legitimate way to build a business, because it’s not.
- Why rely on the terms and conditions of other sites?
- Why cold sell to people who aren’t interested?
- Why have no control over whether your ads are viewed?
There are better ways of making money online that don't have these challenges. For starters, why cold sell to a difficult audience when you can sell to an audience that is already willing to buy?
Here’s the thing. The whole direction of this site is about posting ads. Based on the one example they give, I suspect those ads link back to Copy Paste Cash or other similar companies. So, if this is the focus of the site, why do you lock training for legitimate ways of making money online, such as building a website and doing SEO?
The way the site is designed, I suspect most people won’t ever get to that point, and maybe that is the entire point. I would much rather go to a site that did ‘throw’ all the training at me at once, than a site like Copy Paste Cash that withholds training until I do tasks for them.
Personally, I wouldn’t trust any courses on SEO or website building from a company that thinks posting ads on Craigslist is a good way to earn money. If you want good training for making money online, you have to go to a site that specializes in this type of training. Otherwise you end up with poor quality advice and a lot of time wasted.
As the company itself notes, it makes money from every sale you do make by pasting ads into Craigslist and other similar sites. This suggests that the company really doesn’t have that much to gain in teaching you how to make money independent of them.
Finally, Copy Paste Cash makes a big deal out of the fact that there are no monthly charges. There is some decent training out there that doesn’t have monthly charges, but most does, and there’s a reason for that. By charging monthly, online training sites are able to continue producing new training, keeping their training up-to-date with all of the current information available.
When a training site uses a one-time fee, there really is little incentive for owners to keep it up-to-date, and most sites like this tend to update rarely. So honestly, Copy Paste Cash's one-time fee is nowhere near as good as they imply.
I honestly feel like Copy Paste Cash can’t make up its mind whether it wants to be a training site or a ‘make money quickly’ site, and it does both pretty badly. Overall, it’s simply not worth investing in the training at Copy Paste Cash that you still have to unlock, and the money making method itself simply isn’t worth the time.
If you want to make money through internet marketing, getting started on the right foot is important. Instead of Copy Paste Cash, I would suggest trying out my recommended training site which offers community support and up-to-date training. While the site does charge monthly, it has a free trial and the cost of membership is well worth it for the amount of training and direction you receive.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes