Product Name: Rapid Cash System
Product Owner: Billy D
What Is It?
Rapid Cash System is an instructional video that teaches people the core concepts of online business.
The product's material is supposed to cover the following topics: product research, product creation, sales funnels, website traffic, and how to find affiliate offers to throw into the mix.
Rapid Cash System is a 20 minute video that teaches people the basics of internet marketing. It just scratches the surface and gives people a general idea of what they should be working towards. If you were expecting in-depth videos that cover every aspect of online business then you will be disappointed.
On top of that, viewers won't be able to see the plan in action. All that you'll be able to see in the video is a presentation with a flow chart of how the online business system is supposed to work. It’s basically full of generalized information and theories of strategies that might work.
Before You Buy
The main product is reasonably priced (only $9.60 onetime fee) but there are a few up-sells that you should know about.
Up-Sell #1: Done for You Campaign
This up-sell is supposed to include a killer campaign that you can use to earn even more cash. On the sales page, it mentions that this campaign has been used to make $400 in 24 hours. We all know that marketers never lie on their sales pages.
Question; if this campaign is being sold to everyone, then is it still effective?
Up-Sell #2 (downsell)
Oh, Wait; It's The Same Up-Sell… But With a Discount!
Up-Sell #3: The PLR Rights to the Entire Sales Funnel – $27.50
For $27.50 the entire PLR rights to the sales funnel will be yours. Okay, it looks like he's getting desperate here.
Oh, except, it won't be yours. It will be yours and whoever else decides to fork over $27.50 for it.
There's also another product thrown into the mix called Endless Traffic Secrets which is a video collection of tutorials that reveal how to extract traffic from various sources.
Up-Sell #4: (downsell) $17.50
Really looks like someone is desperate to squeeze as much cash out of this as possible.
That's it. That's the end of the up-sells.
What I Liked:
I liked how the system was presented in a flow chart. It helps create perspective. Other than that, I didn't like much about this product. It's another junk product that was made by someone who's only interested in making money.
What I Didn't Like
You can find more value watching videos on YouTube and other websites for free. When you finally navigate through all the up-sells and down-sells, the meat of the product is a 20 minute video that explains the basics of internet marketing.
Here's how that work in Billy's mind.
- Create product
- Create hype for product
- Cash out
- Create new product
He's basically created a twenty minute video that covers those four things. Sounds a lot like some of the gurus I review here with a product launch every couple months.
Everything that’s missing
In the video, Billy doesn't really show you how to do anything. It's just a video that explains what you can do. The strategy is relatively simple; create a product and funnel page then throw traffic at the funnel page. Most marketers would use a video like this as a giveaway incentive to join their email list, NOT as the main product to sell.
It's a simple process but he doesn't dive into the important, complicated steps. Like how to:
- Drive traffic to a website
- create an effective ad campaign
- how to design a sales funnel
And that’s just a few things. There are lots of topics that are left out of the video.
Dime a Dozen
I'm under the impression that Billy wanted to create a video as quickly as possible so he could upload it to a sales page and start making cash. Turns out, with a little research, I found out that this guy is responsible for TONS products just like this one.
It didn't take long for me to find his profile on The Warrior Forum, head over to his list of threads, and realize they're all cheap junk products. Take look at the picture below and you will see what I mean.
There are three more pages like this of cheap quick products.
This is Not a Business
Billy D's business strategy is quite simple; create a really basic product, throw it up on The Warrior Forum, collect cash, and then create a new junk product. Granted, you can probably make a little money this way, but it is not a business.
You can look at Billy’s own “business” as an example.
There’s no way that any of his products are helpful. When you churn things out that quickly they are going to be low quality. Just like Rapid Cash System.
He’s creating products just to create them, not to solve a problem or to help anyone. And that’s exactly what he wants you to do.
The problem is, eventually (probably sooner than later) you will ruin your reputation. You will have a high number of returns from folks who will never do business with you again.
The “Rapid Cash System” that Billy teaches is a fast-track to loserville, where everyone boasts about the couple of bucks they made that day, but never give any thought to the thousands of dollars lost because of low quality, junk products.
When it comes to online business, the goal should be to create a sustainable business based on solving a legitimate problem and helping people, instead of creating a product that can be turned to cash as quickly as possible. I can't say that this product is a scam because you do receive something in return for your cash, but there’s no real value here.
There are plenty of ways to make money online, but I’ve always found affiliate marketing to be the easiest to understand, and the cheapest to get started in. An $11 domain is all you need to get started. You can learn how to do what I do here. Instead of a ‘churn and burn' mentality, learn how to build a strong foundation to a business that will last for years.
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