Product Name: Rapid Niche Profits
Product Owner: Art Flair
Advertised Price: $7.37
What is it?
Rapid Niche Profits is a 56-page ebook that wants to teach you the basics of affiliate marketing.
Rapid Niche Profits serves as an okay(ish) introduction to affiliate marketing but it’s not good enough to stand on its own. If you want to start an affiliate business online then this is definitely not going to be the only product you need to purchase. I guess that's not bad per se, but it's just not something that I found very interesting since there's so many other products just like it on the market.
Before You Buy
There are a few upsells you’re asked to consider purchasing after you buy Rapid Niche Profits.
The first upsell is a combination of products. If you buy this offer (and I don’t suggest it) you get access to five other products related to video marketing. One of the products I reviewed recently. It’s called Easy Tube Profits, it got a sad rating of just 20 out of 100. Another one is called Effortless FB Profits, which wasn't actually that bad (45/100)
The rest of the products I’ve never heard of, but it’s also worth mentioning that each one of them was created by a different marketer. It's basically a grab-bag of products he could acquire the rights to or has created himself in the past. As with many products sold online, they go out of style quickly, and their value becomes $0.
How much for all this wonderful goodness you ask? Well, this one will cost you an additional $47. There is probably no need to say this, but I would not recommend this upsell.
This upsells promises to deliver a “Done For You” business.
Supposedly you will get ten pre-made websites in whatever niche you choose. All you have to do is publish the websites and make money. So they say. If you think that’s too good to be true then, great minds think alike.
There’s no such thing as a “done for You” or “Plug and Play” business. If there was such a thing then everyone would be doing it. As with my Niche Jet review, DFY stuff usually is copy/pasted or spun content, and really starts you off three paces back instead of giving you a head start.
Don’t fall for these cheap attempts to gain access to your hard-earned money. It will cost you another $27, but that’s just the start. All the time you waste with it will cost you much more than that. I have wasted many hours with ‘premade' websites in the past.
What I Liked
Learn Many of the Basics
One thing Art did, is cover a lot of the basic principles, tools and strategies behind affiliate marketing. Instead of promising some new “magical no-work-needed tip”, Rapid Niche Profits actually provides good advice for basic marketing and great suggestions for the types of tools you should be using.
Overall, I think Rapid Niche profits is a fairly good introduction into what it takes to be an affiliate marketer. Inside, you will learn a lot of the ‘lingo’, the software, resources and information that most affiliates use today.
The ebook’s first chapter even begins with, “What is Affiliate Marketing?”, so that should tell you a bit about the type of information in this ebook.
What I liked most of all though, is that there was no mention of scammy, or spammy behavior.
Sometimes product creators like to infuse their ebooks with shortcuts that ultimately hurt the reader’s chances of being successful. But in Rapid Niche Profits, I can honestly say that I agree with every suggestion they made and I even use many of the tools mentioned. Although the information is very basic, it’s good.
So then the question becomes, “Is it worth the money?” And in this specific situation I would say yes and no.
No, because you can find all the same information online if you know where to look. And, yes, because $7.37 saves you from having to scrounge the internet and sift through all the bad information, sales pitches and flat-out lies.
As long as you understand that this product is just an introduction, then I think you’re safe to purchase it, read what’s inside and move on to more advanced info.
What I Didn't Like
Although it’s a good introduction, there are still somethings I don’t like about Rapid Niche Profits.
Support allows everyone — newbie to advanced — to tap into each other’s experiences. With the right kind of support anyone can go from novice to pro in a very short time. The problem is, “support” isn’t always offered like it should be.
Many product creators offer help through third-party support desks. This is not the type of support people need! That's just tech issues and billing issues. The people at these outsourced support stations don't know how to build a business at all. Plus, waiting 24 hours or more every time for a response can get tedious and frustrating, especially if you're a newbie.
When it comes to learning online business the best type of support you can have is a community of some kind. Sometimes product creators give their own email address, instead of a support desk, but this still isn’t as good as a community.
Obviously, the creators of Rapid Niche Profits know this, because they offer access to their Facebook, but it’s part of an upsell. Yep, you have to pay extra to get the type of support that should come with the product anyway.
This bothers me because they clearly understand that their buyer’s need this kind of help, yet they are trying to profit from it for a second time.
Although it tries, Rapid Niche Profits is not a newbie-friendly product. I will give these guys credit for trying though — they covered many of the most basic, beginner-level steps. However, it’s just not possible to to cram all that you would need to know into one short ebook.
The problem with Rapid Niche Profits is that it does try to cover a lot of the basics. Too many, in fact. By trying to spread their knowledge of all that they know about affiliate marketing they have simply created more questions.
They make lots of great suggestions, but, by trying to cover everything in basic terms, they have covered nothing in its entirety.
If I tell you to you need a website, then give you the basic information and resources to do it, that doesn’t really help you much.
It’s like giving you a pile of lumber, a hammer and some nails and trying to explain to you, how you should build your house. Sure, it’s a great start, and it’s good information. But at the end of it all, you’re still standing there with a hammer in one hand, nails in the other, wondering what do to next.
You need blueprints, you need to watch someone else do it, you need to make a few mistakes of your own so that you can gain experience.
All the things I just mentioned can be worked-around, or “hacked”, but only when you tap into someone else’s experiences with a hands on approach, which is something you can’t get from a PDF, especially if it’s not several hundred pages long, at least.
Personally, I'm wondering why Art Flair is still releasing stuff like this. Rapid Niche Profits was probably outsourced and is just part of a product launch sequence to make the product creators money during the launch, then move on to the next product creation/launch.
I'd be willing to be you see this product turn up as a bonus in one of his future launches because I can't see the buzz around it lasting very long.
Making a full time income from reading one PDF just isn’t going to happen, especially if there isn’t a good enough support network. Learning how to make money online will be a long and winding journey, so what happens if you get lost somewhere down the road? You can get my personal assistance and mentorship at no cost as a member of this online business training center, as well as the support of thousands of other members who want to see you succeed.
Investing your time in these piddly little Warrior Plus products is a waste of time and money. They are a distraction to what you should be doing, which is building a website, writing content, and generating traffic. There is nothing rapid about making money online, no matter what business model you follow.