Product Name: Ultra Fast Product Creation
Product Owner: Mike Tucker AKA HDRider on Warrior Forum)
Advertised Price: $7
What Is It?
This is a 24 page PDF that talks about creating your own info product in a short period of time. Considering that there are 3 pages of niches, a cover page, and a 3 page introduction, it's actually like a 17 page PDF.
Ultra Fast Product Creation is a very short PDF with very generalized information. It recommends copying and rewriting articles from around the web and claiming they are your own product, which is plagiarism at best, and sometimes may be considered copyright infringement.
Before You Buy
Notice how in the description I said “talks about”. There are very few actionable instructions within the PDF. It’s basically a long article that someone write over a weekend and put in PDF form.
If you don’t mind plagiarizing other people’s works, then you may find some nuggets of information in the guide. If you plan on writing your own product and have heard of places like JVZoo or Clickbank, then there’s no reason to buy this guide as there’s really no insight into product creation and promotion.
What I Liked
Some tips were helpful, including the idea that to make sales fast you should do some research into finding out what’s selling already instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. I also like the idea of creating a list of affiliates so you can notify them of your next product launch.
What I Didn’t Like
Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement
The major issue to discuss here is that Ultra Fast Product creation tells us to copy information from around the web and have someone rewrite it. This is blatant plagiarism. And although it’s not illegal, it’s extremely frustrating to writers who have spent time and sometimes money to write articles and publish them on the web.
If the content is similar enough and a writer is protective enough of their content, it could be considered copyright infringement, and you could be liable for getting sued. Just because people do it and get away with it, doesn’t mean that the hammer of the law doesn’t come down a few folks every once in a while.
Let’s be clear: Rewriting content is NOT legit. Here’s proof
- Is rewriting the same as plagiarism?
- Is rewriting the same as copyright infringement?
- Can I say my blog is copyrighted?
There is lots of misinformation out there about how to use other people’s works for your own research. I will admit, there’s a lot of grey area with regards to what ideas are “yours” and what you simply learned from reading and therefor should give credit to.
Here are MY guidelines: If you do your own research and then write a PDF guide based on what you learned, then you will not have any issues. If you simply hire someone on Fiverr to rewrite something you don’t understand, then you are clearly doing something unethical and possibly illegal.
Cash By the End of The Week
As is common with WSOs, they use uber hyped statements to grab you in. This one says you can make cash by the end of the week. No way is this going to happen.
Let’s say you do research on Monday and get the Fiverr gig ordered by Monday Night. It’s still going to take someone a few hours to receive the gig, and a day or two to rewrite it.
So the fastest possible time you’d get the info back would be Wednesday sometime. Then you get your PDF done by Wednesday in the evening and set up your vendor account and JVZoo or Clickbank. No you have to wait for approval of the guide.
Perhaps it takes 24 hours. Thursday night rolls around, or maybe Friday morning. Your guide is ready to sell, but now you have to compete with all the other guides that are also available. How do you recruit affiliates? How do you advertise? This is not explained in the guide.
So the at the very best case scenario if everything goes smoothly and you do not get held up at ANY point along the way, perhaps you could make some sales by the weekend, but you won’t be able to withdraw that money into ‘cash' for some time, especially since most places offer 60 day money back guarantee.
What Ever Happened to Quality
No where is it mentioned in the guide that you should think about the end consumer and how they feel about what they purchased. Ultra Fast Product Creation is clearly meant to appeal to folks that just want to turn a quick buck at the expense of others (writers and buyers in this case).
If you are going to create a product, please keep in mind WHO is buying is and why they should pay you money. People forget this, and it's why there's so many crappy WSOs being launched every day.
Will this product help you “make a killing in any market”? Not a chance. Can you make a few bucks ripping off other's hard work? Pretty much. But you knew that already.