OK, I decided to write this post because I noticed that people were looking for information about James Scholes and his rapid cash system.
Specifically, people seem to be wanting to know if it’s a scam. I did a quick Google search and found that no one is doing a real review. Oh, sure there are the fake reviews that go something like: Rapid Cash System is a real product that’s backed by a guarantee…. so find out for yourself.
Bold Claims: Are they justified?
James makes some pretty bold claims about making over $4,000 a month with this system. I think he might, but I’d say he probably doesn’t do it quite the way he tells you to. My guess is that he uses a different CPA network, and may use a different source for videos. So moral of the story…. don’t expect to be pulling in anywhere near $4,000 just doing what he tells you to do.
So you want to know what the system is right? OK…. I’ll let you in on some of the details, but out of respect for James, I’m not going to give the whole thing away.
What do you do in this system anyway?
Scholes suggests that you use YouTube to market affiliate offers from Markethealth.com. It’s a pretty cool CPA network because it markets supplements and health products rather than information products. A lot of the offers are poised as “free”. Well, they’re only “free” if you place a standing order. There are strings attached.
To market these CPA offers, Sholes gives you some YouTube marketing techniques. The idea is that you put out related videos with a link to your offer below.
The training starts out free, and although the video creation methods are definitely greyhat (if not blackhat), I think James does a really good job of providing useful content regarding ranking your youtube video.
This is where things start costing money….
After the basic training, you’ll get a sales pitch about how you can get the methods that will *really* make this system work. By this time, you’ve already invested a lot of time and hope into this system and James has won you over with his kooky personality. So you fork over some dough and go for the more advanced training. And it’s pretty good. I’d say that there is a lot of potential here, and the training can be used for other CPA offers or affiliate links.
You are warned that this is a ‘number game‘. What’s a numbers game? I’ve learned that when an internet marketer tells you that something is a numbers game it means that it doesn’t work very well, but if you do it hundreds or thousands of times, it does.
So you’ve got a problem here. You’ve invested time, energy, hope, and money in this system and now you find out it won’t work unless you slave away at it and create tons of these videos.
Don’t worry though, Sholes is quick with a solution. By giving him money one more time, you can get his super secret outsourcing techniques….. This was as far as I got.
I haven’t had much success with this system. It could be that I started with a bad niche.
I do think that the YouTube training was valuable, but the system just doesn’t live up to the hype in my opinion. I’d say go ahead and take it for the YouTube marketing training alone though, and to see a good example of how using video training only accessible by daily emails can create a compelling sales experience. Copy this example in your own marketing efforts and you could go far.
What this system needs is a better way of creating content, a better way of generating traffic, and a better way of choosing CPA offers.
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