Product: Rapid Content Wizard
Creator: Sean Donahoe
Price: $47 for Lite; $97 for Lightning Edition
The Rapid Content Wizard is marketed as a miracle solution to your content creations needs. You’ll no longer have to spend all your time writing articles and you can stop spending a fortune on outsourcing the task, because RCW takes care of all of it in one amazing software program (well, so claims Sean Donahoe)…
But the reality of what this product does couldn’t be further from the truth of what they claim it does. In this Rapid Content Wizard Review, I’ll show you exactly how the software works and why it isn’t the solution to your content needs.
The reality is this product will not help you at all with your business, and will only end up hurting you.
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RCW is software that seemingly appears to pull content out of thin air. You type in a keyword, click a button and boom… tons of content and images around that keyword is generated for you. The content is broken down by paragraphs, so you just click the ones you want, choose some headings, images (which are taken from Pixabay and Flickr) and select affiliate products to promote (Amazon, Clickbank) and voila! You’ve got yourself a “quality” article that’s ready to post on your site.
The program is set up as a word processor, so you’d have pretty much all the same editing capabilities of Microsoft Word or Google Drive. But the images provided may not actually be “free” to use, so you’d have to double check to make sure you don’t run into any
The software goes even further and can integrate with your WordPress account to post directly, without you even having to log in. You can also post your articles to Facebook from the software too.
It sounds amazing, right?
The content being created when you type in keywords isn’t just pulled out of thin air, it’s being scraped from other websites around the net. Absolutely nothing this pulls up is original content… it’s stolen.
First of all, you can’t just steal other peoples content. Not only is it unethical, you’re going to get yourself into trouble with Google. They’re really good at deciphering between original vs scraped content, so if you use this software expecting instant rankings (or any rankings at all for that matter) within the search engines, it’s not going to happen.
Search algorithms are very sophisticated these days. If copied content is ever published, they’ll realize it isn’t worth ranking, because it already exists. There’s too many people publishing content for the web on a daily basis like this so they’ve learned to recognize it and ignore it.
If you ever actually pause the video during his demonstration, you’ll notice the article he pulls together is nonsense. It’s a bunch of random paragraphs being strung together in a way that doesn’t flow, make sense or connect with the reader.
It’s horrendous. There is no way you could use this software to produce something of quality unless you spent hours editing it to flow and make sense. Even then, unless you completely rewrote it, it wouldn’t erase the fact it’s copied. And if you were going to do that, you might as well just have written the articles from scratch.
Not even the Warrior Forum members who bought this are recommending it to others. They all requested refunds; some seemed to get them with no problem and others had difficulties. And if you’re not familiar with Warrior Forum, that place is full of people who love to buy all sorts of lower quality products. If it’s so bad that everyone within the forum agrees, you know it’s horrible.
I don’t understand how they try and make such bold claims about their product when they’re contradicting themselves right within their own demonstration.
You’re not publishing your content for search engines, you’re writing it for actual people. You could have a hundred thousand visitors coming to your site on a daily basis, but if your website was full of unreadable nonsense nobody is going to buy anything from you. Either way, nobody is going to read the content on your site if you use this tool because you won’t see the light of day in Google or any other search engine for that matter.
You can always outsource your writing if you really hate doing it or don’t have the time. While you may be able to find people willing to do it for $5 on Fiverr, I wouldn’t recommend it. Those are not going to be well written, researched articles and since your content is the core of your business that is one area you don’t want to cut corners. For a quality, 100% original article it’ll probably run you around $30 – $50, or even more depending on length.
While it may seem like a lot, it’s worth it if you want to be running a successful business. If you’d like to know more about how to find a quality writer for your website, take a look at this article.
The lite version will run you $47, while the lightning edition is $97. They’re both one time fees, no monthly subscription is required. There’s also upsells once you buy, for article spinners and other unnecessary products and services.
They also offer a 60 day money back guarantee; however it’s not always honored.
Since this software doesn’t live up to any of its claims and is performing unethical tasks, I do believe that Rapid Content Wizard is quite the scam. Sean Donahoe is a slick salesman that lies through his teeth. You’re made to believe it’ll generate wonderful content that’ll rank you in the search engines and be an amazing solution to your article creation needs. You’re told that using this software will only take a few minutes to set up, you’ll have content for life, and that you’ll be able to generate all kinds of crazy traffic through search engines.
But using this software will not get you anywhere but sandboxed with Google. Your content is the core of your business. It’s what generates search rankings and traffic, it’s what earns trust, it’s what ultimately ends up converting your customers to sales. If you don’t have the time to write it, outsourcing it to an actual human being who will write original, quality articles is a way better solution.