Wondering what is Rapid Content Wizard? In this Rapid Content Wizard review I’ll show you exactly what to expect from the program and how you can save time (and cash) by avoiding it all together.
I’ll also show you how to really create content that delivers the results that your business needs.
Quality Content is The Corner Stone to Success
For those of you who are interested in creating a website, writing unique and high quality articles must be the cornerstone of your business.
Granted, there are ways to make cash online without having to sit down and write articles, but if you want to create an authority website or niche website, then sitting down and writing articles is something that you can’t avoid.
Well, that’s not totally true, Human Proof Designs builds the foundation for niche websites and has an article publishing service. The owner Dom is highly trained in SEO and Keyword Research. So you could go with his services if you didn’t want to produce content.
But you still need to learn SEO and editing content. Here’s the source for that.
The Reality is Quality Content is King
The thing is, there are so many new websites popping up nowadays and so much new content is being published online, competition is fierce if you don’t have the right training on Keywords & Creating Quality Content.
In order to build an audience with your articles, you’ll have to step it up and write articles that people truly want to read, otherwise, they’ll have no reason to stick around.
Since my business is almost entirely based on publishing articles, I can say without a doubt that publishing top-notch articles is extremely important for your online success.
But I understand most people don’t want to write articles day in and day out. Maybe they don’t have enough time or they just loath writing articles – that’s fine – but you’ll still need to publish articles one way or another (either hire a writer or find some other solution).
Again, I would recommend Human Proof Designs for writing quality content if you don’t want to do it yourself. I know the owner and he know keyword research and search engine optimization very well.
Marketers identified this content dilema, and a lot of programs popped up that promised instant articles with no work required, article spinners and content farms.
It sounded like a good idea and hundreds, maybe even thousands of people bought into the promise. Like most schemes, it didn’t last, and Google started cracking down on these low quality, mass-produced, articles.
But there are still people out there who want to sell you programs that promise instant articles. Programs that can take a bunch of random gibberish and convert it into a well-written article. Is that possible? We’ll take a look at one of those programs today, it’s called Rapid Content Wizard.
Rapid Content Wizard Review – Basic Details
- Name: Rapid Content Wizard
- Creator: Sean Donahoe
- Price: $47/month
- Niche: Article Spinning Software
This product is a little dated, but a lot of people are still falling for it’s false promises.
Let’s start with the question that’s probably on your mind: Does Rapid Content Wizard work?
Let’s be honest, as website owners, a software that can create articles in a matter of seconds sounds quite appealing since it slashes our work. Still, like most things that sound too good to be true, it’s not all that it seems.
Here’s How Rapid Content Wizard Works
Once you purchase the program, download it, and install it; a confusing looking screen pops up. It’s not really necessary to change anything on this screen. Find the keyword area, type in a keyword, click “Run”, and a bunch of content results will appear.
These results are snippets from articles that contain a direct match for the keyword that you entered into the search area, split into paragraphs. Each paragraph is from a different article.
So, the idea is to choose the paragraphs you want and copy and paste into the text editor to create a keyword targeted article.
When you click on a paragraph, that section will automatically be clipped into the built-in text editor on the right side of your screen.
Therefore, the goal is to choose a bunch of sections from articles that have already been published online to create a unique article. Then, use the articles as you please, either publish them on your website or submit them to directories for back-links.
That’s how it works.
Can you spot the problems with the strategy? They’re pretty obvious!
Let’s count them.
The biggest problem is that Google has created a lot of filters and algorithms to detect these kind of articles. Contrary to what you might think, Google does scan each article for uniqueness, if there’s an article with the same content already online, the second one will be ranked lower in search engine results.
This means that even if you publish hundreds of spun articles, none of them will rank for the keywords that you are targeting and you won’t see that traffic that was promised. That’s one major problem with this strategy!
The other problem (also a big one) is that Google determines the value of an article by the amount of interactions it gets on social media. It makes sense because if a lot of people are sharing an article online it must be good, otherwise, no-one would share it on social media.
Is Rapid Content Wizard Beneficial To Your Website?
The answer is an obvious no.
Rapid Content Wizard doesn’t really create anything – it’s just designed to steal content from other websites. Not only is the content taken from other websites, but each paragraph is from a different article, and as writers, it’s pretty obvious that an article won’t make sense if each paragraph is from a different source; the flow will be completely ruined.
Let’s also not forget that these hard-to-read-stolen-articles won’t have an impact on social media, who would share them?
Rapid Content Wizard is junk! It doesn’t benefit anyone!
Long story short, Rapid Content Wizard is not the solution to your content problems.
If you try to use this system to trick Google, I guarantee that your website’s traffic will take a nose-dive into the single-digits.
Remember, the point is not to publish as much content as possible, the point is to publish good quality articles, unique articles that solve a problem, articles that help someone. Articles that help your niche audience really.
It’s okay to take your time on articles, spend a week or two on one if you must, it’s fine, as long as the end result is superb.
So, remember that tricking Google might sound attractive, but it’s really not worth it in the long-run.
It’s an up-hill battle that really gets you no-where.
I hope after reading this Rapid Content Wizard review you will avoid the junk article spinners and focus on writing valuable content for human-readers.
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