(text transcript of this video review is below)
Review of Neucopia by Rich Cook
Today, we’re going to be discussing a product called ”Neucopia” founded by a guy named Rich Cook, which for some reason, a bunch of people tried to recruit me into knowing full well that I do brutally honest reviews, and something tells me now they’re going to regret that decision.
Problem #1: It’s a “Ghost Product”
My first problem with Neucopia is that it seems to be one of the latest companies hopping onto the “ghost product” bandwagon. And the reason I refer to it as a “ghost product” is because you’re paying good, hard-earned money to gain access to a product for internet marketing training, and when you get into the member’s area, the training is there…but the reason why I refer to it as a “ghost product” is because the training kind of isn’t there, at the same time—and I will elaborate on that.
So, you log in and you do have access to all of this training, but it’s really only training that’s there to say, “We have training.” In other words, it’s outdated and most of it is crap. Most of it is really old information and it’s not valid anymore. So what someone has done is they’ve taken a whole bunch of information, they’ve crunched it together and they’ve thrown it in the member’s area just for the sake of saying, “We have training, we have a product”—which is why I call it a ghost product; it’s because it’s “there” but it’s really not, it wasn’t worth paying for in the first place—but it allows the publisher the right to say, “hey, we have a product.” That’s my first problem with Neucopia, and I’ll elaborate on that through my next two points as well.
Problem #2: Find Everything Elsewhere for Free
My second problem with the product is that you’ve paid $49.99 and you’re going to continue to pay $49.99 for every month that you stay a member until you cancel your membership, and you gain access to a whole bunch of “training,” which is actually just a whole bunch of PLR content—which stands for “private label rights,” which Rich Cook has just purchased from somewhere else and he’s slapped in the members area for you, that you’ve paid good money for, to gain access to.
Now, I don’t know about you, but personally, if I pay for internet marketing training, I want it to be original; I want it to be created by the person who claims that they’re qualified to train me and sold me this product in the first place, and I want it to be something that I can’t find anywhere else—and certainly something that I can’t find anywhere else for free, and that brings me into the next part of this. I want to pull up a few screenshots here and show you exactly what you’re getting when you pay for Neucopia.
Irrefutable Proof of this Problem
So, the first screenshot I want to bring up is called “Blogging Profits Unleashed,” and this is actually one of the first products you can see when you get in the member’s area, and on the left hand side, you’re going to see the product itself; you can see the actual book, the introduction to the book, and on the right hand side, you can see where I’ve searched on Google, in quotes, to find that exact book—and it’s all over the internet. You can find it in a ton of different places for either free or for a much lower price.
And that brings me to the next screenshot…on the left hand side, we still have the product, but on the right-hand side you can see where I’ve actually found this, pulled it up, and I have access to the complete guide—the exact training that Rich Cook has given us in Neucopia—I have, on the right-side here, for free. All of the pages—I believe it’s 51 pages in “Blogging Profits Unleashed”—I have it full and available for free.
And now I’m going to switch to another product—the next product is the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Networkers.” You can see on the left hand side I have, again, the actual product, and on the right hand side, I have the Google search rankings. Again, you can see that it’s available all across the internet.
And I’ll switch to the next screenshot as well) where on the left-hand side you still have the product and on the right-hand side you have where I’ve pulled this exact training that I found in Neucopia, that I have paid for, and will continue to pay for monthly—I have it on the right-hand side for free.
And then the last one is “List Building Mojo, “another eBook that I pulled up from the Neucopia member’s area. On the left hand side you have the actual eBook, and on the right-hand side you have the Google search rankings.
And again, if I go to the next screenshot, the left-hand side is still the product and the right hand side, where I have found this exact product, the full product and the full “training” that Rich Cook has given us access to, I have on the right-hand side for free.
So, that sums up my second problem with Neucopia—you can gain access to everything that they have in the basic membership, and all of the private label rights content you can find online for free. So really, in my opinion, nobody has any business charging $49.99 in the first place if I can find it for free elsewhere on the internet, and then on top of that, you’re going to be paying $49.99 recurring every month for a whole bunch of stuff that you have for free. So, if you stay on for a year, you will have paid almost $600 for a bunch of information that you could’ve found online for free—and I don’t know about you, but personally, that’s not the kind of “training” that I want to pay for.
Problem #3: Signing Up Solely to Make Commissions
And that brings me to my third and final problem with Neucopia, and it’s something that I know current members are going to come and comment on this review in defense of the product, and that is saying, “I didn’t sign up for the training. I didn’t buy into Neucopia by Rich Cook for the training; I bought into Neucopia for the opportunity to re-sell Neucopia to others and make commissions.”
And for me, I actually have a really, really big problem with that defense and that kind of mentality, because essentially what you’re saying is, “I’ve paid $49.99 for the basic membership (and that’s not even if you get up into the premiere membership), I’m paying that much money each and every month for a product that I know is no good. I know it essentially doesn’t exist; nobody should be charging for this. I agree with you there. I signed up for the product so that I could sell it other people for the same price I paid,” and for me, that’s like saying, “I know I’m getting ripped off, but I paid for the right to rip other people off and profit from it,” and for me, I have a huge problem with that mentality.
That’s what’s causing some of these internet marketing products that have absolutely zero training and zero backbone across the internet to spread like wildfire—it’s because of that kind of mentality, and it screws a lot of people over in the end because they’re looking for legitimate internet marketing training and they’re not getting it because they’re buying into products that people are recommending knowing that there’s no good training on the backend, and they’re just recommending it to make a profit from that other person—and I have a huge problem with that.
I take a lot of beef with that, and I just can’t even express how much that frustrates me, to know people out there are saying, “No, I know the product is no good—I’m just doing it so that I can make money off of other people.” That’s a huge problem, and it’s no reason to buy into a product, and it’s definitely not a reason to recommend and sell the product to other people and put them the position that you’re putting them just so that you can profit from it.
Neucopia Review: The Final Verdict
So, just to wrap up here and make it extremely clear: should you buy Neucopia? That’s why you’re watching this review. I think if you’ve seen any other part of any other section of this review, my answer is going to be “absolutely not.” You should not buy Neucopia, regardless of whether or not you’re looking for internet marketing training—because it’s certainly lacking; everything you find in that product is out of date and on top of that, can be found online for free.
Or, if you’re buying into it to say, “No, I’m buying into it to make commissions off of other people because I want to sell it to other people and profit from selling the profit—which I’ve already explained, I have a huge problem with that mentality—personally, I can’t recommend Neucopia on either level. I think that it is a product that nobody should be buying, nobody should be recommending and nobody should be paying for and I hope that you can understand why I say that from watching this review.
So, I hope you’ve find this review helpful. My name’s Ian from NoMoreBSReviews.com, and I make videos like this that are brutally honest, completely honest, of internet marketing products because I know that so few people on the internet are giving truly unbiased, expert reviews on products like Neucopia, and I want to make sure to bring an honest voice to this industry. And if you are looking for a place to get started in internet or affiliate marketing, I give away a ton of 100% resources that I create myself (it’s not going to be PLR content); these are resources that I have put together of things that I’ve learned in affiliate and internet marketing overt the years, and I never charge for myself—I want to give it away for free because I want you to be able to have an honest start in internet or affiliate marketing.
If you want to check those out, they’re on my website: NoMoreBSReviews.com, and you can find them pretty easily once you get to the website. So I hope, again, you have found this review very helpful; I hope it gives you the information that you needed. Until next time, again, my name’s Ian and I’m trying to keep you guys safe on the internet—and I’ll talk to you soon!
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Summary: For some reason, members of Neucopia thought it would be a good idea to recruit me. They probably regret that decision now.
Description: Another hyped up MLM product that lacks true value on every level. If you have any moral standards at all, Neucopia isn’t the product for you.
Rating: 1 out of 5.
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