Developed by Shawn Casey and Brian Koz, Cash Extractor is a product allegedly generates websites and content that are designed for affiliate marketing.
What is the product?
Cash Extractor is a piece of software that Shawn and Brian claim, at the push of a button, can generate websites based around a chosen niche with 30 pages of articles related to the content. Each article is said to be unique which apparently helps in terms of search engine optimisation. This is one of those cases where nothing is mentioned about how this works which given the claim that Cash Extractor generates unique articles for every user (who can create an infinite number of websites, each with 30 pages) raises certain questions in our opinion.
Namely, how does it work? Unfortunately this is one of those all too common cases where there is nothing to back up the claim and that just isn’t acceptable to me, especially when making such a bold claim. Of course there is always the possibility that the articles are nonsensical and barely legible, but that raises the question of its value. There is also a bonus guide on the best places to sign up for affiliate programs.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The product sells for $47 is a one off cost. Shawn and Brian claim that once you have your websites up and running you can expect to earn up to $100 for each sale if you use their bonus content to choose your affiliate schemes.
Does the product provide value for money?
It’s questionable as to whether or not value is the right word for Cash Extractor. As part of the system Shawn and Brian say that they’ll teach you the best places to get free web hosting to keep costs down which means that essentially other than the cost of buying the product, you will generate pure profit. What is a little worrying about this is that the whole product seems to be about making “disposable” websites which doesn’t bode well for those who want something sustainable.
Assuming that it does what it says on the tin Cash Extractor is possibly a good way to turn a quick profit from affiliate marketing. That though seems to be where the possibilities end in terms of this product. There’s nothing that suggests sustainability here and if I’m honest the lack of information on how the websites are created make it difficult for me to buy into Cash Extractor.