Rapid Mass Traffic

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  1. Marisa Wright profile image96
    Marisa Wrightposted 8 years ago

    I've been getting emails about a new "Rapid Mass Traffic" system.  I've tried looking for reviews but they're all affiliate marketers - anyone got a genuine review?

    1. Cagsil profile image82
      Cagsilposted 8 years ago

      Sorry Marisa. I've nothing for you on it. Never heard of it, until you mentioned it.

      Wish I could have been more help. hmm

    2. sunforged profile image76
      sunforgedposted 8 years ago

      Considering its so new and there are hundreds of pages to review and hours of video, yet actually implementing it. I would say its near impossible to have actually been reviewed legitimately yet.

      its basically:
      Pay Per View using LeadImpact for context network
      and MedaiTrust as the CPA.

      It costs a $200 deposit to become a LeadImpact rep.

      Ive heard nothing but good things from people who have the product and are familiar with PPV methods, also the keyword and niche methods have been commended (by people who have no way of selling the product to me)

      Sounds better than most - I havent read over everything or watched all the videos yet myself..Its a CB product, full refund if you dont like it

      1. nigel1111 profile image56
        nigel1111posted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Hi Marisa,

        I actually bought RMT, basically it was just variation of Mass PPV Traffic.

        Mass PPV Traffic was shown with MediaTraffic and URLs whereas RMT was shown using keywords with LeadImpact.
        As "Sunforge" said, you need a $200.00 deposit with both, which might not be a problem because if you don't use it all, the rest will be refunded straight away.
        Both RMT and MPPVT require a lot of investment for the traffic, I used both and stopped at $200 because I only got 6 subscribers and I can certainly  get many more through Free traffic although I did a 1:1 copy of the instructions on both strategies.
        I think both programs do have potential, but it really depends on the Niche you are into and you should have $500 to spend on trial and error without worrying about the possible losses.

        hope that helped even if a little late

    3. thisisoli profile image73
      thisisoliposted 8 years ago

      Dont quote the spammmm

      I haven't used this personally, would be interested to know how it works out for people though!

     
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