Simon Wood, the co-founder of the AI chatbot program called ConversioBot, has this to say. “Just imagine being able to rely on almost guaranteed regular payments coming into your affiliate accounts. What if you could get paid by legally hijacking the top affiliate offers on networks like ClickBank, WarriorPlus, JVZoo, Digistore24, CPA networks, and many others, by copying and pasting one line of bot code onto other people’s websites? This is a little controversial but one hundred percent legal.”
Simon then continues his statement. “If you’re struggling to make an income from affiliate marketing, or you’ve had a little success but you don’t know how to scale your business and become a super affiliate, then you need to pay attention to what I’m about to say. You’re about to discover how to exploit this AI bot code to generate wild affiliate commissions without needing a website, without having to work full-time, without any high startup costs, and, all in the next thirty days.”
Simon Wood already has a strong background in advertising before he created his chatbot programs, as he was working at Ogilvy, a New York City-based British advertising, marketing, and public relations agency. However, his pay there wasn’t even enough to support his family. Today, however, he’s now earning an incredible five point six million dollars by being a ClickBank affiliate. He even has a personal letter from the vice president of ClickBank herself, Jennifer Beevers, to back up his claims. He’s how the possibilities that you can have in you have an unfair marketing advantage.
Simon then mentions the training program that he’s offering. “And for a limited number of people, I’m hosting a new web class in which I break down that unfair advantage into three simple steps. Just three steps that virtually anyone can copy without needing any special experience or skills. David, who recently attended the exact same training, just had his first one thousand dollar day. ‘All I did was what you told me to do,’ David wrote to me in an email. Another guy, Jim, made over three thousand dollars in a day, for the first time ever.”
Simon then mentions several more of his students who have found success after they joined his training program. There’s a girl named Janice, a complete newbie, who made a hundred and fifty-eight bucks just days after attending Simon’s training. She got her first sale six hours after she “pushed the Traffic button.” And here’s another testament from a certain John, an experienced affiliate. “Just in the first thirty days, my members have generated eleven thousand five hundred and forty-nine verified leads. That’s incredible. Out of that, they made north of seventy-six thousand dollars in earned commissions.”
Finally, at this point, Simon Wood reveals the name of his online training. He calls it the “How To Legally Hijack $2,951 Paydays From The Top Affiliate Offers Using Controversial A.I. Bots.” (whew!), and it’s totally free for anyone to join. He then warns that he’ll only open this free training for a very limited time, and that once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Again, a typical strategy for some so-called online gurus who are inducing fake scarcity for their online programs. Which is definitely not something I would bite into.
Furthermore, his advertisement for his online program really hit all of the red flags of those online programs that are accused of being scams. A rags-to-riches story aimed to give the viewers “inspiration,” testimonials from some students (and we’re not even sure if they’re fake or not), a step-by-step system that is vaguely described. And to top it off, you’re being led to a so-called “live webinar” that isn’t even live at all, and that’s it’s only one big sales pitch to their actual, more expensive product, without bringing any educational value at all. ConversioBot may be a great product for some, but the “free” training programs that Simon Wood is promoting on various social media, it’s better if you avoid them. Besides, there’s little evidence that he became rich through his affiliate marketing ventures. Most likely he only became rich through the sales of ConversioBot. Overall, not really a good impression being left by Simon here.