In the last 4 years we’ve seen many scam products slowly die off. People either realise the product’s a pile of crap or the creator’s just given up on the product due to the lack of sales. Most of these products are just left online rather than being scrapped just in case a sale comes in every now and then.
The Viral Review Bot by Internet Money Report falls into this category.
I’m not an affiliate for The Viral Review Bot. We’ve seen many products make wild promises of riches on their respective sales pages and fail to deliver. The Viral Review Bot is another product that makes such a claim and, ultimately, under delivers.
There is no product here! When you purchase The Viral Review Bot, you’ll be shown how you can promote The Viral Review Bot and earn a commission if someone purchases. The only thing you’ll find in the members’ area are your affiliate links and a collection of outdated traffic generation products.
This is what you’ll be paying $37/month for.
When you login to your account, you’ll need to add your ClickBank ID so you can receive your commissions if someone makes a purchase. After that you go and plaster your affiliate link across the internet to hopefully make a sale.
I wish there were more to say about The Viral Review Bot, but there isn’t. It sounds simple but you won’t be earning anything close to the figures shown on the sales page.
It’s clear that this product is outdated just looking at the design:
The first thing you’ll see are videos in the centre of the screen that’ll walk you through the members’ area. The first video goes through the regular membership features and the second video shows you the extra features premium membership have access to.
Scroll down a little and you’ll find your links to promote The Viral Review Bot:
If you’re a regular member, you’ll only see the first link. The second link for The Viral Review Bot is for premium members only. Both links promote the same product. However there’s two different sales pages for what seems to be two different products.
Can anyone else smell fish or is it just me?
These links are for the products’ sales pages and are the exact same pages you would’ve seen when you purchased the product. The only difference is your affiliate ID is attached to these links so you’ll receive a commission if a purchase is made.
There are two different levels of membership to choose from when you initially sign up; Regular and Premium. As a premium member you’ll receive a few extras:
The only part of being premium that’s going to make a difference compared to a regular member are the AdSense commissions. The main sales page has AdSense ads in the right sidebar, and if you’re a regular member the product creators earn the commissions. Apart from that, premium membership is pointless.
A quick summary…
A regular member can promote The Internet Money Report (the top affiliate link in the earlier image) and a premium member can also promote The Viral Review Bot (the bottom affiliate link in the earlier image) but they’re both the same product. They just have different sales pages. A premium member also earns commissions from AdSense ads on the Internet Money Report sales page.
This is why this smells fishy and screams scam. Two different sales pages making wild claims to seemingly different products but they’re actually the exact same product.
This is what really makes The Viral Review Bot a huge pile of junk. The only part of the course that’s of actual substance is also crap. The traffic training section’s just a collection of old course that aren’t effective anymore.
Here’s a handful of what you’ll find:
These all screamed “CRAP!” to me but I decided to dig a little deeper to see how old these courses really were. Traffic Explosion stood out so I clicked on it:
This course contained 9 videos which were created in 2010. Man… there have been so many changes to internet marketing since 2010! You’ll struggle to find someone who’ll be able to tell you how many algorithm changes Google alone has made since 2010. Well what does this mean? It means that the majority of the training is out-of-date and therefore ineffective.
The traffic explosion course recommends spinning articles so Google can find more of your content:
Google LOVES unique content that’s written for the readers, not their bots. Google’s become extremely clever and can tell when the article is genuine or has been created to try and game the system.
The problem with spun content is the content doesn’t make any sense. If people can’t read your content because it makes no sense, they’re not going to stick around to click on any of the links you want them to. Google has figured out when the content makes no sense and will therefore rank you lower in the search results compared to the articles that are unique and make sense (if they rank your site at all).
You’ll struggle to generate traffic using any of the courses The Viral Review Bot provides, unless you purchase ads (which is something they also suggest).
If you do end up purchasing The Viral Review Bot, don’t expect to receive any help from the creators. The last update made within the course was in late 2011. Throughout the course you’re told to follow them on social media, which back in 2011 was Facebook and Twitter. I checked out both pages and neither had been updated since September 2011:
You can try asking any questions about the training, setting up campaigns, issues with your account, etc…, but you’ll be waiting forever and a day to get a response.
Yet another sign the product is crap. The creators can’t be bothered but have left the site active because people are still purchasing it and making them some money.
When you’re given a bunch of outdated courses to try and generate traffic for the product you’ve just purchased in hopes of getting a commission, is there any other rating to give The Viral Review Bot?
Also, when the course creators barely stuck around for the first year and are no longer anywhere to been seen solidifies the “F” rating.
Thankfully not everyone online is trying to scam you. Here at StoppingScams.com we have a collection of free courses you can take to help educate you in the many ways to create an income online. Here’s how our courses compare to The Viral Review Bot:
We’re not asking for $37/month. You can register for and go through the entirety of our courses completely free of charge.
We’ve seen products very similar to The Viral Review Bot before and have even written a review recently on one. Be careful and don’t listen to the wild claims of easy riches.
What are your thoughts on a product or course when the creators are no longer around to help their students? Does this make you curious or doubtful to the effectiveness of the product?
Use the comments section below you share your thoughts and opinions about The Viral Review Bot and products just like this.
Until next time.