Oh boy, another affiliate marketing ad, this time by someone named Harriette Wilkinson. It’s weird though, you don’t really see her ever again throughout the rest of the sales funnel…
What’s up with that?
Scroll down for my full Harriette Wilkinson Affiliate Marketing Prowess review.
The ad starts off by saying: “Want to discover how everyday normal people are taking a massive shortcut to success with this brand new method?” Well of course, I mean who is going to say no to that? Not gonna lie, it seems like this ad starts off super generic… “It’s such a straight forward model and can work for anyone who is willing to follow a simple plan.”.
After that it drops a link to the landing page she is promoting.
Then finally, the written ad concludes with this “If you’re looking for a real way to create success, without needing a ton of experience or special skills, this is for you.” Gee, where have I heard that one before? It’s not like that exact sentence hasn’t been used by every single other affiliate marketer online right?
Alrighty, this ad has a whole heap of red flags…let’s start breaking them down.
For one, this Harriette lady…I mean aside from her name being the account…you literally never see her again. Hell, it makes me even wonder if that’s a real account in the first place. Why am I suspicious? Well right below the written ad is a video ad…and Harriette is nowhere to be found. In fact, it’s some other lady altogether. Talk about confusing…
The video ad contains the same generic hype you’ve seen with all the other ones. This lady is overly energetic and just comes off as super inauthentic…not to mention it’s pretty clear she’s reading off a script on a screen behind her. She alludes to the next page (that landing page I mentioned earlier) containing a revolutionary new method to making money online and being able to quit your Job.
What’s it called?
The Commission Multiplier.
On this landing page you’re greeted with a 25 minute video that contains no audio for some reason (you may wanna fix that guys…) that is full of quick jump cuts and quick social proof after quick social proof from what appear to be testimonial interviews. After that is what appears that’s supposed to be voiceover over b-roll footage, but I can’t tell for sure because the audio doesn’t work.
Ok, so what are my final thoughts? Well the ad and sales funnel is just so all over the place that I can’t recommend it. I mean if their marketing is this disorganized on the front end, what might the program look like? And how am I supposed to believe they can teach me some good methods when I’m just totally confused about what’s going on?
And the price? They claim that there’s a value of $5,998 for everything they’re providing. But for you, they’re going to give it to for 99% off…so basically $60. Yeah, I call BS. If someone really had something worth nearly $6000, they’re not giving a discount of more than a couple hundred bucks.
My recommendation? Check out what I do below, you’ll find it’s not nearly as disorganized 🙂