Created by Paul and Sidd Ponna, Autoblog Samurai is a piece of software that is designed to automate the creation of content for your WordPress or blogger blog.
What is the product?
Autoblog Samurai is allegedly able to automatically create content for blogs based around a chosen niche and keyword. Paul and Sidd Ponna claim that this content is optimised for search engines to get your rankings as high as possible. On top of this Autoblog Samurai is claimed to be able to generate content not just in English, but 20 other languages as well. All of this sounds great but I am concerned that there is a lack of evidence of explanation as to how this works. I would expect at the very least an example of an article that Autoblog Samurai created but this is conspicuously absent. As well as the blog creation aspect of Autoblog Samurai Paul and Sidd Ponna allege that their software can link up all of your affiliate accounts as well.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There is a one off fee for Autoblog Samurai that is allegedly available for a limited time of $77. On top of that are additional monthly costs that are cleverly hidden behind a free trial of Autoblog Samurai Pro which costs $37 per month after the first month. As Autoblog Samurai is sold through ClickBank there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place. In terms of profitability, it is a difficult thing to measure with a product like Autoblog Samurai. Really it all depends on the amount of work you are willing to put in. If it works as advertised and you have an existing network results could be good but otherwise I wouldn’t expect a fortune.
Does the product provide value for money?
I am not entirely convinced that Autoblog Samurai does provide value for money.
There are two things that I find off putting about Autoblog Samurai. Unfortunately these aren’t really what I would consider minor indiscretions. The first is the aforementioned lack of evidence or examples of Autoblog Samurai in action. The second is the questionable billing process. I don’t like upsells like that try to slip by finding that they bring into question the integrity of the product as a whole.