How LeadsLeap Works

LeadsLeap

Make Free Money In 5 Ways


This is what LeadsLeap‘s founder, Kenneth Koh, claims his program can do for its members, and we are going to strip off for you. For me, to “make free money” means to make money without paying. So let’s see how LeadsLeap works, if Kenneth can deliver, or is it one of those hypes?

In order to give a very accurate review on any program or product that I analyse, I always signup for the highest level of membership so as to leave no stone unturned, or I buy the product and use it myself and/or have it used by someone that I trust.

Product Name: LeadsLeap
My Overall Evaluation: 5 ★★★★★ out of ★★★★★ – PASSED
Cost: $0 for free membership: Create your FREE account
Owners: Kenneth Koh
Website: LeadsLeap.com
Founded in 2008
Registered in Singapore

Training: 4.5 / 5.0
Support: 5.0 / 5.0
Website Builder: Some tools available
WordPress Hosting: Not available
Success Stories: 4.7 / 5.0
RealDealAffiliate.com Rating: 4.8 / 5.0

My review and how LeadsLeap works


My first impression when visiting the website was that it is simple, clear and of high quality. It is loaded with a huge amount of positive reviews which are for most part credible and seem to be genuine. Many of them bear a web address so that I could check their authenticity.

Whether you have already joined LeadsLeap or yet to be a member, this review will help you decide if this program is for you or not.

LeadsLeap is intended, according to its creator, to help you generate traffic and leads using a totally different and unique approach.

The various approaches include:


  • advertising
  • traffic
  • viral lists development
  • access to tools to convert your traffic into leads

What is the difference between “traffic” and “leads”?


If you are not a total newbie your will know that traffic refers to visitors to your website and leads are those visitors that have given you permission to contact them by giving you their details, at least their email address.

Advertising will normally bring you some traffic, but, according to Kenneth Koh,  it is the other approaches that are provided that will get you quality leads.
how LeadsLeap works

The sooner you grasp the difference, the nearer you will be getting to success.

Let’s look at the 7 ways they claim to get you traffic and leads


1. By advertise within LeadsLeapFREE


You can place a text ad like those below:

LeadsLeap ads

Your ad will appear in their Members Area and blog.

They claim to have 120,000+ members with the potential to see your ad.

They become members for a number of reasons.

1 – Many of them joined to get paid to view ads

They get paid according to how long they stay on an ad. The longer they stay, the more money they get.

Traditional PTC programs pay their viewers per ad. Therefore, the viewers have to stay at an ad for 10 or 20 seconds to get paid for that ad. Once the time is up, the viewer has go to the next ad to earn more money.

These systems are imperfect.

They are basically forcing the viewers to get off your ad and go to the next one once they have earned their money.

LeadsLeap, on the contrary, will pay the viewers as long as they are on your ad. If your offer is attractive, they will stay to find out more, and at the same time they will continue to get paid.

2 – Other members are marketers and/or website owners

They have joined to get traffic, leads and use the tools to build their businesses.

What do you think this means to you?

If you have a product or service to offer to this group of people, advertising in LeadsLeap is a no-brainer. Why?..  Because it’s FREE.

But being free to advertise doesn’t mean you can post just any kind of ad. According to Kenneth, they have a strict regulation in place: your ad must be family-friendly, in good English, no nudity, gambling or other offensive contents.

They say that they manually review each and every ad. Kenneth admits that it creates a lot of work, but that’s the only way to ensure the ad quality in the network.

2. By having your ads on 1,000’s of sites – FREE


The same advert that you have on their website will also be shown on thousands of other websites.

1 – They claim that your ad could be shown on more than 4000 websites/blogs operated by their members
  • I was not able to confirm that!

Why would people show your ads on their blogs or websites? The explanation given was that LeadsLeap pay them when their visitors click the ads.

  • I must admit, I found this system quite unique.
2 – The ads can also be shown in over 20000 trackers that are shown all over the Internet, including many traffic exchanges, PTCs and forums

Why do people use our tracker? Because, as they claim, their “unique tracker” can tell whether the traffic received are from real human visitors and not bots.

Some of their users have reported that their “unique tracker” has helped receiving refunds from dishonest traffic sellers who sold them fake traffic.

3. Search Engine Traffic – FREE


One of the proven ways to receive quality leads is by writing search engine optimized reviews on products or services that you know well and it will attract traffic from the search engines.

LeadsLeap runs a Social Review Directory – Below is a screenshot of it. Someone has even posted a 5 star review on Wealthy Affiliate:

how LeadsLeap works

 

You can write your own reviews on any businesses you know and submit them to the directory which is, according to them, already ranking very well in the search engines., and they will rotate your affiliate link in the reviews and get you free signups.

Here is what one of the users has to say about the “LeadsLeap Social Review“:

how LeadsLeap works

I personally find this concept very attractive.

As you can see, and I have made mention of it earlier on, you can make a Google search for the website of this David Martinet, and you will see that it is a genuine post (provided the website is still live). Now, this I find very comforting about the transparency of LeadsLeap.

4. Multiply A Few Leads Into Thousands – FREE


The LeadsLeap system also comes with a 10-level down-line builder. (also FREE?)

I have checked on that to make sure that it is really free and this is how Kenneth Koh explains it?

“Imagine that you recommend 10 people to join LeadsLeap and they do the same, you will have 100 extra leads at Level 2, 1000 extra leads at Level 3, 10000 extra leads at Level 4, and an incredible number of leads at level 10.”

To me, that sounds like mlm, but Kenneth argues that they are not an mlm company, and neither are they a safelist or mailer system where members email members.

how LeadsLeap works

Real case studies

“Our 10-level network is purely for leads building.”

Of course I had to dig in deeper to confirm his statement and indeed, I had to agree they LeadsLeap have a unique, healthy and annoyance-free communication system that permits up-lines to reach out only to their 10 levels of their down-lines.

“This “Down-line-Text-Message” feature is a really intelligent way to stay in touch with your people without annoying them, and yes, this feature goes 10-Levels deep. So you will not only be able to reach your personally referred people, but all they refer, and all they refer, and all they refer, and so on until the 10th level.”

Here is what Till Geissinger has to say:

 

how LeadsLeap works

 

5. Convert Your Website/Blog Traffic Into Leads – FREE


They also provide a free web-based popup generator called PopupXpert

It is of course well proven that popups increases the conversion of traffic to leads. But Kenneth assures that most popup generators out there are either costly or unreliable, plus, he claims that they are not as robust and flexible as the PopupXpert which can generate just about any type of popup imaginable, such as a “light-box”, a popup from a corner of your website or blog, a “floating” popup, a “slide up”, an “exit intent” popup, an “end-of-page” popup, a “mobile friendly” popup etc.

The image below shows PopupXpert ranking #1 in Google search.

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And again, another user’s report:

how LeadsLeap works

6. Your Own Autoresponder – FREE


They also provide an autoresponder system that you can use to build your own list.

According to what I have understood, this is a relatively new feature they have included, so it still has to prove its merit with time.

Technically, all you should have to do is to compose a lead magnet, create an opt-in offer using PopupXpert and deliver your offer using your very own Autoresponder.

And yes, it is also free and the list you build is totally yours, they assure that they will never send any promotional emails to your list.

7. Run Your Own Ebusiness Like A Pro – FREE


how LeadsLeap worksAnd finally, the last technique they offer to get you leads, is a full-fledged, self-hosted, un-encrypted PHP Script – Their famous fully customisable script, the OTO List Builder.

This script is perfect with:

  • built-in autoresponder,
  • mass mailer,
  • one-time offer system,
  • payment integration, and
  • affiliate program

It should give you the ability to build your very own sales funnel and run an online business like a pro.

I wanted to find out exactly how the OTO List Builder worked, so I created one:

  • First, you will need to have a free product to encourage people to optin.
  • When they have opted-in, you will offer them an irresistible one-time offer. A good bargain, one-time offer will converts perfectly!
  • Your leads can in turn offer the same free product to their leads, using their affiliate link and earn 100% commissions from the one-time offer.

Kenneth Koh assures that this is extremely viral and will grow your lists.

how LeadsLeap works

So, here it is, a full review of what LeadsLeap has to offer.

To recapitulate:


The negatives about LeadsLeap:

  • Although LeadsLeap has it all, and it is all free, I find the program a bit overwhelming for the newbie, but you do not need to use all the system
  • It took me a bit of time to navigate within the back office because of the many choices

The positives about LeadsLeap:

  • Everything is clearly laid out
  • Everything they say is free, is really FREE
  • The tools available to the members are of great quality
  • The support system is excellent. Kenneth Koh answers personally to messages in a timely manner
  • Zero risk to join as everything is free
  • LeadsLeap have an extensive blog with articles that members can use for their own blog with their ID embedded in all the links

So, yes, it is a program that I could easily recommend. It can very well work alongside with other programs such as Wealthy Affiliate for example. Now that you know just about everything about how LeadsLeap works, the decision is yours. I would suggest that you join like I did, for free, and see for yourself if it is really for you:

how LeadsLeap works

Thanks for reading


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47 comments

  • Hi John,

    What a great finding.
    I’ve never heard about LeadsLeap before but will definitely give it a try.
    You’ve clearly covered the major aspects and for anyone it is easy to understand that there is no hidden cost involve and free to join.
    I’ve got a question as well. Do they have any kind of referral system like WA?
    Thanks very much for this informative post.

    Reply
    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Sarim, and for taking the time to comment on my review of LeadsLeap. It is a fantastic concept and I hope that you will join very soon. As you have seen, it is totally free, and if you wish, you can upgrade to the more professional level to benefit from added value.

      I wish you the very best for your online venture.

      John ツ

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  • I came across Leads Leap a few times but I never really examine it,
    reading your review got me hook, I think I will be joining soon.

    You did a great job, thanks for sharing.

    Reply
    • Thanks for visiting my site Cosmus. I am glad that will look into LeadsLeap when you have a chance as it is really a great program which can work hand in hand with Wealthy Affiliate, one complementing each other very well.

      If you have any questions about how to make both work together, please do not hesitate to contact me here at any time.

      Best wishes of success with your online venture.

      John ツ

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  • Ilias

    Nice review John but I still have some questions. You place your ads for free and people who get paid to view ads see them.
    I cannot understand who pays them.

    It is an interesting business model, can you tell me more about your stats and sales or any testimonial stats?

    Reply
    • admin

      Thanks for your comment and good question Llias. There are big companies who join LeadsLeap and pay a lot of money to have their advert posted on prime positions, which gives the chance for the free members to post their ads for free. LeadsLeap concept is designed in such a way that a large number of the free members will eventually upgrade in order to fully benefit from the program.

      I look forward to any questions you may have.

      John ツ

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  • Dane

    What an interesting review of LeadsLeap.

    I love the fact that you went into so much detail about all of its key features and how it stands out from the rest.

    I also appreciated the portion of your review where you talked about the difference between traffic and lead, it really gave me some clearer input than i have gotten in the past.

    Great post!

    Reply
    • admin

      Thanks very much for taking the time to go through my review and to post your comments here. I hope that you will join LeadsLeap as it is a very powerful tool for promoting any other businesses online.

      Best wishes,

      John ツ

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  • Weston

    Thank you for your review of LeadsLeap. I appreciate the time and research you put into this. I like how you actually sign up and try out the program you are reviewing. This lets me know that you definitely have a good idea about the company and what they do.

    I like that your ads can be displayed on the other member’s websites because they get paid for it. It’s also nice that each ad is carefully reviewed before it can be posted.

    This program sounds like it’s worth checking out. And, like you said, why not try it out since it’s free.

    Thank you for your honest review!

    Weston

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    • John

      Thanks for your comment Weston. I am glad that you find my review on LeadsLeap informative and I hope that you will join soon, and please do let me know if you have any questions.

      I look forward to seen you here again soon.

      John ツ

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  • Sharon

    Hi John,

    Thank you for sharing this detailed review of LeadsLeap. Like you said, it is very overwhelming indeed. Yes, I am a newbie to affiliate marketing. Your summarised main points are good for me to understand. I will bookmark this for the near future. Am sure it will come in handy once I have completed my course with WA.

    Cheers,
    Sharon

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  • Matthew

    Wow! This is what I have been looking for!
    I have my own website and not getting much traffic so I’m not really getting any money made from it, having my website advertised for free sounds to good to be true though. What’s the catch???
    They claim they don’t want anything in return but there has to be something

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comment Matthew. There is no catch. I guess that it works on the same system as Wealthy Affiliate, they have 2 levels of membership, one is free where you can use all their tools for free but to advertise you need to earn your advertising spots by viewing others’ advertisements. And a large percentage of the free members will upgrade sooner or later to have their adverts shown on prime spots and more often, and the upgrade fee is very reasonable considering the benefits there are.

      Best wishes for your online venture.

      John ツ

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  • Marios Tofarides

    Hi John,

    This is an interesting concept you are describing. And above all, free. Working with Wealthy Affiliate is also a big plus.

    I will surely check it out and maybe join the program since it provides many useful options for free.

    Thanks again for a great review, and keep up the good work!

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comments Marios. I am sure that you will find the tools you need at LeadsLeap to improve your Wealthy Affiliate venture, it works very well for me.

      Reply
  • ches

    Hi there and thanks for a comprehensive review of LeadsLeap which I also have not heard of. It certainly looks too good to be true with everything being free, a rarity nowadays.

    I must admit I found it all a bit overwhelming especially me being not too savvy with this kind of program. I will have to read your review a couple more times to try and take it all in and even take notes!

    This is just the kind of help I’m looking for. My website is woefully inefficient at greating traffic, let alone leads and I sincerely hope I can get to grips with everything this program has to offer. The fact that it will work alongside Wealthy Affiliate of which I am a member, inspires me to join! Great review!

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comment Ches. As I said in my review, LeadsLeap is loaded with excellent tools, but you do not have to use all of them. I am quite acquainted with Internet marketing and I am not using even half of them yet.

      Best wishes of success with your Wealthy Affiliate.

      John ツ

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  • Neil

    Looking at all the great features of LeadsLeap, it seems like a program that’s worth joining for growing a business.

    And since it doesn’t cost anything to get started, there’s no harm in dipping the toes to try it out.

    I do like the fact that there’s a review feature for rankings in Google. This is great for the folks who don’t have their own blogs or know how to do SEO.

    Thanks for the review of LeadsLeap. I will definitely bear the program in mind for my own online business needs.
    Neil

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comments Neil. I do appreciate you taking the time to share your views on the program in review. I am very fond of LeadsLeap where I have been a Pro member for many years. It is a good program to attract subscribers because of all their free applications and tools, even as a free member, and to then invite them to join Wealthy Affiliate, and vis versa. Great combination.

      If you have any questions please post them here so that we can all benefit. I usually reply within 24 hours.

      Best wishes for your online venture.

      John ツ

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  • Edward

    Hi John,
    Thanks for this great review. Never heard of LeadsLeap and it definitely looks interesting.
    I have a question, though. Are you using it yourself? If so, can you share some of your own results?

    Again, many thanks for this clear review. Will be looking to join.

    Best,
    Edward

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comment and question Edward. 

      LeadsLeap has been around since 2008, which is not that long ago after all, but for an online company, it is good enough to prove its stability. It is becoming increasingly popular because of its generosity in free advertising space, free marketing tools, training, etc. that is provided to the FREE member as well as the PRO member.

      Yes, I am a member of LeadsLeap since many years. I started as a free member and upgraded to PRO soon after, as I have understood the enormous extra benefits it would give me and my businesses. For example, it is a perfect match for most affiliate programs and in particular for Wealthy Affiliate I personally work with both to send unlimited qualified traffic to each other.

      If you have any questions please ask them here as it will benefit my readers.

      Best wishes of success with your online businesses,

      John ツ

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  • Ron Kirby

    Excellent review. I’m a newbie at Internet Marketing and as such, having a difficult time driving traffic and leads to my site(s). Leads Leap appears to me a possible means of helping make my sites profitable. Your review opens up a ton of potential ideas for me to follow. Having chosen a helping people quit smoking niche, I created a free e-book, but have no clue on how to promote it. I think trying Leads Leap may open that door for me. I’ll probably give it a try this weekend and see how it goes.

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comment and for sharing your thoughts with us Ron. I guess that if you are helping people to quit smoking, you must be an ex-smoker yourself (like me). I used to smoke over 50 cigs a day, and even used to wake up two or three times at night to light a fag. So good for you, if you can help people get rid of this deadly habit, go for it Ron. It can be done!

      I have been marketing online since 2001 and have done about all that is legal to do online, so today, if someone would ask me what are the programs I would recommend to use in order to make money, I would recommend only these two: Wealthy Affiliate and LeadsLeap, both work together like clockwork, sending business from one to the other. Once set up correctly, that’s all one would need.

      If you have any questions on these opportunities, please feel free to post them here so that we can all benefit.

      Best wishes of success with your online venture.

      John ツ

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  • Craig McCartan

    I decided to bookmark the site John. At first I was apprehensive as I thought this might be like traffic monsoon where you may have to click on 20 banners a day to get paid. What I like about leadsleap is that they have been around since 2008 which gives me a bit of peace of mind. I will definitely have a look into it in more detail.

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    • John

      Thanks for your comment Craig. As you will find out if your join LeadsLeap is that it is totally unique and different from any other advertising platforms. It is not easy to explain unless you see it for yourself. You can join as a free member or as a PRO. With both statuses you have access to all the bells and whistles (more advertising space if you are a PRO) and can promote the system and earn some money as well, which can quickly pay for your PRO membership if you wish to upgrade.

      Let me know if you have any questions Craig and I look forward to seeing you around.

      Best wishes,

      John ツ

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  • Ellie

    This system reminds me very much on MAP or MAPS where many of my friends and I got ripped off. Since that time I am very cautious with “ads to be clicked” and free programs like that. First of all, how on earth would they pay website owners to show ads if the publishers of ads don’t pay anything? Additionally where comes the money to pay members who click the ads and want to earn money for watching the ads?
    Maybe I am too sceptical, but are you sure that this company is really legit?

    Reply
    • John

      Thanks for your comment Ellie. I remember of a program a few years ago (I don’t remember how it was called) where I was accumulating loads of $s very quickly for clicking ads and referring people, and the best part of it is that I could really draw my income once I reached my threshold, and even received a confirmation that my funds have been transferred to my bank account and would be available within the next few days. The money never arrived, and when I contacted support, they would tell me that they have done the transfer, they showed me a confirmation and that it was up to me to contact my bank.

      So I understand your skepticism Ellie. LeapLeads has 2 levels of memberships, the FREE membership and the PRO membership which costs $27 a month. The difference between the two is that the free member has to click ads for his ads to appear on others websites and emails, etc. The PRO member doesn’t have to click ads to have his ads appear in the same places as the free member, but he can if he wants to add more exposure to his ads. The free and the PRO members receive a percentage on the referrals they have when they upgrade to PRO (the free members gets less than the PRO member), that’s about how it works.

      I have been a member of LeadsLeap for years, some times as a free member, but most of the time as a PRO member and I have earned some income, and got paid for it. For me, it is not a program that I look at for earning, but a great platform to promote other great money making programs such as Wealthy Affiliate, Jaaxy, etc.

      I hope to have answered your questions and I look forward to seeing you here often.

      Best wishes,

      John ツ

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      • Hi John,
        thanks for your answer, well I might try it out then.
        See you around.
        Ellie

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        • You are most welcome Ellie, and let me know if you have any questions.

          Best wishes,

          John ツ

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  • Pretty happy I stumbled across this review on Leadsleap.com. I always kind of disregard a lot of testimonials I read online. But, it’s good that you checked them and verified them. Anyone can say anything in this internet world that we live in.

    It’s good that they manually review every ad. If they didn’t it would be a dirty free for all with all kinds of nudity, pharmacy, payday loans, etc.

    I was interested in conversions, though? Traffic is fine, but if it doesn’t convert it isn’t worth it. Do you have any screenshots or statistics that show conversions?

    Reply
    • Thanks for your comments Garen. You are quite right to skip most testimonials posted on products or services, to a certain extent though, as some serious websites only post verified reviews such as Amazon for example, since a couple of years you have to have bought and used the product to be able to post a review. LeadsLeap has also come to this practice a while back.

      You will be delighted to know that my next article will be about conversion of traffic into sales, so stay tuned. In the main time, there is a very interesting course that is available on Wealthy Affiliate entitled “Traffic Conversion Strategy“. I highly recommend it. It is a free course, you just have to signup for free.

      So, Garen, I look forward to seeing you here soon and if you have joined my mailing list (at the bottom of every posts), you will be the first to be informed when the new article come out.

      Best wishes,

      John ツ

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  • I used safelist for getting traffics but the result was bad .
    Your information is helpful to me.
    I will give LeadsLeap a shot.
    Thank you.

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    • Thanks for your input and for sharing your familiarity with safelists. By experience safelists are more a thing of the past, but maybe not completely dead. As we know the Internet is something that changes very quickly, a bit like a fashion. Some years back building lists was in full swing, then it was not converting that well anymore, but it seems that it has become the flavor of the month again, for a while at least. What I like about LeadsLeap (I have been a PRO member for years) is that, its founder Kenneth Koh, is one of the most experienced Internet marketers in existence, he knows exactly what we need to make our online experience a success, and freely shares his knowledge and unique marketing tools with anyone wishing to join, even as a free member.

      It blends extremely well in any online businesses that one may be involved with, and of course, I can highly recommend it. I can even go as far as suggesting that it will be the number one program to join in 2018.

      I wish your a very Happy, Healthy and Successful New Year!

      John ツ

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  • Hi John,

    Thank you very much for sharing this great review on LeadsLeap, I must say this is the first time I have heard of it.

    I have been looking for something similar for a while now to allow me to promote my affiliate links. The fact that you can sign for free, its sound promising but from what I understood in your report, the free version would require me to click on other people’s Ads so my Ad can also be shown.

    How many Ads are you expected to click and for how long? Similarly, how many times will my Ad be shown as a free member?

    I like the way you cover the pros and cons of what the system offers. It gives a head start on some knowledge of what to expect before joining. Are you able to convert consistently or is it just sporadic?

    Do forgive me for asking too many questions, but I really would like to know so I can make an informed decision whether to join or not.

    I am glad I stumbled on your site and found this article. As business owners, we always look for ways to get good quality traffic that can convert.

    Thank you for sharing this article. What a gem!

    Best wishes
    Rabia

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    • Thanks for visiting my website and for taking the time comment Rabia. That’s right, as a free member on LeadsLeap you need to click ads to get points for your ads to be visible to the rest of the members plus more than 4000 external websites.

      As free member, you can have only 3 ads posted and once the ads are approved they will be shown in the network as long as you have more than 1 credit in your account. Traffic to your ads will consume 0.4 credit for every 5 seconds of surfing. The number of points you earn for clicking an ad is variable, it depends on where the ad was placed and how long you stay on the ad. The down side with the free membership is that you need to go and re-active your ads every 2 weeks, that is to make sure that your ad is up to date. You can have 10 ads running.

      I quickly understood that the PRO membership was the way forward. The upgrade cost is worth avoiding the time spent clicking. It is only $19 a month (it was $27 when I first joined years ago). As a PRO member you can set up 10 Pro Ads and 10 Credit Ads (so if you find the time to click you can do so to have more exposure of your ads). Besides getting 300-500 visitors from Pro Ads. Pro Members with lots of credits feedback also receive 300-400 visitors via their Credit Ads.

      So it is very much an advantage to be a PRO Member, but it of course depends on your advertising budget. You could of course try the PRO membership for a couple of months and downgrade to the free version if you don’t like it, you will lose your Pro Ads, and left with 3 of your Credit Ads which will continue to be visible as long as you click for credits.

      I have been a member of LeadsLeap since 2009 and had adverts running for all sorts of businesses (have been earning online since 2001), being retired now, I have reduced my activities to running only a few of my best programs, one is Wealthy Affiliate and another one is LeadsLeap. I promote both of them on various places (like my social networks), when people land on LeadsLeap and join, they soon see my adverts for Wealthy Affiliate and some will join my team. If they find my adverts for Wealthy Affiliate and joined, they will come across my adverts for LeadsLeap and very often join there, so I gain members on both sides.

      And besides that, LeadsLeap has a lot of free tools for you to use and grow your various businesses.

      Sorry for this very long message but I hope to have clarified a few things for you. If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to contact me again

      I wish you the very best with your online venture.

      John ツ

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      • Hi John

        Thank you for your well explained and detailed reply to my questions.

        I now feel more informed and will help with my decision when deciding whether I should get the free or paid version.

        There is a lot to take into account and as you rightly said, it depends on my advertising budget.

        I will see how things go and will come to a decision soon.

        Thank you again for the clarification.

        Best wishes
        Rabia

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  • Dave

    Hey there,

    I am just getting my foot into online marketing and some expert told me that leadsleap is a must have for someone who is serious about making money with affiliate programs.

    But I see you say it is not wise to start with this program as a newbie. Is there are any other program like this you’d recommend I start with before you use leadsleap?

    I will be waiting for your reply.

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    • John

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for being such a regular visitor to my website and for taking the time to comment on my various articles. It is correct that LeadsLeap is one of the best sites for making money online. Firstly from LeadsLeap affiliate program that is very generous, both in commissions and for the very useful tools that they provide to promote any other businesses that one may be running.

      Personally, I have been a PRO member at LeadsLeap for many years now and I am also a Premium member at Wealthy Affiliate. Both complement each other, as one sends prospects to the other and vice-versa.

      Although I mentioned in my review that a newbie could be overwhelmed by all that is made available on LeadsLeap, I do not mean to scare them off, on the contrary. So, Dave, if I were you, I wouldn’t wait to join LeadsLeap and promote it as your affiliate program and if you don’t have any other business, then, I highly recommend that you join Wealthy Affiliate at the same time, and run with it.

      Let me know if you have any questions, and if you need help setting up your accounts.

      I wish you the very best,

      John ツ

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  • JeffWA

    Hi John. Initially in reading your thoughts on this company, I was a bit skeptical and in particular how if a person were to join for free in the quest of promoting a product(s), and in connection with that members get paid for viewing these ads then where would the money come from?

    I noticed that a comment previously posted by an individual who read your review of Leads Leap had the same question. You then provided an answer by stating that a lot of companies are in business with Leads Leap who have been willing to pay $ to have their adverts seen and positioned high according to rankings.

    However, as you proved emphatically, joining as a member to at least try out what Leads Leap has to offer would be for free. True, you would not receive the full benefits of what this company would have to offer as far as providing extra tools to help a person promote his/her business. But from what I can read, this opportunity is not a scam.

    Thanks for the info that you presented in your article, John. Any website business owner who promotes products in a niche would love to have not only traffic, but in addition as many leads as possible who could possibly convert into becoming purchasing customers.

    Jeff

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    • John

      Thanks for visiting my website and for taking the time to comment on my How LeadsLeap Works review. I see that you have seriously done your homework Jeff and I am pleased to read that you have understood really how the LeadsLeap system works. I must admit, it is not very easy to believe that a free member can benefit from so many tools to promote their own businesses. This is why I do recommend to join and see for oneself, then decide to upgrade to PRO, or cancel their membership.

      Personally, as explained on my How LeadsLeap Works review, I have been with LeadsLeap for many years as a PRO member and once my account has been set up, I hardly get to it, but it regularly gets me paid members to my various businesses, including my favorite and most lucrative: Wealthy Affiliate.

      I look forward to seeing you here often Jeff as I have many more exciting reviews in preparation that I am sure you will enjoy reading.

      Take care,

      John ツ

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  • jack

    Hey John, This LeadsLeap, look’s like a great platform for accelerating my site’s performance. I am a pretty new blogger, however, I have been knee deep in my research, and my diligence is starting to pay off, I have never heard of LeadsLeap, once again I am in a transition of seeing my traffic growth. perhaps this could be a way to enlarge my traffic and conversion rate, the free initial stepping stone seem’s like a legitimate way to start this program. great engaging content John, and I will be seeing you very soon, as I move forward with this platform, sincerely, Jack

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    • John

      Hey Jack,

      Thanks very much for visiting my website and for commenting on my “How LeadsLeap Work” article. Personally, it is my favorite advertising platform. I have been with it for many years as a PRO member. I saw it grow and always over delivering.  It always provided me high quality leads for the many businesses I have been promoting, and it includes my main program, Wealthy Affiliate, with great success.

      I am glad that you are seeing some growth with your blog. It does take time and determination, but if you do it properly, you will get there eventually.

      I wish you the best Jack, and let me know if you have any questions with just about anything Internet Marketing.

      John ツ

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  • Marta

    Hi John! Thank you for sharing! I agree with you when you say that LeadsLeap can be overwhelming for a newbie. I was curious about what you’ve written in your post but at the same time, I had a lot of questions in regard to it. Did I understand well, signing up on this platform would bring free real traffic to my site? It’s a bit unbelievable that everything is free… Why so? If you have nothing to pay how can they earn by offering to you all this stuff for free?

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    • John

      Thanks for your questions Marta. You are not the only one to wonder how can all these tools can be available to free members. The reason is that most members are PRO members, which is a paying level of membership at LeadsLeap. People joining as free members very quickly realise that if they upgraded to PRO they would have much more exposure for their ads on top of other advantages. Joining as a free member give people all the time they need to see how LeadsLeap works and there is no pressure to upgrade, as there is time limit to try and use the full system.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

      John ツ

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  • I have seen LeadsLeap around but I really never tried it. After reading your review, I came to conclusion that it is the right time to give it a try. Thank you for the insightful review.

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    • Thanks very much for visiting my website and for taking the time to comment on my “How LeadsLeap Work” Lusekelo. I am glad that you found it interesting. Yes, you really should give LeadsLeap a try, you can try it for free, but you will soon realise how extremely useful the PRO membership is, and very affordable.

      I have been a Pro member for years and it is my main source of visitors to my website “How To Fire Your Boss“.

      Let me know if you have any questions and I wish you the very best.

      John

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