My Leads Leap Review – How I’ve Gotten More Than 79,000 Clicks

Leads Leap is one of the rare, long-time Advertising resources for Internet marketers which has become better and better over the years.

I’ve been a happy member for around 8 years and I’ve continued to receive high quality traffic (Over 79K visitors to my websites and counting) and leads from it.

What is Leads Leap?

It’s a text link advertising exchange platform for Internet marketers in the ‘make money online’ niche. You can advertise your websites, affiliate links and programs, and get real visitors.

With the upgrade to 2.0, they’ve introduced a traffic exchange so you can earn credits (clicks) by clicking on other members’ ads.

They offer free ads (for free members) and Pro ads for Pro members which get a whole lot more exposure than free member ads.

I’m a Pro member, so I pay the $27 per month to have my ads running on autopilot. This is a small price to pay for the peace of mind of having non-stop traffic and leads. Plus the commissions I earn each month from referrals, more than pays for my membership.

How I’ve Gotten Over 79,000 Clicks From Leads Leap

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My traffic has grown over the years, because I’ve been building my downline and my ads show to those in my downline.


I’m getting about 25 to 35 unique visitors per day to my sites. My site gets about a 5% sign up rate from cold traffic, so that means about 2 new fresh leads a day.

How To Set Up Your Ads

Where Are Your Ads Shown?

1) On the Leads Leap blog, (check out the blog here)

2) Inside the Member’s Area (sidebar),

3) Inside the Newsletter Emails to the members,

4) On the LeadsLeap Widget which is placed on more than 4000 websites, (I’ve got my Leads leap widget at the bottom of this post)

5) In the Ad widget in The Real Tracker (a click tracking tool available to leads leap members).

And, I’ve Made Over $4,013 In Affiliate Commissions By Referring Others

Another reason to love Leads leap is the affiliate (referral) program that pays out 50% (I think that’s right) commissions on Pro member upgrades. And it’s RECURRING commissions, which is what I’m all about. My monthly commission pays for my pro membership with leaves me with a lot left over.

Pro Tips

Advertise your squeeze page. Don’t advertise someone else’s website as an affiliate. The exception is something like 30 Minute list where you can build your list while promoting.

Track your ads. Use tracking links (I use Ad trackz Gold) to track clicks, conversions and sales. See the Video #2 above for the kind of tracking I do.


How To Install Thee Leads Leap Widget to Get Free Traffic

After signing up for your account, you’ll be able to create a widget and get the code to put on your website. (My widget is below this post).

Every impression and click you generate earns you credits which turns into advertising for you in the network. So, installing the widget is an important step because it’s what makes the system work.

Where to Sign Up

Here is my affiliate link to Join Leads Leap.

First, you sign up for a free account, then you’ll see an offer to upgrade to Pro at a discounted rate for the first 14 (?) days after you sign up.

Try the Pro membership. It’s well worth it if you, a) use the ads/traffic to build your list, b) refer others and earn commissions.

Watch this space for more videos and info about Leads Leap. There is actually much more to it than I have put here so far.

Stuart Stirling


It’s Amazing What 5 Bucks Can Get You

I discovered a few weeks ago through an email from a fellow marketer. I thought the whole idea with Fiverr was pretty cool – you can take up people’s offers to do little things for $5 and you can offer to do things for others for $5 too – but I didn’t really see any use for it… until now! For Outsourcing

If you go to the main page you’ll see a whole lot fo random Fiver offers… for example “I will phone up anyone you want on their birthday and sing Happy Birthday to them Marilyn Monroe style for $5” which doesn’t really appeal to us marketers.

But, dig a little deeper using their search function and you can uncover a goldmine of internet marketing related services being offered. Almost anything you can think of, you can find someone who will do it for $5.

From creating sales videos, to spinning articles, to designing logos to submitting your websites to directories.. the list is endless. And you guessed it, every job will set you back just a tiny 5 bucks.

Now don’t get me wrong, you’re not going to find someone who is going to write you a full-length sales letter or 50 page ebook for $5. But for smaller, tedious jobs that you don’t have time to do or don’t want to do yourself, Fiverr is the place to go to outsource.

I found a couple of people to get backlinks and to turn an article into a video for me. There will be a couple of days turn around time – but if it wors out well I’ll definitely be using them again.

I don’t think I have to tell you the benefits of outsourcing. There is only so much you can do on your own. Outsourcing lets you borrow an extra set of hands to get more done. If you’ve never outsourced before, Fiverr is the place to go and try it. For Advertising

Fiverr is not only an awesome place to outsource tasks, it’s also an awesome place to advertise your service and or products.

Today I was looking for someone to make some stickers for a niche website I run, and found one guy offering 2 stickers for $5. When I went to see his offer, I ended up at his website (his URL was in his offer description) and am probably going to place an order for about $150! So for him to advertise a $5 deal got him a $150 order instead.

Fiverr is a great place to be creative with your offers and you need to be to stand out. Doing tasks for $5 is not going to make you rich, but the potential to get clients for bigger ticket services and prodcuts is definitely there.

There are people selling digital downloads saying “I will sell you Instant Adsense Profits video course with Master Resell Rights for $5” which could be ok to get leads, but just like everywhere you advertise, you need a unique, irresistible offer to get people jumping on it.

I can see getting more and more popular in the future. Not too many people know about it now so this is a good chance to get your offer or ‘gig’ up there.

To your success,

Stu “Sensei” Stirling

p.s. Have you used Fiverr before? What was your experience? Good or bad? What did you outsource? What are you offering? Please leave a comment and share this post!