LeapViral is a site just like mylikes that promises the online publishers to earn from sharing links of blogposts to their social media accounts eg twitter, face book, google+, blogs, forums etc and attract visits through the links by their audience, whereby the earning potential would be determined by the quality of traffic generated through the link. The main reason of creating the site is said to be, sending traffic to the sponsored sites owners who pay leapviral for the service.

As a publisher/user, one is recommended to perform a test to the link and determine the kind of the traffic/audience targeted before submitting the link to his (most recommended audience is aged 35+) and the performance of the link would also be affected by the time of submission.

The users are also able to earn from reffering new members to the site besides the earnings from the link submissions and it is said that some users who are able to attract QUALITY traffic to the given sites are able to earn up to over $42 dollars for 1000 visits (which varies based on quality), this also means that the publisher can be able to attract quantity traffic and earn nothing.

When I was introduced to leapviral, I was so eager to earn through my personal blog, face book, twitter, tsu, google plus audiences etc and I would improve my audience afterwards when things worked.

As usual, I had to carry out a scam check about the new site to earn from. The scamadvisor.com proved a trust rating of 75%, while scamvoid.com had no much information about leapviral, after also reading some positive reviews on the web I decided to give it a shot for I had nothing to lose since it is just free to join.

After trying to submit the given links to my audience severally without any results of earnings (not even a single click in my stats), I am convinced that something is not really right, or did I miss something?

Anyway, this might be as the result of sending QUANTITY traffic instead of QUALITY traffic, and the fact that I am not a US user. But wait! Most of my audience on social media sites are from USA.

My suspicions that LeapViral is scam have been strengthened by the factual evidence that all the links provided to be shared by the publishers lead to the posts found on the same site, called worthalike.com (can it be a real fact that this is the only sponsored site available so far?) and no new links added since the time I signed up, a week ago.

In conclusion, I can summarize my scam claims about LeapViral as just a fake site created to send traffic to worthalike.com, the site which is probably owned by the same person. And that the positive reviews around the web about LeapViral are all the work of the site owner promoting it to attract the unsuspecting users.

Suppose my suspicions are right, I believe this is the smartest way to drive traffic to any site to be employed by the scammers to earn big through different ways, CPA, CPM etc.

This is my stand for now as I wait for a convincing feedback as to why I should change my mind about it. Feel free to leave your opinion about this; you never know how much it might help me or anyone else, especially if you can prove that LeapViral works as supposed to.

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9 Comments on LeapViral, is it just another scam site to stay away from or a legit way to earn big online?

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  1. Hi,

    So what is your opinion now nearly 2 years later when we are still in business? Do you honestly think that we as a business founded in Helsinki Finland, could still be operating under the very strict EU laws that we always have, if we were some sort of fraud? If you stop and think for a second, you would understand that our business model simply does not work if we do not give what we promise. It’s pretty simple; We earn, when our publishers earn, so losing our publishers by not being trustworthy would be rather bad for our business, don’t you think?

    Therefore, maybe it is just you jumping in to conclusion without ever even joining LeapViral. Maybe it is you who are making false accusations and trying to tarnish our reputation. Maybe you should re-consider publishing this slander considering the fact that it is illegal.

    Best Regards,
    LeapViral

  2. Having read this I thought it was really informative. I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this short article together. I once again find myself personally spending a significant amount of time both reading and posting comments. But so what, it was still worth it!

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