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TRT update: Archive Your Old Links + 24 Hour Stats


We have made 2 minor improvements to The Real Tracker.

1) Archive Links

You can now archive links that do not need frequent monitoring.

To archive/unarchive a link, simply click the archive icon as shown below:

Why archive a link?

The advantage of archiving links is to reduce the number of links that are shown immediately when you enter the TRT Link page.

If you have hundreds of TRT links, this feature will be very useful to you.

By archiving old links, you can quickly access those links that you are currently actively monitoring.

How to access archived links?

Archived links can be viewed by selecting the ‘Show All Archived‘ option from the Tag Filter.

Archived links will also be viewed when you filter the results by Tag.

You can easily differentiate an archived links from an unarchived links by the color of the archive icon. An archived link will have an orange archive icon, like the example below:

2) 24 Hour Stats

This is a feature request from our fellow member, Theresa.

Previously you can view the stats in periods of 7 days, 14 days and 30 days. Theresa needs to access the 24 hour stats.

This option is now available.

To view the 24 hour stats, simply select ‘Past 24 Hours‘ under the Period option (see the screenshot below).

I hope you’ll find these improvements useful. Have a great weekend!

New Feature In TRT: You Can Now Track Conversions At 2 Levels


We had a feature request from our fellow member, Nequan.

“Hello, I am loving the Real Tracker but I just have one question or suggestion. Is there a way for me track conversions on a 2nd level? For example, I can track my optins but I can’t seem to figure out how to track where my OTO sales are coming from after the optin. Is there a way for me to do this? And if not, do you have any plans on adding this feature? Thanks.”

This feature is ready.

The stats in the TRT Link Manager now looks like this:

Notice that there are 2 conversion stats, Convert A and Convert B (see arrow 1).

You can use Convert A to track opt-in conversion and Convert B to track sales conversion.

“Kenneth, what if I only track sales conversion? Can I use Convert A, or must I use Convert B?”

If you only track one thing, just use either Convert A or Convert B.

Basically they are both conversion trackers to be placed in two different webpages and they are independent. You can track anything you want, in any order, not necessary to be one for opt-in, one for sales. If you need to make a note on what conversion they track, use the Note feature (see arrow 2).

How To Use

First, you need to understand that conversion tracking can only be used on your own webpage. If you are trying to track an affiliate link, i.e. you have no access to the source code of the link, then you can’t use conversion tracking. The best thing you can do is to track the Response, which is a measure of the clicking activity.

With that understanding, let’s say you want to track the opt-in rate, click on the link button (shown in arrow 3 below) to get the tracking code. Insert the tracking code into the opt-in confirmation page.

Next, let’s say you want to track the sales conversion also. Click on the other link button (see arrow 4 below) to get the tracking code for Convert B, insert the code into the sales confirmation page.

That’s it.

When someone visits your offer and opt-in, Convert A will increase by 1. If the person makes a purchase, Convert B will also increase by 1.

Not to forget that these conversion stats can be sorted by the Traffic Source and Country. So you will be able to tell which Traffic Source or Country gives you the best conversion.

That’s all for today’s update. I hope you will find this feature useful.

Turn Social Review Into Your Own Review Blog!


Two weeks ago, we launched LeadsLeap Social Review. The feedback has been good. As I said, that was just the beginning of something bigger!

Now you can turn the Social Review into your own review blog, advertise it and see the conversion soar!

Why Advertise A Review? Why Not The Product Site?

I’m sure you’ve come across several review sites and perhaps signed up some programs because of the reviews you’ve read.


Because we tend to trust other people’s recommendation than the product sales-letter.

It’s human.

That’s why bloggers who write good reviews always enjoy better conversions than affiliates who simply promote the product sales-letters.

With Social Review, you can now do the same.

You can customize any Social Review page with your affiliate link and advertise that page.

Advantages Of Advertising Your Review

1) Get better conversion

As I said, people believe in reviews more than the product sales-letter. With Social Review, your prospects not only can read your review but also other users’ reviews.

Once you customize the review page, ALL the links to the product site will be your affiliate link.

Hence, as long as your prospects click to the product site, they will click via your link.

2) No need to worry about iframe blocking issues

Most, if not all, traffic exchanges use iframe technology in their ad viewing system. However, some programs block themselves from iframe, i.e. the website will be blank when viewed in an iframe.

If you advertise the Social Review page, there is no such worry.

When visitors click to the product site, they will open the site in a new browser window.

3) Build your LeadsLeap team at the same time

Needless to say, when you promote your reviews, your LeadsLeap ID is at the same time cookied in the visitor’s browser. If they sign up LeadsLeap, they will be in your team.

4) Cross promote ALL your other reviewed products

This is perhaps the most powerful feature in the system. Read on…

Let’s say you advertise one of your reviews, but the prospect isn’t interested. Instead, he reads other product reviews and signup another program.

As long as you’ve reviewed that program, your affiliate link will be shown!

Theoretically, that means if you have reviewed all the products in Social Review, whichever program your prospect sign up with, it will be via your affiliate link.

As this feature really give an unfair advantage to those who use it, we’ve decided to make it available to Pro Members only.

For Free Members, the affiliate link is limited to the customized review, which is still good.

How To Customize A Social Review Page?

1) First, you must write a review on that program, of course!

2) Go to My Reviews and click the ‘Get Promotion Link‘ button.




3) Advertise the link in your favorite advertising sites.

Special Exception For Social Review on

For all other reviews, you must add a review before you can turn that review into your own marketing page. That has to be the case, else we won’t know what is your affiliate link for that program.

The only exception is the review on Any LeadsLeap member can use that page to promote LeadsLeap, by using

There is no need to write a review.

Action Steps…

1. Start promoting your LeadsLeap Social Review link. I believe it will convert much better than all our other landing pages.

2. Start advertising the reviews you’ve submitted and measure the conversion. If you have written a good review, it should convert well.

Share your result in the comments below. Your feedback is important. We are here to support you and help you to improve the conversion rate.

This is a game changer – LeadsLeap Social Review


I am excited to announce our new system called “LeadsLeap Social Review”.

It is going to be a game changer!

As the name suggests, LeadsLeap Social Review is a collection of reviews from our members on programs that they have joined.

Why Share Review?

1) Signups

As you share a review, you will also enter your affiliate link for that program.

The link will be rotated among other added links.

When people learn about the program and join, they will join under one of the rotated links, which can be your link.

2) More Signups

In this system, you can set up your top 5 recommendations. These recommendations will go with every of your review.

The more reviews you submit, the more often your top recommendations will be seen.

If your review is trustworthy, readers will be curious to find out what other programs you recommend.

When they join via your recommendation, you get the leads.

3) Help Others To Make Better Decisions

LeadsLeap Social Review is a place where members share what works and what doesn’t work.

It doesn’t matter whether you are sharing a positive or negative review. Your link will be rotated as long as you share a true review.

On the contrary, by being honest and sensible in your review, readers are more likely to trust you. When they trust your judgement, they will be interested to check out your top recommendations.

It is a win-win situation.

LeadsLeap Social Review is a simple concept, but the potential is tremendous.

The Potential – Search Engine Domination

The review site is search engine friendly. (You can take a look at it here.)

It may be bare now. But as members add their reviews, this site will become vibrant.

Every product has its dedicated review page.

Note that these are genuine reviews from people who have joined the program. It is exactly what people are searching for in the search engines.

If we play the game right, these review pages will rank high in the search engines.

Once you have your link added, it is going to be rotated in the system 24/7.

Imagine the potential of this…

This is truly a set and forget system.

The best part is, the system will just get stronger and strong over time.

How To Ensure The System Doesn’t Become A Junk Comment Site?

There are 3 levels of quality assurance.

1) Every submission will be reviewed.

2) Visitors can report any review with a click.

3) Last but not least, the system offers no incentive for members who write useless reviews. A good review will built trust, resulting in visitors exploring their recommendations. A poor review will simply chase the visitors away to read another review.

How To Start

1) Go to Add Reviews and add all the affiliate links of the programs you’ve tried, including your LeadsLeap affiliate link, and share your experience about the programs.

If you have no review now, you can leave the review section blank. You can always add the review later.

2) Go to My Top Recommendations and set up your top 5 recommendations.

3) Go to Explore Reviews regularly to see what people review and find out what are the popular programs.

A Better Layout For Your Upline Messages


From time to time, we have members asking “How do I find out who is my sponsor?”

We had that information published, but it wasn’t obvious. Let’s try to make it more obvious now.

If you go to your member’s homepage now and look at ‘Your Upline Messages‘, you will see the first message being highlighted like this:


Basically we move your sponsor’s message to the top and ‘stick’ there forever. (Other messages will be sorted based on the last update.)

We also highlight the sponsor’s name so it is quite impossible to miss it.

The purpose is to make it easier for you to know who is your sponsor.

How Can I Learn More About My Sponsor Or Uplines?

To learn more about any upline, just click on the name or image (if available) to show his/her profile.


If the member has set up his profile completely, you will be able to learn more about him, his website and ways to connect with him.

Below is one of our members’ profile:


If you are curious about who is your sponsor, or you want to contact the person for assistance, this is how you can reach out to him/her.

Of course, if the uplines prefer to stay anonymous, they can leave the profile blank. In that case, since they prefer not to be contacted, we should respect that.

What If A Sponsor Does Not Set Up A Downline Messages

It is possible that your sponsor may not set up his Downline Message or the message has expired (message will expire after 6 months). In that case, you will see this:


The system will show that there is no message from your sponsor. The message will appear at the end of the Upline Messages.

Nevertheless, you can still click his name and see his profile.

What If A Sponsor Has Left The System?

If your sponsor has terminated his/her account, then you will not see any sponsor info.

What Should I Do To Take Advantage Of These Changes?

If you have downlines,

1) Make sure that you’ve set up your Downline Message and update it at least every 6 months (not that hard right?).

2) Set up your Member’s Profile so that other members can learn more about you.

Your Member’s Profile is not only viewable by your downlines. It is also viewable by other members who click the image on your ad.

Having a good Member’s Profile will increase people’s confidence in you. If you’ve read the Insider Advertising Report, you should know that “Sales is a transfer of confidence!”