New Social Media Site – Web Talk – Another Free Resource For Your Genealogy Research

In the past few weeks, I have posted several times on free genealogy sites or sites you can utilize to search for your family history on which are completely free. Today I want to go over an exciting new platform which is not only a free resource for your research, but could also actually earn you money!

Now how cool is that? You could actually get paid just for researching your family tree! So what is the hype I am referring to?

WebTalk is a brand new social media platform which is still in the beta phase.


What Exactly Is WebTalk?

WebTalk is a new social media platform with a unique twist. But before I get into that, let’s just discuss exactly what WebTalk is.

WebTalk was founded by RJ Garbowicz and has a patent pending Social CRM. This allows you to control your social life! You can segregate a contact by friend, colleague, family or a combination of all three if you need to.

Some other key aspects of the platform are as follows:

  • Built-In Micro-CRM for Dealmakers
  • Readymade Built-In Groups, Newsfeed Channels & Privacy
  • Ability to add Searchable Keyword Tags (sub-groups)
  • You can add Searchable time-stamped Notes
  • Put in values so you can see the stuff from those that matter most
  • A contacts page which has a built-in rolodex
  • A feature I personally love! – with WebTalk you control your newsfeed. you can post to your professional newsfeed, personal newsfeed or private group channels!
  • Posting to the public is a blog feature
  • Allows you to obtain recommendations to help promote your status

In Depth Look At Some Features

Now that we have a basic understanding of what WebTalk is, let’s take a closer look at some features. One that really stands out to me is the blog like feature for public posts.

What exactly does that mean? Well when you post something on WebTalk as a public post, it is a post just like a blog post and is searchable within the search engines. If someone clicks the link to read your post, then they’ll be taken to a sign up page with a picture of you showing. If they sign up, then you’ll receive credit for the referral!

How cool is that!

Another feature that really stands out is the ability to have separate newsfeeds and to control what you see on them. I don’t know about any of you, but I personally get annoyed with some aspects of Facebook like lack of control over my newsfeed. It is so annoying that it shows me posts from people I never interact with and yet, it doesn’t show me posts from my closest friends and family until sometimes days after they are posted!

The ability to place values on your contacts so that what you care about most is a truly exciting feature!

Revenue Sharing & Bonus

I mentioned at the beginning WebTalk is a new social media site which has a unique twist to other social media platforms. Well, that twist is they are actually going to share the revenues they earn with the referrals to the network!

During the beta testing phase all referrals, meaning those who joined prior to launch, will earn up to 50% of revenues earned once the platform launches!

The compensation is for 5 tiers. It is set-up similar to an MLM, except that you don’t actually have to pay for anything! It is 100% free to join. There are opportunities to upgrade your account should you choose to, but it isn’t necessary. You will earn compensation for 5 tiers of your down-line just by joining and referring!!

Only those who join in beta phase will be eligible to get the compensation for 5 tiers!

A video from the founder

Join now to secure your spot!

Naturally people will refer others to something they use. We all do it all the time. Hey did you see that new movie? I recently saw Venom at the theater and recommended it to several people…and I didn’t even get paid for it! With WebTalk, you can refer people with your free account and earn money for something you would do anyways.

Join now to get paid for 5 tiers! Those joining after launch are only eligible for paid direct referrals (the first tier).

Free Genealogy Site

Now you are probably wondering how this relates to genealogy. Well the answer is that WebTalk is yet another free platform you can use to research your family history and find people online for free!

Social media is a huge asset for a researcher. I see posts all the time when someone finds a loved one after many years like children that were adopted finding their biological parents through social media.

The power of social media is intense! Use it to your advantage. Use the platform for your research and do what people naturally do and refer others to the site! You can use the public blog post feature to post about relatives you are looking for or genealogy questions and get referrals from people clicking your links.

What do you have to lose? It’s free to join with no credit card information needed. The only catch is that you have to set up your profile 100% in order to be eligible for the revenue sharing program. You have to make sure your profile is set up with accurate information for your work and education, your real name, location, language preference and a little bio about yourself.

For just a few minutes of your time setting up your profile, you could get 50% revenue sharing for life from your referrals and their referrals and so on for 5 whole generations!

What are you waiting for? Click here to go to WebTalk and look for yourself!

How Do You earn Commissions?

You are probably now wondering how exactly you are getting money from a free site. Facebook reported $10 billion in Q3 of 2017 from advertising revenues. WebTalk is setting out to become the next Facebook. When the platform takes off, they are going to share the revenue dollars with those that promote the site and help it grow!

So by referring people to a free account, you’ll earn some money in the process. Sign up and take a look around. See if it is for you or not and if it is, refer your friends and family! Research shows about 1 in 20 people, about 5%, will upgrade to a higher level (paid) account. This means earnings in your pocket!

The picture shows how earnings are made.

WebTalk – The Social Media Site That Pays You To Research!

Join WebTalk and do what you do naturally….socialize online and refer your friends and family. It’s really that simple. Sign up for a free account during beta and get paid for 5 tiers of your down-line. sign up after launch and you’ll still get paid 10% for your direct referrals. It’s a win-win!

You can utilize the website to complete your genealogy research, communicate with friends and relatives, post humorous photos, recipes, etc. and get some spare change to boot!

Sign up for WebTalk today and join me in the platform! We can network together and share our genealogy stories! If you enjoyed this post, please share it to social media with the links below and leave any comments or questions below. I would love to hear your thoughts!

Chas Guevara

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12 thoughts on “New Social Media Site – Web Talk – Another Free Resource For Your Genealogy Research

  1. Thanks for this info. I have to research it a little more. I saw this with someone else and went on about my business ’cause I just didn’t know what it was. However, I really want to get in on a new social media site.

    Lane.

    1. It really sounds like a great opportunity and no credit card is required so nothing to lose but some of your time setting up a profile. Glad you saw it and it is understandable to look at it some more. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. I have no doubt that this new platform is going to be HUGE. There is no other platform that combines the Social Media aspect with your contacts in a CRM capacity. I love it – OMG!!! Plus you can actually make money as an affiliate, and from that video it looks like you can earn through multiple avenues! I’m in – thanks for the heads up on this new platform!
    Babs

  3. I am all into this. Watching the video you posted about the multiple ways to make money as an affiliate of WebTalk, it is going to be amazing. Are you kidding me? These people have thought of everything. I am just in awe after watching that and reading all about the program here.

    This is going to be HUGE, make no mistake about it. There is nothing like this anywhere, and wow. It is long overdue. I cannot believe all the ways they are willing to pay affiliates, like crazy. First 1,000,000 in the door, they are sharing up to 50% of their revenue. Treating 5 degrees down 10% – wow, are you kidding me?

    I am so glad that I saw this on your site. Thanks so much!

    Babs

  4. Hey, Thanks I found you by accident. I had never heard of WebTalk, but the article definitely piqued my interest! I HATE Facebook. It is the least user-friendly platform I’ve ever used. So I’m looking to make a change.

    Cheers!

    1. I’m glad you found my article! WebTalk seems promising so far and I agree about Facebook. I really love some of the features WebTalk has and the revenue sharing aspect is great! I hope you consider signing up for WebTalk!

  5. This sounds very interesting! I like that: ‘The ability to place values on your contacts so that what you care about most is a truly exciting feature!’ This is a great idea because it sucks when you miss out on important stuff from family and friends because Facebook doesn’t consider it important enough to post! I will be following Web talk with interest. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Yes I was thinking that too Andrew. It is so frustrating when you see posts by complete strangers and not your own family! I heard the name a few times before I decided to join. I figured that I would start signing up and at the first sign of entering a credit card I would bolt, but no credit card or other bank account information was needed!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  6. Hello Chas,
    Thanks for this info on WebTalk. Yes, it is all abuzz online. The newest rival to Facebook indeed. I, too, love the separation between professional and personal posting. Sometimes it can be overwhelming when you read all the personal stuff on FB when all you seek is business informational posts.
    Never thought about genealogy research, this is an interesting twist. Thanks for sharing.
    All the best.
    Michelle

    1. Hi Michelle,

      Yes I too get bogged down when doing business activities and see all of the personal stuff and vice versa. Sometimes I just want to see posts from my family and friends and see a bunch of ads for business. I love the separation aspect of WebTalk. It will come in very handy for simplifying time spent on social media marketing.

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