Social Outbreak Review 2011

Ted Robbins Social Outbreak CEO

Social Outbreak Is founded in January 2011 by Ted Robbins CEO, Richard E. LaPorte, and Scott Arvin. In September 2011 Scott Arvin stepped aside as CEO.

After many months of leveraging the developer tools provided by Facebook, the Social Outbreak Total Media System was created. Founder Scott Arvin is also the presenter of The Scott Arvin Show a weekly Internet radio show on How to Monetize Your Social Network. Special guests and gurus on technology and strategy, tools, tips, & training.

Scott has a long history in the direct sales industry. He’s been involved on every level inside the network marketing industry including enrolling as a brand new distributor, a master distributor and a company executive. It’s this diverse set of experiences that makes Scott a great knowledge base in the industry. In a previous life, he worked with digital audio and helped Rod Stewart in this cool song, Young Turks.



Social Outbreak's “Total Social Media System” is the first tool of its kind that empowers the average person to quickly create and update a stellar Facebook marketing Fan Page without having to rely on a web designer or programmer. The company is composed of seasoned and experienced entrepreneurs with a depth of experience and cross-collateralized skills in technology, computer software, social media marketing, internet marketing, network marketing and customer service.

With Social Outbreak’s Total Media System, you can quickly and easily turn your generic Facebook profile page into a fully-interactive, custom-branded multimedia Fanpage with a Sidebar that puts the spotlight on you, your company, and your products or services. Anyone using Social Outbreak can build a unique, professional Facebook presence in minutes.

Customer Services is available via an extensive FAQ section, an intuitive Knowledge Base, and live support via support tickets and on-line chat.

Compensation Plan

An Uni-Level / 3 x 9 Matrix compensation plan with compression. The Social Outbreak Compensation Plan offers a wide array of ways that you can get paid for marketing the Total Social Media System. As a qualified Media Consultant, you are allowed to sell the product retail almost anywhere in the world, and receive weekly commissions on your own personal sales. 

As an independent Social Outbreak Media Consultant, you can extend your business network into a global community you can get paid on month-after-month. Your initial investment is $100 and $50 monthly subscription. There are 6 ways to get paid.

Social Outbreak Compensation Plan 2011

Social Outbreak Corporate leadership

Ted Robbins Social Outbreak Chris McMahon Social Outbreak Richard E. LaPorte Social Outbreak Renee K. LaPorte Social Outbreak Jim TenBrunsel Social Outbreak

Ted Robbins


Chris McMahon

VP Marketing

Richard E. LaPorte


Renee K. LaPorte


Jim Tenbrunsel


Social Outbreak Alexa Ratings, 3 months growth TBD. Worldwide rank 180,976 (15 June 2011)

Social Outbreak Alexa Ratings 15 June 2011

Social Outbreak Alexa Ratings, 3 months growth 51%. Worldwide rank 49,418 (15 October 2011)

Alexa Ratings Social Outbreak 15 October 2011

Top Producers [private_platinum]

Social outbreak is a start-up (June 2011), no Top Producers yet

Top Earners, the est. earnings are as follows:

Social outbreak is a start-up (June 2011), no Top Producers yet


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Comments (15)

  1. Tedm it says they are a “unilevel” but as I understand it, they are a 3×9 matrix. If that is the case, how many long-term companies have stayed afloat with the forced matrices? Sounds like the product would be attractive but the compensation would suggest they don’t plan on being around for the long haul.

  2. The comp plan for Social Outbreak is a 3 by 9 matrix, but that is only one of six ways to get paid.

    Also it is not a forced matrix. You can place your personal enrollments anywhere in the matrix that you like. For instance if you enroll ten people personally, you can drive them down one under the other in a straight line.

    And a full 3 by 9 matrix of members at the pro level will pay you $147,615 if you have six personally sponsored members. And again, that is just one of six ways to be paid.

    Social Outbreak will be around for a long long time.

    Just my observation.

    John Semlitch

  3. It’s always exciting to see something new to come of the market and for it’s affiliates to be excited about it. I have, however, realized it would not be wise for myself to say that any company, especially a start-up, will be around for a long long time. Especially when the product is controlled by another company. If Facebook ever decides to change the rules, it affects Social Outbreak immediately. I am not saying the product is not cool, I am just saying to be careful how much faith you put in it as a start-up and a company piggybacking off another. Facebook is the one that is holding the cards for Social Outbreak right now.

  4. I have to agree with Jason. It looks like a cool product but it would only take FaceBook to change their program to stop working with plug-ins like this. Amazon have done it in the past, which cost a lot of affiliates badly.

    Plus I’ve seen other tools for creating similar FB fan pages, so have trouble seeing what all the hype is about.

  5. what if someone doesn’t have a business/products/service to market but wants to get involved for the residual income and helping others do the same?

  6. @ Erica,

    We appear to have a lot in common just from simply reading your comment. Yes, I would like to secure my family’s future, however, I also want to help others and do a lot in my community.

    This is something that you can definitely make your own business out of by simply marketing the product and creating your fan page about that. Otherwise, you can create your own fan page dedicated to anything you love, e.g. motherhood, health, travel, or helping others, and attract others that are also interested in whatever you decide to promote.

    Example, I have given this very recommendation to my brother’s wife and she is in the process of creating her fan page around her love – cooking.

    There are different templates to use for lead capture, and easily place a spot somewhere letting others know how to get their own eye-catching, engaging page.

    I hope this helps, and I sincerely hope that you become a member of this family.

  7. I believe that this is brilliant a idea, people should ask what this is? Why has it been developed? Does anyone notice what is on their news feed? Facebook users are exploiting the opportunity that has been given to them by overloading the system with useless pages that don’t have much content, in order to reach a market and lead you through a myriad of channels. This is ruining the experience that is socializing. We need this, Facebook needs this, we need something that is simple to use and affordable. Please see the benefits. the people now have the power to individualize themselves without any assistance. Power to you and thank you.

  8. Everything is not for everybody – that is the great thing about this world! (Well, at least the democratic parts some of us live in). Some of us see real value in the product AND the business opportunity being presented by Social Outbreak…others do not. And that is okay! 🙂 Personally, despite my own schooling, work & life experience, even though I immediately recognized the value in the Total Social Media System, it took me several times viewing the webinar to completely grasp and appreciate what was sitting at my doorstep. After taking out my own calculator and plugging sample data in and what the numbers look like as your matrix expands to full capacity, this opportunity was a no-brainer for me.

    At the end of the day, it is really quite simple: due your own due diligence researching the product, the company, the opportunity, the people behind the company and user experiences etc., get your questions answered – then simply make the right decision for YOU. Either you see value or you think it is all nonsense…either choice is the right one. There are no rules in life. Just keep moving on to the next. But as for negativity almost to the point of hate mail that some insist on propagating is just unnecessary: IT WEIGHS ONE DOWN.

    I wish every single person out there looking for the right company the very best of luck! Clearly, if you are looking then you desire positive change in your life.

    As always, good vibes your way!

    Warm regards,

  9. This is a pyramid scam.
    Anyone can create a facebook/fan page for free in just a few clicks of the mouse and you can send it to up to 5000 people for free.
    The social outbreak own site says that you are only likely to earn $500-3000 US per year!!!
    If you do a search on the domain name you will see that the only email contact is by gmail
    A corporation doesn’t use gmail accounts for its domain registration.
    The two social outbreak facebook pages have combined “Likes” of approx 1300.

  10. The Wikipedia? online encyclopedia defines a pyramid scheme as:

    “a non-sustainable business model that involves promising participants payment, services or ideals, primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme or training them to take part, rather than supplying any real investment or sale of products or services to the public.”

    If you are interested in being properly informed about this company and what it offers, I suggest visiting their corporate site at and actually getting in touch.


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