Zurker – Expected to Rival Facebook – Own a Piece of It

Some people are calling Zurker Facebook’s newest rival. What’s so great about Zurker? Unlike Facebook, the users own Zurker. That’s right, the users, like you and me. Zurker is a unique innovative approach to social networking. It’s user based, user driven, and user owned. It’s a brilliant concept, and one that may just propel Zurker to the top of the social networking chain.

Zurker is a social network, like Facebook and MySpace are. Like them, Zurker wants you to invite your friends to join you on their social networking site. The difference is, when you invite a friend to join you on Facebook or MySpace, you put money in the investors pockets, not yours. At Zurker you put money in YOUR pocket.

How does Zurker work and how can you own a stake in it? It’s a pretty simple concept. For every referred sign up you earn 1 vShare in the company. The more referred sign-ups you have, the more vShares you will own. You can earn a maximum of 500 vShare for referred sign-ups. However, you also have the option of purchasing up to a maximum of 500 extra vShares at $1 per vShare.  So, you can earn vShares for referred sign-ups, purchase them or both. Compared to advertising, vShares are a low-cost alternative for driving the growth of the user base and traffic.

vShares, also known as virtual shares, are a form of ownership but should not be confused with shares or stock because Zurker isn’t a public company yet. vShares are agreements between the owners of a startup about the size of their stake in the enterprise to be incorporated. Such agreements are common amongst founding investors whenever a business is launched. One Zurker vShare is equivalent to ownership of 1/1,000,000 of Zurker. When 1,000,000 vShares have been allocated, Zurker will be restructured as a public corporation and your vShares at Zurker will become real shares! So if Zurker succeeds, you succeed!

If Zurker earns a net profit of $100 million, and you own 10 vShares, it would entitle you to a pretax income of $1,000 per quarter. Now let’s look at it on a larger scale. If Zurker were to attain a valuation of $50 billion like Facebook, EACH vShare would be worth $50,000!! So you can’t imagine Zurker attaining a valuation of $50 million? I’m sure Facebook didn’t either, but look at how much Facebook is worth now. Facebook puts money in the pockets of its investors. Zurker puts money in the pocket of its users.


At Zurker users are called co-owners. It’s the co-owners who have the most to gain if Zurker succeeds. vShares create a strong incentive for co-owners to help the site expand. And if a company has 300,000-500,000 passionate co-owners who each have a stake in the company and an incentive for it to expand and succeed, then it stands a very good chance of success!

Sounds good, right? It gets even better. At Zurker you own your data, you own the site. Therefore, you will be able to vote on the direction of the site and vote on the new features Zurker rolls out. Some of the current features are similar to Facebook’s features. So if you use Facebook, you will find Zurker easy to use. Additionally, Zurker’s books are open to its members. This means that every cent in income and expenditure is listed for you to see.

Keep an eye on this company. Zurker is attracting a lot of attention. Many people are predicting that Zurker will be the next big social network to rival Facebook. If you want a free stake in it before all the vShares are allocate, all you have to do is join and get at least one referred member. Want more equity without purchasing it? Invite your friends, family and contacts from your other social networks to join you. The more referred sign-ups you have, the more stake you will have in the company. Did I mention that Zurker is free to join?

Don’t miss the boat on this one folks!

Zurker came out of private alpha testing on January 22, 2012 and will not be available to the public until April 2012. Until then you need an invitation to join. Here is your invitation http://www.zurker.com/i-1828-cviwfprlqw


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