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Higher paying forum posts
« on: March 12, 2015, 05:47:36 PM »
I currently do forum posting on a site that only pays about $.08 per posts. I have worked on forum posting sites and this one is the lowest paying I have ever dealt with. Can somebody recommend something a little more lucrative? Any tips, advise or leads would be much appreciated.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2015, 06:49:54 PM »
I'm going to assume you're talking about postloop. The only higher paying option is PaidForumPosting. But you're expected to write down all the posts you make, including the time of the posting and the forum posted at. For the amount of work put into it, postloop is your best option.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2015, 06:59:40 PM »
Are you referring to Postloop? I think that it's currently the highest paying paid to post site that is legit and stable out there. There are others that supposedly pay better, but they don't even tell you if you have been accepted to their site or not.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2015, 12:24:07 AM »
I've had a fiverr gig up since January that has been fairly active.  It's not as consistently available as postloop forums but I can always fall back to postloop when there aren't any gigs.  I started offering 25 posts for $5 (net slightly under $4 after fiverr cut and paypal fees).  I reduced that to 20 posts per gig and am still getting orders.  It might be worth a try.


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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2015, 12:39:58 AM »
The only site that pays you to post on forums I know is Postloop and I'm pretty fine with it for the reason that the minimum payout threshold is not that huge, and is easy to reach. And besides that, the job doesn't require too much work. I can still do other freelance jobs.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2015, 05:04:37 AM »
Yeah 8 cents per post is really high for a paid forum posting website. I have no idea what you mean when you said it's one of the lowest paying

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2015, 09:47:54 AM »
Other then Postloop which is one of the better forum paying websites I really can't recommend any others.  But there is the option of posting yourself out on a pay for gig forum.  Of course the most popular of these is Fiverr, and there you could say that you are willing to create post and make comments in forums. You can state of number of how many you will do for the price quoted like for example 50 quality post per forum.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #7 on: March 13, 2015, 12:41:16 PM »
I was under the impression that the rate per post depends on your rating in Postloop? If I can get .8 cents a post, I am happy with it. The last time I looked, mine seemed to say that it is at .5 cents a post. Still, I like it as it doesn't required a lot of time.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #8 on: March 13, 2015, 05:19:28 PM »
I used to find a ton of forum posting gigs on digital point that offered anywhere from $.10 up to $.25 per post. the jobs would not always be consistent, but the pay was much better per post. I like postloop because there is tons of posting available, but I still feel the pay is a little low.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #9 on: March 13, 2015, 08:19:21 PM »
I have heard of Digital Point before. So if I happen to just stumble upon someone looking for a poster in their forum then I can just freely apply there? Does being a newbie with zero posts affect your eligibility to be hired?

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #10 on: March 14, 2015, 03:57:22 AM »
I too have never heard of digital point before. I just had a look but can't locate a Faqs document. I hate sites that want you to sign up before you know what the deal is! I've looked in the "help" but it still doesn't tell you much! I might have to take extra time out to really look at it.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #11 on: April 30, 2015, 01:57:43 PM »
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I'm going to assume you're talking about postloop. The only higher paying option is PaidForumPosting. But you're expected to write down all the posts you make, including the time of the posting and the forum posted at. For the amount of work put into it, postloop is your best option.
I was just at their site, and can't find any information about what writers are expect to do, how much they get paid or any other useful information.  I also saw a warning that writing into customer support was discouraged, and if you asked a question that was on the site, your chances of being accepted were diminished.  Can you explain a little more about how it works?

You say that you have to keep track of your postings - how do you do that?  Do they have a form for that, and do you entered it on their site?  I don't understand that. 

How much do they pay? What kind of postings are they looking for, similar to post loop?

Any information you can provide would be much appreciated.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #12 on: May 01, 2015, 01:00:45 AM »
It's true that Postloop doesn't pay much, but for paid forum posts there aren't a ton of other options that are so simple. For that reason, a lot of users gravitate to Postloop, and there's nothing wrong with that per se. I'm a fan of higher paying sites that involve creating content, which can pay multiple times minimum wage per hour, but I don't mind dabbling in Postloop for a sort of break throughout the day.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #13 on: May 13, 2015, 11:13:24 PM »
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I'm going to assume you're talking about postloop. The only higher paying option is PaidForumPosting. But you're expected to write down all the posts you make, including the time of the posting and the forum posted at. For the amount of work put into it, postloop is your best option.

They don't seem to have a very good website setup, unlike Postloop or The Forum Wheel.  I wouldn't want to go into the forum post (admin side) business unless I had a good setup.  It seems like it would be more difficult to attract forums.

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Re: Higher paying forum posts
« Reply #14 on: May 14, 2015, 09:19:17 AM »
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I have heard of Digital Point before. So if I happen to just stumble upon someone looking for a poster in their forum then I can just freely apply there? Does being a newbie with zero posts affect your eligibility to be hired?
Anyone can sign up at Digital Point, but the posting is not handled by DP, those are offered by forum owners that expect you post for nothing. They offer to pay more than legitimate forum posting sites but only "if" this or "if" that.

No matter how good you are at posting, they will find a way to avoid paying, or will pay less than they offered, if not they will simply vanish once you have done the job.

Very few real forum posting or writing deals at Digital Point, believe me.

As for Postloop, definitely they pay per post based on your rating. This is stated somewhere in the page talking about how it works, so it could be $0.05, perhaps less for very low rating and probably up to $0.10 for the highest rating.

PaidForumPosting looks very unprofessional, plagued of programming errors and outdated-looking forum. They say to pay well, but I haven never heard of anyone being able to go beyond the famous 7 posts test phase, including myself.

I posted for Paid Posting Tools years ago, and they used to pay between $0.15 and $0.25 plus cash bonuses, and look this were rates of 2006-2008!

Sadly they aren't longer in business and I haven't heard of any other forum posting site.

I tried to sell posting packages, not at Fiverr but at Digital Point and, obviously, people who hang out there only wants to pay peanuts for one's job, ***sigh ***

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