Postloop-Make Money Posting

is postloop legitPostloop is a unique company that will pay you a small amount of money for posting on online forums. When forum owners start off, they do not get a lot of traffic, and in order to increase their publicity, they will pay people to post on their forums. Postloop connects forum owners and posters.

How It Works

Basically, you sign up to forums that are listed on Postloop. In order to get paid for posting on these forums, you must connect your forum account to your Postloop account, so that they can track your postings. You do this by clicking on a special subscribe button on Postloop and entering the email address you used to create your forum account.

Each time you post a comment, you will earn points, usually between one and two points. The exact number of points per post depends on a number of factors that don’t really have to do with you, but rather with the forums.

(Your points are taken away from the forum owners, who purchase them. If you see a forum that has 0 points available, wait for the forum owner to purchase more before you post.)

You also can earn bonus points if you have a good rating (see below) or if the forum owner makes their forum a “bonus forum” to attract posters.

After you receive 100 points, you can cash out via PayPal for $5, which you’ll receive within 24 hours.

What Are The Requirements To Work For Postloop?

Postloop is open worldwide, but you must have excellent grammar and spelling.

In order to sign up and post, you must first submit ten sample posts on Postloop’s own forum, the Postloop Portal.

They will then assign you a rating. You do get paid for your trial posts on the Postloop Portal. Your rating will affect your earnings, so use excellent spelling and grammar, make posts of sufficient lengths, and try to make it more than one paragraph.

Forum owners can also give you ratings.

What Do The Ratings Matter?

First of all, if you have a rating of 4+, you will receive bonus points for posting. 4 is considered an excellent rating.

Some forum owners only allow people with certain ratings, such as 4.5, to post on their sites.

And lastly, in order to cash out, you must have a rating higher than the average rating of all Postloop users (which is 3.35 at the time of this writing).

Always write excellent posts to receive good ratings. Older ratings expire after 3 months or 30 days, I don’t remember. When they expire, they are not used to measure your average rating anymore.

How Much Can I Earn At Postloop?

Postloop itself places no restrictions on how much you can earn. But before you jump for glee let me tell you that you DO NOT have unlimited earning potential at Postloop.

Why? Because first of all, forum owners USUALLY place a limit on how much posts you can post on their forum daily. They really don’t want one guy using up all the money they have put into their account.

And of course, there isn’t an unlimited amount of forums at Postloop.

So, Is Postloop Legit? Can It Really Be True?

Well, this certainly should not be viewed as a “job”. But it’s an “OK” way to earn some extra cash.

If you have nothing else to do, or you would be browsing the internet anyway, you can certainly post on Postloop and earn something in your extra time, especially if you find a forum that you enjoy.

You’ll be earning around 8 cents per post, which is not a lot. That’s why I do not really recommend it. However, if you enjoy chatting on forums anyway, this may be the thing for you.

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10 Comments

  1. Andrew

    Hi there! I started reading your review for postloop and to be honest I thought it was just going to be yet another scam! But after reading the full article, I’m now of the opinion that postloop is probably alright.

    I think there is a place for websites like this. I know some people will complain about the low amount of money that you can earn on postloop, but at least they are paying out! That’s more than can be said for some websites!

    When I started looking for ways of making extra money online, I used a couple of sites that paid very little. I made 5 or 10 dollars here and there, and then re-invested it into bigger projects. It took me a while, but I was focused and it was what I had to do at the time.

    I’m all for any site that you can make money with. Even if it is only a small amount.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Andrew,

      Thanks for commenting. You are right; many people just need some extra cash and are happy to find new ways to make a few bucks here, another few bucks there, and some extra cents in yet another place. They then use this extra money for some much-needed expenses or to spend on new programs that will help them make even more money online.

      I just want to mention that freelance writing is another great way to make money online, and with a good company such as Blogmutt, there are greater earning potentials than at Postloop.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  2. PC Employer

    Hello, the postloop seems to my like an usefull tool for making money in India or Bangladesh or for children, where the money value is low. But I would be very interesting in the list of the forums. Could you please post here the list? It could be used as a place where to promote my personal blog. Thank you if you do so.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi PC Employer,

      Thanks for stopping by. To get paid by Postloop, you need a Paypal account. I do not think Paypal is available in Bangladesh, though there was some talk a few months ago that Paypal was preparing for an entry there. But you are right, in places where the value of the dollar is much higher, Postloop may be a good idea for young people who do not have a formal job.

      As for the list, I wish I could post it. But that is not possible, for a number of reasons. First, the list is always changing. Also, I am probably prohibited to do so under a non-discolusure agreement, because forum owners do not want the whole internet to know that all their visitors are really just paid writers!

      But yes, if you own a forum, Postloop is a great place to promote it, by getting comments which leads to higher SEO rankings.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  3. Marcus

    Well, straight away when I saw this I felt skeptical. the key word in your article is “small” – you can make a SMALL amount by posting on social forums. So really, you need to post a LOT in order to make a decent amount of money. It’s a bit like those surveys sites or sites that pay you to watch videos. You have to do a lot to earn anything half decent.

    You say that this is great for people who have nothing better to do and would be browsing the internet anyway. Well, those kinds of people are not really in the proper mindset to earn money online. Time is better spent building up a good website. Would you agree?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes indeed, it’s not really good for anyone; you’re right. There’s not much money to be made, and I personally would rather spend my time doing more worthwhile things than earning just a few cents a day.

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  4. Matthew

    Postloop doesn’t sound like a very good earning opportunity. I mean, at 8 cents per post you’ll be barely getting anything for your efforts. I don’t know about others, but I value my time higher than that. Definitely not possible to earn significant amounts of money. Plus you definitely don’t want to have any restrictions for receiving the money you have earned which is quite bad for Postloop.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes, Matthew , I totally agree with you. The most you can realistically make there is a few dozen cents a day; certainly not more than a couple of bucks. The time it takes to do it is simply too much.

      Reply
  5. Brian

    Hi there Ben,
    I’ve bookmarked this site because of this post. This is one of the most original things that I’ve read about in a while concerning making money while writing. However I do have a question…
    Are the forums categorized at all or is it a first come first served type of setup? I ask that because not everybody has something to add to everything. I’m a Christian and spend much of my time in ministry. That would cause for me to better serve someone with a relating forum.
    Thanks for the post, the info, and will check back soon!
    Brian

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Thank you Brian. Yes, there are categories. You can choose to see all at once, or you can pick a category. There is a religion and politics category. There used to be a Christian site, but it looks like they left. Forums come and go, and forums resubscribe often. There are also recovery forums for people who are addicted to stuff, so maybe you’d like that, as I’m sure you could give some encouragement from a religious perspective. Actually, I’m currently checking out a few other sites that also pay you for posting on forums, but pay you better and seem to be less complicated. I hope to review them soon.Cheers 🙂

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