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Get Paid To Post on Forums!

The web "has become" a very social place. Most of us are involved in some type of social network whether it's Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc. Folks would have you believe this phenomenon is new. But it's been around from the very start. Before there was an official "social network" label a lot of us where socializing on things called message boards, forums and later blogs (said in my sarcastic voice). 


Fortunately these mediums haven't gone away. They're still very active but don't get all the hype of Facebook or Twitter. In any event have you ever thought about how much time you spend on places like Facebook, your favorite blog or forum? You probably don't because you're there for fun or gaining some useful information.


Now imagine if you could get paid for all the socializing you do online? Think about the countless hours you spend babbling about American Idol, politics, sports, etc. I've seen the status updates of some my various friends and followers and some of y'all are on FB all day long babbling about nothing! Don't worry I'm guilty of it too. lol Well today I want you to get paid for all that time you spend online socializing. If you're interested then you may want to check out


What is


Post Loop is basically a website that brings Forum Owners (Blog Owners too) and website users together. When you initially start a forum it's hard to get it going because most people won't really hang out in a dead forum or blog that doesn't have a lot of activity. It's like going to a night club (aka Disco for your older folks. lol)  and when you walk in there's no one in there. Chances are, your ass is walking right back out. The same applies for forums and sometimes blogs. They need help to get the party going. 


So Forum owners hire a company like to get them users like us to participate on their forum. In turn PostLoop pays you to participate on forums or for commenting on blogs.  


How much money do you make?


PostLoop uses these point system sort of like MySurvey. Points are basically equivalent to cash so don't let that turn you off.  At the time this review was written, on average forum posters can expect to receive about $0.08 per post (comment or new thread started) that they make on Postloop forums. The exact amount that you earn per post can vary depending on a number of factors. So it can be less or more than the average previously mentioned. It was closer to $.05 per post for me. The great news is there is no limit to the amount of money that you can earn at Postloop.


Provided you can supply useful posts, threads or comments that give value to the topic at hand, you can make as much money as you want participating on various forums. So those few cents add up very quickly during the course of a day. Some forums do have limits of how many times you can participate per day. But if you pick numerous forums to join, you'll still be able to make some decent money as a whole. 


I only really participate on 3 forums. The days I'm actually pretty active I have earned over $1 in a day. Keep in mind that's probably spending only 20-30 minutes at most on all 3 forums within a given day. I would obviously make a lot more if I spent more time there and selected more forums to work. But I have this website and other money generating activities that require more of my attention. I've read that some people are making $100 per day with this. I guess it is feasible if you're doing this and nothing else all day. However I think most people can realistically expect to earn a couple of bucks per day with this. 


Now let me take a moment to address the Negative Nancy out there that is already doing the calculations and raising the red flag. No this opportunity isn't really meant as replacement income. It should be viewed as extra or supplemental income that can be coupled with similar opportunities like it or with a traditional work at home job. For some people the math and time required to make money with PostLoop may not add up for their circumstances. That's fine, I'm not knocking you. You're better off focusing on a traditional work at home job which list daily here.

But for others who are happy bringing in some extra money doing something you probably already do for free anyway, this may be a great option for you. Different strokes for different folks, so let's not rain on anyone else's parade. (You know who you are. lol)


How do I get my money?


They pay via Paypal and the payout time is very quick. You can usually have your money in a couple of hours or 1 day at most. Like most supplemental non-traditional work at home opportunities there is a minimum amount of cash you must have to withdraw. In this case it's only $5 (this may change by the time you read this review). This equates to around 80 to 100 posts a day. That may sound like a lot but it's not when you're yammering on about topics you have a passion for. Trust me, this "work" goes by a lot faster for that sole reason. 


How do I make more money?


- First and foremost just provide a lot of value and feedback in your posts. This is when being verbose is a good thing. Use your spell check. Most browsers have this built in. Don't write like this is a text message or twitter. Write full sentences with proper grammar. If your grammar sucks like mine, keep the sentences short. But use many of them. I find I make less grammatical mistakes that way. I find that 3-4 sentences is pretty good for most of the forums. 


- Like most of my favorite supplemental income opportunities PostLoop has a referral program that gives you 20% of whatever your referrals earn! This is great if you can get others to join who are ACTIVE! 


- Other ways you can make more money is by selecting forums that have a lot of points to distribute. The more they have the more you can earn.


- You can also earn more points and thus money for spreading your posts out in a forum over time, and fewer points if you make a lot of posts in a forum all at once! So don't try to knock everything out in one sitting. Come back a few times during the day to make your posts. 


- You will receive bonus points for a high User Rating! Remember that depending on your rating you get additional bonus points per post. So it's always in your best interest to have high quality comments and posts consistently over time. If you do you can make a lot more money.


- Some forums have stars near them. That signifies that they give additional bonus points per post. So be on the look out for that because you'll earn more money on your efforts in those forums. 


- Join as many forums as you can and can provide value too. Sometimes a forum may not seem like a good fit. But you never know until you actually visit the forum. A lot of times they have off the topic sections which are basically areas of forum where you can talk about damn near anything. So don't rule out forums at first glance because you don't think you'll be able to provide value. Always check them out first. 


- Some forums will pay you more for starting topics or threads rather than responding to them. So what I do is look at articles online related to a given forum. Or I take ideas from other forums or blogs I read and put my own spin on them. I even get idea from Facebook sometimes. So be sure to do this since it will usually make you more money at post loop.


How do you join?


Visit  the following page: and fill out the information. It's totally free to join and takes a few minutes to sign up.

Next, check your email and confirm your email address. 

Once you've done that it time for your probation period. Read the next section for more on that. 


What's Next?


So joining is the easy part. Now you're probably ready to jump in and make that money. Slow down there speedy there is another step involved after signing up.

I'll be honest this is what almost turned me off or confused me out of this opportunity. Fortunately I fought through it because I kept reading that everyone was making easy money with it. So don't let this section intimidate you. Once you get passed this, it is really easy money!


Before you can actually start selecting forums to get paid for participating in, you must prove to PostLoop that you'll actually provide value to the discussions being had at these forums. So how do they do this? Well they require that you sign up for a "test" forum called the PostLoop Portal. Consider this sort of like a probation period you go through at a new job.


The reason you have to go through this should be obvious. It's to weed out those of you who will suck at this. Don't take it personal! But let's face it, we all have our strengths and weaknesses. Since you're being paid to participate on forums, some shady people may abuse the system by entering half ass comments or use software to make garbage unrelated posts to a forum. This would be bad for and their users. Website owners would stop paying PostLoop because of the poor quality of the posts and we all lose. So to ensure this doesn't happen. They have a simple 3 step process that every new user must go through before even being able to select other paid forums.


1. Every new PostLoop forum posters (or content writers as they like to call them.) is required to sign up for PostLoop's internal testing forum called the Postloop Portal. (It's free so don't worry)


2. Then they must subscribe to that forum so PostLoop can track their activity. 


3. And finally you must submit 10 quality posts or comments within the Postloop Portal.  (This could be more or less depending on when you read this review.)


PostLoop will review your posts and give you a rating. 5 is the highest. The higher your rating, the better! They sort of rate you like a teacher that might grade a class on a curve. If most people are getting 4s and if you get less than that, you've failed in PostLoop's eyes. Your rating must be as high as everyone else to get in. If you're rated lower than everyone else, then that's pretty much the end of the story for you. There isn't an appeal process and you can't try again. My nephew learned this the hard way. (Sigh)


That's pretty much it in a nutshell. Making the 10 posts is a lot easier than it may sound. Here's why, the PostLoop Portal has many types of topics which range from Music, Movies, Television, Video Games, Computers, Internet, Cell Phones, Tables, Wed Development, Cars, Sports, Business Politics and an everything else section. So finding something of interest to yap about should be super easy. I knocked my 10 posts out within 30 minutes or an 1 hour. But you can spread it out if you want.


Tips To Get You In!


The key to success with this opportunity as a whole is to write useful comments that ADD VALUE to the conversation. This is where being a babbler like myself works great. If you're only going to write 1 quick sentence as a response or comment like: "I agree with you." or "That's so true!". This opportunity isn't for you. Basic grammar and spelling are a must as well. We all know my grammar isn't the best but I still managed to get in. So if you can handle these simple tips you should be able to get a good enough rating from the PostLoop staff. In which case they'll allow you to get paid for participating in the other great forums they have!


The great thing about the initial 10 test posts you do, is that you get paid for them assuming you get a high enough rating to qualify to work at Postloop. Once you've passed probation you're free to start posting in other forums.


Want To See How This Works?

Sometimes  a picture is worth a thousand words. Unfortunately I've already suprassed that word count and you might still not full understand this whole thing. So I've taken the time to create a video that basically walks you everything I wrote above. Enjoy!


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Hopefully the video makes everything crystal clear and you're ready to join and make this easy money. But before you do let's talk about some of the minor negatives I see with the opportunity.  




So although I love this opportunity and have been paid by them for posting in their forums, I do have some complaints. Every company has flaws. It doesn't make a company bad or scam if they do. But it's important that you're aware of them so you can make an informed decision. So let's dig in.


1. There will be some folks that will do calculations and say that this opportunity isn't worth the time or below minimum wage or whatever other beef they have with the money. That's just a reality of the situation. For some of you, given your circumstances this may not be worth your effort. In which case you should focus on a traditional work at home job or something else that is. I personally make a lot of money with affiliate marketing but I still carve out time for this opportunity because it's fun and easy money that I can use for gas, movies, etc. I already spend a lot of time on FB or email chatting about nonsense with my friends. So making money for doing so on a forum just makes "cents" to me. But to each their own.


2. No other payment options. If you don't have a paypal account or can't get one, You're out of the running for this opportunity. There are no checks, debit card, direct deposit or payment options outside of paypal. This will obviously annoy some folks.


3. This is considered an international opportunity because anyone with a paypal account across the globe can join. However you must be able to read and write English well (meaning proper grammar and spelling). Otherwise you can't earn money with this opportunity. Obviously some folks will be at a disadvantage because of this. 


4. Intimidating qualification process. Honestly when I first read about the requirement of 10 posts within their test forum, I was a little taken back. I also really didn't understand it until I actually joined the site. When I got in and wanted to start I was faced with this huge wall of text instructions which was very intimidating. But one I read them, it was actually very easy. However I think they would do well to have an introduction video that walks you through what you need to do next after you sign up. I think that would be a lot less intimidating than the wall of text. Sadly people aren't readers any more. They skim and miss out on a lot of important information. So that has to be kept in mind. A video would address a lot of this.  As it is I have tons of referrals but most are "dead beats" meaning they aren't active.  I think it's because they don't understand what to do. So a welcome video would go a long way after one signs up. The wall of text can stay but I would add a video too.


5. Sites are disabled randomly. So once you start subscribing and posting to your favorite forums, you may get an occasional message from PostLoop that the forum has been disabled which means you're no longer able to get paid on that particular one. This can be because they ran out of money to pay forum posters or another reason. I've had some of my favorite forums disabled and then come back a day later or not at all. You have to be mindful of this because you can't just depend on your favorite forum for the long term because they may be gone form the post loop system. So you should always be on the look out for new forums that come out. This way if one of your big ones disappears you can still replace it with another new one. 


6. Rating fluctuate and expire. The higher your rating the more you get paid. Ratings are based on what the admin for a forum gives you. When I first joined and did my test posts at the Postloop Portal I was rated a 4.8 which is damn near perfect. This meant I was making an additional .75 points per post which obviously meant more money per post for me.  I continued to add value and post when I could on other forums. I felt my quality on other forums were still very good. But recently I was rated 4.40 by another admin. That's still good but not as good as the 4.8 I originally had. So you have to try maintain a high level of quality consistently from week to week because it's not averaged from your past activities. You're only as good as your recent activity.


So is PostLoop Legitimate?


Yes, It's definitely the real deal and something I recommend you join! It's an easy way to make money once you get past the probation forum post stuff.  And I can see folks with a lot of free time and decent command of the english language making some great money with this. 

So let me know your thoughts on this opportunity. I have a funny feeling this will be a winner to a lot of folks. If by chance you don't feel this is the right type of opportunity for you. Be sure to check out our work at home jobs page which may have more traditional jobs you may enjoy.  Thanks for reading either way!

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  • Susansocket

    thanks for the site, sounds interesting and I’m going to try it out! ; )

  • Eddy Salomon

    You’re welcome! Glad to hear it. I’m sure you’ll do well if you follow the tips and advice in the article. Please keep me posted.

  • AK

    Man how do you always find all these money sites? Seriously where did you get this from

  • Eddy Salomon

    I have a great research team and I pay attention to what people are discussing on other sites. My favorites being, and

    It’s my job to keep finding this stuff and plus I just get high from finding new ways of making money at home.

  • Jane Metcalfe

    Hi Eddy.  I joined Postloop a few weeks ago but – as you said in your article, got a bit confused about the 10 posts bit but you’ve explained it perfectly, so thanks for that.  I agree that a video (like yours) would help tremendously.  I do have a problem though.  I have managed to log in but the username bit where I sign in for the 10 posts..well, it doesn’t register and I’m sure I used the same username.  There are only 2 others it can be, tried them and they don’t work either.  I’ve sent them a message but I’ve not received a reply and also checked my Spam folders, just in case.  Nothing there either.  I do live in the UK but emails are instant wherever you live so I don’t think it’s that.  Have you ever had to contact them?  How quick are they at responding?

    I’m dying to get started because, as you can see, I waffle like you do (but in a nice way) lol.:-)

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hey Jane,
    I’m glad you found value in the video. I knew some folks would.

    In terms of your login issue, you might want to contact support here:

    Ryan tends to be very fast. I’ll forward your comment to him as well and see if that helps.

    Thanks for chiming in.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hey Ron,

    It’s always good to hear awesome and my site in the same sentence! lol So thanks for that compliment.

    I love people like you. Here’s why. You can see the value and effort I put into the information provided and you want me to be compensated for it. So thank you for inquiring if I get credit.

    As many of you know I make a living by referring companies like postloop to you. So when you do use a link in my given article or site, I usually get credit. So that’s all you have to do. Always use a link in my article for any program of interest to you and I’ll usually get credit.

    So thanks again. You have a great attitude. You really understand how to succeed in this industry and you summed it up with this sentence: ” along with continued learning and a can do attitude a work from home income is very possible.”

    Amen to that because it’s true!

  • Keri Losh

     ”That’s still good but not as good as the 4.8 I originally had. So you have to try maintain a high level of quality consistently from week to week because it’s not averaged from your past activities. You’re only as good as your recent activity. ”

    This must have changed recently because I joined 2 days ago, went through the process and was initially rated at 4.2 (.25 extra points). Then I had another review that was a 4.8, but my rating only went up to 4.5. So they must be averaging this now.

    BTW I hope you are enjoying your 20 percent :-) from referring me, I talked my husband into joining through my link and he LOVES posting on forums so I’ve already made money off of him. That’s what husbands are for right?? :-P 

  • Eddy Salomon

    This has been added in recent weeks. I know companies do collect information for tax purposes as we’ve described here: so that’s normal. Usually after they send you the tax information, that’s where you are provided the company’s contact information.

    I don’t think they’re hiding anything. They have a long history of paying so there is no real reason to be shady. But feel free to email them to voice your concern.

  • Jay OsWorld

    Hey Eddy!

    I just found out that you reviewed PostLoop AFTER I had signed up, otherwise I would have used your referral link. I just got my 10 posts down and it’s under review. So by this time tomorrow I should know if I’m accepted or not. I’m sure I’ll be accepted, since I’m awesome :) But I will let you know how it goes for me as I do plan on making money with this. I post things all the time, so why not get paid for it eh? 

  • Eddy Salomon

    No worries Jay. It happens sometimes. Either way I’m glad you have taken action on this opportunity. Hopefully your posts are accepted and you can take full advantage of this wonderful opportunity. Keep me posted either way.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Well congrats on getting in! Yes they definitely want to see natural activity which would include starting your own threads in addition to responding to them.

    You should also post over time during the course of a day. They seem to frown upon trying to knock out your post limit within a few minutes or hour. So that’s another thing that may affect your score. Either way, welcome aboard!

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Roshanta,
    I thought I was grinding and busy but you put me to shame! Great job on juggling all this stuff! Although I’m a huge proponent of multiple streams of income, I also encourage folks to eventually whittle down to a few opportunities that pay you the most for your time. Initially you want to try as many things as possible to determine what you like and eventually what pays the most. The dabbling shouldn’t be forever.

    That’s what I did. I still try everything but ultimately they all pretty much tie into my main source of income which is referrals aka affiliate marketing. So my dabbling aligns with my higher source of income.

    I continued to work my full time job until my website income superseded my corporate income and did so consistently for at least a year or so. Furthermore I had saved up at least 6-8 months of income that would cover my major household expenses. I also tested the job market by throwing my resume out there to see how many people would bite. So I took a lot of precautions before making the plunge into doing this full time.

    In terms of the time management, I did a lot of my work in the evenings. I also had a job where what I did on my site also benefited them. So I was able to work on my site while working on my job because anything I learned with my site I shared with the job. So that helped as well.

    In your situation it’s very difficult. I didn’t have school to contend with. I just had my job and my wife. Eventually I had my girl and that made things difficult for a while. But eventually as she got older I was able to get back on my grind. Ultimately you have to dictate your time. Anyone that has become successful will tell you they sacrificed a lot, mostly time. And that’s pretty much what you’ll have to do. Something will have to give. But you have to decide what to make your dreams come true.

    I’m also not big on deadlines for dreams. I was at this for years before I finally escaped the Man. If I would have given myself some deadline I would have given up too soon. So I’m totally against deadline for dreams. I know a lot of folks feel differently. But I’m just speaking from my personal experience.

    I hope this helps. Feel free to email me using the contact me link on the left of the page to discuss further. I like to keep the comments on topic when possible and I’ve definitely strayed from that here. lol

  • Eddy Salomon

    Sorry but you were rejected for a reason. You’re asking us to cheat for you. Focus on another opportunity that is better suited to your skill set.

  • Eddy Salomon


    Thanks for sharing your experience. You’re on the right path my friend. The endless hours of not seeing a big profit are part of the process. My wife can tesify to how many hours I have spent in the past getting to where I am. I still spend a lot of hours where nothing comes of it. But I’ve discovered that even if I don’t get the financial results I expected, I’m always learning something new that I take on to my next effort. So you are always getting something out of your failures and roadblocks. Where most people give up, you push forward. I promise you that if you keep doing this and making adjustments along the way you’ll find the light of the end of the tunnel.

    The fact you’re open to little opportunities like this means you already have the proper mindset. Just keep in mind I started by earning a few cents here and there reading emails. Everyone else thought that was a big joke but it showed me there is potential in this online stuff. I just need to learn how to compound those few cents into dollars. Obviously with a lot of hard work, training and a lot of favor from God I was able to get where I am.
    So it is possible. It’s just not as easy as these scammy people will have you believe and try to sell you.

    But it can happen my friend. Start small and keep working your way up!

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