How to Sign-up for Postloop so Your Posts Count

by on February 3rd, 2011
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Have you heard of Postloop? It’s a website where you make blog and forum posts for money. Although sitting on your sofa writing posts with a glass of wine in one hand and your remote control in the other sounds amazing, it is another one of those too good to be true schemes.

Now don’t get the wrong impression, Postloop pays you through PayPal and the whole website seems to me completely legit. I made a bunch of posts, got to the minimum payout amount and cashed out. Postloop made the payment, however small, as promised. Let me tell you about the reality of Postloop. The sad thing is, the more desperate we are for money the easier it is to lose hours of your life for peanuts.

So you go to Postloop. You can use this link to Postloop and check it out. The sign-up process is easy enough and then you get to your employee dashboard. At this point you must make 10 posts on the specified forum. The Postloop staff checks you out, gives you a rating and sends you an acceptance email.

Once accepted you log into your account and click on “forums” at the top of the page to see all the jobs you can have. I always click on “sites” at the side of the page, but that is wrong. The listings with the stars by them make you more money – or peanuts as it were. The listing shows the name of the site, the topics, how many points they have paid out, when it was listed and number of posts allowed per day.

Click on the site you want to participate in and Postloop opens a tab in your browser that takes you to the sites homepage. Make an account there. I suggest you use the same username and password for each website you post on to make things infinitely easier for you.

Switch back over to Postloop and click on the icon that looks like a little person in a green jacket that coincides with the website forum group you just signed up for. You must click on agree and then subscribe to this forum via Postloop by entering your username and password you just made up for the forum site. If you skip this step you will not get paid, but you can make a bunch of posts before knowing that.

Check your dashboard and hit refresh and it keeps you point total in real time – which is actually pretty cool. When you reach 100 point you get a payout. On Postloop I got $5.03 for 101 points. When I did the math I only made about $2 an hour.

If you want to sign-up for Postloop please use this link. I get a bit of what you make if you make money on Postloop and it keeps a little money out of their pockets.


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