Postloop Review: Make Extra Money Posting on Forums

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PostLoop is a company based in Southern California,  that was formed to help website owners get traffic and engagement to their websites. This site is very similar to MyLot, which are among the few legitimate paid to post websites. At first, I was very curious about Postloop after reading many positive reviews online. So I decided to try them out and give you the inside scoop on how Postloop works.

What Exactly is PostLoop?

PostLoop is better known as a PTP (Paid to Post) website. For those who do not know what PTP means, it means for every comment you post on a forum or blog, you get paid for it.

How Does Postloop Works?

Getting started with PostLoop is pretty simple. The first step in the process is signing up for an account. Once you've signed up, the site will automatically forward you to the trial stage. This stage is the Postloop's portal where you must register at their forum and submit 10 trial posts before your account is approved. Here are some key factors to remember before beginning:

  • Make sure you have excellent grammar with correct spelling and punctuation.
  • Make sure to make long, detailed posts that are about 4 or 5 sentences long. Postloop can tell if you are posting just to be posting.
  • Subscribe to forums you are really interested in. The forum topics available are video games, parenting, income & money, health advice, and so on.

Please don't rush through this step because your 10 posts will determine the following factors: 

  • Your initial pay rate.
  • If your account gets approved or disapproved.
  • Your member profile rating.

After the evaluation process and approval, you will have access to the database of forums and blogs on PostLoop. This will enable you to choose the forums which you would want to post on.

After deciding the forums to post on, you will need to register with these forums. This should not take much time and after doing this. Once you link the Forums with your PostLoop account, then you can start making money.

How Does Postloop Pay?

This payment system is quite simple as PostLoop system is point-based. Points are earned anytime a comment is posted on a blog or forum, the amount of points though vary from 1-5. The rating you get after each post is based on the quality of the post. Your rating has a positive relationship with the amount of points you get. This means that the higher you’re rating, the more points you will get. Users who get ratings less than 4.0 will get no bonus points. However, users who get ratings higher than 4.0 on comments made get at least 0.25 bonus points.

The withdrawal system on PostLoop is very straightforward. It has been stated on the site that withdrawals cannot be made if the user does not have up to 100 points which will equal $5 or if the user’s rating is less than 3.5. Postloop is very good about sending payments within 24 hours via Paypal.

Does PostLoop Have A Referral Program?

One of the best benefits of using Postloop is their referral program. For PostLoop referrals, if people sign up using your referral link, you will earn 20 percent of all their earnings. This means that the more referral you have, the higher your chances of earning more. However, you must note that your referrals must also be active and posting on forums as well.

Final Thoughts

As a user on PostLoop, I think some of the advantages that it has is that it is a means to earn extra income. Though the pay may not be much at first but if you are dedicated and committed to it, you would be making more in no time.

In addition to this, no fees are charged on PayPal withdrawal which means that no matter how little you withdraw, you will receive the whole sum in your PayPal account. Another advantage that PostLoop offers is that they accept members from all parts of the world and it has a decent pay system.

However, despite these merits, one major disadvantage of PostLoop is its rating system. PostLoop has given the ratings right to the forum and blog owners so even if you make an incredible post; you may end up getting a bad rating.

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    This Post Has 10 Comments

    1. Ervil Beauregard

      Postloop was a joke. Countless forum owners sunk a ton of money into a system that simply did not work. Word finally got out and it went into a death spiral. For content writers it was one of the worst grinds imaginable in terms of time-to-income. Good riddance.

    2. Ian Forbes

      Hi Lashay, I e-mailed you about adverising rates on your site. You never responded.

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi, Ian! My inbox is always flooded. How can I assist you?

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    3. Laura R Gullett

      If you want us to use proper grammar then how about if you do the same, such as, using the proper word “receive” not “get” in the correct contextual form?

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Laura! I really appreciate your feedback:-) I will be the first to say I am not the best writer. The whole point of this article is to introduce this opportunity to those who are new to posting on forums. I’ll make sure to correct any grammer errors that may bother you. Have a blessed day! 😉

    4. PandemiaPower

      Postloop was a very bad experience. They do not do a very good at
      detailing their application process more succinctly, explaining more of
      what they have to do than needed. I posted work on a first attempt there
      with the points being counted, I never received any feedback at all and
      when I emailed them, I never got any response. I tried another attempt
      several months later, was never informed I had to reapply the
      subscription again, but ended up doing so. I worked hard to deliver good
      quality postings with double checking all of my grammar, punctuation,
      and spelling of all of my trial entries. They responded back promptly
      but rather vaguely and coldly about my work and did not offer the
      opportunity to try again, which they said they do on their website.
      Postloop has a pretty poor way of expressing the type of material that
      they need for their site. I would NEVER recommend this site and service
      to anyone ever again.

    5. MuzikGurl

      You had me interested until the last statement..basically my pay/rating is based on whether the owner agrees with me or not or likes me or not…that’s not fair work practice and it’s not right in my opinion. I think post loop should pay for EVERY post regardless if they like it or not or agree with it or not. This sounded great all the way up to ” You can make an incrediable post/comment…but you may still get a bad rating…” Ugh! Sounds more of a waste of time and energy. My pay shouldn’t be based on 1 persons OPINION of me and my posts. I should be get paid for posting like you said 3-5 sentences and being on topic..supporting my statements and so forth; irregardless of the blog/forum owner likes what I said or not. …Yea I think I’ll pass on that one…sounds more stressful than needs to be and sounds unfair practice and work ethic. Sorry.

      1. PandemiaPower

        I agree with you. I will definitely start telling others not to use this service as their rating system seems very prejudiced,

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