Postloop: Automated Forum Post Exchange

Discussion in 'SEO, Traffic and Revenue' started by BlazingBlue, Dec 11, 2010.

  1. TPB

    TPB Regular Member

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    PostLoop in a nutshell:
    Postloop brings forum owners, blog owners, and content writers together in unprecedented fashion. Forum and blog owners can submit their websites to Postloop and our content writers will begin providing content (forum posts or blog comments) to those of interest. Forum and blog owners build credits (or "points") for content either by creating content themselves or by simply purchasing a set number of points via PayPal. Content writers can pick and choose from any of the websites listed and start creating content for money immediately. All of the tracking and account balances are handled automatically thanks to Postloop's exclusive monitoring service. It is by far the easiest way for webmasters to generate content for their websites and content writers to get paid well for their hard earned work.

    I have successfully used PostLoop both as a forum admin and as a writer on other forums. The great part is if you don't want the money, you can use the points you earn posting towards your own forum to entice new users to come post. I have had at least 100 new members join one of my forums that make long, quality posts with postloop. Give it a shot, if you don't want to pay for posts, just make some posts of your own first to get your points up!

    I have actually made a lot more money than I put into PostLoop and can post proofs if anyone would like to see them.
     
  2. Marc

    Marc Checkmate - Game Over

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    Is it possible to set a limit of how many posts you wish to receive daily at your forum? ( also for "per member" )
    Also, when someone is posting, does it have those types of annoying fixed top headers from the post exchange site?
     
  3. Trombones13

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    Don't think there's a way to do posts per day, but posts per member per day is an option. The headers are nowhere other than on Postloop itself.
     
  4. BamaStangGuy

    BamaStangGuy Administrator

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    I use it on a few sites. They are insanely to anal about post quality and their rating of users. It blows my mind how I was denied the ability to post on there and yet some of the people that subscribe to my forums via PostLoop are absolutely horrid. I guess you just have to be a good bullshitter to get accepted as there is very little room left for common sense.

    I was also warned that I was abusing the rating system by not spending 10 minutes reviewing someone over their posts on a forum. The expectations are too damn high and inconsistent, though in the end it is one of the better services due to their pricing.
     
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  5. cpvr

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    Ya, I know exactly what you mean. It happened to me a few times its why I stopped using the service though because how the other users didn't make quality posts on my community. I also remember when they had that posting service on Admin Fusion - it was called Post fusion or something? That's how the idea from Post loop came about.
     
  6. Marc

    Marc Checkmate - Game Over

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    I have a few more questions from experienced users.

    If I use PostLoop and delete a member's low quality post which I disliked, will it count towards the points which I have left?
    What about the forums with post count disabled. Will posting in those forums count towards the posts/points for the poster?

    :)
     
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  7. Trombones13

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    a. No; the points are reverted so that deleted post doesn't penalize you.
    b. No; if post count isn't updated, the points on Postloop aren't either.
    :)
     
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  8. cpvr

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    I just started using Postloop again last night. There's so many different forums listed now. The last time I used it was probably a year ago or longer.
     
  9. Brandon

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    I'm thinking about checking it out for Admin Talk, if so I'll add our banner if anyone wants to help us out. :p
    I looked at it once when Ryan first built it and thought it was a nice idea, I never ran with it though.

    I've added Admin Talk and I guess you can build points by posting under this account?
    http://www.postloop.com/invite/BrandonSheley

    Are there poostloop banners or anything? (maybe @Ryan knows?)
    I haven't used this service much but it looks like I did sign up when it first started.
     
  10. Cerberus

    Cerberus Admin Talk Staff

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    Its been awhile since I used it but I cashed out some money on there instead of getting posts in exchange because the posts were really low quality.. I hope they have fixed it by now.. But yeah it was a good service when I first signed up.. I really liked it
     
  11. Trombones13

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    I got a message on my post loop feed saying that this site is "offline". If an account goes offline, does that mean we aren't supposed to go to the site?

    Also if someone gives you an anonymous rating and its because you haven't been on their site, due to the notification by Post Loop, what do you do?

    Thanks!

    Sharon
     
  14. Hotmess

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    Try again it seems they are back on line.

    Usually when you get that message, it means the site is in maintenance mode
     
  15. SassyBrat

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    I just did, but nothing different on my end? :cautious:
     
  16. Hotmess

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    This is where I went http://portal.postloop.com/index.php

    I can't offer an opinion about the Post Ex-change status but my point about the Offline Mode stands.

    You don't think your account has been suspended do you?
     
  17. Brandon

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    If a site goes offline it just means you're not going to earn PL points for your post on that forum.
    I don't think an admin would ever turn down post. :)

    For example I found a stamp forum that I really dig on PL, I told the owner that even if he stopped doing the PL, I would still stop by and post on his forums.

    I don't know, maybe a better question for @Ryan himself.
     
  18. SassyBrat

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    Thanks Brandon! This is one of those moments, where it looks like a simple answer, and then when you go to answer it, realize that sometimes it isn't so simple lol! I will definitely boogie over to Ryan and ask!
     
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  19. moneyman

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    This is kind of interesting concept in my opinion. Webmasters are able to buy or exchange forum posts and there is surely a plenty of different kind of posters available to create value for your forum. I have only been posting in Postloop and haven't tested it with any of forums thus it is a good site to make some extra income whilst posting in forums.
     
  20. carlalexander

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    Never actually heard of it, but is that not one of the black hat techniques of traffic exchanges? How safe is it? Sounds interesting however I must agree.
     

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