How to use postloop?

@syoti20 (5295)
December 12, 2012 3:11am CST
I'm having hard time in understanding postloop. Can anyone terach me how to use this site?
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12 Dec 12
It's very, very simple. Sign up. Post in their forum to get through the test period. Look through the list of forums/blogs and find ones that interest you. Subscribe on the forum/blog site. Go back to Postloop and subscribe to the same site through their system (you have to do this or your posts won't register). Post on the sites you subscribed to. That's it. Basically, you earn points for posting on blogs and forums that you subscribe to through the Postloop system and can cash out your points. Be VERY careful what you post, though - high-quality posts get good scores but rubbish gets slapped... and you need a high rating to be able to cash out.
@syoti20 (5295)
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
What does postloop portal do?
• India
12 Dec 12
Sir Is this is legit site and good earning or not. I think this is new site and I am heard about this first time. How is earning good like mylot or less.
13 Dec 12
"What does postloop portal do?" If I remember correctly (it's been a long time), the portal is the Postloop forum. Before you can subscribe to and post on other forums, you have to post on the portal and earn a starting score. It's like the test run before you're allowed to earn properly. "Is this is legit site and good earning or not." Surekharathi! It's great to see you again! Yes, Postloop is legitimate and can be a good earner. However, most posters agree that - much like myLot - it's not the best way to earn online: it's a lot of fun, which makes the lower pay bearable. "I think this is new site and I am heard about this first time." It's been around for about a year, I think. It's well-established and reliable. The guy who created and runs it - Ryan - is ever-present and very reasonable. "How is earning good like mylot or less." At the moment (I just checked), you must have 100 points to withdraw and each point is worth $0.05 (USD). So that means a $5 minimum. Your points depend on your post lengths and overall quality score. Your quality score must be above the average to be able to withdraw (3.56 right now). Having a really high score gets you bonus points on your posts (for example, my current rating of 4.81 earns me 0.75 points extra per post - about 3.75c, woohoo!). Compared to myLot, the earnings can be a lot higher. I've earned about $3-$5 in a day when I posted a lot and there were a lot of forums/blogs available... but there are far fewer now (and I used my points to "buy" posts on my own forum rather than cash out). Definitely worth a look, in my opinion. Especially if you love forums: then the money becomes secondary and you get paid for doing something you enjoy!
@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
14 Dec 12
PostLoop is a little different than Mylot. You need to subscribe to the different forums. Each forum is its own forum and not related to Postloop. It is just that these forums want to get participation and so the forum owners signed up with Postloop to find people to participate and post on their forums. You need to write at least 3 sentences that relate to and reply to the discussion. I have been paid 3 times with Postloop. From my experience, PostLoop has been very reliable in their payments. It is not a lot of money, but it is an honest program. Always check your Postloop dashboard. Forums come and go and so, your dashboard will alert to the changes. I see that others have given you good suggestions. I hope I have helped you. If you have any more questions, just send me a message.