Forum posting is not for the weak...
May 11, 2016 9:52am CST
Sure, if you're trying to earn money from doing it. I've already cashed out four times since joining the site so I already have a little over $20 in my PayPal, and that's all from this month alone. Earning $5 in two to three days is not really much if you're from the states but this will help me cover Ian's tuition on a monthly installment basis (his tuition for the whole year is $450). So why did I say that it's not for the weak? Well for me to be able to earn as fast as I could, I not only joined forums with topics that I have an interest on but I also registered on other forums where I needed to make a little research to make it look like I know something, lol! Aside from forums, they also have a list of blogs but I eventually unsubscribed from the ones I joined into because I have no idea when the owners are going to approve my comments. I would visit every day and leave long, insightful comments but the website is not picking up the number of comments I've already made unlike in the forums. Also, I've subscribed to more than a dozen forums but I hate that only half or so would be active for points gathering and the others would either be disabled or offline. This really slows down the earning potential of the members. My target at least for this month is $70 to $75 if I'm lucky because it's tedious work and coming up with new content can really drain you. If I could find other stuff to do that I can manage to fit into my forum posting schedule, that would be awesome.
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• Calgary, Alberta
11 May 16
At the forum wheel I have to endure posting on forums about Search engine optimization just to earn 3 dollars a day. I miss the forum about cats. I am so sad when that forum is replaced with a forum about Health Insurance and Telemarketers. This is a struggle with Forumwheel and Postloop members, When all the forums available is something you dont like and you have no choice but to pretend.
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12 May 16
It's really tiring especially when you have to meet the daily quota. The most number I have to post is in a forum called Creepy Folk. It's a forum dedicated to creepypasta or horror stories. I need to make 8 posts daily there but it seems kind of interesting. I'm currently trying to write a story that I can enter in their weekly competition. I tried Forum Wheel but there doesn't appear to be much to choose from.
11 May 16
I agree. Coming up with new content every day is really draining. However, why don't you try revshare programs if you want to make some quick money. I have been working on a few sites, so that I can meet my financial demands as I am currently in my maternity leave. Due to loss of pay I had to struggle a lot last month. Now I am having enough. :-)