Why is it so hard to get approved in POSTLOOP???

Philippines
June 25, 2011 10:04am CST
Hi mylotters! As some of you have noticed here in the mylot community, there's usually this link that refers us to another paid to post forum site and it really looks promising. The hard thing is, it's very difficult to get approved after posting 10 posts on the postloop portal. I already tried it twice but to no avail. The good things is we can always try and try until we get approved for every 10 posts we've made. But the truth is, it doesn't look that promising anymore. At first, they rejected me because my posts were too short and seemed unnatural. On my second try, I was given another low rate for poor grammar and for being unnatural... It's so freaking hard to get accepted in this site. I just wish some of you mylotters can give very helpful tips to me so that I'd finally be accepted on the site. Your responses are very well appreciated.
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7 responses
@oscar6 (1938)
• United States
25 Jun 11
It seems that Postloop takes too much time for you to get approved. I would suggest just using your time to post here at mylot. You dont have to be accepted and dont have to waste your time here. I also have several sites that you can use to make money. If you are interested there are banners on my Mylot profile page that link to my "How to make money online" articles.
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@Beaufly (993)
• United States
26 Jun 11
Scarface, if you are interested in writing, if you like it and want an additional stream of income, I do not think that you should give up. Postloop will give you an additional mechanism to make money if you want that. I think that you can do both (myLot and Postloop), you do not have to give up one for the other.
• United Arab Emirates
9 Jun 13
@Beaufly, I really do not think postloop compliments your earnings as an extra means to earn online, infact my view about postloop is that it's really worth it. I have heard from people who earn $5 - $7 every 3 hours that passes because they are slow in typing, there are other who say they earn such amount per hour and just go to work on their other earning sites. Regarding the comparison you have made between mylot and postloop, I have no doubts about the latter, it's far better than mylot. The difference is that there are a lot of forum to partake in according to your interest, it also pays better, each post such as this one gets $0.07 - $0.15, while you only get rewarded $0.01 here per post, what a waste of time. Mylot should have channeled the funds used in redesigning the site as an income booster, afterall they get paid for adverts too.
@txgrl21 (819)
• United States
26 Jun 11
Hi penrockerchic! I was approved in less than a day and I did not do anything different than anyone else. I have a lot of referrals that did not get approved even though they had good grammar and good posts. I think maybe the admin is rejecting because they need more forums to bring in more members. I have seen a lot of forums owners stating that they don't want the same old kind of threads posted and I think the spammers are ruining it for everyone else.
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• Philippines
28 Jun 11
Good for you. I'm happy that you seem to be having a great time in postloop. I'll try it again later this week, once I'd get a few extra time on my hands. Thank you for your response. At least, postloop can make other users happy and hopefully, I could get approved as well.
@Beaufly (993)
• United States
25 Jun 11
I am not sure why this is happening to you but I think you should keep trying, it will be worth it in the end. When I joined Postloop, you did not have to complete these tasks before joining the forums. I think that the admin instituted this rule because there seem to be a lot of angst among forum owners who were complaining about the quality of the posts that they were receiving. I also saw a shift in how the forum owners would present additional information on the postloop site about their forum. I guess they were not receiving quality content and people were just posting in the Introduction sections of the forums and not really adding anything of quality or value. Some of the owners began even writing that if you did not add "real" posts, that they would rate you lowly in Postloop (and this can affect your earnings). I believe Postloop has become more strict in the hopes that they can provide their forum owners the best quality in posting (and also I think that they want to attract a higher level poster). It may have really been necessary. I have been there a relatively short period of time and have already seen this much. I do enjoy it there and have cashed out twice.
• Philippines
25 Jun 11
It's nice to know that you're now earning that much from postloop. I guess, I have to try again. I just wish they won't be too strict with their members. I tried my best best but I think I have to post an additional 10 posts again just so I can see if I'd get accepted soon. Do you have any tips you can share?
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@Beaufly (993)
• United States
25 Jun 11
All I can say is take your time with it. Do they pick certain topics and then you respond? Is that how this process works? Do you have any choice in which topics you can respond to? If so, pick the ones that are the best for you and take your time to write them as thoughtfully as you can. Some of the feedback you received was that your posts sounded unnatural. Do you think your posts were rushed? Could you have improved them in any way? Also, make sure your grammar is tight. They are a stickler for this, but I think if you put your best foot forward and stick with it, you will be accepted. Initially, they allowed everyone to join the forums and that backfired because the forum owners were not getting the quality of responses that they wanted so now they are preempting that by making sure that only quality posters are getting through. Although it seems hard now, this will help you to be selective when you pick the forums to join to earn money. You want to pick the ones where you will be able to contribute to the most in a meaningful way (so that you will receive high ratings and can be paid at the highest levels through postloop).
@Beaufly (993)
• United States
26 Jun 11
I agree that the quality of your posts will determine your rating which will determine your pay so if you can pass through this first hoop so to speak, focus on providing quality and valuable content. The first step is getting in the door. The reason you can get paid so quickly is because you will be posting but in a way that will improve your writing (which can make you more money overall on the net so you can expand your thinking beyond just getting paid at postloop, albeit it will be your first step). I think it is a great opportunity for those who like to write and are either good at it or willing to train themselves to get better.
@beingwell (3625)
• Thailand
28 Jun 11
Hi pen. I had one try with Postloop and they approved me 24 hours later. It's easy, really. Choose the topics that you are more inclined to so you don't struggle in responding to them. Go and give it another try. For me, Postloop site is very rewarding.
• Philippines
28 Jun 11
Thanks beingwell. Thank you for encouraging me. I just wish I'd get approved this time around. I will be choosing the topics more meticulously now. Maybe, that's where I went wrong. I just chose topics randomly without even giving them much thought before posting.
@beingwell (3625)
• Thailand
28 Jun 11
That's right! Just like here in MyLot, we choose the discussions where we feel at ease so we don't sound "unnatural" (as the word you chose in your topic) I hope to see you in the many forums there. Has it been 24hours? Well, what's the buzz??
• Philippines
28 Jun 11
I haven't visited postloop yet. Probably, I'd check it by the end of this week. I'm pretty busy right now and I'm quite contented with mylot as of now. Don't worry, I'll give you an update.
@iklananda (1202)
26 Jun 11
Lucky for you still notice on your email, i even not get anything from them. I already subscribe and still none
@Beaufly (993)
• United States
26 Jun 11
Iklananda, you have to do more than subscribe. You have to be approved to post and then you join forums, add quality content and then you can be paid. I think it is harder to get in now but not impossible. I think they are looking for people who can provide both good grammar and good content (I am not sure of what the metric is that they are using to determine that). From the original post here, there was a comment to posts being unnatural. This comment could be read in several ways but it does speak to a subjective measure they are using for approval. I would say that it you write well, have a great command of the English language and genuinely want to get paid for providing quality content, then apply, if not, stay away (or stay away until you build to a higher writing proficiency level).
@jayguar (273)
• India
4 Jul 11
I posted only 10 posts and got approved within 24 hours. I guess the post should show a valid reply for the other posts and not just posting just for the sake of it.
@adex19 (114)
• Malaysia
26 Jun 11
well am new to mylot so i don't know of any site that give that kind of condition. why should need another site to make discussion when you have already resiger with mylot in just a wash of time. i think mylot is ok.. you can make many response here a day and still meet your taject