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Old 12-31-2007, 05:42 AM
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Forum posters -- earn to post threads


Do you post on many different forums? Consider joining our pay-per-post program.

Here is how it works:

- You write your own review of a particular website or news story
- You post this review with a link to the site or the news story on the forum under an appropriate section where links are allowed

- Minimum payment: $1.50

- Payment per review: $1.00 (100-150 words) - this is just for writing it, not posting
- Payment per topic on each money making related forum (maximum 1 thread per forum): $0.05-$0.25
- Payment per topic on each web related forum (maximum 1 thread per forum): $0.02-$0.10
- Payment per topic on each other forum (maximum 1 thread per forum): $0.01-$0.05

Conditions:

- You must be an existing member at that forum with at least 25 posts and 1 month membership
- Payment is higher for posts in forums with at least 5000 topics and 200 active members
- Payment is higher for posted threads that generate more than 10 unique replies


To enquire send a PM with forums you frequent and are a member of in which you'd like to post these reviews.


Thanks.


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