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If I am to offer forum posting services, how much will be offered for 10 posts on a techincal niche forum ?
 
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I don't know how much they offer for a specific niche. But most forums do pay you depending on the quality of the post and the sentences. I have seen 25 posts for 5$
 
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How many lines ? 2-3 ?

It is absolutely useless to work on a nice which do not ask for any special skill set. If everyone can do it, there is no value for you.
 
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Yes 2-3 lines, good no of lines in reply many need. Working on a niche will be work on Blog not in forum i believe.
 
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I didn't even knew this was a thing... I'll have to look into it, I'm already writing in forums quite often!
 
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@vulcano same here, but I do mine for free 😀

Mostly because I have a vested interest in what's being discussed, but I firmly believe that if you want _real_ engagement, you have to spend time cultivating a decent response.

There's nothing worse than spending hours on an article to get a single line (or event worse, single word) response.
 
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It is more or less like buying articles for your blog. Some people do it really well. These are mostly bought when a forum is new or the admin couldn't generate enough activity on their forum. Hiring someone will look like there is enough discussion going on and that is good for the forum.
 
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@Abhi I much prefer my own content, and if it takes a while to generate real traffic, then so be it. You can't honesty claim you've succeeded with a blog if the posts, comments, and traffic are all fake.

Phenomlab for example is three years in the making and only now starting to climb the ranks. I've finally reached the stage where I'm happy with the functions, content, and layout.
 
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> @phenomlab claim you've succeeded with a blog if the posts, comments, and traffic are all fake.

Some of the posts are very good. All you have to do is hire a person who knows about the content involved. But in your case, it is not easy to find one.
 
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I see people do quality posts when it is paid and sometime they return and keep posting too. I planned on offering paid post but didn't start it :D
 
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How are you finding jobs in this field though? Doesn't seem easy, any website to recommend?

So far I found[upwork](https://www.upwork.com/freelance-jobs/forum-posting/) and [people per hour](https://www.peopleperhour.com/)
 
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Freelancer. com ? It has so many jobs. But very low payment and very high competition.

I have no idea about **People Per Hour**. Is it dependable ?
 
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@Abhi No idea, I just found them checking around. Freelancer.com yeah has terrible pays... but I'm kinda broke in this period, so I guess I may have to accept it at one point or another 😄
 
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What are your skills ? Are you a coder ?

> @vulcano but I'm kinda broke in this period, so I guess I may have to accept it at one point or another 😄

I can see someone being humble there ;)

Nevertheless, good luck if you are trying 👍
 
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