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Outsourcing forum posting - any success???

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by shout, May 21, 2013.

  1. shout

    shout Regular Member

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    Yeah, just like the title says....

    I´m trying to outsource forum posting, QA sites posting without success. Yes, you definitely can find people to do it, but doing it efficiently - nah.
    All i have gotten so far is contractors spamming forums with broken English, no value added, no pre-sell.

    I use ODesk for finding my employees. Would you look from there or could you recommend any other website/board?

    Any input is greatly appreciated as i´m beginning to lose hope here:) Is it even possible to outsource posting for traffic purposes?

    PS? Do you think $5 an hour is enough for this kind of job? This is how much i have been paying for my last one without seeing any visitors (i wouldn´t click my link either cause it looks... well, spammy)

    So, what do you guys/gals (if there are any) think? Any experience?

    shout
     
  2. Sugirl

    Sugirl Regular Member

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    are u seriously paying $5/hour for that?
    Pay them per work done not per hour and the quality will increase tenfolds.
     
  3. Black.Star

    Black.Star Junior Member

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    Would be nice if you could PM me if you found a reliable provider.
    I need to create a huge network of freelancers who do such jobs.
    Rates dont really matter.
     
  4. shout

    shout Regular Member

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    I wouldn´t mind contacting you if I found anyone - although it seems a little unlikely as of now:)

    Anyone else?