Paid online posting has long become a powerful marketing tool in the HYIP industry. The essence of the process consists in praising a project, in showing that a large number of interested people have made their deposits.
How does it look like?
Once the topic is created with the project description on the forum, a lot of people immediately appear who give positive feedback and/or info about depositing in the project. These reviews are paid by the administrator either directly or in the form of placing a deposit in his project.
It is rather simple to create the illusion of bigger activity. For example, the HYIP admin sends $ 100 to the first paidposter, he puts it in the project and posts a report about his deposit on the forums and blogs. In fact $ 100 comes back to the admin in the wallet and he repeats the same action with the second, third and so on paidposters. There is an impression that the project has already received at least $ 1000, although the HYIP cashbox has only a hundred.
in this case paidposters’ reward will be interest payments from fictitious deposits. Their duties are not only to inform about deposits, but also about all payouts.
Why does it work?
One of the ways to evaluate the project is to read reviews. But a good indicator for any profitable project is the presence of deposits and reports that the project has regular payouts. And if it is possible to see reports of monitors and blogs, it is difficult and sometimes impossible to distinguish paidposters from real investors.
To sum it up, paidposting is one of the most effective methods of promoting HYIPs because it stirs interest in the project. In addition, people see activity in the project on forums and blogs, see reports about deposits from seemingly common investors, which hoodwinks newcomers.
How to Distinguish Paidposters
The task is often difficult. Even the experienced can get confused: either they can’t see paidposters or, conversely, classify real investors to paid ones.
It is easier to find, so to speak, underpaid posters. Such do not particularly bother, using hackneyed phrases such as “the Admin is smart! A-level project, went depositing!” and give their batch number with the ten. Usually, if you look at other posts of these people on the forum or blog, you’ll see that they again use short phrases without much meaning – all for the sake of getting more posts not to look as if they have just registered.
It may not even be 10 people, but one with ten accounts, of course. And he does not have enough fantasy to write diversely in all his accounts. By the way, the admin himself can act as a paidposter — there are some greedy too. Multi-accounts are banned on the forum, but, alas, not always quickly enough.
It is much more difficult to identify a prepared team of paidposters. As a rule, a paid poster opens an account (or several – in case of bans) in advance, is accumulating posts, communicates naturally, takes part in different themes. In short, he acts most similarly to an ordinary investor. Here it is almost next to impossible to distinguish them.
The only way to identify a team of paidposters is to notice when the same group of nicknames is constantly present together in the same threads. It is only possible to track them, after spending a lot of time on the forum, when the some nicknames become familiar in threads devoted to different HYIPs over time. However, among the constantly appearing nicknames there can be real investors who follow a favorite blog. In addition, blogs encourage their readers to write about deposits and payouts. Posting is a real indicator of the HYIP activity. It is used by paidposters.
Silver Lining of Paid Posting
A positive point of paid posting is that it allows attracting investors at promoting a HYIP — then admins need to use other ways of promotion.
You should be cautious if you see too many paid posts at promoting a Fast – obviously the admin desires to quickly raise money and make a project go scam.
Paid posts with large amounts of deposits ($500 or more) are also dangerous. The purpose of these messages is just to take you off guard. “If some trust such amounts, it means that I can do the same” – they rely on such a reaction. And there are some investors who think so. It is difficult to understand whether these are real investors, but it is worth a try after reviewing the posts from those people on the forum or blog. You need to understand that not every investor (real, not paid) wants to show a large amount of deposits. Make your own conclusions.
Another dark side of paidposters is that they can be used them sink a competitor’s project. Paids publish the message “Scammer!” or “HYIP does not pay!”. It looks off-putting when used without any arguments, doesn’t it. Anyone wants either to postpone with a deposit, or quickly withdraw his deposit. To make it clear, I note “dark public relations,” is most effective in fasts. but paids can try to sink, in principle, any project, the main thing is to choose the moment. For example, they can initiate a DDoS-attack on the project and then drive paidposters with negative comments on forums and blogs.
Is it possible to discern paidposters without looking through dozens of forum pages? If you are interested in a particular project, subscribe to the messages on the project forums from the very beginning of its creation. If you see the same with praising (or negative!) reviews for several days — paids are at work. Not 100% but almost certain. Sometimes forum users themselves expose the team of paidposters and publish lists on the forum.
you can only trust the opinions of forum users and bloggers known for their unbiased assessments. But there are few of them by default. Over time, you will select such for yourself. Let this be one of the criteria in selecting HYIPs in the personal portfolio.