Last Updated on Feb 28, 2020 by James W

You probably remember my old post about how you can make money with postjoint by accepting guest posts. Well I have tested it and I must say that I’m happy with it.  And this postjoint review will get you a better picture of the website and how it works, trust me, I have made more than $150 with it in less then a two weeks.

The idea is great, it has a lot of users, and both sides publishers and advertisers can benefit from it. This review is 100% from personal experience and I think it will help you to make money online with postjoint.

Basically it’t the website where advertisers can publish their posts in order to promote their online or offline businesses, and publishers like you and me can post those posts on our websites or blogs for a fee.

It’s the win win situation, because advertisers will promote their business or clients and we will get unique and useful content for your readers and loyal visitors.

Now the fee is not determined by the advertiser on the website, you need to make a bid to the advertiser. If I remember right, every advertisers can receive up to 5 offers, so you need to be careful not to charge too much or to low.

I personally had rejections but also a good amount of positive responses, my bids were usually around $30, which some may say it’s too low, because my traffic is good. But we all need to start somewhere right?

And if you’re not sure how much to charge, here is a table that will help you to set up your fee per post.

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I must say, once I get my hands on a website or a tool, I test it to the limits, the reason why I made this money was the activity on the website. Every time new offers arrived, I was the first one to check them out and offer my fee to the advertisers.

I picked only business related offers, you need to choose offers related to your blog , because advertiser who sells shoes will not post an article on ice cream blog.

How to Attract Advertisers?

One of the tactic I used was a free post, for example, I would message an advertiser and offer him a free post on my blog for every two paid posts he decides to publish with me, and I must say it worked.

Only in first couple of days I managed to make near $100 with it, which is not bad, because there are many bloggers out there struggling to make a $100 in a whole month with an Adsense. I know because, I went through all of that, and I will never again sell my blog for pennies to Adsense.

Here is the screenshot of my offers and earnings:

Some offers and names are hidden for privacy reasons, but you can see in  couple of my offers how much I made, it is over $140. And the best thing is, that some advertisers contacted me personally on my blog and gave me more opportunities with more earnings, which is all thanks to postjoint.

There you go, this is one really useful website which I highly recommend, try it out, I’m sure you will make money online.

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  1. James, thanks for this review. Know what? I never would know there is a website like this were it not for me reading this article. I’m going to head over to the site in a bit and check it out.

    And the by way, happy holidays to you and your loved ones!

    • Thank you for your kind words, and postjoint is for sure worth checking out.

      thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  2. Looks to be a great network to work with. I can’t believe that we can now make money publishing guest posts. BTW, how many links are we need to provide in each guest post and are they dofollow ?

    • Advertisers usually add one link in the author bio and one link in the body of the article.
      They don’t need to be dofollow.

      thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  3. It seems PostJoint is a wonderful platform to make money by accepting guest posts. Thanks to the detailed info James.

    • You’re welcome Naven, and yes postjoint is great, you will not make full time income with it. But you can make great cash on the side for promoting peoples content and helping your website or blog with new stuff. πŸ™‚

  4. Thank you for sharing James,

    It seems to be a really useful platform to both parties.

    My only concern is the charging fee for articles…They advise bloggers to add nofollow but to have to tell advertises first. but I tried on made about $15 in a week

  5. Hey James, I have recently signed up for an account over there at PostJoint. My site receives more than 500k pageviews per month, but I have seen opportunities of just $10 maximum. What are your views on this?

    • Hi Priangshu, opportunities don’t have any relation to traffic or pageviews. It all depends from what advertiser wants to pay, that’s why you’re seeing that price range, sometimes offer will be higher, but again it all depends if advertiser has bigger budget.

      thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  6. Yes I use postrelease, but they still didn’t showed like a profitable solution at all. And I use socialspark, which is giving me some great offers worth $75 per review.
    If you need any more help, just let me know πŸ™‚

  7. Hi James

    I run a blog based on Distance Education and getting approx 50,000 PV per month.
    My major traffic comes from India. How much according to you would be the right fee for guest post.

    • Hi Tauseef, you should try with the price ranging between $20 -$30. thanks for stopping by

    • Hi Liudas, yes the 99% are high quality and you have copyscape results on the website itself, so if one post is not unique you will notice. But I still didn’t found a bad or copied article there. thanks for stopping by πŸ˜‰

  8. Hi James,

    This PostJoint definitely has my attention.

    Thanks so much for giving us so much information about it. I’m off to check it out…

    • You’re welcome Corina, and yes postjoint is worth the attention, it helped me alot. Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

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