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    I was shocked to see these reviews until I realized they are from several years ago when there was a different admin team. I can’t speak for them, but I can speak for the current admins who are nothing but professional, prompt, and eager to provide quality content in a timely fashion. They have always delivered my orders and are accommodating and prompt when I have any queries or special requests I think of after I’ve purchased my package. They even let me know when things aren’t working on my site or if a spammer has taken over the forum. They really go above and beyond.

    Out of the newer services they’ve just started offering, I can only give a review for their social media management and virtual assistance as these are the only two I’ve used. I’ve had great experiences thus far with them as well as forum posting/blog commenting and article writing.

    The only thing I’ve noticed is that project deadlines are estimated, so things don’t always start and end exactly on the chosen dates, but a day or two in any direction hasn’t been an issue for me.

    by Chad / 1 month ago

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      This is a good company, well run by people with years of experience in the field and are easy to get along with. If the services they offer are as good as their writing services then you don’t have to worry about your job getting done. I highly recommend them.

      by Alan / 3 weeks ago

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    I ordered a set of blog comments from Paid Forum Posting last month as my site needed a boost to relaunch. I read they are under new management now and I had no problems with either timing or quality.

    by Barbara / 2 years ago

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    I just had my resume done by one of the writers over at Paid Forum Posting. I feel like I really got my money’s worth. I enjoyed the consultation because they knew all of the right questions to ask. They also allowed for up to three edits. I took them up on one because I only came to the realization that I had a very specific look in mind once I had the first draft in my hands. It took them about six days to write it up, and then one day for my edit.

    by Emily / 3 weeks ago

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    I have nothing but good things to say about Paid Forum Posting. I have used them off and on for years, but the owners they have now are by the far the best yet. I use their services for blog content and articles to place on several of my websites. I also use their blog commenting services from time to time. I recently had them work on my husband’s resume and the results were outstanding.

    by Sarah / 1 week ago

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    Horrible experience with them. The editors/admins are amateurs with giant inflated egos. The amount of effort and time required to make forum posts simply does not commensurate with the pay. You would be earning more writing for dirt-cheap content mills. Know what you are getting into with this company before signing up.

    by Tobias / 4 years ago

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    by Vula / 5 years ago

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    by Flemming / 3 years ago

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