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Is it Any Real to Get Paid for Posting Links?

Filed in Product Review by on August 9, 2015 12 Comments


The idea of posting links has been popular for a number of years now and I really wonder how this idea is still popular.

I’m going to take a closer look at this opportunity because a lot of folks desperate for money fall for link posting scam offers thinking that they can be easily paid for posting links while in fact this so called opportunity is just another waste of time and effort.

Especially it was popular a few years ago when some companies paid folks for posting links here and there, on private blogs, social media sites etc.

This industry is dead now due to many complaints and spam reports. Though the industry is dead, some programs are still promoting this opportunity and to prove that it’s a waste of time I’m going to briefly review 17 link posting scams so you can see real facts for yourself.

Posting links is a waste of time. If you are looking for a genuine way to make money online, allow me to help you and recommend a program I’ve personally tried and I’m still a member of this program. You can try it for FREE. No credit card required.




Here are 17 link posting scams I’ve reviewed in the past 2 months:


  • Link Posting Scam 1 – Work at Home Authority
  • Link Posting Scam 2 – Work at Home EDU
  • Link Posting Scam 3 – Work at Home Institute
  • Link Posting Scam 4 – Home Profit System
  • Link Posting Scam 5 – at Home Income Package
  • Link Posting Scam 6 – Home Job Institute
  • Link Posting Scam 7 – Online Profit Stream
  • Link Posting Scam 8 – Work at Home Paycheck
  • Link Posting Scam 9 – Excel Cash Flow
  • Link Posting Scam 10 – Online Home Careers University
  • Link Posting Scam 11 – Work at Home University
  • Link Posting Scam 12 – Stay at Home Revenue
  • Link Posting Scam 13 – Internet Cash Income
  • Link Posting Scam 14 – Home Internet Cash
  • Link Posting Scam 15 – Web Fortune Master
  • Link Posting Scam 16 – Amanda Jones Online Income
  • Link Posting Scam 17 – Web Fortune Vault


Work at Home Athority promotes two different products through affiliate links and in fact they don’t own any of these products. One product is Work at Home EDU and the other one is Paid Surveys. Work at Home EDU is a classic link posting scam that doesn’t offer any real value and if you read my full review you will learn some interesting facts about this program.

In short, they use fake testimonials, fake news, promise unrealistic earnings ( $15 per link). Due to their bold claims and false promises I really doubt that they provide training, support or money back guarantee.

Another program is Paid Surveys that Michelle tries to sell you for $34.95 while in fact you don’t have to pay to get access to that program because I give you access to the list of survey companies for free.

You will find that link inside my review. I really wonder why she tries to sell you something that is available to anyone for free on the internet.


Work at Home EDU is another poor product promoted for a number of years now. It’s a copy paste clone website of another link posting crap called Online Home Careers University. They are absolutely identical and copy each other to such an extent that it really looks ridiculous and even annoying. A complete waste of energy and time.




Work at Home Institute is a clone website of two other link posting scams, such as Excel Cash Flow and Home Profit System. These two promise you $15 per link while Work at Home Institute promises $20 per link.

Of course, none of this is true. All these sites use the same methods to make you believe that you can be paid easily for posting links. The only difference of Work at Home Institute from previous two programs is that it provides training on affiliate marketing.

But the problem is that they promote affiliate marketing in the form of link posting opportunity which is totally misleading. Many people buy into this offer thinking that they can be paid for posting links only to find out that it’s just another empty promise.


Home Profit System is a clone website of another link posting scam or vice versa called Excel Cash Flow. They both promise you $379 per day from home by posting links. The bad news is that the owner of this product is unknown :-(


At Home Income Package is just another crap that promises you to make $379 per day by posting links for Google!!! Can you imagine this? Do you really believe Google needs to hire someone to post links?

They even promise that you will start making money as soon as you register your account and you will make $300 in the first week! And finally, to be able to ask for refund you must give them a valid reason. Can you imagine this? A total crap.


Home Job Institute is a copy paste of other link posting scams such as Online Profit Stream, Home Profit System, Work at Home Paycheck and especially Excel Cash Flow. Their sites, claims, promises, fake testimonials etc are almost identical.


Online Profit Stream is the same story, plus there are a lot of complaints about them on the internet and if you read my full review of this program you will be really amazed to find out how bad the program really is.


Work at Home Paycheck is another crap that promises you to get paid for posting links. There are really TOO MANY PROBLEMS with this program because they promise you to make $1000 a day from home! Though they claim that you can earn money by posting links, it’s not true.

In fact, they teach how to make money through affiliate marketing but they advertise it in a misleading way. And at the same time they offer a link posting certification course which is absolutely ridiculous, misleading and controversial.


Excel Cash Flow is another $379 a day link posting opportunity that claims that you are going to be a search engine agent for Google and Yahoo :-)


Online Home Careers University is one of the oldest link posting scams that has a lot of complaints and is shut down now.


Work at Home University is promoted under different domain names and offers a CPA course. The program uses multiple deceptive tricks and is not recommended.


Stay at Home Revenue is another links posting scam promoted by Michelle Withrow, the owner of other link posting scams.


Internet cash Income – another fake link posting certification program.


Home Internet Cash – Another program promoting a fake link posting opportunity


Web Fortune Master – Link posting scam which is in fact an affiliate and CPA course


Amanda Jones Online Income – Just a link posting scam out of many others


Web Fortune Vault – Another link posting scam. The site is taken down.


All these programs promise you easy money by claiming that you are in demand. Take a look at this warning from a trusted site and you be the judge.



Final word on link posting scams

The question is: Is it Any Real to Get Paid for Posting Links? No, It’s not possible is my short answer. There are enough arguments provided above to easily understand that all these programs is just one big waste of time and energy.

But the truth is that it’s absolutely possible to make money by posting links IF you join a legit program and know how to do it the right way.

You can make money through affiliate marketing, i.e. find a product online, write a description about your product, add your affiliate link to that product and start promoting it using legit and proven methods that you can learn from this program. This is called posting links through legit way and it’s far from a dream that these posting link scams are trying to sell you.

Yes, it takes time and effort to build a business but there is no other way to make money if you are serious about making money online the honest way and are looking for a legit and reputable program.




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My name is Rufat. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. Travis says:

    So what about Robert Robinsons work at home program??? He is a famous person that has made millions working from home so is he a scam also?? Cause he is all over the news and everything with his success doing the very something that your website says is not possible to do so.

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Travis, Of course the program you are talking about and the person involved in it is known as Robert Robinson or Bobbie Robinson. Of course his program is a waste of time. Just do some research and you will find plenty of negative reviews including mine here. You can also find an alert for Robert’s program on I don’t have any proofs that Bobbie or Robert made millions. If you think posting links is a real deal and Robert or Bobbie is a cool guy then I suggest that you try his program and then come here and share your success story with all of us. I would be happy to make changes to my review. My advice is stay away from programs that promise you thousands of dollars by posting links. A huge waste of time.

      Best regards

  2. Neil says:

    I think link building was probably an effective way to make a little money online back in the old school ways of the internet. But times have changed, and only the hard workers make real money online from their own websites.

    If posting links was that profitable today, there would be countless people working online and filling up their bank accounts. But it isn’t so!

    Affiliate Marketing sounds like a far more prosperous way, and I will definitely check out your step-by-step program instead.


    • Rufat says:

      Agree with you Neil. Times have changed and the only way to be successful online is through hard work and applying the right strategies. I think affiliate marketing is the future of internet business. Posting links is byproduct of the past.

  3. Vee says:

    Hi Rufat
    Based. On your research have u found any work from home business that is ligit if so please share
    Thaxs so much

  4. Riaz Shah says:

    Wow Rufat,
    This is quite a list you’ve compiled! Some of these programs like Online Home Careers and Excel Home are those that I’ve heard before and I wanted to join them too back them.

    I was skeptical because it sounds too good to be true and in this case it is! Link posting is very spammy and I wouldn’t advise anyone to go after it, so glad you made a whole list of the programs to avoid! Awesome work as always man, merry Christmas!

    • Rufat says:

      It’ good that you joined none of them. Many people fell for those links posting scams and thousands of people are still falling for them. I compiled this list and I hope this way it will be much easier to convince people and prove that none of these programs is worth their time, not to mention money. Fortunately, this my post is ranked on the first page Google and and every day people read it and hopefully stay away from these link scams.

  5. Michel says:

    Wow, I can’t believe scams like this are still allowed to carry on. Surely there should be a law against some of these sites.

    Thank you for your informative review. I have never tried any of these, or heard of posting links for money, but who in their right mind would pay strangers to post links. Sounds a bit off already.

    I like the chain picture – very descriptive.

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Michel. Unfortunately this is our reality and programs like ones mentioned above are still alive and as I know there is no any service or organization that can control them. I think it’s great that you haven’t heard of these link posting scams because most of them are useless and their promise to make $379 a day by posting ads and links is nothing more than nonsense. Some of these sites have been taken down and I believe the same fate awaits other sites too. Lie can’t live long.

  6. Rufat says:

    Hi Edward and good to know that you figured it out and know now how to spot scams. I agree that inexperienced people can easily fall for scams and this is exactly what we see happening every day. The best way to know that a program is a scam especially those that are mentioned in this post is to see if they make unrealistic promises and if they do it should be the first warning to stop and run from this program. Unfortunately, most people still believe that money on the internet can be made without effort and that’s why they fall victims to online scams like the ones mentioned above.

  7. Edward says:

    Hey Rufat, thanks for the heads up. You’re right, there are too many online scams out there that inexperienced online marketers can easily fall for them. I myself have been a victim before and now I stick the tried and true way of building a business – through hard work and never believe the programs that make unreal promises. Keep up the good work of educating people of these scams!

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