As mentioned at here, I am currently brainstorming a new feature at Postloop which would give our users the opportunity to exchange services outside of simple post or comment writing. We have had users ask in the past if we could add a way for people to earn Postloop points for special tasks at a forum or blog, outside of typical posting or commenting. The answer has always been no, because these things cannot be automatically tracked, are difficult to attach a number/price to, and are outside the scope of Postloop. I've thought about this some more and would like to hear your thoughts on a potential implementation. The plan would be to provide an area at Postloop that is separate from the forum and blog listings where anybody, not just site owners, can list custom jobs that they would like other Postloop users to perform. These jobs could be anything like: Article writing New threads at a forum or Guest Posts at a blog - pay writers to go above and beyond making simple replies and comments and rather give them bonuses for creating lengthy new threads, reviews, guest posts, etc. Moderator/staff duty at a website Reply to every introduction thread that is created, daily Graphic work Coding work Paid promotion (Twitter, Facebook, or Banner/Link promotion) etc. Here are my concerns, some of them significant: Dilluting the purpose of Postloop. The Postloop concept, as-is, can be confusing to a lot of people. Adding another level does not make this any better and could perhaps take focus away from "what is important" at Postloop, and that is our content exchange. A hodge podge of odd jobs that are impossible for Postloop staff to moderate. My biggest concern here is that if we opened this to any and every task, it would turn into a poor version of Fiverr or Microworkers. One way to hedge against this would be to restrict job offerings to a specific list, ie: this is only to be used for Articles, Reviews, Guests Posts, Threads, and Moderator/Staff Duties. We would not allow users to list things such as graphic or coding work, which is really what is outside the scope at Postloop. If jobs were restricted to work on a specific site, it could be listed along with the site at Postloop as opposed to being listed in a separate section or area at Postloop. Quality management. We all know that all writers are not created equal. If somebody at Postloop is seeking an article, how do they set a price when they do not know the quality that they will receive? Without creating a full-blown article writing service, this may be difficult to offer on a small scale. I have considered offering a separate section at Postloop for article writing with everything that you would expect out of one but have steered clear as not to lose focus on what Postloop is for. None of this would have any impact on how the current post and comment exchanges work. They would continue to operate as they do today. Everything would be optional, as it is today. You take on as much or as little as you want. All tasks would be paid for in Postloop points and would go to the same "pool" that you deposit into or withdraw from. Thanks in advance for your feedback!