For years a lot of people have been spending time online. Many of those people have actually been wasting their time on social media and other sites. It seems that steemit has given us a much better option, investing our time!
For those who have been around here for a while, we have tested and proven that steemit can actually give us a return on our investment, if we are willing to invest our time here. In my recent post where I shared how amazed I was to have my steemit account be worth more than $10,000 USD, I made the following statement:
When I consider how other people in the world spend their time online, it really makes me glad to be here on steemit. After all, most of the world is either spending their tim
Today I attended a local church with my family. One of the church leaders spoke on how the church should be more active on social media aka sharing not liking the church Facebook posts.
He was mostly speaking to the older crowd (not millennials) who are still learning how to use social media platforms.
They proceeded to hand out slips of paper asking which social platforms the congregation uses, including a ranking.
Hopefully I created some extra awareness and exposure for the MOST FUCKING AWESOME SOCIAL PLATFORM ONLINE!
I think it is important to respect your elders. When I am home I like to respect my parents and it makes them happy for their kids to go to church with them. So I do so with a smile.
I do not consider myself a part of C
As a relative novice in the kitchen, its become clear to me that I lack a basic education in cooking utensil names. Who knew there was a difference between a pan, skillet and pot? My grandma is surely embarrassed 😓
Recently I've been cooking recipes from the app Mealime and I've discovered that I NEED a Sauté Pan (i.e. a deeper skillet). I'm a big fan of the meal prep concept (i.e. cook a little as possible) and my largest skillet was just not cutting it. I found myself cooking with multiple skillets, risking constant spillage onto my stove top, and inevitably spending more time cleaning than cooking!
So what did I do?.. Got on Amazon and found exactly what I needed for just under $30!
[Aluminum Nonstick 11 Inch Jumbo Cooker / Sauté Pan / Deep Frying Pan with Glass Lid - 4.6 Quart - Dishwasher Safe by Utopia Kitchen](https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00VGZ9XVA/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00VGZ9XVA&linkCode=as2&tag=curiouser09-20&linkId=ff
I work as an English teacher so my knowledge of English is decent.
Certificate of excellence
Putting this under #steemgig #steemgigs as per @surpassinggoogle initiative
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Burn debt, promote posts and shake up the Promoted section a bit.
You can find the details in this post and in previous #steam4steem posts as well. Also, feel free to ask me in the comment section.
In short, I will use 90% of the posts' reward to burn SBD by promoting steemians' posts that someone thought worthwhile to promote already.
This week's base amount per promotion is 0.335 SBD.
Thank you for supporting the network (it's me and you) with your vote! Don't forget that you can vote effectively for a whole week after the post was born. Since there is only one post per week, you can help a lot if you reblog this post (especially when it gets some days older).
You've published your latest Steemit post. You've put a lot of effort and time in it. You feel that is is just great. It deserves more exposure.
One way is to use social sharing icons at the bottom of your post.
There are many of them out there, believe me.
I will take my latest post - Steemit Photo Challenge #39 Entry - Tunnel Of Green - as an example.
Post the title, link and tags on your main Twitter profile.
Then like and retweet the post on other profiles under your control.
I'm not sure what it is but there is something wrong with promotion feature.
A lot less post are promoted and the few that are promoted don't have good visibility.
Users want their work to be seen, not to be forgotten in the sea of posts.
If you want to get famous, the obvious place to advertise is television! If Steemit ran a post requesting that people 'share this post for STEEMIT' it could act as a crowd-funder for making a large promotional campaign. So..
How about a crowdfunded television advert? Especially pointing out that money can be earned on Steemit , but not only that, to point out how much of a future investment buying STEEM really is! The fact that you can earn a place in the public eye at the same time as investing in one of the greatest ideas since sliced internet, needs to be advertised.
This idea came about as an answer to a post by @whatageek (https://steemit.com/steemit/@whatageek/how-to-get-steem-to-the-moon-we-need-a-kickstart)
I have previously posted about one of my favourite podcasts -
Middle Theory and how it would be great if we could get them on Steemit.
Well as kind of an experiment I created an account for them @middle-theory and loaded it up with a couple of hundred dollars of SP with the aim of turning it over to them if they were interested.
Well, there was a nice birthday gift for Steemit yesterday when I was listening to the latest Middle Theory podcast.
You can hear it starting at 48.34. Unfortunately I couldn't embed the show
Burn debt, promote posts and shake up the Promoted section a bit.
You can find the details in this post, in the FAQ, and in previous #steam4steem posts as well. Also, feel free to ask me in the comment section.
In short, I will use more than 90% of the posts' reward to burn SBD by promoting steemians' posts that someone thought worthwhile to promote already.
The data show how much SBD the Steem community have spent for promotion in the last time period. Note that the promotion function wasn't available on several days.
Credit for the Steemit Logo Goes to @Carlos-Cabeza
The promote button is unavailable, why and for how long, I'm curious to understand. The promoted tab is now showing all promoted posts until their final payout. A good move!
With Steemit's first birthday and the announcement that there is a new member in the Steemit Inc team, @zurvanic who from now on will handle the marketing aspect of Steemit, things are getting interesting. It's no coincidence, in my opinion, that the promote button disappeared the moment someone took over the marketing department. I'm eager to see what happens next. Also, it appears that a team of designers work to facelift the front end. Very exciting news.
Remember to promote only posts 24 hours before p
I remember Michael Jackson's Thriller being released. It was massive. The cost was huge and if I remember correctly, (I was quite young) it was the most expensive music video ever created up until that point. Jackson himself was not known for doing anything half way so when it came to the release and distribution of his music, the costs were enormous. All big acts back then were like that.
Music labels and movie production companies would spend a fortune not only creating, but promoting their products. Imagine the costs involved in the promotion of albums like 'Like a Virgin' by Madonna in 1984, U2's Zooropa tour in 92 or Terminator 2. These acts were already massive but promotion still had to take place to attract an audience to cover costs.
Think about where they would advertise. Billboards, radio stations, TV commercials, magazines and the list goes on. There would be local promoters doing the rounds in