Five Tips That Help Me Grow My Account on Steemit/Hive


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Hello Everyone, I can guess you are having a great time with your gadget scrolling through your post feed and I'm very happy you actually decided to read my blog post today.. Thank you for the lovely visit 😊.

Today I'll be sharing with you some great tips that has really helped me a lot when it comes to growing my account on Steemit/Hive. This post will be of great advantage for the newbies who also wishes to grow their account very fast or users who has been on the platform for quite some period of time and they seems to be stagnant or static on the platform instead of growing.

I could remember when I joined Steemit back then probably around the last two years, I've always been fed up and disturbed about how the platform works. Sometimes I would notice some users growing their reputation very fast with cool upvotes and payout which actually made me began to be more curious about how the platform works. I could remember how frustrating the platform was to me when I first joined back then because I was always hoping to grow my account and possibly to start earning some cool payout but everything actually turned out to be futile.

As a newbie back then, most of people will always have the mentality of giving up since the platform seems to be very difficult for minnows like us who doesn't have much influence on the platform unlike the whales buy guess what, only a determined and a patient person would keep enduring those unfavorable situation or conditions and this was why some users quitted the platform back then because they couldn't just cope with the situation, they were all claiming it's very difficult.

Are you also thinking the platform is very difficult and unfair to you? Are you also finding it very difficult growing your account on Steemit/Hive? Are you finding it difficult earning your required and desired reward or upvotes after creating good content on the platform? If you actually fall into this category, then these great tips are for you and if you don't fall into such category, it's advisable you also some of the tips which has really helped you grow more on the platform.

Grab some pop corn and take your time to read along as I share you the five tips that really helped me grow my account on Steemit/Hive

#1 CREATING QUALITY AND VALUABLE CONTENT

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There's actually a difference between you just writing for writing sake and and writing to get the attention of your audience by sharing valuable and quality content on the platform. I've actually been a content creator for the past few years and I got to notice that the more you write, the more you become more better at writing. This is actually one of the reasons it sometimes takes me some amount of time to come up with content because I always consider some important factors which has to do with the level of value or benefit the content will render to my followers or anyone reading it.

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It's very important we understand the concept of content creation on both Steemit and Hive because content isn't necessarily meant to be in writing form (text), but it can also be in video form and any other form but just ensure that whatever you are sharing to the masses is of high valuable and quality standards. This also implies that you should also avoid plagiarism at all cost and share contents on a niche you very good at unlike you imitating other users.

In summary, start creating valuable content with high quality and watch how your account start growing. Most users will want to follow you (increase in followers) because they won't want to miss your next posts and most users will also support you (increase in upvote) as a reward because they won't want you to stop such good practices.

#2 ENGAGEMENT/INTERACTION

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I could still remember my experience as a newbie asking some top earners and experienced users about how the platform works. The answer I got from most of them was "Engagement is the key". Engagement can be done in different forms but the best form of engagement here is through commenting.

Apart from the fact that commenting helps you to increase your level of interaction with other users, you can also earn some cool and free upvotes just by commenting alone. Commenting is also a great tool that helps you increase your number of followers automatically on the platform and it also helps you earn more support on your post. Never underestimate the power of engagement on both Steemit and Hive.

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In summary and conclusion, the more you engage with other people, the more you grow your account with the help of other people.

#3 BE PART OF A COMMUNITY

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I think one factor that actually limited my level of upvote (post payout) back then as a newbie was my inability to be join a community back then. There are various communities on both chains and they are always ready to support their community members.

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I am fortunate to be among @project.hope community being managed by @crypto.piotr and his team. I can tell you that this community actually brought out the best in me and I have never regretted being a part of @project.hope. Every community members get rewarded for the quality contents they share on the platform.

In summary and conclusion, if you haven't joined any community today I suggest you try joining great communities that will appreciate your effort on the platform. Being a part of a community is a very easy task to do and a very effective and fastest way to grow your account, so don't hesitate to join a good community today.

#4 CONSISTENCY

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Hmmm.... As a an individual with very little Steem Power(SP) or Hive Power (HP) who wishes to grow his or her account, it's advisable you need to develop the habit of consistency and patience. If not for the level of consistency and patience most of us had back then, we would also have quited the platform despite the difficulties and challenges we encountered back then.

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This simply implies that if you really want to grow your account, you need to be consistent with what you do here.

If earning and gaining more followers works for you via the use of DApps, you definitely need to keep being consistent with what you do. Also if posting via a community works for you, keep doing it. If tagging and making use of some special tags works for you, keep using them. Always be consistent with what works for you.

In summary and conclusion, consistency is a major key that keeps you growing here. The more consistent you are, the more chances of you growing your account.

#5 ADD YOURS

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It's time we also hear your opinion about the special tips that helped you grew your Steemit/Hive account. Your tip might be extremely different from mine because sometimes in life what works for me may not actually work for you and what works for you may not actually work for me. Let's hear from you and let others also learn from your point of view.

Thanks for your time and I hope you all have a great day ahead with love from @hardaeborla

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Comments 20


These types of publications are important, because many users are currently joining them. And they are quite lost, and without advice it is difficult to move forward.
You touch on important points, I like that at the end of letting the users put some recommendation.
I can say that it is important to know the rules of each community of this platform in general, what can be done and what can't be done. Because there are flaws that weigh down over time.
Create a unique style, something that differentiates you, be original. It is necessary.

08.07.2020 01:08
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These types of publications are important, because many users are currently joining them. And they are quite lost, and without advice it is difficult to move forward.

This was exactly one of the reasons I came up with such content.

I can say that it is important to know the rules of each community of this platform in general, what can be done and what can't be done. Because there are flaws that weigh down over time.
Create a unique style, something that differentiates you, be original. It is necessary.

Wow! These are indeed great tips that can really help everyone grow more on the platform. Always be original and obeying the rules of the community you belong are really one of the best practices one can ever develop.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla
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08.07.2020 05:59
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Great write-up.

I think #5 should be "invest in projects you believe in."

Find a project and give them your time, money or attention. Advertise them, help them spread their word.

08.07.2020 02:27
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Yeah! I strongly agree with your point here about investing in the project you believe in and always support such great projects no matter what.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla
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08.07.2020 06:02
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Thanks for sharing this tips I'm really encourage.

08.07.2020 05:15
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I'm glad you are encouraged 😊.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla
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08.07.2020 06:02
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Whosoever came up with the idea of community really did a good idea, different groups of people with similar ideas will be able to reward themselves rather than swinging in a large ocean and looking for directions.

08.07.2020 08:27
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Community is indeed one of the best strategy that can be used to support it's members provided they add more values to the community through the type of content they share.

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla
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08.07.2020 08:43
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very useful tips for new and who already have time on these networks, I can personally say that being part of a community is very important, and it helps a lot at least it has served me because it always doubts are clarified and everyone's concerns are discussed.

08.07.2020 15:22
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Wow! I'm very glad you found this helpful and it's really important you are a part of a community due to the great benefits and impact involved.

Thanks for your lovely comment

08.07.2020 21:26
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It is great to notice growth with your account, this publication will certainly help new users that need guidance and I will also reblog and use it as one of my top three reviews so that more people can read about it.

09.07.2020 16:16
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Thanks for your lovely support and I'm so happy you found it helpful for you to decide to make it one of your best post for top reviews 😊

Thanks for your lovely comment with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great day ahead
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09.07.2020 18:33
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Have a great day too buddy.

09.07.2020 18:46
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Content first. After all that's the value metric.

Engagement to make connections and friends.

Stay consistent absolutely. Crypto requires perseverance.

Community. Now this is something that is really important but seems to be overly trending crypto. I mean that in the sense of how it's used as a keyword or business term. Just something to watch out for because when we say communities we often refer to something that is managed and something that might resemble more of a company structure.

Now, as for opinion. You put it last. And to be successful on steemit I would agree with you. It's important to have but putting it first my staunch your growth. That said, it's my belief that crypto is more about opinion than content. Content still important but there's so much flowing out of traditional systems that crypto should be more about organizing content than producing it. Unfortunately, we do not have the tools for this yet. The monetary aspects and gaming applications of crypto will certainly bring this about.

09.07.2020 23:16
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Community. Now this is something that is really important BUT seems to be much too overly trendy in crypto. I mean that in the sense of how it's used as a keyword or business term (even in non-crypto spaces). Just something to watch out for because when we say communities we often really refer to something that is managed and something that might resemble more of a company structure.

I like your point of view buddy :)

10.07.2020 15:06
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Unfortunately, we do not have the tools for this yet. The monetary aspects and gaming applications of crypto will certainly bring this about.

This is really so sad though 😑☹ī¸

You really inspired something here. I'll remember you if anything comes of it. Please do the same if I have sparked something in you. Good foundational post.

Thanks for your lovely comment and I'm really glad you found this helpful. Thanks again with love from @hardaeborla 💕💖❤ī¸

12.07.2020 09:14
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Hi @hardaeborla

Another interesting publication, absolutely worth reading. Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Resteemed and upvoted already.

Thank you for the lovely visit
you welcome :)

I absolutely agree, that one need to be "determined and a patient person" to even think of achieving success on Steemit. After all learning curver on this platform is really long and not easy.

2 ENGAGEMENT/INTERACTION

It's crutial to actually focus on engaging with people which are worth our time. After all consuming content and dropping valuable comment takes time = our resource. So it's important to know who we want to give our time to. Best if those are users who proved to be active (check their comment section) and who share similar interests.
No point in wasting time on engaging with someone, who didn't write any comment in a week or month.

I am fortunate to be among @project.hope community being managed by @crypto.piotr and his team. I can tell you that this community actually brought out the best in me and I have never regretted being

I'm blushing! so sweet :)

Have a great weekend buddy,
Yours, Piotr

10.07.2020 09:12
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It's crutial to actually focus on engaging with people which are worth our time. After all consuming content and dropping valuable comment takes time = our resource. So it's important to know who we want to give our time to. Best if those are users who proved to be active (check their comment section) and who share similar interests.
No point in wasting time on engaging with someone, who didn't write any comment in a week or month.

Wow! It's just like you've actually read my mind. I really agree with your points here and I must say I've learnt a lot from your lovely comment.

Thanks for your lovely comment @crypto.piotr with love from @hardaeborla 💕💖❤ī¸đŸ’•đŸ’–đŸ’–đŸ’•

11.07.2020 02:33
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Hello friend, great post.

A great experience that you share, as time passes I realize how difficult the beginning was for us, those who only have our ideas to share, that is, those who do not have the possibility of growing their account with investment .

As divces, the commitment is fundamental in all this, relating, joining a community, avoiding plagiarism and constantly improving the way of writing or presenting our work helps us a lot.

11.07.2020 00:40
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Wow! It's really great to know you've once experienced some of the things I experienced back then on Steemit and I'm glad we all made it through the tough times.

Thanks for your lovely and thanks for the great tips also with love from @hardaeborla 💕💖❤ī¸đŸ’•

11.07.2020 02:36
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