With the addition of STEEM-ENGINE (The Steem Blockchains very own exchange) came the introduction of a very welcomed group of Steemit clone sites (more commonly referred to as TRIBES). These TRIBES award newly created tokens for content creating and curation on their sites which can be sold or traded on the Steem-Engine exchange.
Its next too impossible to keep up with all these new tribes that are popping up but some of these newly created sites have already picked up moderate to massive success and adaption among those of us who already use this blockchain.
Palnet is the first to come to mind and its token (PAL). Its directed at the broader user base of STEEM as you can use it to post about almost anything. It was created and is run by the group Peace, Abundance and Liberty.
Splintertalk is the second "TRIBE" that comes to mind when I think about these clone sites. Its a site used specifically for discussing all things Steem-Monsters / Splinterlands related. Post about anything else on the site or while using its tag and you run the risk of getting flagged.
Battle Games is one of the newest additions but is quickly picking up steem (Pun Intended) and is becoming very popular among those of us on the STEEM blockchain. This is likely because battlegames.io is a place that was created to post about gaming content which is a very hot topic on the blockchain.
BattleGames recently added a video blogging site where users can post up their video gaming content and get rewarded for it. It already has a bunch of curators on the site so chances are if you create some good gaming content while using the BATTLE tag eventually you will find yourself getting an upvote from a BATTLE whale.
There are other tribes such as neoxian.city that award the NEOXAG Token and new ones getting ready to launch such as Intrepreneur.life. Some are niche based such as Intrepreneur which is specifically meant for content discussing entrepreneurship (anything else will likely get flagged).
Of course we also have the original site Steemit and the ones that came after (Steempeak) that many still use. So with all these options I pose the question .........