Chain, chain, chain/Chain of...Readers?
The title came to mind because of the word chain and it reminds me of a line from Chain of Fools by no other than Aretha Franklin.
Why is that? I read this from Frankmart who read it from bbyblacksheep who read it from Zhyne06 who read it from Itsfarah that was initiated by Amjad_Ali_Waince.
I am not new to blogging sites since I came across bubblews, which unfortunately shut down. That was my very first blogging site after doing some PTC sites. I even joined Traffic Monsoon (I read that posted by someone I forgot who). I don't know what happened to my earnings to those PTC sites. Bubblews was a great platform, a mini blogging site that you get to earn from your posts, comments, likes, much like every other site now. Imagine earning USD100 a day or more! Some even gave up their day jobs to do that full time for their earnings from that site is much more than what they earn in a month. Unfortunately, the site was mismanaged and it eventually closed.
From there, I have joined other sites and the latest was Steemit. I gave that up and came to know about tsu/display and kiki. Gave those up too and then came across read.cash.
All these sites were introduced to me by my great friend, @Bloghound.
So, to read.
What do you know about read.cash?
This is a platform where you get to earn BCH from your articles through upvotes from other users but the bulk of the reward comes from the random rewarder or Rusty. One must be original though and follow the rules.
I must admit, I was skeptic in joining another site because I thought I couldn't manage. Yes, there are times that I can't log in but what a learning and fun experience when I can.
What do you like most about read.cash?
Like every other social sites, the interaction and of course the people. That's why it is called "social" media for we have to socialize and build a community. We get to learn from others about their life, their worries, their wins, their struggles, their pain, their sorrows, their happiness, their family, their hobbies, their wants, their dislikes and so on and so forth. You get to see personalities like those who can write just about anything, the naughty ones, the successful ones. It's a community of diversity yet we all have one common goal - it all boils down to money!
What's something I don't like in read.cash?
When I can't log in to read because of other necessary activities that leaves me no time to come to read. I used to be frustrated when I don't get rewarded but I have learned to accept the fact that earnings should come second to fun! If you take out fun out of the equation, it's just another job.
Who is the best user of read.cash according to you?
I haven't read a lot of what others have written but so far @Jane and @Eybyoung are those who come to mind. I'm sure there are other talented writers out there but as far as what I have read, these two have made the most of what they have earned here in read. Something worth emulating.
What is your best memory at read.cash?
Every day is a new memory. Sounds cliche but that's the truth. Every time I come to read there is always something to learn. There is always something to make us laugh and cry and be surprised about. There is always something to motivate us, encourage us to keep going. We come here to be entertained, to have some kind of release and at the same time escape. We come here to share and to let our minds wander and wonder.
Where did you spend your first read.cash profit?
As most of you know, we lost our home last 2020 and anything I can earn extra from this site goes straight to rebuilding our home. It's still a long time for that to be finish because other factors come into play like the health of the family and other expenses. That's why it is a great help to earn something extra.
How did read.cash bring positivity to your life?
By learning that we all our humans. We may have different walks of life but we struggle just the same. We hurt, we laugh, but we care. Through our continued support with one another especially when tragedies struck, platforms such as read paves the way to humanity. Even if we have problems ourselves, we still help each other in anyway we can. There's love shared here in this platform.
I am always grateful for read.cash.