Microblogging as a service

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Writing and telling stories, writing and arguing, writing and pouring out one's heart, writing and sharing knowledge, writing and while honing oneself, writing and distributing art, even writing while interacting. It has become a common thing that can be found at this time in the world of internalization. Many are successful in their application, and many are unsuccessful in fighting for their journey. And this from both parties can apply, both from the provider and the user.

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Microblogging as a service provider media that can be said to be quite large and has many kinds of monitoring systems can be said to be one of the most popping up until now from free microblogging services that can be used by everyone to try to get passive income which is in great demand, as well as providers Paid services by offering a number of existing facilities are said to be superior or different from free services.

Born from systematic marketing and media for channeling the needs of writers to the form it is today which is better known as monetizing crypto promotions in each community. The systematics actually hasn't changed much, but the ease and development have progressed quite rapidly compared to the currently paid microblogging service providers.

Indeed, if you say users, maybe microblogging based on crypto income has more dominant users. But unfortunately, all of that is not comparable to the turnover and systematic pattern of earnings expected by the community itself. Not to mention the problem of the many branches of one kind of community, the sub-communities that create their own spatial boundaries. Being a blunder will advance the main community on the progress of the main community itself.

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Each part of the pedestal must run in one sub- pedestal, while the main pedestal is the foundation so it does not work properly and correctly. So that it will be difficult to display the problem of modularization to develop rapidly as well. Investors will think just because too many are sub-institutions that are not too broad in nature, they are not financially excited for their future. The main pedestal as the foundation is only seen as a systematic circle of links. While the main thing that is carried by the word microblogging is not seen as a virtue in the main foundation.

The legitimacy of the sub-support which can be greater than the main foundation is more ogled, resulting in the narrowness of the expected freedom space in the microblogging space itself. Many close and create a new maze room that ends in a dead end. Then there will be a trace of quibble if the condition ends here.

The community should see this big problem, not ignore it if they want to progress that is getting faster with a large number of users on a microblogging service itself. The formation of unification and harmonization should start with the basic rules of sub-community being a part, not a priority. The contribution of some sub-communities has actually been carried out well and correctly, but unfortunately, some of them have forgotten their identity as sub-communities within the main community.

With problems running like this, service will be difficult for new users and global users who rely more on the word globality rather than the sub-instantiate form. Freedom will be difficult to feel the truth in the process of users feeling the success of microblogging which rests on the main foundation itself. And it is likely to slow down the expected adoption of the community itself over the course of the journey, only going to revolve around passive crypto earning rather than as expected crypto adoption in the future.

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I love the fact that you said that the sub-support is more ogled. This happens in every kind of microblogging. It is not supposed to be so. How can we stop this problem?

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