I currently have $12 on my wallet balance. But did I earn it all in a day? Is it really my payout from yesterday’s activities? Could I have made so much from a day? No! Can someone earn that much from the random rewarder? Perhaps. I don’t have evidence to confirm that.
Yes, I have $12 on my wallet balance but I didn’t earn it all in a day. In fact, I have not made any withdrawal for about two weeks. So this is my earning for almost two weeks minus the numerous upvotes I give as prices for giveaways, sponsorship amounts, and upvotes on articles I like and on newbies articles as part of my initiative to encourage newbies on here - I will probably exhaust the current balance on giveaways, sponsorship, and introductory post upvotes.
You may be earning $10 every day on read.cash. It took some time and lots of effort to get to that point. And it even takes even more to maintain that figure.
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Yesterday, I logged on to read.cash and saw lots of posts on the homepage about users showing off their payouts. Why? Perhaps to encourage other users and make them trust in the earning potential of the platform.
Your intentions may be right, but it could give the wrong ideas to some users especially the newcomers. Of course many will aspire to get such a payout and when they don’t especially after lots of efforts, it could lead to disappointment and other negative vibes. Some may turn to spam to increase their earning.
I am not against publishing your payout, so please don’t get me wrong. A Monthly payout report is okay. Weekly is still better than a daily payout post.
But the posts published daily on that is getting too much. And some of them are fake figures. Imagine a user for two days claiming to have earned more than $6 in a day. I don’t think that’s possible! Don’t you believe my words, I could be wrong.
Earning on read.cash can seem like an uphill battle. It can be particularly disheartening if you’re new to it and playing “catch up” with the older and more experienced users.
You may be baffled as to why you’re only bringing in little or maybe no money at all. To make matters worse, you see a lot of articles on the homepage of other users who are crushing it — those people who seem to effortlessly bring in $5 to $10 daily.
I remember how frustrating it was for me to find my place, build subscribers, and earn.
Blogging is writing, so the more you the blog, the better writer you are going to become, the more your popularity and engagement on your post, and the more likely you will then be able to increase your earning opportunities.
In other words, don't listen to the headlines: Study the bottom lines.
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