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Exploring D.BUZZ - Quick Social Media on the HIVE Blockchain

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Written by   1035
2 weeks ago

I have to try new things, not for myself only ... but to put in the spotlights new crypto opportunities for my followers. The D.BUZZ experiment took place as a test of earnings, communication and content reach. Let's do some noise .... let's buzz high on HIVE

It was announced by the official D.Buzz account as a different type of microblogging platform! D.BUZZ  users can post to the $HIVE blockchain, with a limit of 280 characters. This platform was created to connect people and projects ... to empower posting directly to D.Buzz from Twitter after the account verification

All you have to do is verify your account on the website and use the hashtag #hive or the ticker $HIVE in the Tweet you want to re-post to the blockchain. After clicking "Tweet," that is when our techno-wizardry takes over and will re-post the Tweet to the #dbuzz community on the HIVE blockchain. Easy, Fun, and rewarding!

I didn't had to create a D.BUZZ  account, as this is part of the HIVE account. The idea of the experiment was to post only once a day, the article I will publish on HIVE, LeoFinance or Splinterlands. 

My first buzz was the begining of the social experiment. Club1BCH launched the Discord Channel received zero upvotes and zero tips! The second buzz, the Mycelic Morphoid battle challenge, performed better! This post got 5 upvotes and 0.357 HIVE tips.

The next two buzzes started to show some actions, both receiving one comment. The upvote count showed progress as well, with 14 upvotes received by the Pancake Swap post. D.BUZZ looks genuinely cool, but I will keep my posts limited to one per day. I don't want to post non-constructive stuff, and I will buzz only the daily article.

 

The story of a rug pull and the highlights of a hack did some impact. BCH Towns rug pull received 5 upvotes and 0.251 HIVE in tips, while the news of the Beanstalk hack raised half of a HIVE and 14 upvotes.

The last buzz of the experiment was similar to my first one - one upvote and 0.008 HIVE in tips! Not outstanding but I still earned a reward for a small buzz! 

Conclusion

Raised 1.86 HIVE in a week, by posting only one buzz per day. At $0.86 that means 1.60 USD. Doing a forecasting and hoping to keep at least the same level of income, I may earn approximately 7.5 HIVE in a month. Will be less than $6.50 but how many of us are tweeting their articles for free?

While waiting 7 days for the first 7 buzz posts, I posted at the same rate - one buzz per day. The reward was lower then the first week, only 0.63 HIVE. Using the 2 weeks for a forecasting, leads to only 5 HIVE per month. The new calculation means that only $4.30 could be earned with one post a day.

Is it worth it? Undecided! I like the concept and I must give credit to D.Buzz as all this is at early stages. Will I use it past the experiment or conclude the research by stopping? I will keep using D.Buzz for a while, as the post takes only few seconds. 

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I've tried it.There are a lot of bugs right now,uploading images to difficult

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1 week ago

I didn't realize I could post to D.buzz from Twitter. I'm already on Hive, so I'll check it out.

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2 weeks ago

don't forget to use the #posh and #hive tags

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2 weeks ago

Okay. What does the #posh hashtag do?

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2 weeks ago

You get shared $POSH tokens depending on the tweet impressions

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2 weeks ago

Ah! Okay. Thanks.

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1 week ago

Wow, Im really a fun of how u manage your time on different platform Pvm. You are really the man!

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2 weeks ago

They run by momentum... i don't do much

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2 weeks ago

Why don't you join in dbuzz photo challenges. You'll have a chance to win 10 HIVE 😁

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2 weeks ago

Time Jane ... don't have time...

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2 weeks ago

I like the fact that you can add titles to your Buzz post. Apart from that, the look and feel is very similar to Twitter.

Like many other bloggers, I use DBuzz to send out a short status update regarding my latest articles. The fact that that I used the same title for the Buzz as the article itself wasn't appreciated by the community however. Even though we're talking about a short Buzz and a 1200 word blogpost, they consider this a double post... So be creative with your Buzz post titles and try not to make it look like you're double posting in other people's timelines.

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2 weeks ago

Worth a try... specially when you have content to share

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2 weeks ago

Thanks for this tip, I will try it out as well, seems like an interesting addition to hive!

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2 weeks ago

looks alright!

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2 weeks ago