My Understanding Of Read.cash ( A Beginner's Guide ) Part 2
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Having answered the question on why you want to write and whom you want to write for, you should easily be able to identify the how. This refers to your writing plan, structure, style and schedule. Having identified all this, it's important to know some of the tips that will guarantee your success on this platform.
Read and Obey The Rules
Just like any other place where human interactions occur, conflict is bound to occur if there's no ground rules guiding the general conducts of members of that group. Like every such space, read.cash has its own set of rules guiding the conducts of authors on the platform. A unique feature of read.cash is that these rules are brief and unequivocally clear, leaving no room for ambiguity in interpreting them like most other platforms do. This rules and regulations ensures the sanity and safety of members of this platform from the toxicity that has become commonplace in the online space, as well as against fraudster and fraudulent activities.
There's a dedicated page for these rules and regulations. You should read them and try as much as you can not to break them, as the admin of this platform is pretty ruthless at enforcing the penalty which is usually to spam your account. There's little room for breaking the law; you break it, you get punished. Justice here is swift and full.
You should also read the article of @RandomRewarder as it contain tips on how to better grow your account here on this platform. Every article by the @RandomRewarder is geared at helping newbies with the information they require to get it right on read.cash and should be taken very seriously, as everything or most of the things you will ever need to know can be found there.
For example, according to the #RandomRewarder, an account that publish more than say three articles a day stand the risk of been considered an article factory which will lead to the account been spammed. You won't get this in the rules page, but @RandomRewarder will give to you all it's secrets. What you do with it, is yours to decide.
Interact, Interact And Interact
Majority of users on this platform are writers as much as they are readers, and like every other social setting of life, it's a give and take world. The importance of interaction can not be overemphasized. There are thousands of users on this platform publishing thousands of articles daily, so it's easy for yours to get lost in that broth. How do you prevent this? By interacting. Interacting here means reading other authors articles, upvoting and commenting on those articles that interest you. It's important that you don't just do this arbitrarily. Make sure your comments are meaningful and adds value to the authors post. This will get you noticed and people would naturally want to know who's this person. When you've started earning, you can start tipping other authors articles as well. Doing all of these will definitely get you noticed and make people come to your own blog and have a look at your own articles. Before long, you'll see the effect of your interaction.
It's not an overestimation to say, your success here will mostly be decided by how much you interact with other authors( through their articles of course). So, just to reiterate what I've said before; read, read, read and comment,,comment, comment ( meaningfully of course), upvote, upvote, upvote and lastly tip, tip, tip. Note, it's not a requirement to tip anyone, but it makes for building of relationship and networking. It's also a way of giving back to the community, to identify with it.
It's important that you are active on the platform. While you might not sew it in any rule or anywhere else, there have been reported cases of accounts been spammed after long periods of inactivity, plus it can affect your potential earnings negatively. Secondly, this platform runs on interactions and long spells of inactivity can lead to a situation where the community kind of forgets you. It will take time to restore your account to its former status if you were to leave it inactive for a long period of time or short periods of time but frequently.
This may not necessarily be an exhaustive guide, but it's what I've learned about the platform in my little time here. I stand to be corrected wherever necessary though. I hope this will help beginners find their way on this platform and for the old users, I hope you learnt a thing or two; otherwise, see it as a refresher course😂😂.
Thanks for your time guys. I wouldn't be here without you guys. I really appreciate all your support.
this is great advice for everyone. I would edit this article though to include the link for the randomrewarder article that you mention