read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 813,514.82).
You could get tips for writing articles and comments, which are paid in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency,
which can be spent on the Internet or converted to your local money.
So, you are a blogger, and you write almost every day on ReadCash and elsewhere. You must be sharing your blogs in NoiseCash and elsewhere on social media. Some people see it, read it, and clap on it. Some members of your blogging community support your blog and write comments.
What is your strategy to spread your articles/content to the members of the native platform? Say, to the ReadCash members on ReadCash, or to the NoiseCash members on NoiseCash?
How to appeal to them so that they engage with your blogs/content?
I follow a simple strategy of reciprocation on every content publishing platform.
I try to reciprocate each and every engagement of my fellow bloggers/creators.
One requires to return every bit of support from the community.
If someone clicks a "Like," you may also explore their blogs. Unfortunately, "Likes" clickers' information is hidden here. On LinkedIn and many other blogging platforms, you can see who has clicked the "Like."
If anybody writes a comment on your blog, you must reply to the comment. Fortunately, the comment writers' identities are publicly visible on ReadCash and NoiseCash.
Additionally, it is also a good gesture to upvote a token amount of tips. ReadCash and NoiseCash have customized tipping features.
It is a good practice to explore the blogs/content of the bloggers who have engaged in your blogs/content and engage with appropriate upvotes and comments.
Reciprocation may be compared with two-way communication between two persons. When one person says, the other person patiently listens and vice versa.
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I wish all members of the blogging community strive here and elsewhere.
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