I must say that I am one of the few who got more affiliates on this platform and also one of the first to onboard new users on noise. As for read, I have onboarded 220 affiliates and no idea how many on noise as I started posting about it a few days after it was launched on December 24, 2020.
When I first joined read, a few weeks after that, I started sharing my link to a certain group on Facebook. The group is meant for those who want to earn extra income online. As a member, I grabbed that opportunity to share my referral link and included my proof of payment so the admins of that group won't reject my post.
As soon as the admin approved that post, I started to receive questions. Lots of them. I even decided to delay my work on that day, so I could answer all their queries and give them an idea of what they are going to expect on read. My affiliates started to grow on that same day. However, the majority of them didn't even bother to publish at least 1 article after a week until they left for good.
Like seriously, I spent hours explaining to them one by one the do's and don'ts, and they just signed up and leave. While on noise, I shared the link on that same group and many did sign up coz they find it easy to earn there by simply making noise. But as time goes by, some of them got marked as spam because of their greed.
Onboarding people is easy. Making them stay and appreciate these platforms is a different story. So those who are saying that they make an entire village adopt BCH and make it sound like it's so easy is a LIE! Sorry, I am not convinced of their claims because I know how the majority of the Pinoys think (since those who claimed to have onboarded an entire village are from the Philippines). Anything that involves easy money is a SCAM while anything that involves a lot of effort is a WASTE OF TIME.
I'm not saying you should stop inviting more people here. However, I suggest you choose who to invite. It's better to onboard 1 person who's willing to learn and earn than invite 10 people but is not even interested at all. Trust me, no matter how much effort you put into it just to encourage them to join and stay on these platforms, if it takes too much of their time, they won't stay.
Okay, here are some of the reasons why they don't last or choose to leave these platforms:
Writing is not their thing.
Blogging is time-consuming.
They're not confident with their English.
They are impatient coz the bot seems not to care after several posts.
They don't get tips from the other users.
They get envious of seeing others' earning well while they don't get any.
They prefer something much easier. Doing captcha, for instance.
Even those who are good at writing with excellent English would give up right away when they find it worthless of their time. This usually happens when they don't get tips from the bot. They feel demotivated and choose to let go after a few tries.
Now, my advice for those who have just started or have been around on this platform but are still struggling:
Write from the heart.
Don't copy other's styles not unless you know these kinds of stuff.
Don't pretend to be someone you're not.
Avoid being envious and focus on building your name.
Read and learn from others.
Interact more often but not to the point that you spam the platform.
Give credits to others if you got your idea from them.
Do not over-tagged users, especially the Top Generous Tippers, just to get their attention.
If you don't like certain users, either you report them if they are violating any of the rules or block them if it's too personal.
Avoid name-shaming by writing an entire article and tagging them.
Be patient for the bot's visit.
Do not plagiarize. Trust me, you wouldn't want to be the next infamous here.
Take everything slow. Life is not a race. Take as much time to learn and absorb everything you've read here.
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Lastly, enjoy writing.
Some people tend to do some shortcuts, as what @Eybyoung once mentioned in one of her articles. They tend to copy others' by writing topics they barely understood. The more you try harder to be someone else, the harder it gets for you to keep up or be known for who you really are as a writer. So if you're new, chill and write from the heart. Eventually, you'll have more topics and ideas to share.
Despite being the easiest and simplest way to earn BCH, some people give up in just a snap. Some of the reasons are:
Nobody hearts their noise posts.
Their hearts have no value.
They spent so much time and still not earning BCH.
Not earning despite having hundreds to thousands of subscribers.
The problem with some noisers is that whenever they experienced one of these issues, they would complain first rather than evaluate themselves. Instead of making a fuss, the best thing to do is check your account. Are your posts meaningful, informative, helpful, or original to be considered worthy of the heart-tips? How often do you post in a day? Did you spam the platform by posting every 10 minutes? Or are you more on posting and less interacting?
If your answers are all YES, then maybe it's about time to change this habit. Level up, my friend! Level up! With that being said, you need to follow these tips below. I'm not saying I'm an expert, but for someone who has lost heart-tips 5-6 times, I believe I am more than qualified to give you advice about this matter. If still in doubt about my credibility, well, check other's posts and compare them to yours.
Anyway, if you're experiencing those issues I've mentioned above, here are a few things you need to do:
Avoid posting nonsense. When we say nonsense, 1-3 words per caption, copied other's posts and use it as your own, or using a photo without adding credits to the owner and added a caption like it was theirs. In short, a no-brainer post is a big NO-NO!
Only write relevant comments. I've seen many who comment nonsense. I bet you've also encountered this many times lately. These are the people who write out-of-this-world comments without even reading the posts. They just leave their nonsenses everywhere on the platform just for the sake of commenting.
Be friendly. How hard could it be for you to make friends with others? Just because you're an introvert doesn't mean you have to stay that way on a platform like this. Noise is a platform that requires interaction. If you don't, then why bother to sign up if you don't want to make an effort to interact?
Follow the rules. If the talking head says, don't do this, then don't do this. Listen and always follow their rules coz those are their conditions if you want to earn BCH. If by any chance, you don't agree with any of their rules, and you feel like they are too strict, then I suggest you leave and find something else that lets you do anything as you please.
Stop complaining about your earnings. A lot of users would comment on the talking head's posts and complain as to why they stopped earning anything. Well, as I've said, evaluate yourself. If you choose to complain with the admin about stuff like this, then trust me, you might lose the chance to earn BCH forever.
Enjoy the platform. If you focus on earning instead of having fun, chances are, you'd end up feeling demotivated. Why? Because you are expecting so much from that platform and when those expectations didn't meet up, then disappointment follows. So instead of focusing on the earning part, just try to enjoy and make new friends. Trust me, the best thing is yet to come for you.
So as I was saying, if you want to invite random people here, be sure to choose who to invite. Be sure, these are the kind of people who are willing to endure the pain, before they could gain. Don't aim for the numbers. Keep in mind that the number of affiliates will always be useless if they choose to leave their accounts. I know coz out of 220 affiliates that I have here, only 43 were earned and just a few survived.
The reason why I come up to write this article is that there are some noisers who would ask me how I earn big on both platforms while they don't despite being active. They want to know the secret, so here it is. Actually, this is not even a secret as many of us are doing this, but I hope this will still help them figure out what to do next to their accounts.
I brought in 2 affliates yesterday on noise.cash and I was so excited. I want them also to appreciate how wonderful these platforms are. Bit it seems I failed. I agree getting them on board is easy, them being active is another story. I dont know what to do next.