How To Earn Bitcoin By Blogging

Love Blogging? Love Bitcoins? Well, you’re in luck! Did you know that you can earn Bitcoins by blogging? There are so many ways that you can do this either as a Freelancer or doing it as a full-time job. Did you know that a social media platform called Steemit will give you free Bitcoins by being an active user or being a quality blog creator?

And the perfect example for this is Steemit. Much like any other social media platform, Steemit users can upvote posts and comments. So how can I earn Bitcoins on Steemit? Well, the one big difference of Steemit to other social media platform is that its users can receive a monetary reward in the form of cryptocurrency token called Steem or Steem Dollars. Steem also doesn’t have any adverts like all the social media sites currently in existence.

So how exactly do you earn tokens in Steem? I’m glad you asked! If you are known to post great, original quality content on other platforms, then you’ll love it here. Once you post your blog content in Steem, users can upvote that content. And if your post gets upvoted, you are rewarded in cryptocurrency in the form of Steem tokens or Steem dollars. And it’s not just the people who post in Steem who can earn tokens. People who discover popular content in Steem are also rewarded for their scouting abilities.

And the one thing that I like about the Steem platform, is that you can see just how much you’ve already earned from just posting good, quality and original blogs which is hard to do nowadays. People who are accustomed to the current social media world that we have, don’t know how to create “quality original” blog posts. They just share other’s ideas or worse copy the idea from those content creators.

So, if you’re interested in starting an account in Steem and earn your way through this way, here are some tips that will help you get started.

  1. Pick a Niche (or a topic) – you need to choose a topic that you’re comfortable writing about. Choosing the right topic will attract readers/audiences.
  2. Ideas – You can get ideas from your audience. This way, you will be producing a content that your audience will love
  3. Interactions – You gotta love your readers! Get some feedback from them on how you can improve. What they liked or what they didn’t liked. This will build relationship and fans will appreciate when the writers take time out of their day to interact with them.
  4. Be Consistent – It’s not very professional when you blog once every six months. Stay Consistent in providing your audience what they want.

So that’s how you can start earning some cryptocurrency through blogging. If you love to write and love talking to people about what you wrote, then Steem is the perfect platform for you. Not only do you get to do what you love, which is writing, you also get paid in the means of cryptocurrencies. What do you guys think? Do you think this is a reputable way for you to earn your Bitcoins?

Tiz Gambacorta
 

Tiz managed a $750m derivatives portfolio by age 22 as an FCA-regulated trader. After being promoted the youngest Vice President in the trading division of Barclays Bank headquarters in London UK, he realized there was more to life than working for "the man". He went on to build, scale and sell five separate, six-figure a year digital publishing and education businesses. He then merged his passion for finance and for the internet by co-founding 8020Research.com - the No 1 education organization dedicated to helping people live the life they dream, desire and deserve by leveraging the Internet. After investing $150,000 into his own trading education, he became financially free by the age of 36 and is now on a mission to help 100,000 average people take back control of growing and protecting their wealth by December 31st, 2020. Having traded and served clients at the highest level on Wall Street and in the City of London during some of the worst terrorist attacks that shook the markets gives him a first-hand understanding on how to profit from rising and falling markets. His high net worth private clients regularly pay him in excess of $50,000/year for his insights.

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