Earn Steem for Finding an Undervalued Steemit Post and Submitting to Curie!

in curation •  10 months ago

What is the very best way on Steemit to earn hundreds of dollars from getting an undervalued post upvoted?

I'll show you what I found right here in this post.

This is the "Curie" guild on Streemian.com.

Read this post or watch the original video from YouTube to learn more!

Thank you very much to @gmichelbkk for converting the transcription of the YouTube video from GoTranscript into this beautiful post for Steemit, which is much faster to read than the video and has all of the highlights in screenshots!

Earn Steem for finding an undervalued Steemit post and submitting to Curie!

I'll show you exactly how this works and I'll show you what others have been doing that have been using this before you.

Here's a new post, a "Cajun Chicken Gumbo" post.

I'll go take a look at this with you.

This post earned less than $2 when it was submitted. If you scroll down here, you'll notice that in just less than an hour, it's earned over $200 by being upvoted by the members of the guild.

So how does this work and how can you get your post included?

Also, how can you make 10 Steem just by finding a post that gets approved?

Yes, there's a finder's fee offered by @curie.

You don't even need to author the post, but just find a really good post like the one below and submit it. This "Short Story about Game Addiction" has now got upvoted for almost $400.

If you would've found this post, upvoted it and submitted it on behalf of the author, you could've earned 10 Steem, and you can do this over and over again. In fact, there are a few people who earn a ton of Steem doing this.

What you'll notice here is an author on Steemit who is consistently getting less than a dollar or hardly anything on their posts, and yet they're trying, they're doing a great job and writing lots of posts.

Now, here's a post right here that was submitted over, and now it's earned almost $400.

This is an awesome project, which is why I'm explaining it here.

You get to be included by doing a proposed post.

This is on streemian.com, and it's under the "Guilds" service.

You need to have a Streemian account first, then you go to the "Services" menu and over to "Guilds."

Then, you click on "Curie."

It's under "Propose Post."

If you go to the actual @curie profile, you can get to this directly.

What's important is to submit a post within the terms and conditions they offer because they're not looking to just upvote crap and have someone self-promote a whole bunch of their posts in there, and try to earn money on their own posts with a bunch of upvotes.

This is a project that helps underpaid authors to make a good earning, which is supported by hundreds of voters on Steemit.

It's a very simple submission. You submit the URL of the post and you put a comment, and then you hit "I'm not a robot" and click "Propose."

If your post is approved, you will receive 10 Steem per post. That means if you find 5 approved post every day, you could earn over a hundred dollars. The key thing is that you get an approval rating. If you submit posts that are rejected, you get a lower approval rating, and the more posts you submit that they reject, the more difficult it will be to get any of your posts published.

The way to go about this is to do a really good job and submit the absolute best posts that meet their exact conditions, which I'm about to show you. Then you can earn 10 Steem just for putting this in there.

I will continue by explaining exactly how all of this works. Everything's transparent, there's no guess work, there's no, "How did they make money?"

I'll show you everything.

The guidelines are posted in the #Curie channel in steemit.chat.

So you go in to the steemit.chat and you go to the Curie channel. You may need to check the guidelines to make sure that whatever I've shared with you is new depending on how far away you are from July 2017.

Here are some important conditions.

Number one, it's for "new and verified authors only." That means you should've already made several posts. You should've verified by posting a picture with Steemit on your social media accounts. You need to already be doing a good job and already writing things on Steemit. This means, not someone's introductory post, and I would say as a general rule, that you don't want to submit a whole bunch of your own content either.

Note that a new author includes "52 Reputation and below." So this is for newer authors that are hoping, through this project, to get several hundred dollars to motivate them to keep going often when they've earned almost nothing. The lower the reputation, the more likely they are to be voted.

This means I am not eligible to submit any of my posts nor any of my posts are eligible to be accepted because my reputation, thanks to all of your upvotes, is 65. That means no top authors or no established authors are welcome to join this. This is for newer authors to get them upvoted.

Number two, "Posts must be more than 150 minutes old." That means about three hours, but "less than 24 hours old," and new posts "with a maximum of $2 pending payout."

This post was posted 19 hours ago and has earned $208. That means this post, before being submitted to this project, had under $2 in pending payments. Submitting it through the "Curie Guild" on Streemian, allowed for over $200 in upvotes, giving this post a great chance to make it on the trending page and to build even more followers.

If we take a look at the author, you can see this is the exact kind of author they're hoping to promote. I would guess they are great posts, but most of them are not earning that much.

Then this newest post, through submission in the "Curie Guild" is earning hundreds of dollars. The point of this guild is to help the top curators help out.

There's a very clear reason for this financially, which I'll show, but these are the basic conditions here.

It needs to be a new post, but not older than 24 hours. So it can't be a post that was just made 3 seconds ago, and it needs to be over two and a half hours old with a maximum of 24. This needs to be a fresh post, but not brand new with a maximum of $2 pending payout.

Then here's another one: A single author may be upvoted only once in two days or twice a week.

The more upvotes you get from being an author on here, the more your reputation is likely to go above 52 pretty quickly, so you won't be able to keep doing this.

If I look at Janie, I would guess the upvotes on this post got her above 52, and that she was below 52 before this. So she's no longer eligible to have her post submitted now.

What you'll notice is that these posts tend to get upvoted so much that the reputation score on most of the authors then is starting to go 52 or higher.

That means this is not going to get you as an author more than one or two, maybe three upvotes because the weight of those upvotes will carry you out of eligibility, which is lower than 52 reputation or under. That means you're not likely to even get more than two or three of these anyway.

The idea is this is a really good opportunity if you like to read on Steemit. You can keep submitting over and over, and get that finder's fee for 10 Steem, which is really good. You're not looking to just go submit 20 of your own posts that you've made within the last 24 hours, because then you're going to get at least 18 of them rejected. You can only get upvoted once every two days or twice a week.

You don't want to submit 15 posts from one author, especially not yourself, because then, you probably are unlikely to get any more posts upvoted in the near future.

This is a big one, "only original content, things that appear first on Steemit."

So not a post with just a video on it, not a post that someone copied from their blog that they posted three months ago and they're putting it up on Steemit, but something that's brand new and posted specifically for Steemit. This is one, I imagine, that the reviewer needs to go through and do a good job with.

I would guess if you want to make sure your post doesn't get rejected, just go through the article and grab something from the article, maybe a sentence, google that sentence with quotes, and if that exact sentence is on another website, then that means it's not original. You could try it with another sentence for confirmation.

Often copied posts will tend to have exact phrases from other posts. So you can easily check before you submit by copying a few lines, specific sentences are often good, and help avoid submitting something that's not original content. A reviewer is likely to put it through a full copy-write scanner where you can see how original the article is from there. So at least taking a quick minute to google it if not doing the same thing yourself before submitting is a good idea.

Now, number five, this eliminates most of my posts, assuming I had a reputation for it. "No Steemit related posts," that means if you made some posts about something on Steemit like this post, which was transcribed from the video and edited, then this would not be eligible, and all other things aside because it's a post about Steemit.

So "No Steemit posts, no photography, travel, religious, introduceyourself or political post."

The bottom line is that they want posts which are acceptable for the community and add the most value to Steemit.com. In other words, posts that will bring a wide variety of people to Steemit. There're already established categories like travel, photography and things about Steemit, and introduceyourself, that have a lot of existing posts.

Then the upvoters don't want things that are controversial like political or religious posts, and the photography posts often just have pictures, they want some texts posts. None of these categories should be submitted.

Finally, you've got "English posts only" and these submission limits.

CS means the curation score, I believe, and then AR, the average review. If you have a low curation score, then you can only make a very limited amount of submissions. I'm not sure how the curation score is calculated, but you might just start off with one to two things that meet all these conditions and see what happens, see if you get that finder's fee, and see if your post is approved, and then try it again.

The better you get, the more submissions you can do. You can do 5 to 15 submissions if you get a higher curation score.

You can have unlimited submissions if your average review, which I believe is the AR, is above 85%. That means if the majority of the things you submit are approved.

Therefore you want to make sure that you submit things that are able to be approved because you could then do unlimited submissions with a high enough curation score.

These guidelines are available on steemit.chat, under the #Curie.

How does all of this work?

I've shown you the terms and conditions, and now what will make sense to explain to you is how everyone gets paid.

How do the people involved make money? How are they able to do this? This was one of my first questions, how can they do this?

They're able to do this because upvoting posts that meet these guidelines provide a lot of curation rewards.

How much?

Way more than I'm getting.

Here's the Steem Power for the @curie account.

The basic thing that happens, I believe, is that @curie upvotes all the approved posts, and then all or some of the guild members auto upvote the posts that @curie auto upvotes. I believe that's how the backend works or something like that.

When this post went live 48 minutes ago, what happened is that @curie, when this is approved, either whoever's the initiator, whoever is the first one to vote on it, Curie or whoever's the lead voted on it, then all of the followers in the guild automatically upvote it after that.

So that means once you're approved, you automatically are likely to get a bunch of votes, and then it's possible that there are manual votes by some curators who just go through once a day and double check the approved posts and do their own voting.

Some of these other posts have different amounts of votes and therefore it's possible that some of the curators go through a manual lead vote, while others do it automatically.

You can count on a lot of votes by getting a post approved in here and that's how all of this is paid for.

You might ask, how is that finder's fee paid for?

10 Steem to get a post approved, when there's something like 20 posts a day, that's like 300 Steem a day.

You can see who is actually getting the finder's fees paid if you look in the wallet history on @curie. You can see all these finder's fees actually getting paid out, tons of finder's fees, getting paid out.

There are also reviewers' fees and operations' fees being paid out. Liberosist here earned a bunch of finder's fees. You'll see that a few people are earning a lot of finder's fees for submitting these different articles, and then many people got one article approved. This is giving people who just find one good article, a good amount of Steem, and then those who are willing to work more on it to find lots of Steem that way.

So how was all this paid for?

Well, the Curie account has about $300,000 worth of Steem Power and liquid Steem. Most of it is in Steem Power.

Every time you upvote a post there's a significant percentage that will go to the actual upvoters. So if I look at this payout, which is $879, what I actually got is $720 for making the post. Meanwhile, the people who voted this post up earned $159 off of it. This is where the money is created.

The same thing for this post: total payout $964, what I got is $798, and what the upvoters got is $166.

What I will do now is show you the difference. How this makes money?

We've covered the wallet, the Curie wallet has 180,000 Steem in it, and I have about 41,000 Steem.

So if we calculate 180÷41, the Curie wallet has about four and a half times as much Steem Power as I do in my wallet.

Well, how is that translating to rewards?

Let's see the curation rewards.

On the curation rewards, the Curie account has earned 1,209 Steem Power in the last week.

Meanwhile, I have earned 47 Steem Power.

Let's do the math on that.

I had 4.39 times as much Steem Power and with linear rewards, my Steem Power is directly related to my ability to earn curation rewards. The only difference is what I vote on.

So 1,209÷47 = 25

The 1,209 Steem Power earned by Curie divided by mine, which is 47, equals 25. The Curie account actually's earned 25 times as much Steem Power as me.

Therefore, if we divide 25 by 4.39 (25÷4.39 = 5.85), the Curie account is almost six times better than me at upvoting.

That means the posts the Curie account upvotes are posts that are enjoyed and upvoted by the community. This is possible because currently there's a square-root curvature for the curation rewards, meaning that if you were the first to upvote a post that's in the very small amount and you're the first to drop a big upvote on that post or one of the first to upvote it, you get paid more proportionately than the following upvoters.

This means you can earn the most by being the first to vote on something that's really good, which makes logical sense, right?

You want to reward the people who find the very best posts and upvote them first because that helps more people upvote them. The more people upvote them then, the more you earn. That's why it's easier to snowball as an author once you are in the habit to post essentially. Once people expect your post to earn, your post becomes very lucrative to vote on because if you hit my post with a vote when it's at a dollar or two, when you hit my post with a vote early on, you've got a good chance at earning a good amount of the curation reward, whereas, the things I've been voting on have hardly earned me anything.

Meanwhile, if you do like I've been doing, I've mostly been voting on things that haven't earned very much. Therefore, when I vote on something that doesn't earn that much, I don't get that much back. That's why the Curie account is currently earning six times as much per vote essentially as I am. That means when I vote on something and they vote on something, assuming we had the exact same Steem Power, I'd get one Steem Power and the Curie account will get six Steem Power.

That's the difference between great upvoting and just normal upvoting essentially, or a lot of my votes have been just upvoting comments, upvoting posts that no one else has voted.

All of these posts that are upvoted have a chance to go trending on Streemian, and if they go trending, they're likely to get more and more votes. That's how all these is paid for.

The Curie account earned 1,209 Steem Power in the last week and it then uses the Steem Power to then pay out the finder's fees. You can see that the Curie account can clearly afford to send out Steem Power payments. With earning 1,209 Steem Power in a week, the Curie account can afford to pay out 1,209 Steem Power out to all the curators, all the finder's fees, and essentially still comes out ahead. The Curie account can afford to pay out almost a hundred finder's fees and it still breaks even especially when you include an update from author rewards.

So the Curie account is outstanding and the community that supports Curie is helping us find the most undervalued authors and get good upvotes on them, and then everyone who participates is able to earn more Steem Power.

What the rewards are telling me is that I'm not doing that great of a job upvoting. My rewards are probably less than average for curation, while the Curie rewards are probably significantly above average.

So I'm hoping to get a system down myself to start doing some more effective upvoting. I've noticed that I seem to just almost be wasting my time with my upvotes in the sense that I pick things that aren't worth upvoting sometimes just because it's my friend, I know the person or I want to thank them.

Meanwhile, other things that are good, I don't vote on them first or I don't see them. Upvoting is very challenging. So I'm looking to get some more help with my own upvoting. I might make my own guild as well because right now the Curie guild is the only guild on Streemian that's active.

The Steem guild doesn't seem to be doing anything right now. The Curie guild is the only one that is active. They're upvoting posts every single day to help new authors. They've got an outstanding system to do it to help new authors get funded, which is why I've explained everything about it today because I want you to have the very best chance for the work you do to be compensated.

I hope that in explaining every bit of how all of this works as best I can see it from the exact terms and conditions, to the submission process and to exactly how the money is made, that you will be able to get paid for submitting these hidden gems to the Curie account.

You can go to Curiesteem.com, which takes you straight to the guild page on Streemian, and then use the Propose Post form for your submission.

Thank you very much for reading this post.

I love you, you're awesome. I appreciate the chance to share what I hope is very helpful for you.

If you found this post helpful on Steemit, would you please upvote it and follow me because you will then be able to see more posts like this in your home feed?


Jerry Banfield

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Curie no longer accept new curators and thus authors can't submit own post but can suggest to curators who accept proposal. Check @locikll latest post.


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Hey jerry, I think you need to edit your post, from curie steemitchat channel, "If you are new to Curie, you have 2 submissions per week. Make sure to submit only exceptional posts because one disapproved submission means you won't be able to continue proposing. If you have already been submitting, then you can find your score in the weekly update on Monday."


Your comment I hope will help this to be known because it is at the top now!


one disapproved submission means you won't be able to continue proposing.

Oh my!... But what if exceptional is such a subjective term... :( Curie has made things more diffifult now.


thanks for the information. when do you get to submit more than 2? thanks


That is a useful input , thank you @orionsbelt

good informative post. this feature of steemit is going to be a good one i think. can you plz tell me how much time it take to make a post like this. And you are making this community better my friend. I have seen your videos in Facebook and youtube. And i can guess the amount of hardwork you do to introduce new members to this platform.I hope you keep rocking in steemit as always........


About two hours of research and hour to make the video and upload it. Then $50 to $100 to get the transcript and pay for editing and conversion to a post. Finally 5 to 30 minutes for me to review the post again and submit!


GREAT question rejakul!! That is something I was wondering myself - Super glad you asked this :) Happy Friday. SUNSHINE247

This is great for someone that is just starting out.... KEEP STEEMING FAMILY:)

You just keep introducing me to new great steem-related features!

Thank you Jerry!


Good luck warjar with finding the gold nuggets with in Steemit!!!!

Thanks for letting me know about this! From now I'll be on the lookout for quality posts which went under the radar.


You're welcome!


jerry is oxygen of steem it doing a great job

Thats it , From now on, i will be paying more attention to the new section , yeah sometime you trully find good posts there hidden in all the spam and low effort content

I been resteeming some of those myself , but i was wondering if i could do more for the authors to reach more steem users , and you just gave me the way to do so

So , i will be contributing some to curie soon.

Thanks to streemian team for their work .


Perfect thank you for helping us!

This was very helpful @jerrybanfield thank you so much for posting. Also, I watched your video on this and I was a bit unsure how it worked. But now after read and re-watching I think I understand! Thank you so much for posting this!

Wow @jerrybanfield what a great way to help not only the new writers..like myself...I have been trying hard sharing some of my stories and ironically the one I was most proud of "The first Time" made the least ...I felt heartbroken..but I'm working on another.....I'm not complaining for only being on steemit for 27 days I have 700 followers and a small amount of steam....but it's also helping spread the wealth around to everybody upvoting as well...I am inable to send my post to curie because it's a couple days old but I will be on the lookout to help others....I often post some of my followers undervalued posts on discord or resteem to help :) which I will be resteeming this as well hopefully to bring more awareness :) :) thanks again...Kayleigh

@jerrybanfield you have two choices.

  1. You are offered 1 million US dollars in cash but you will no longer be allowed to use Steemit.
  2. You are offered 50 000 Steem dollars and you are allowed to use the platform for aslong as you want.

What would you do?


i would take steem dollars ,cos here i can earn for life and i enjoy being at steemit.. also my steem dollars will be worth much more than 1 million in future..uffs that was meant for jerry , but i replied.. sorry but will keep it if you dont mind


I value all feedback, i am just trying to see how serious people are about steemit. @cryptodreamer1


Based off the amount of his own money that he invested in Steemit when he first started, I'mma go out on a limb and say he'd take the SBD lol


Option 2 because this is already my reality!


So you saying, sell the house, the cars and cash in life policies and invest it in steem? :D

Awesome post as always Jerry. Had to scroll down to comment. Back to reading your top notch post now!


See lot's of peeps appreciate your posts Jerry. Keep it up! :)


Thank you frost!


Glad you appreciate it bro. You got me into Steem and for that I'm very thankful. Let me know how we can vote for you as witness. You deserve it!


Top notch posts they are :)


Good job Jerry! Your posts becoming is better and better. Very important info to help newbies.

hi Jerry, they asking for the "private active key". what do say about this?


Check permissions in your wallet to find it!

You're just amazing Jerry. I've been following you for a really long time. And I know that you're the guy who have taught me a million things on internet. I just hop you stay happy alive and healthy. And I keep on seeing you smiling the way you're smiling now.
Even if I don't get any upvotes on this comment, it doesn't matter because it's not for the upvotes at all.
THANK YOU SO MUCH @jerrybanfield

This is really a great way to earn steem and power it up..thanks @jerrybanfield for giving us details on this. Very helpful


Wow, thanks @jerrybanfield I'm going to sign up right now.

Upvoted as always :)
I just released some big news so if anyone could resteem and upvote that would mean the world to me

Jerry thank you for this post. This is a major piece of learning I will be spending some time on.

Thanks again :)

Thank you for this wonderful information, this will really help most new people that are discouraged of writing content because of low upvote, it will equally encourage people to go to other peoples blog to read content. Weldon.

If anyone wants to propose my last blog, feel free to do so!


I'll propose yours look at my latest please

This sounds too good to be true... but I can't see anything to suggest it's a scam! Totally awesome. I often come across super undervalued posts, so I'll need to check this out.

Very helpful for those who hasn't heard of @curie.

Seems that I'm in the target group of being upvoted... :D

Loving the love - more people should end their posts with that.

It sounds like there's really no downside to Curie, don't know why everyone wouldn't be utilizing it like you suggest. I'm a total newbie to this, had no idea my upvoting another post would actually earn me anything! Needless to say, I've just upvoted.

On that note, surprised to see my upvote made this jump $10 higher? No idea how that happened since I've only been here 2 days, have yet to make my own post and still have a tiny following / Steam power.


it was probably someone with more Steem power than you upvoting at the same time, Jerry gets a lotta love, real fast and lots of his friends move water. Eventually, your upvotes can be worth more, but just remember that your power is limited, goes down and if you choose your upvotes wisely, you can profit... but other times you just lose steem :/

Wow great info! Me personally i am not going to add my own blogs as i think is not ethical but for sure i will suggest a lot of blogs that i find in my feed and find them interesting. I am just wondering if somebody will ever suggest one of my blogs...

Thank You!
I appreciate the info here, I had not looked into this yet.
I hope you have a great day, thanks again!

*I had 4.39 times LESS steem power

wow very interesting. keep up the great post @jerrybanfield!

Jerry, I submitted a post to Currie a week ago, that post made 27 steem and I got 10 steem! Good deal! Thanks so much for telling us about this concept. I will now starting finding new under valued posts and submit them to Currie once a week, I would submit more often than that, but once a week is the max allowed.

Thanks Jerry! Going to try this to help out some people :)

I just heard of this curie place today and could not figure out heads nor tails once I got in there. A few other people recommended it for minnows like me who don't think bots area good idea.

I'm working on a post now in response to your recent cry for help, @jerrybanfield and this is the exact thing I think you should do more of. Teach us Obi Wan. Your teaching skill for noobs is needed here.

I will go through this post in detail and get on it. A friend nominated one of my recent posts and I saw action!

This is an Amazingly valuable post. This has the most value out of any post that I have ever seen. Truly thank you.

would this qualify for @curie ? https://steemit.com/permaculture/@ecoknowme/beyond-biotecture-the-evolution-of-earthships-ecoknowme Maybe not everyone's cup of tea, but still pretty interesting if you want to feel wealthy through sustaining yourself ecologically.... @jerrybanfield I saw your PB and Oat stash and thought maybe you could see another approach..... cheers @ecoknowme

really really good.It will take a lot of hardwork for post like this

Thanks so much @jerrybanfield! Its all a bit confusing but I'm gonna read this a few times! Appreciate your help! :)

Great post! Very informative and well written.

in this second the price of steem is 1.43 USd and Steem dollars 1.03 usd, wonderful

Cool service! I'll be on the look out for undervalued posts. Thanks jerry.

Wow that's great

@jerrybanfield you never cease to amaze me at the content that you put together. I definitely value the posts that you have on Streemian. I've recently join and scheduled my last two posts. Thanks once again!

Wow that's great

Wow very interesting, excellent post, good job! @jerrybanfield keep it up,

A very good post @jerrybanfield

Very helpful post Jerry!

Hi Jerry if you allow me I wanna put this comment in here , I am a music producer and singer , If anyone like , can come and check my works , thanks :)

Great post and awesome idea to get attention for valuable content.

This looks like an awesome project in order to get undervalued posts to get attention. Also it's a nice addition that people make steem by just finding these undervalued posts, thanks for posting this Jerry

Posts as this one makes me feel good about following you Jerry !!

awesome post man jerry ur really crazy person for steem

this is great. awsome

Curie seems to be extremely a must do for us minnows! Resteemed :) Also following @Curie asap

Very cool thanks, It's a bummer I didn't find out about this until my repuation is already nearly at 52 yet I still have only produced 1 post that earned $30. I was happy with it though. What exactly am I giving streemian permission to do by "Unlock STEEM Account
Let us use your STEEM account"?

great tip!

Thanks for the information. Will be looking into this when I have the time.

This is awesome. Exactly the idea I had the other day actually!

Can I send my own posts to Curie? :D Sort of feel they're undervalued. Thanks for this recourse @JerryBanfield!

Just found you after taking your course on Skillshare. Found it really valuable! Hopefully I can return some of the value you have given me through the steem platform :P

Amazing info. I heard about it but until today I didn't enter into it. I have just one question, how do you get your account verify? I try to send 0.001 STB to the account of steemian, but I cannot do it from my exchange, as the amount is too small. Is it possible to do it directly from Steemit? Thanks


lol, I answer to myself, in case there is someone so sleepy as me, I use used the wallet from steemit... :-)

Wow, you really work hard

Is not dangerous to give them your private key and permission to post in your name? This hacking time make me a bit paranoic :-s

Very good info @ jerrybanfield

Know that you spend time making such good posts
Re-steemed og upvoted 100%

Thank you for doing this, very positive. I just got started on here myself as an RV nomad, hoping this platform continues to blow up.

I'm pretty sure you aren't allowed to propose your own work when doing this...

@jerrybanfield excellent post. Something new. Need to try curie for sure

This is a great post. I have come across a LOT of under valued posts. There are some posts that deserve more attention for social reasons. I can't wait to get involved and try this out. Thanks

This is really very amazing . Thanks for telling us about it. I am going to try this. Nice share Jerry. Keep it up. Upvoted and followed.

i wish i could be included in this prestigious group. Please help me @jerrybanfield for getting my posts approved.

Nice post very helpful

Ok, definitely going to check this out. Now I need to re-read this post and go thru the steps. You are a "Steemit Beast." (I have teenagers, so trust me, "beast" is actually a good thing). Steem on @jerrybanfield! And thank you!

Thank u so much ##jerrybanfield. you have said every single point that really helps us to make inderstand. we are proud for you.

Thanks for the information ,all my post are undervalued!!!! Ha Ha... I keep pushing my attempt to become a witness..one of these days!!!!

You're very helpful!!

I read that, Thank U Jerry.

There you go again being all helpful and such. Thank you for the walk-through. I will make sure to remember this in my future browsing.

Thanks for this! First I've heard of @curie and am so glad you shared it... upvoted and resteemed.

What a great idea and thanks for sharing. I have started to write content relating to cryptos and hardly anyone sees my posts so maybe a way to get noticed.

Pretty clear, but I still hard to comprehend how the steem is generated and given and how the value and steem coin availability changes.

Very great post jerry thank you, i'll try my luck this time and i hope it works. I only earned 40 dollars since i registered to steemit and i'm really broke :D

Jerry, thanks buddy youre awesome..

thank you so much for this another great informative post:)

A helping hand for the minnows.

WOW!!! I cannot thank you enough - I have been thru a LLLLOOOOOOTTTTTTT of previous posts of which I thought to myself - "man, this is a really good post". But then noticed it did not even earn a penny :( I had heard that you could make some good money by finding posts that just need some extra love :) Thank you so much for sharing these great tips with us today - now, maybe my wallet can go from 1.34 (that my sorry ass total for the week) to $1,000,000 (yes, dreaming!!!). Thank you again Jerry for being the awsomist of all awesome - Happy Friday my Steemit Friend - SUNSHINE247


totally possible, just keep doing what you do. Results will come. @sunshine247 just keep posting and having fun!


Having a blast!! Thank you so much :) SUNSHINE247


check out my recent, I don't want to recommend it myself but I think a lot of people will engage, especially foodies

Nice thread bro....want to learn more

Thank you, Jerry, for explaining your findings on Currie and how it works. I have only done a few post but became discouraged too quickly as the earnings were so low. I am anxious to try this.

Very Interesting and Informative post Jerry
Thanks for letting us know about it. This is very helpful and will help newbies to grow. I will try this . Let's see I am lucky enough to get my post there. Have a nice day. ☺

Thanks Jerry, this is good information

Thanks Jerry. This was a particularly informative post.

"What the rewards are telling me is that I'm not doing that great of a job upvoting."

I think it's key to remember that this is only true if your only measure of upvoting success is curation rewards. I spend most of my votes on the commenters in my article, and on anyone who engages in discussion or debate with me in the comments, regardless of viewpoint (unless someone is uncivil).

When you vote on the comments of others, you are basically forgoing curation rewards because I've observed that most users will not put significant value upvotes on most comments. This is a sacrifice I'm willing to make to encourage people to discuss articles with me on my blog, and that was probably true of you at one point as well.

Incidentally, you may have enough comments to respond to that encouraging more could actually become counterproductive. Don't wear yourself out.

Great advices which will be helpful for a lot of users. Thanks a lot for your great content. Good job! :)

Hi jerry,i saw ur video on facebook about the wonders steem is doing in your life and i want you to be my guide in this platform.my name is moses victor from nigeria and i know must if my country people dont know about this wonderful community yet.i want u to help to help 170million people in my country tanks.

Jerry u do a great job mahn I commend your work. But most times your write ups are too long. Would appreciate it if we could gain from all your informative posts with less reading time. Cos I follow a numbers if stuffs online. Thank you

It is definitely disheartening spending a couple of hours on a post only for it to make a dollar. I had the best intentions when I signed up here but when my introduce yourself post dwindled from $4.50 or so down to $2.30 or something (I don't understand why that value decreases), I kinda lost interest and haven't posted again since. If I get more time I'll have another crack at a couple of blogs but yeah, $2 just isn't worth the effort, so this is a great project.

Great post Jerry also fallowing you on YT. Keep growing 📈

And Jerry Strikes Again! @jerrybanfield - Solving the STEEMIT Cure!! Bueno Hombre!

Excellent tutorial and explanation as Always! Keep up the good work Jerry! I'll let you in on a tip, check my page for posts to submit to Curie ;) haha

please upvote my post sir i really need your upvotes and see my blog also because my blog basically for health and wealth

Thank you


you are great sir..

your posts are very helpful for newbiz thank you so much for sharing :-)

I saw many underrated post. Thanks for the information jerry. I want could help them for their effort in making a post which is being underrated. And at the sime time I will also earn. Thanks again for the info

I would check out @ocd as well. Doing it for the good of the community. We have too many nominations.

Thanks again for helping out Steemians

Amazing!!! This is a great information to help grow up to good writters. Thanks for share

Thanks for the info.
Everyday i am discovering new nice features of Steemit.
Amazing platform!

Thanks for the post on helping us to earn more whilst being creative.