You were told about a place where you could make money doing nothing more than making videos and writing blog posts. They called it a blockchain and it was going to help make you independently wealthy. Going to http://steem.com
you sign up for the "free" account and wait two-three weeks. Finally, you receive the e-mail and within minutes, you are looking a page where trending page where videos and posts have payouts in the triple digits; you find yourself getting excited, but what do you do now?
Somewhere you found a video minimally explaining what all of this is and what to do with it; then they suggest you create an introduction post. You upload a photo and write a few 100 words introducing yourself, push "post" and watch it over the next few hours to see who liked you enough to give it a vote. While you watch the votes never show up, you decide to go look at videos and posts. Since you have been told this is like a social media place, you click upvote for everything you enjoyed until you receive a bandwidth alert message. You are now frustrated, confused, and feeling like you want to leave.
What Is A New Steemian To Do?
As a new Steemian you need to find a person or group that will be welcoming and help teach you the ins-and-outs of navigating and participating in the Steemiverse. This means you catch someone's attention and they help you find your way. This takes time and can be rather frustrating. However, now there is a place in Discord where new members can find real-time answers by real people who have experience and knowledge, documents to help them in their search, a place to learn and practice new Discord skills enabling them to participate in various opportunities to connect with other Steemians.
This Steem Terminal is much like a terminal where planes, trains, and buses come together to get the community from one place to another. At these transportation hubs, you will find information to help the travelers get from one place to the next as quickly and efficiently as possible. Like these travelers, our Steem community is trying to move between two worlds. These worlds are the Steem and D.tube platforms where the posts and videos happen and Discord where people are able to gather and talk, share and learn. This project is not to be considered as competition to any existing project that is tailored to helping users of the STEEM blockchain and DISCORD, but to teach and then assist the users in finding communities that are good fits for them, such as PALnet, WelcomeWagon, MinnowBootCamp, BuddyUp, etc.
Come and join us for a fascinating journey into de-mystifying the STEEM blockchain and DIscord!
@brittandjosie @xcountytraveler @thekittygirl
This project is not to be considered as competition to any existing project that is tailored to helping users of the STEEM blockchain and DISCORD, but to teach and then assist the users in finding communities that are good fits for them, such as PALnet, WelcomeWagon, MinnowBootCamp, BuddyUp, etc.