How Can a New Minnow with No Money Get Started on Steemit?

What works to get started working online and reach the next level, especially on Steemit?

This is part 2 of the interview with @followbtcnews where I answer questions about Steemit. If you would like to read part 1 of the interview on Steemit go to part 1 of the interview!

How can a new minnow with no money get started on Steemit?

Jeff:

Let me ask you this. If you're a new minnow on Steemit, let's say I go tell my buddy today, "Look, there's this blogging platform called Steemit.com where they pay you to write content." He doesn't have any money.

Honestly, when I started, I went to Bittrex and I bought some Steem to give me a little push start. I'm not a whale by no means. I have a small amount of SP. I still bought a little bit just to give me that little push start.

When somebody doesn't have any money, but they know how to write. They're just starting out on Steemit, so they start off and I think they get 26 SP just starting out. What kind of advice could you give that might help that new minnow become successful on Steemit?


Jerry:

Jeff, that's an outstanding question. First, we don't think we have any money, but if you look at all the money we spend, a lot of us have enough money for other things.

I am a recovering alcoholic and no matter how broke I was, I could get a handle of vodka. I could get something to mix it with. I could get a large pizza to go with it. I could get some video games to play while I did all that. A lot of us have areas where our money is short circuited.

We kind of waste money in a certain area. Then, we don't have money for anything else. Lots of us, we do have money if we can become consciously aware of where we're wasting it. Some of us, yes, if you're 13 years old and your parents control all your money, you may absolutely not even have a dollar in lunch money to put on Steem Power.

In that case, we'll go through that scenario where there is not even anything at all, it is possible. I'll show the example here. I've just resteemed for the first time a post there.

To summarize all of this, the best strategy is to think about what would I write that would be extremely helpful for someone else? Specifically, it's nice on Steem, you can intentionally aim at particular people.

Let's have a look at this new account named @amazingstats which is run by Larry. Larry set out to make a post that would be extremely helpful for me. He wrote a post called "Discover the Secrets Jerry Banfield Used To Make $32,616.66 On Steemit In 78 Days." He writes this entire post about my time on Steem, which here is the key thing.

He helped me fantastically in the post. He showed me something I didn't even know. A lot of us think we know a lot about ourselves, right? He made this incredible infographic, an incredible leap of faith. He got nothing. He had no guarantee I'd even see this post. He took a giant leap of faith.

Then, he showed me in this one data point here, he helped me see that I had a post that had reached over 20,000 people. I could see exactly what it was. I did not know that.

I resteemed his post out to all my followers. He's got hundreds of upvotes and he made some extra money on it. Now, he's got more followers off of it. He got lots of comments on it. He's got a very strong start on Steemit. You might look at it and say, "Okay, so he made $15 off of it."

The next day, I used the information he gave me to make a post called "23,349 Views from Google on 1 Steem Post?"

Now, that post made me $258. When you look at it, he made $15 helping me make $258. He helped me to do something and he helped me several more times, so guess what? His earnings are not finished with the $15 he got on this post. I now am following him and I'm interested in what he's doing. He's provided a huge influence to me. I've given him a shout out in several places.

I also gave him another upvote on this comment, which gave him another six dollars.

He's made about $20 on this, but in addition to that, I maybe gave him something even more helpful. I gave him some laser focused tips right here.

He said he was going to do certain authors next, but I gather he probably doesn't know the best ways to contact them exactly, who to do in what order, so I gave him an exact list. I said, "Do this author next, here's how you contact her or do this author next because you're likely to earn the most and get the biggest response by doing her."

I told him, “Contact her before you do the post, so she's ready to do it, so she resteems it to all her followers and you've got a good chance at earning hundreds of dollars. After you make one of her, do Craig Grant, do him next, and then do Papa Pepper after that. Then do these next five authors after that.”

He made another comment here, so I'll upvote him. Now, he's got another five dollars. He's up to about $25 earned.

The bottom line out of this is, he made a post that helped me fantastically and he now got help back from me. He got my attention. He got help back from me. He now is in a very good position to essentially optimize this technique and repeat this again and again. He started out, he did something really helpful for me. Now, I just want to give and give back to him.


Jeff:

That makes perfect sense. I see the exact post you’re talking about, by @amazingstats, and I see the infographic that he put up here, and the comments you talk about below. That's pretty amazing.

Basically, what he's done is he's provided something valuable to help you. By doing that, he's communicated with you. You’re communicating with him, so his information has helped you and you’re helping him because it's a two-way street there.

Communicating with other users on Steemit and build a camaraderie with them, building a relationship with them on Steemit, by either doing posts or comments.

Does that sound about right?


Jerry:

Yes.


Jeff:

That is something else right there. I see this exact post and boy, that's a heck of an infographic too. My goodness, I have not seen this post yet. I might have to go read it. I can't read it right now, it looks like it will take me about 20 minutes.

I’m going to definitely advice the listeners to go take a look at this. It's a pretty cool infographic and I will paste the link in Discord so everybody can see it. I can appreciate that for sure. I have a habit of telling, and I actually learned this from @aggroed, the person that started the Minnow Support Project.

He has a saying pretty much for new minnow starting out: Spend time reading other people's post, upvoting and commenting, but meaningful comments.

Don't just go in there and just say, “Hi. Great post,” and leave. Actually, read the post and make a comment that has something to do with the post. That way, you're building a relationship with the other users, and a lot of times they will follow you. Now, don't post none of the follow for follow, like I said, make a meaningful comment, that’s for minnows.

Dolphins, make a post and those followers you got from being a minnow, those are now going to come and upvote your post when you're a dolphin. Then whales, obviously make posts and curate. When I say curate, I mean, like you know as well as I do, going around and upvoting valuable and unique content from users that are actually providing good stuff to the platform.

That seems to work out well for a lot of people and that pretty much goes with what you're talking about, as far as what AmazingStats did. He provided something that was very helpful to you. You all started a conversation. He was rewarded for that and you were rewarded from that because you've got some great information from him and you resteemed his post.

He's going to gain followers from that. In the long term, that's going to really help him, because the more followers you have that are actually interested in what you're talking about, is definitely helpful on the platform.

I think that's definitely a good, great tip, Jerry, for helping these guys to get started, just interacting with other users, other Steemians on the platform.


Jerry:

Thank you, Jeff.

What is a minnow, dolphin or whale on Steemit?

Jerry:

For the viewers on my Facebook and YouTube that are watching this, would you help with some of the Steem basics if they don't understand what a minnow or dolphin or whale is? Would you explain a couple of those things if the viewer is new?


Jeff:

Absolutely.

On Steemit, you have terms that were just made up by the users on Steemit. Obviously, a minnow is real small. A dolphin is a little bit bigger, and a whale, if you don't know the size of a whale, then I don't know. The minnows obviously are the new guys, that don't have a lot of what we call Steem Power, which means the power of your vote, the power of your account.

The more money your account is worth, the more Steem Power you have. If you have 5,000 Steem in your account, and 5,000 and under is usually considered a minnow. When you get up over, I don't know the exact stats for the different things, but let's just say 5,000 under you are going to be a small minnow.

Once you get up over that in between, if I'm not mistaken, I want to say in between 5,000 and 40,000, or 6,000 and 49,000, or 5,000 and 49,000, you would be considered a dolphin.

If I'm not mistaken, anything over 50,000, you're going to be considered a whale. Again, it's just a matter of how much your account is worth, because your account worth is how it helps you establish how much your upvote is worth to somebody.

For example, my Steem Power right now is close to 4,000, so I'm technically considered a minnow. When I go and upvote somebody else's post at 100% Steem Power, my upvote to them is worth about 58 cents.

What is a 100% upvote from @jerrybanfield worth?

Jeff:

Now, Jerry, I know you are over 50,000, but could you give us an example of what a 100% upvote from your account might be worth to somebody at this point in time?


Jerry:

I've just crossed 50,000 Steem Power a little while ago. I am really relieved to hear I'm a whale. It's exciting.


Jeff:

Absolutely. That is great.


Jerry:

I think I just upvoted that comment Larry made on AmazingStats 100%. My voting power is close to 70 of those. So I think my full power upvote is like seven or eight dollars today. I can make about 10 of those a day.

I can give out about 70 dollars every single day on Steem. Now, I could just give it to myself if I wanted to, but it's like sex, it's better with someone else. 😂


Jeff:

Yes, I got to say, there's a lot of opinions on Steemit about people upvoting themselves and upvoting other people. Personally, I think an investor should be okay with upvoting themselves a certain percentage. If I have ten 100% upvotes a day, I see absolutely nothing wrong with me upvoting one or two. If I'm only making one post a day, then I feel like I have every right to upvote my one post that I make each day.

But spend the rest and I think it's a good idea to upvote other people's post that deserve it, somebody with good content, because it's going to do two things, in my opinion. It's going to encourage them to post more, then they're going to talk good about Steemit to their friends, to their families, it's going to bring more users.

More users on Steemit means more buy pressure on the actual coin itself, which raises the value of Steem and it makes us all more money.

Does upvoting on Steemit take money from your account?

Jeff:

Jerry, one more question I'd like to ask you. I already know the answer, but I want everybody else to know. When you upvote somebody, like we were talking about a minute ago, you can probably give out about 70-80 dollars a day. When you're giving out this 70-80 dollars to other users, this doesn't take any money out of your account, right?


Jerry:

That's right. That’s the amazing part, is when I just did that upvote on Larry on AmazingStats, that didn't cost me anything except voting power and I get 20% of my voting power every day.

Now, that's cool at a $1 or a $1.50 Steem price, but I think this is going to go up 10 times. Imagine then $500 to $1,000 a day, I can give out with my upvotes. That's when this thing is just going to snowball in ridiculous levels.


Jeff:

It doesn't cost you a penny when you upvote somebody. Like you said, if it raises 10 times, you're going to be giving out $500 to a $1,000 a day, but it's not going to cost you a dime.


Jerry:

Yes, it won't cost me anything.

It's like having the money and a certificate of deposit, that I can basically withdraw 7% off every week. Meaning in about three months, I can pull it all out.


Jeff:

That’s pretty awesome. I don't know of many places you can just go give somebody money and it doesn't cost you anything.

For new people listening, this gets technical. We won't go into the whole thing, but the reason it doesn't cost me or Jerry or any other user money to upvote is because there's something called a rewards pool that is funded by something else that Jerry and myself both run, which is called a Witness, which is the backbone of the platform. It runs what's called a blockchain.

Jerry runs what's called a Witness that signs blocks on this blockchain. By doing that, it also puts money into a reward pool and it puts a small amount of money into the actual witness owner themselves, not a lot. Some of us are lucky to get enough money from our Witness to pay for the server. I'm sure you could agree with that. That is what is supplied, the rewards pool that gives you the option of upvoting other people and it's not costing you any money.

If you don't mind, I’m going to ask anybody who's listening to this show, make sure you go look at Jerry's profile and vote on his Witness because he's providing a valuable service for this blockchain. Without the witnesses, Steem wouldn't be here, because the blockchain couldn't run and what Steemit blogging runs on is this blockchain.

Just take a look at that. I have to agree, right now as we're talking, if I'm not mistaken Jerry, Steem is somewhere around above $1.50 or so, I think. I don't have Bittrex open right now.

Right now, like you were saying a minute ago, when you upvote at 100%, that puts somebody's post at about seven or eight dollars per one upvote. Now, I can remember just a few months back, Steemit went up, I want to say $2.25 or $2.30, somewhere in that area. I remember the higher the price of Steem, the more valuable somebody's upvote is. I have to agree with you on, as far as I see Steem going up in price, so all our money in our account is going to keep raising.

The value of our money in our Steem in our account is just going to get higher and higher, and it's going to raise our voting power. That's a great thing.

So these people, followers, Jerry, that you're helping and you're resteeming their post, you're upvoting them, as the price of Steem raises, your upvote is just more and more valuable to them, and that's a good thing. That’s something that I think a lot of new people that are considering joining the platform, and people that are already on the platform, can look forward to.

I've noticed that the sign-up rate for Steemit has grown quite a bit over the past few weeks from some of the stats that people submit.

Final words


Thank you very much for reading this post, which was originally filmed as the video below!

This is the second part of the interview with @followbtcnews and I invite you to look for part 3 that will be in a future post.

Would you join me today, by leaving a like on this video or upvote this post on Steemit?

The feedback on the video was so positive that I spent about $100 to get this post created for you here out of the video, and then edited it prior to publishing! I appreciate you being here and I hope you have a wonderful day today.

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?

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As of right now, I'm just a dolphin; however, I'm planning to become a whale as well...

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I have now both bought steem and paid to advertise on steemit's behalf. I've been here 2 weeks and am enjoying my stay. I know it takes time to build an enterprise, so I'm putting out original content to get found. Another way I'm trying to be found now is when I post a video on YouTube, I tell my audience to go check out my blogs on Steemit.com/@bobthebuilder. I'm hoping this also works!

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Of course, you definitely will be remunerated for the effort that you now put in...

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I really feel like I have nothing to lose. Ok...maybe the money I'm going to put into the system at worse case...but the content I create in blog form is turning into my script for videos I'm making or going to make. It's really a win-win. I don't see SteemIt going down like other coins, because information is valuable. You can only have so many cryptocurrencies where the only value they create is the ability to transfer money across the globe...I'm happy I'm here!

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Good point, I agree. I am sure that you will be a success here. Steemit is an amazing platform (see my blog posts for analysis and my reasons) that rewards authenticity and hardwork

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Good luck @cryptoeera I wish you success and will help anyway I can . Following you in order to stay in touch and send in my support-success

Really inspiring interview!

Great. Thanks for sharing. I'm starting to follow you.

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Thank you @capari for following and making the first comment! I see you are following 3173 others as well!

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are you seriously upvoting this spammer dude?

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so Jerry you are a whale :)

I have a simpler version of what you wrote there:

  • Buy allot of Steem
  • Comment on all #introducemyself posts until you have enough followers , than stop
  • everybody wants to comment and upvote your posts , as you bought allot of steem , and you became famous
  • Sign up as a witness
  • Bribe whales to vote you as a witness
  • As you reach Rep(60) stop replying to minnows
  • Be arogant
  • Be cocky

Trust me , it will work .

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Thank You @fishmon you just explained the US Congress to everyone on STEEMIT. I say Live the Golden Rule and you will have a wonderful life too...................

thx for sharing

Hey jerry...it was great having u on steemspeak the other day...hope to see more of u on there when we talking aboit great topics

Very good @jerrybanfield. . I like your post. . Thankyou for sharing. 👏👏👏

BEEN THERE>>>DONE THAT !!! (-: You post, comment, upvote.
Wash, rinse, repeat !!! (-:

I'm enjoying this video, only 5 minutes in, but thought to give an upvote before the hordes, lol ;) edit : I can hear the "you can only keep what you have by giving it away vibes" here.

How can you write so much ..... text ?

I'm a minnow, just posted my first post today. This is a very good post to read. Got resteemed for revision.

Good stuff jerrybanfield, love getting your posts!

I really enjoyed doing this interview @jerrybanfield.. It's my first time on video..lol.... And it was fun! I think your followers will get a lot of help from your suggestions you make in this interview

A very needed power booster for minnowsupportproject

Puh that was a long post to read. Thanks, i got some good information out of it. Reaching 5k sp is far away.
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The way some people are scared to give upvotes, you would think it cost something.

I must say this is a very interesting post, I still unsure about some of the explanation.

Great advice thanks for sharing

Such a inspirational post for the newbies like me

Hi Jerry, another informative post. The interconnection between other members on Steemit and the relationships that you are building appears to be the key to your success. I do enjoy your posts. Thank you for finally clarifying the link between witness votes and your upvotable posts. I also didn't realise that the rise in steem price would also raise the value of our votes. I am still not convinced on what will happen to the price of steem. I've watched your videos on crypto price prediction for this year and I am trying to understand how steem could rise suddenly from the bottom. Is it simply due to its strong user base?

Interesting interview, this could be pretty useful to minnows!

Yay. Thank you so much for a fantastic breakdown. This here tiny-assed minnow appreciates it :-)

@jerrybanfield,
OMG again a great work from you! You are sharing very useful tips and guidance to minnows like us! Really appreciate your effort! Thank you very much for sharing with us!

Cheers~

This is a very interesting piece, loved it.

And it should give all minnows who feel down-and-out at time a boost to get going again.

Really good to hear from a whale himself, thanks for that.

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I keep wondering about one thing:
In the article it is stated that one of the best ways to gain on Steemit, is to read and comment.

So far 415 upvotes and a handful of comments and only 38 readers.

People tend to automatically upvote without having read the articles, they are really missing out!!!!

I love all types of 🐠🐟🐡🐬🐳🐋 lol

@jerrybanfield - this is a very valuable post for minnows Sire. It's very helpful to build ourselves to the level of Whales. Love your work Sire. Therefore, I wish to ReSteem your post Sire.

+W+ [ReSteemed & UpVoted]

I like that is a well documented and informal post. And second lile it that gives an perspective for anyone new.
Idea is find your people, like in marketing, if you are selling wine find the people that like wine, not the ones that like only vodka

It's so funny that you actually liked someone stalking you out 😅! Absolutely great that you saw the post, though and got interested. I wonder how amazingstats came up with the information about you? Must have felt creepy at first 😜. Great idea of him and very helpful posting this interview! Always get inspired from such creative actions 🤗

If today would be your first day on steemit, how much should someone invest into SP to have a little push? After my first 2 weeks here I feel like I should buy some SP but don't know how much should I invest. I am still a student so I can't really afford to buy 500-600$ worth of SP yet.

Hopefully you'll see the comment. Thank you @jerrybanfield.

This is fantastic. This is my first time back to Steemit, in about a year or so. I never had these tips when I started, and thus lost my interest in Steemit. Thank you!

Great. Thanks for sharing. I'm starting to follow you.

Let follow them all :) Together we are strong.

What's the next fish after minnow? Does it just jump straight to dolphin, or is guppy in there somewhere? Is anyone on here deep enough to be a humpback angler?

so great article!!! I am really new in steemIt (6 days old xD) and I read your posts @jerrybanfield in order to understand more what is going on here!

I understand one thing: SteemIt is a GREAT opportunity! now the more details I learn them time to time from your posts! :D

Also, I joined SteemIt because of the facebook ad you made few days ago!!!

Thank you for helping us, the minnows, to start correctly :P

awosome post.You are great

Hi @jerrybanfield, I'm really glad to see you resteem something. Let me start by saying that I think that you create great content that is unique, timely and of value to a variety of different Steemians. It's apparent that you are passionate about the platform and you are "all in." And boy can you bang it out.

My only criticism is that you have not resteemed enough. Larry's @amazingstats is well done and worthy of a resteem for sure. With your leverage, upvote and audience a resteem could really help a minnow. .... Although, I can see the logic in how you are "presenting" and bringing attention to the work of others... nevermind? Maybe work in a resteem every 4 or 5 posts?

I would be interested in your thoughts. Resteeming with curation (Upvote) vs creating a write-up to highlight someone else's work.

@jerrybanfield this is summing up everything I've been reading from other whales and community members. I just started five days ago and someone resteemed one of my blogs and it went from 20 to 112 in two days. All of this support is so great for steem and maybe will encourage more to come on and help minnows like me not be discouraged. Thank you for sure

When you begin and have no money you can do what im doing try to eat from 15 euro a week visualise yourself a budged of 50 euro a week you got 35 euro left i bet you spend more in a week on groceries and going out or smoking and stuff. What you win with it? You finally have a goal stop smoking or stop wasting that much cash if you do that you have a win win situation even if you lose everything you put in crypto. You have left the difference you have when you set yourself on that budget. 😉

@jerrrybanfield this is a very eye opening post. I was enthralled, so I caught up reading part one before coming back here. You brought to my attention the importance of what posts need to do to bring value, and it truly is to help someone else. At your level, and at any, the goal isn't to please everyone as much as it is to help someone.

It's a reality that needed identification and clarity as many people including myself are focused on people pleasing so much that it takes away from our original goals and ideals.

I'm happy I chose to read this one, as it shows me that not everyone will be satisfied with my work, and if there are haters then I in fact must be doing something right. It's empowering. I won't lie, I've been super jelly when I see your posts sometimes, but now it makes sense for what you are bringing, to be where you are.

I'm inspired, and that was the point wasn't it. The best way to help someone, is to guide them into a position where they can help themselves. If helping themselves on Steemit means to help others, then it can only become infectious.

This is actually ridiculous. I don't even know what to say right now. Wait, I do.

Thank you.

being a minnow, that was i hoping to hear, gonna do this thanks for these tips :)

Keep being consistent, commenting a lot on other posts, avoid spamming and you will grow faster.

My own experience

Excellent post ... and very good advice ... as they said about fish, dolphins, whales etc etc are terms invented or created by users ... I will create a new term ... most of us if we compare with you jerry and with many others more than a minnow we are "" krill "" that is what many whales eat

Today there is a big concern because the Krill is disappearing due to global warming and the concern is that if krill is over, the whales will go extinct ... comparing this with steemit, if krill do not start to grow and become more Fast at least in dolphins will stop producing quality content and soon they will be extinguished since they are not born new for disinterested in the plataform ... what happened then with the whales??...How much will the whales live without the krill?

Después de un mes de estar haciendo buenas y complejas publicaciones me dí cuenta de esto. Un simple comentario en un post que se hizo viral me dio el doble de lo que había ganado antes. Buena entrevista, muy científica.

Jerry, something is looking like banana on te left side of your headphones...
what is it?

Another great post that gave us much more detailed info about steemit platform. Keep sharing these value bombs Jerry.
GOD BLESS.

The thing I like most about you and your post is that both are cheerful.

So you're saying the best way to be successful is to make friends and interact with the community? Too much work. I'm using reverse psychology and being surly and closed off to the community. If that doesn't work there's always spamming out "Hi nice comment follow me." I've been hearing some pretty sweet things about that approach.

it's hard to get upvote =_="

Hey @jerrybanfield! I want to feature this one to my blog. Thanks for this one, a heck of a post.

I'm on my first week in Steemit and i do online magazine formats of posts where it consists of my own content and 10 from my followers and a magazine-like cover. Then every valuable post that i find in a day i always put a remark on their comments section and then saying that it will be featured to my small-time blog. i hope this will work. i earned about 15 SBD in 5 days , a very tiny amount but i must stay positive.

I am currently a minnow. Just started on Steemit a few days ago. I am currently building relationships with other authors in my niche (travel) and out of my niche (cryptocurrency, motivation, etc). After reading your post, I am glad that I did the right thing after all. Thanks for posting @jerrybanfield :)

ok that nice am following you

jerrybanfield you've done it again 😁 quality post as always 👌

Commenting as a minnow is the way to go and it is how @jerrybanfield managed to reply to my comment yesterday.

Spend time reading other people's post, upvoting and commenting, but meaningful comments.

I have been commenting and i have made afew friends along the way.
As you also said we minnows need to add value.

In a series titled "If I was a Steemit Minnow I Would..." being shared by @cryptoctopus ,he talks about he same thing Add Value.
I do encourage every minnow to check out his blog and learn more of how we can grow in the Steemit Community.

There are many ways he says we can add value,start or join a project,market Steemit as Jerry does.
I am grateful for Jerry's Facebook Marketing,it is because of his Ads that i am here.

To repay to the Steemit community,i will start marketing Steemit in my former University Next week when the semester begins.

On the issue of self upvoting and vote abuse,it is clearly pointed out in Steem Updated White Paper.
I did initially think that money comes from my account to the person i am upvoting,until i learnt about the rewards pool and witness program.

I do encourage everyone to read that White Paper.
Thanks for the series.

Thanks for this post! It means a lot to us minnows :)

it costs nothing to give upvotes, but no one gives away ahah

Thanks for sharing this post mey be one day i become a whale with you post help
sir if you have little time for your follower welcome to my blog @farhannaqvi7 its about smart ideas of life

Thanks a lot Jerry for all your Youtube Videos and Tutorials about Steemit.com It really brought me very fast up to date with all the info a newbie needs on Steemit. Keep up your great work. BTW, where can I buy really fast SteemPower or Steem just via PayPal and not needing to wait days to get this into my account ? Many thanks. Regards, Stefan.

Thank you Jerry. I am just a minnow, but I know you from your Udemy courses. I am going to suggest to my friend Gordon Swobe to interview you. Birds of a feather should flock together.

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is fantastic @jerrybanfield ! It's interesting your post, congratulations .

I follow you and read you post things you need to know in steemit .

Great post; really useful to have concrete numerical examples and clear explanations on how the game theory of Steem incentivizes us to help others out!

And congrats on becoming a whale, Jerry!

I appreciate your constructive advice and wish you a blessed weekend

good post. :)

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Great tips as usual, Jerry~

Thanks!

@jerrybanfield is the responsible that I continued using my steemit account. He helped me understand how all works here before I was signing off. I recommwnd you to start following him. See this post I made about him : https://steemit.com/steem/@gold84/jerrybanfield-is-an-expert-on-steemit-and-made-thousands-of-people-understand-how-it-works

Wow nice tips. I'm still new here and trying to adapt

jerry, I am constantly appreciative of your posts. Your content and knowledge about Steemit is very valuable. I continue to watch your videos and try to learn from your success . keep up the great work.

I wonder how many times one can do this recursively:).

realy Good stuff jerrybanfield , thanks @sarahbiz

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