Would you like to learn about the first auto-voter I started to use right when I joined Steemit because it is another option that you might like to try out?
I have written several posts about new auto-voters that I use, but I realized that I haven't written one about this very easy-to-use free and efficient auto-voter, which is the most well-known, called SteemVoter.
How to Set your Automatic Upvotes with SteemVoter!
The first step to follow this tutorial is to go to https://steemvoter.com
As you can see, it is very basic, and what you have to do is sign up or log in.
If you do not have an account with SteemVoter, click "Sign Up" and fill in the form. In addition of using a password, they ask for security answers to questions. This is a nice added security feature.
Click "Sign Up" and then you can log in using the "Login" link.
When you are in your StemVoter account you will see this after you have added an account using the "Add Account" button. You can create several accounts and it's great to be able to manage them in one place.
Adding a new account is simple, just enter your Steemit username, and then your "Private Posting Key." Click "Add New Account" and wait for them to review and approve it. It is generally very fast.
Remember: Do not use your Private Active Key or Steemit main password.
The fact that you only need to use your private posting key makes this tool very safe to use.
After your account is approved, you will have to create rules.
Click on the "Rules" button.
Then you can add your first author.
You can choose the vote power and vote delay you want for each user. If you have several accounts, select the correct "Account Name" in the dropdown menu.
Check the box to make the rule active and click "Save Rule."
All the users in SteemVoter will show like this. You can easily de-activate a rule if you wish to, delete or edit a rule.
If you want to edit a rule, just click the "Edit" button and change what you want to change.
Then, click the "Save Rule" button.
At the right you have several "Account Action" buttons.
The first one is for "Logs" and it can be useful to see what SteemVoter has voted and if it was successful.
The only time a vote is not a success is when you have manually upvoted a post before the bot does, or your voting power has been too low.
Links are clickable so you can go to each post to make a comment if you wish.
You can also pause the account, change the posting key or delete the account.
Notice that this account has "Guild" enabled, 4,000 SP and 31 rules used out of 50.
The amount of SP you have determines how many voting rules you can use for free.
In my case, I can have 50 active rules, but a new user with less than 50 SP will only have 3 voting rules, which is not that great. I think that this auto-voter is worth using when you have at least 100 SP because it gives you 10 rules.
If you need more voting rules, you can use their "Premium Service," which is 3 SBD monthly per Steemit account, and this will give you 500 voting rules.
This will also no longer use a daily self-promote vote from your account to pay for the service.
I have used the service for free since the beginning and I have been very happy because it doesn't miss votes, and them using one vote for self-promotion from me does not alter my voting power that much.
The "Guild" is something that you can choose to participate in or not.
I hope this post is useful and gives you another auto-voter option to use.
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