Would you like to use a tool that can tell you when you get paid for your posts and comments on Steemit because I think this will be useful for you to estimate your rewards each week?
It is always difficult to calculate exactly what rewards you will get in SP, SBD and USD for your posts and when this will be paid, and this tool named Steem Supply will make it easy for you.
You may be interested to read this post: Understanding Author Rewards Calculations
Know When You Get Paid with Steem Supply!
The first step to follow this tutorial is to go to http://steem.supply/@gmichelbkk.
This is Steem Supply for my account and at the top you can see some important data like the amount of delegated and received Steem Power.
Then, it is your total potential rewards and potential growth, which is encouraging to see.
In order to add your account or accounts, enter the username and click "Lookup / Add."
You will be then able to switch between accounts like this.
The next section shows an equivalent in USD for your SBD called "Liquid" and the same for your SP called "Invested." This is the potential author payout for the last seven days.
The rate of 1 SBD and SP is also indicated.
There is a nice graph showing the evolution of SBD to STEEM, here for the last 7 days.
After that there is a section with three tabs and the first one is for "Content Rewards."
There you can see a bar graphs for your SBD and Steem Power.
Below that, it shows in USD a close estimate for the whole week. The first post will be paid in 2 hours and then the other ones every day thereafter. At this moment it is estimated at $120, but the potential for these posts is $186, which was indicated at the top, because there is still time for more upvotes.
You can use the blue button to toggle the USD into STU.
STU stands for "Steem Token Units," which is the value unit that is displayed by default on Steemit.com on your posts.
If you click on a post you can see al detail about it: STU, SBD, SP, USD, age of post and how many votes.
Below that is a nice pie chart of your voters by value.
You can do the same for your comments' rewards. Comments will be grouped by day.
The second tab is your "Content Insights" with your top 20 performing posts.
Also your top 20 performing tags, which is very interesting to see.
At the bottom are averages that can be useful.
The third tab is for your "Social Insights." It is nice to see a healthy percentage for the engagement and the details of upsteemers and followers during the 7-day period.
At the bottom, you can see your top 20 supporters and top 20 most loyal users.
Now Steem Supply has a new tool to help you estimate your rewards, which is located here: http://steem.supply/rewards
If you look at one of your posts, you will see the value in STU, which is not a value in USD and it's where everybody is confused.
For this post the STU equals $27.25 in total, which is 13.62 SBD and 7.82 SP. This is for authors and curators, and 25% of that goes to curators, so what is it you get as an author?
When you go to http://steem.supply/rewards you can enter your STU value, here 27.25 and you will see a breakdown that you can understand.
The STU is now 20.44 for the author and it breaks down into 10.22 SBD or 21.05 USD, and 5.24 SP or 10.22 USD. This is calculated with the current value of SBD and STEEM when you load the page.
The total in USD is $31.27, but you have only 21.05 SBD, which are 21.05 USD liquid that you can withdraw. The 10.22 USD are invested in Steem Power and you would need to power down to withdraw it.
You can play with the STEEM price and SBD price sliders to see what the rewards would be at a particular value.
In this case, the rewards would be 72.55 USD, and you can reset to current market value to see what it is at this particular moment.
I hope that this is useful for you to know when you get paid and how much for your efforts on Steemit.
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