Thinking about tomorrow, today. Reinvest and Power-Up!

in steemit •  last year 


Yesterday I went to @bonjovey's house with @florizdemayo to sing karaoke,

...and to have some girl time. While I was there, @bonjovey's significant other was asking questions about Steemit, and how it works. I guess, from an outsider's point-of-view, the hardest thing to imagine is that money ultimately comes from nothing. Well, computer code+math+algorithms.

He was also quite surprised to learn that my account grew from $1 to over $40,000 in the 5 months I have been Steeming. Sure, to him it may look like I have a simple job. Create a blog, add some photos and sit back and watch the money come in. Yet, Steemit is much more complicated than that. In fact, I work tirelessly for every dime I make here. Some nights, I fall asleep with my phone in my hand, because I try to reply to every comment people leave to me, and if they're like me, these conversations go on for multiple mouse-wheel scrolls.

Anyone can see on my page, that I not only leave a lot of comments to newcomers, welcoming them to the platform- You all can also see that my comments are quite thoughtful, after reading their blogs and doing better than a typical, "good blog", or "this is interesting". This is one of the keys to success here on Steemit; Leave thoughtful comments, that elicit a response.



For the second key to success, and arguably the most important. Reinvesting/Powering-up.

We all judge, all the time. Its human nature, and we can never escape this. Although there are always some people that claim to never judge others, this is impossible. Bringing this judgement to Steemit, also creates divide, and social classes. Its inherent in the design of the platform. Are you a minnow, a dolphin or a whale? Which would you prefer to be?

So, when someone sees my comment or upvote earned them a considerable value, they will look at my wallet and notice that I am no longer a minnow, but not quite a whale. This automatically gets their attention, and they will take the time to possibly follow me, but to also give me the attention above others whom may not yet be out of the minnow pond. So, wallet balance+reputation= More loyal followers. After all, they are here to grow themselves. By following someone with a significantly higher account balance then them, they are banking on leaving comments that will be upvoted by this blogger. This means, they will usually take the time to read, comment, and upvote their works.

This is why it is super important to reinvest in yourselves, and power-up every chance you can. The more you grow your account, the more followers you will gain. More followers equals more blog views and comments. More views and comments equals more upvotes. More upvotes equals more money. More money equals a higher account balance, and the cycle continues. That is the second key to success.

When you reinvest and power-up, you are also adding a compounding feature to your account. When you start Steemit, your upvote is only worth 0.01. This means, when you upvote your own comments, and blogs you are only able to give yourself 0.01 for your efforts. Maybe your first blogs only earn $1 each for the first month. This isn't much, but how many friends, and how many followers did you also gain? And most importantly, how much did you give back to the community, in thoughtful comments, or helpful advice? No one comes onto Steemit with the intention of just making one blog, and then giving it up. We all come aboard, full throttle, eager to become the next minted whale. Some of us just get stuck in the current, and give up. While others make their way upstream. Tired, yet eager to continue swimming another day. And this is why I truly believe that giving back to the community, will come back to us. You never know who the next whale will be, and you never forget the first people who took the time to help you out of the tidal pools.

So, by reinvesting your earnings and powering-up, your 0.01 upvote can become worth 0.05 after weeks, or a month. 6 months later, this could EASILY be worth $1+ (especially considering Steem is severely undervalued.) At this point, how many more followers do you have? How much do you think your blogs will make now, that your own upvote is worth more than you made on your first "Introduce yourself" blog?

Time+volume is the key to wealth in any market. If you don't have either, you will fail. And guess what? Months later, you will regret not sticking with the platform, and giving it an honest effort. I see this day in, and day out. Newcomers are amazed at the $100+ blogs, and extremely disappointed when their first blog didn't make them $1.00 or more. I understand this is discouraging, but you must take the time to make friends first. Spend a week reading successful blogs, leaving thoughtful comments, and contributing to the platform. Don't use Steemit solely for the money. I tell everyone to use it the same way they would Facebook. Follow authors who blog about topics you are passionate about, whether its sports, politics, money, or sci-fi. Use Steemit as your daily news source, and as a way to network with similarly-minded individuals. Get a tight group of friends, and join a community to help you along the way, and support each others' every blog to keep the wealth within.

When you open your phone to Facebook, and see someone liked a post you made. This makes us feel good yeah? Well, on Steemit imagine seeing this monetized. So the next time you sit on the toilet to do your business, take that 15 minutes replying to comments you have backlogged. Or read up on the latest Bitcoin ban in -insert country name here-.

And most importantly remember that;

Steemit is your business, your name is your brand. Stay positive, and reinvest for your future. Not for dinner tomorrow.

TLDR; Leave thoughtful comments. Help the minnows. Power-up.



XOXO,

Gilaine

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  ·  last year (edited)

Sorry for your loss and congratulation!

You have been victim of a @GrumpyCat flag because you or someone else sent money to buy votes from a non-GrupyCompliant service.

@appreciator is selling votes to people on their last hours posts.

The good news is that GrumpyCat selects the best and most deserving posts to flag for greater impact. Congrats! Your post also earned a resteem by @GrumpyCat.

To know what voting bot to use, refer to https://steembottracker.com/ and use those that have 3.5 day or less in the "Max Age" column.

To learn more: https://steemit.com/abuse/@grumpycat/non-gumpycompliant-vote-sellers-are-now-to-be-used-exclusively-to-profit-from-the-reward-pool)

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@grumpycat uses @appreciator! Downvote yourself, you hypocrite!

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Talk about a pile of shyte!

Someone come off like they have no friends in real life lol

Guys has 3 million USD of Steemit and he is trolling chat treads? I would call that a mental health disorder. I bet you he is afraid of the real world and taking of his pyjamas!

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AHhaah, i just upvote out of the massive laugh i had when I read "I would call that a mental health disorder"
PS: you made Me spill My "mate" enrages in argentinian xD

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Interesting, because this post was only done today. So when you mention 3.5 days or less, how did I abuse this?

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He is a troll trying to get rich of other peoples misery! Ignore that asshole.

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  ·  last year (edited)

You're not abusing, the bots you're buying votes from are.

@appreciator and @buildawhale by @themarkymark

They barely own any Steem so they don't give a fuck, in about 10 days the burden of my attacks will get relayed onto anyone using @blocktrades and @freedom delegated SP.

Maybe we'll see some changes then.

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Oh, I didn't realize this. I never try to cheat the system, and get votes at the last minute for blogs. :(

Thank you for the information. Even though it hurts me a lot to lose so much.

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  ·  last year (edited)

That's not true. @brandonfrye got dinged here https://steemit.com/steemit/@brandonfrye/steemit-upvote-bots-still-profitable-or-waste-of-money for using @jerrybanfield

The point is @grumpycat arbitrarily decides at random when to hit you. There is no safety.

Further, @grumpycat actually uses the non-compliant bots while punishing everyone else. No one punishes @grumpycat.

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that was 6 days ago @jerrybanfield fixed it after

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  ·  last year (edited)

Prior to that it was listed as GrumpyCompliant. Also, according to this @jerrybanfield still isn't compliant. I wouldn't call that "fixed"

The point is that none of it is trustworthy. It's all arbitrary. It can change on a whim and there is no standard or canonical definition of what is really compliant.

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@jerrybanfield he s so smart then mark zukerberg

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Rofl, wtf?

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waw, I didn't know bots can do this. It seems bots are making their way into the steem community lol.

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Where have you been, lol?

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The guy has no friends, why try to understand what he does? Misery loves company!

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Always has been part of it

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@purepinay If you don't want to cheat the system, then stop using upvote bots: They are forbidden in the terms of service.
I hope that one day soon everyone will join forces against the bots and make steem a fair place to be, but greed motivates in the short term.
You write in this article about how minnows are disappointed when they receive $1.00 for a post, but you are getting $1000 for six paragraphs and two selfies - AFTER a @grumpycat downvote. Do you think this is fair to all the newcomers to steem? Is it fair to the reward pool? How is using bots helping the platform or helping steemit's future?
It looks like you spent OVER 400 Steem Dollars to promote this post - that is gaming the system, no doubt.
I ask you to consider the title of your post and think about tomorrow, today.

Edit: I upvoted my comment, because @purepinay decided to downvote and hide my comment from view. Bad form, in my opinion.

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They're not forbidden and there isn't any terms of services.

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@grumpycat What the heck are you talking about? Terms of Service for steemit:

https://steemit.com/tos.html
From the Terms of Service:
{ 17. User Conduct

17.1. When accessing or using the Services, you agree that you will not commit any unlawful act, and that you are solely responsible for your conduct while using our Services. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you agree that you will not:
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17.1.3. Use any robot, spider, crawler, scraper or other automated means or interface not provided by us to access our Services or to extract data; }

When you are buying the use of an upvoting service, you are [USING] a [ROBOT] to [ACCESS] the [SERVICES].

That is pretty clear that bots are forbidden and of course there IS a Terms of Service.

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Read the first line of the TOS link you posted:

These Terms of Service (“Terms”) apply to your access to and use of Steemit.com

The TOS refers to steemit.com - the website you are likely looking at right now. Bots do not typically use the steemit website directly, therefore this TOS does not apply to them.

steemit.com is NOT the same as the steem blockchain

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Also @maneki-neko in the last 90 days, why have you given yourself UPVOTES of more than 30% of total outgoing? http://www.steemreports.com/outgoing-votes-info/?account=%40maneki-neko&days=90 You speak of gaming the system, do you think this is ok? @purepinay only has given herself 6.4% of total upvotes in this same time-frame. But lets just ignore that, right?

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So pretty much ALL bots are forbidden. You don't think that eliminates some of the fun?

It even says "spider, crawler, scraper". That pretty much eliminates the need for any useful third-party app that I can think of.

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jelous people, what is right? What is wrong? We or the world¿? I´ll follow you and i upvote you too.
can you?

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@maneki-neko, if you want to get rid of bots you have to get rid of the whole self-voting mechanisms altogether.

Just look at who's at the trending page. It's the same people voting themselves (with their $200 SBD Upvotes) and their friends (with $400 SBD Upvotes) at no cost to them but a press of a button. Again take a look at the trending page, do 90% of the content there warrant a $1K SBD payout?

For normal content creators like me, I don't have a $200 SBD Self vote. How am I going to get a crack at the trending pages? I don't know any whales and they're too busying upvoting themselves too go dig through content.

Please take a look what's happening overall on Steemit before condemning normal content creators who will have to use bots to keep up. Now, I question the use of $400 SBD to buy the votes because it's taking the voting power from the pool of votes on the bots.

Smaller content creators with less money are getting less for their ROI, but that's another issue worth discussing.

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you got the good point, invest and have people work together will make both money, why we can not team up? learn how people make their job done. As long as you make the money and have some fund to help other to make some.

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Actually, she downvoted your comment because it is not truthful and you are spreading misinformation. 1.) It is not forbidden. 2.) It is not cheating the system, it is paying for post-promotion. 3.) I know for sure she does a lot more for the community than you. You can easily see this by checking where her upvotes go, vs yours. She casts 100's of upvotes daily, and 99% of all her upvotes go towards minnows with an account value less than $100.

Look at her comments, and tell me she doesn't contribute to the community. She is very active on and offline, and gives back more than she takes.

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"and 99% of all her upvotes go towards minnows with an account value less than $100."

The implication being that it's better to vote for people who have no investment in Steem?

Are you a Marxist?

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You're so nice for commenting on this post. For that, I gave you a vote!

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I am not saying she doesn't contribute - she certainly does.
However -you guys are now attacking me for self upvoting 30% of the time.. lets do some math - 10 full power votes a day, worth about $0.50 each = $5.00 , 30% = thats less then $1.66 a day.
But actually - that is incorrect, because only recently has my vote has gone up so much with the rise of Steem, and I also have powered up more since the New Year- lets look at the past 3 weeks - self votes 13.9% ......I have posted every single day or multiple times per day making videos, so this is, as I thought, 1 single vote worth 50 cents, on a video that sometimes takes me 5-6 hours to produce, sometimes much more. - Wow what a criminal I am!

Way to distract from the fact that over $2500 dollars was spent to promote this post. Which will gain much more money than that in return. Which, of course, is draining the reward pool. Why not power up that 500 steem that was spent on the post and use it to further upvote minnows if its all about charity? This is why making bots normal really hurts steem. She has thousands of followers that look up to her and say - well the way to do good on steem is pay bots!

You guys keep saying that using bots is not forbidden, please read the terms of service until you understand it.

"17.1.3. Use any robot, spider, crawler, scraper or other automated means or interface not provided by us to access our Services or to extract data; "

This platform is not about who can pay the most for bots, but you all acting this way is turning it into that. All I ask is for the people here to think about tomorrow, today, as the title of this post suggests. If everyone here normalizes this type of abuse of the system, do you really think steem has any chance of becoming the next Facebook? We barely made it to half a million users and already this type of stuff is happening... Soon people will be paying $50,000 to promote a selfie. It's not a joke!

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you are right about it! work smart be creative.

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so you are saying here, your posts didnt earn much tho you put so much effort on it, maybe you should try another post not everybody likes videos lols

The platform is not perfect, we all know that. But don't blame her for using what's in the platform.

99.9% of her upvotes goes to minnows and helping them online and offline.

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Don't bother, nothing is ever gonna work.

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  ·  last year (edited)

I agree, she gives her upvote every singe day to newbies and less for herself, giving more to the communities and people don't see that, she is active offline and offline to reach and encourage more newbies not to give up.

If these bots are not allowed they should be removed in the system.
@purepinay has good intentions and not to harm anybody and I know this, they don't know how many minnows she is helping online and offline promoting steemit everywhere she goes.

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"she gives her upvote every singe day to newbies"

Ah, so the worst content available, generally?

Are you an anti-merit Communist?

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Happy to see some people like yourself speak out against the bots. I for one, will slowly remove anyone I am following, regardless of the merits of their content, if they are paying bots for votes. As far as bots that help me to curate and upvote content of my valued writers on steemit, I think this kind of bot is helpful and not harmful to the community. What is your opinion? I am looking at qurator, and steemvoter at the moment. I find that autosteem is the best because I can go through the material BEFORE the automatic vote goes through.

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Kind of a pointless endeavor. The horse has left the barn on this one.

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I joined steemit cause I believe I can use my talent to grow or even earn here cause the traditional way of earning money by working 8 to 5 is so tyring and stressful. Once I earned good. I thought steemit can give me financial freedom. But knowing about the bots, I feel so devastated. I can not earn here cause I dont have money to pay bots. If she cant sleep buy replying the coments I cant sleep either to make sure I made a good post or even trying to check if someone made a comment and appreciate my post.

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Voting bots is the equivalent of hiring an ad agency to handle your PR. There shouldn't be anything wrong with paid promotion. I realize there is paid promotion built in, but it's flawed.

Voting bots supplement the missing components that equalize the payout value for a post. In other words, payout is intended to be proportionate to the value of the content. Proportionality is intended to be determined by the community through votes. The trouble is you're not guaranteed votes or that proportionality by creating the content. Voting bots give that to content creators.

Without content creators, it's just be a bunch of @steem howto guides and nothing interesting.

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No, that is not a good equivalent. When you hire an ad agency you are using your money to promote, with bots you are doing that as well, but also contributing to a bot becoming larger and larger and funneling and draining the reward pool into the future. The reward pool is shared by everyone on steem, so if we all send 25% of our daily rewards to a certain group of bots, in exchange for their whale vote, we are draining the pool, and concentrating wealth in the hands of the bots, and also normalizing this type of promotion when really there doesnt NEED to be any promotion at all, just good content, comments, and networking. I agree with what you said about content, but you are not realizing that bots are putting a spotlight on not GOOD content creators, just RICH content creators. Like I said -what is stopping a future of steem where someone pays $50K to promote a selfie.. at this rate nothing. And, in my opinion, this is the single greatest threat to the future of steem. Who will adopt a platform like this?

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So in trying to argue against the comparison of a bot as an ad agency, you argue that it actually is? Huh?

Yes. Just like an ad agency, the bot grows to accommodate more clients. Funny how that works. It grows and grows. I get that the reward pool is finite, but really bots are supplementing an already broken promotional system.

Besides, it's not the bots that are actually being abusive. It's the users. Even without bots, the users would find a way to game the system and abuse the reward pool.

promotion when really there doesnt NEED to be any promotion at all, just good content, comments, and networking.

That is a fallacy. There is always need for promotion. There is a finite reward pool which means there is fierce competition for those rewards. Those with the STEEM power tend to be the ones getting all the rewards. I'd rather they be bots that want me to bid for their vote to promote my content than wasting it on self-voting for useless content.

that bots are putting a spotlight on not GOOD content creators, just RICH content creators.

Another fallacy. People that invest their own money to make their content visible are not RICH. They're savvy. Marketing is a necessity and an investment. Some of us have to use our hard earned local currency and convert it to STEEM to pay for this. Money they work hard for.

Now this is all based-on the concept that there is only an upvote. There are downvotes. Downvotes are tools for curators to correct the payout of content to acceptable levels.

This is where @grumpycat becomes an a real issue. @grumpycat indiscriminately punishes content creators trying to attack the bot. As I said before, you can't blame the feature for the abuser. Further, not all content creators are abusers. Some are just trying to do the converse which is get their content noticed and raised payouts to appropriate levels. @grumpycat tries to wipeout payouts which is why there is conflict. If @grumpycat were any normal user that said

Hey. This isn't right, let's get this lowered to a more appropriate payout. Things would be different.

That's far from reality and that is what will help the platform. So far EVERYTHING you have said is what IMHO will be a threat to the platform. Who will adopt a platform that isn't for everyone?

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I agree with you @maneki-neko good post. Will upvote.

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@purepinay sorry for your loss :( However I do enjoy your posts, so have an upvote!

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Sorry, didn't mean to flag. Just was flagging some spam, and some misinformation posts.

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  ·  last year (edited)

I support you my dear one @purepinay ... continue your good work , there are many other bots to chose from. Following you now in order to stay in touch and always send in my support...upped.

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Thank you, and you as well! :)

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I support you @purepinay :) following you! And btw, you’re soooo pretty 😍 #TeamPhilippines

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I support you too @purepinay, You do a good job with your posts and I will continue to support you.

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Thank you! And I will support you as well, but you have to blog more! Last blog you made was a long time ago :)

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It's not about you. You're the victim twice.

  1. @appreciator made you a victim by providing you a service someone else doesn't like
  2. @grumpycat made you a victim because they're that someone else

It's not your fault. You've been the victim of 2 @steem predators. Voting bots and @grumpycat

@grumpycat is waging war against voting bots. You got caught in the middle. @grumpycat doesn't care about you or even see you as a human being. He just wants voting bot blood and doesn't care if you have to suffer in the process.

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Well, you got 1k , more than your previous blogs, less than the next one, and a mean comment by the grumpy cat.

You also made a very, very informative blog that I'm sure will help us minnows through our steem future. So thank you and don't feel bad. You're great. 👍

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@purepinay take your time I like your posteidea and ur doing great jobe keep that I will comment for your post

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you up vote your self then rebuying steempower

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So, if @purepinay is not abusing, why did you flag her? Suppose you wanted to take down an "enemy", you could pay a non-GC-compliant bot to upvote your enemy and then you, @GrumpyCat would come flagging and finish them off.

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Again @GrumpyCat
is kinda doing the right thing. The best way to hurt a company is to hurt its customer. @GrumpyCat "enemy" is bots that help people abuse the reward pool. If he were to downvotes his enemies it would not do good their posts only make max $50 while people can make "last minute" votes at $200.

The best nope. But it best way to force bots to do it.

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Lol. Grumpy anti-abuse? Rofl. Keep sucking down the propaganda.

Yeah he's a real shining star:

Abuse 3.png

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Yeah, it makes it a gamble to use them. If everyone is aware there's a chance they'll lose everything they bid on the bot, it's less likely they'll bid anything.

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@oropeso It's all recorded in the blockchain.

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Just like you self voting yourself to the tune of 30% of all outgoing votes over the past 90 days. Its on the blockchain.

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I think it's funny you guys are attacking me for my less then 1/3rd of the time voting with my little $0.50 vote.
Like it's somehow comparable to paying bots $2500 for a huge payout. lol

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not attacking we are here to express what we think. @purepinay gives her upvote 99.9 % to minnows to help them grow and a lot of you doenst know that.

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BURN!!!!

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grumpy cat ftw \o/

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You mean the bots YOU'RE buying votes from. Go downvote yourself.

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I read your post and upvote it, due to @GrumpyCat :).
@GrumpyCat flaged your post, as the post was upvoted by a non-compliant vote service.
@buildawhale and @appreciator have a maximum Post Age which is higher than 3.5 days. So everytime, you are using those vote-bots, there is a change to recieve a flag from @GrumpyCat.

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Finally, a light shines on my head. I'm starting to understand the method to the madness.

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Pay for marketing! Get your name out there :)

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getting there! ^^

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well said :)

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I am new too, we find out how high steemit will rock by time

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You're so nice for commenting on this post. For that, I gave you a vote!

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  ·  last year (edited)

Thank you, I vote you too, win win for both , should be smile

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I like This.. :D
Follow Me :D :D
#Indonesia
#MusicIndonesia

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Seriously! $1,071.18 in 7hours? Wow!

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may nagreklamo na nga pusa:)

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Grabee naman. Ang daya!

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That's great.

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Haha, thats funny!

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what vote bot do u use?

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very nice blog . I admire your page . I m newbie here I hope one day I will propertie a page as like this :)

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IT Doesnt matter you're very cute.......up vote....yes u can

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“steemit is your name and brand” like that quote and post great help , one more thing those smile makes someones day complete in a positive way

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I'm really trying to understand your mission, @GrumpyCat. Your message says you flagged this post and your resteemed it. Those seem contradictory. How does this work?

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When you follow the @GrumpyCat, you learn how steemit really works. That puss made an example of ya all! All hail @GrumpyCat. Unless, you want GrumpyKingOfTheJungle to be on the prowl!!!!

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I believe he re-steemed it to advertise to more people that he flagged a post for using a non-compliant bot so that more people will be reluctant to use the bots in the future.

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I agree @oropeso.

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Very contradictory yea.

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Shit cat.jpe

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so why exactly have you flagged me @GrumpyCat ?

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@grumpycat, you seem to have taken on a holy mission. I looked at your page but could not find much info. Would you kindly tell us who you are and why this mission? You obviously understand this better than most of the idiots like me. So kindly help us along and say a bit more.

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Nice

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the cat like you so much that it must appear .

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You gave me many ideas how to become successful here on steemit.
Being a newbie is not so easy but,we all must try our very best.:)
Thanks @purepinay

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good job

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good post

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The cat is so cute and adorable

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The cat is so cute and adorable

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Bye-bye, grumpy-cat. Get downvoted. :) You're bad and you should feel bad.

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Never seen such a long conversation chain here on Steemit before ;)

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It's certainly quite the debate!

Good advices Gilaine, i am sure your success and positive spirit will inspire a lot of steemians and new users, keep going !

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R8..

Gilaine we joined steemit almost the same time, you worked hard to get where you are now, you motivate me to do more. If I had been as relentless as you are, I probably would have hit over $40k... Lol. Please never stop, thanks for your support most especially in welcoming New comers. You are amazing.

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She definitely is! She is very warm especially to newbies! I once met her in person because I won as the best comment in one of her posts! I am nobody and she's really special but she didn't hesitate in meeting me. Such a sweet, fine lady! Truly amazing!

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I agree! <3

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She's right. She always tell me to power up and leave more comments as many as I can in one day. Hi! @brindororp, I'm @purepinay's sister . thank you for your support for my sister.

Have a great day!.
Xoxo
@gerel

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Nice to meet you @gerel. You have an awesome sister. Let me follow your account too.

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