... as long as you keep working seriously.
Endurance is needed.
I've read a lot about how Steem may increase its value due to a greater demand. A way to do that is to attract more people to Steemit.
By the way... Are you bringing friends to Steemit? I am!
This brings us to Steem Power.
If you want Steem Power you can buy it or earn it by posting and curating. Putting the buying option aside, let me focus on the authors and curators rewards.
- If I post and curate well, I get Steem Power.
- The same is true for my followers. They also become more powerful because they post and curate frequently.
We are growing together.
This can take time but has a great potential.
Currently I have 129 followers. For simplification purposes imagine that I won't get any more followers and that we all have 1000 SP. Let's say 50 of my followers curate my posts frequently and always upvote at 100%.
So I have 50 people with 1000 SP upvoting my posts but we are all slowly getting more SP.
In time, I'll have 50 people with 2000 SP upvoting my contents.
We keep posting and curating each other and one day we'll all have 3000 SP.
The snowball gains momentum
We go on with our lives and one day we all have 10000 SP. Way better that when we were trying to help each other but upvoting with 1000 SP wasn't much of a help.
Experience helps. By then, I'll write and curate better. Guess what? My loyal 50 followers will also be better.
One day I'll wake up and realize I belong to a group of 51 people with 50 000 SP each, that reward each other contents.
3. Build your network
Unless you are one of those users repeatedly complaining about how Steemit isn't that great because you are not being rewarded as you think you should. In that case, don't bother writing or curating. You just have to build a better platform. We'll be here to congratulate you.