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3년 전

Hello guys!

I came here in peace from Golos - this is Steemit’s fork for Russian-speaking community. My nick on Golos is @tr1n1t1. But now this media platform is going through difficult times, so I decided to register here.

I want to make friends and meet interesting people there. And of course to make money. But who don’t want to? So, what about me...

My name is Sasha. I am a “digital nomad” or a “tramp”, as my mom and dad call me. The last name is closer to me, because I travel mainly in the CIS, lol.

What will be this blog about? I'm interested in philosophy, nature, IT, crypt, e-democracy, anonymity, photography, startups, science fiction, science, psychology, ancient civilizations, psy trance amd ritual music, food, coffee, shamanism, ashrams, sex, books, art, self, Jews, etc. There will be everything that comes into my head. But I will write from the heart and I will write things, that can be useful or interesting for someone. Or funny:)

Also I like programmers very much. I think that the words as "neural network", "C++", "blockchain", "machine learning" sounds very sexy:)

Who might be interested in this blog? Anyone at all (I hope:).

Please advise me people that I might be interested in subscribing to) And what is better to write about.

P.S.: If I write something improperly, I will be grateful for the corrections.

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Welcome to steemit great blog btw. Keep it up and more power to you dear! =)

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Thank you! Very warm meeting) I will delve into the local life!

I think we are a part of something truly special here, and I welcome you! Another early adopter to this amazing technology.

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Oh, cool! A living person! I heard that there are a lot of bots here)
Nice to meet you. I also think that the future is beyond the crypt and similar technologies.

Welcome to Steemit!

Excellent "Guide for New Users" from @ Mountainwashere's

  • is also good for me to read.

Привет-привет! Чем больше Леди, тем круче вечеринка.

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О, свои люди в нашем сельском клубе! Рада встрече)

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Взаимно. Можете писать по-русски с тегом slovo, если хотите. Я там голосую за все посты ботом (ну, и читаю тоже).

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Вау, определенно буду. Спасибо за совет)

@Mountainwashere's Guide for New Users:

Welcome to Steemit! It's got a steep learning curve, but it's worth it in the long run if you keep putting in the time! Just know that it will take quite a while before you start getting attention and followers. The biggest secret to success? Keep posting high quality content regularly, and make sure to search out other people's posts, read them, and give relevant comments.

Tagging is extremely important. Always make sure to use all five possible tags, and to keep them relevant. You can always just tag something "blog" or "photography" or something else really general (so long as it's still relevant) to fill the quota if you need to- most of your tags should be established ones, though one or two less used ones are fine.

Posting more than four times a day can reduce your potential rewards, as well as turning off potential users. (I aim for one post per day most of the time.) Consistency is important, though, so try to have a regular posting schedule. You should also be sparing with resteems- only do it for really important posts. (I resteem a post once a month or less, generally.)

Always make sure to attach a photo to your posts! You should also have a finished profile: Write a description, add a profile picture and a banner- neither needs to be a photo of you, necessarily, but you should have something- and set a website.

There are a lot of really good resources out there for plankton and minnows (new users). You should check out the following groups and services, they offer a lot of valuable resources:

@thesteemengine (Check this one out first- they're an extremely supportive group that can help out in a lot of ways.)
@qurator (These guys offer an excellent liftime upvote to accounts that post consistent quality content.)
@steembasicincome (Another lifetime upvote option.)
@steemstem (The biggest and best STEM curation group in the game. If you're interested in writing or reading about science, check these guys out!)
@geopolis (A fairly new science curation group, this one's dedicated to the study of the Earth.)
@ocd (A curation group that seeks out undervalued new writers.)
@photocontests (Runs contests and provides other support for photographers.)

Much of the activity on steemit actually takes place off Steemit, on places like steemit.chat and discord. Learning to use them is a great idea.

If you haven't already, make sure to check out the official Steemit FAQ.

And, again, the biggest thing is just patience. Breakout successes are incredibly rare on Steemit- you've got to find your way to success through perseverance and hard work. It takes time, but you'll eventually succeed if you put in the work.

Please feel free to repost this guide on the posts of other plankton & minnows you run into (though I'd appreciate it if you credit me.) If it was useful to you, feel free to check out my posts and give me a follow!

Hello from Golos memeber! :-)

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Привет) Приятно здесь видеть своих!) Подписалась:)