In this article we will discuss how to measure your competitiveness and improve upon it. This is a direct continuation of my previous article, so make sure you read that one to know what I am talking about:
Measuring your Competitiveness
There is a wonderful tool around called: Steemdb ,where you can check your stats.
Now you must record your stats, every single day, preferably around the same time, but if you have a big sample size then the error will shrink anyway. I tend to record it when I get free time and write it on a piece of paper if I'm at work, or write it into a spreadsheet:
- Create a spreadsheet file, where you will record your stats
- Search up yourself on Steemdb, by entering the URL of your Username like this:
- You will record the following daily:
Follower Power Rank,
Number of Followers,
Number of Followers Rank
- All of those are easy to find on your page, but there are 4 tricky ones:
Follower Power Rank,
Number of Followers Rank, so you have to go to Accounts and search up yourself from that list, based on different sorting:
- Rich List/ SP is for Vest Rank, and you see your Follower Power
- Social/ Followers is for Number of Followers Rank
- Social/ Value of Followers is for Follower Power Rank
So make sure you record them all, and record them every day, to see where you are going. Obviously if your rank is decreasing, your are competitive since your account grows better versus other people.
Here are My stats for Today:
|TOT F||TOTAL SP||MY POWER (MV)||MY VEST RANK #||F POWER (GV)||VAL F #||NR F #|
These are my stats for today, and you should have one of this too. My best stat is the number of followers I have, since I am the 275th ranking on Steemit based on the number of followers.
I am very competitive, because I keep track of my statistics and I know where to improve:
I have been blazing ahead in the rankings in the past 11 days since I keep this record, and as you can see, it's a good progress towards the top 100 Steemers.
What is the Secret?
My dedication to Steemit and a lot of hard work and research, but I have also wrote a guide in the past how to make your Steemit posts more valuable, maybe you should read it.