Steemfounders was created to enable new and valuable creators to be introduced to the network, and to be discovered and appreciated by the community to fund their account creation. For this to happen, however, you, the new user, must allow us to get to know you better
At Steem, each published post earns money, and how much it earns depends on the number and power of votes allocated by the community. However, the number of votes that each user can cast is not unlimited - not enough - and it is relatively low, which means that users with a strong vote will tend to choose the content that they consider to be the best and most valuable. That's why, when writing your first post with Steemfounders, the new author should try to get the best he can!
Here are a few basic tips that can help you get the most out of your work and increase your chances of getting an account quickly:
Let us get to know you! This is not a requirement, but it's great to have your first entry showing who you are, what you want to present, what you do, and how you found your way to Steem and Steemfounders. If you already have some experience in creating content, it's also worth sharing it with us. But if you don't feel comfortable introducing yourself, or if you just think it's better to write an article - just do it, Steemfounders doesn't impose any form.
Take a look at what is popular on Steemit - what posts are actually rewarded and what level they represent. Your post does not have to look beautiful - this will be done by the moderator responsible for proofreading your text before it is published, but it is worth it to be rich in content. A great place to search for the most valuable posts will be the @curie account [CLICK]- a group dedicated to finding the best, undervalued content on Steemit. It is worth taking a look at these examples as well:
Examples of "introduceyourself" posts:     
Examples of articles:     
It is a good idea to include at least one, or preferably several illustrations in your post. However, remember that your post will be monetized by you, which means that the graphics you choose must meet the appropriate licensing conditions. For example, you can't use a photo you've found on someone's blog thoughtlessly - it's not your property, it's better to use the free graphics provided by pixabay.com, or take a photos/images yourself.
Let your entry not be a wall of text - the moderator will make it look nice, but do not make it more difficult for him to do so - divide your post into paragraphs, use headlines and put images in from time to time. How your post presents itself can determine how many votes it receives from the community.
Be original! Let the content you share be unique and competitive. Try to write about what you are interested in - the more unusual your interests are, the better. Don't transcribe wikipedia, write in a reader-friendly language - create value and show that it would be good if you had a place in Steem! Under no circumstances should you copy your text from elsewhere on the web, even if you are the owner of that text - every plagiarism will be detected and prevented for publication! If you publish an article, it would be a good idea to provide links to both the sources of information and the graphics you use.
Let us be in touch. With your questions it is worth to have a look at the Discord channel of Steemfounders group. There you can contact me and the entire Steemfounders team, ready to help you and answer any questions you may have about the platform. It's also a good idea to enter Discord so that the moderators can contact you.