Streemian is a pretty cool service that you can use to help you grow your Steemit account. When it works, that is. However, there are so many different options within Streemian and it’s tough to know which ones are going to help you the most.
Watch this video to learn about the top services on Streemian that will really help you with your Steemit account. If videos aren’t your thing then check out the transcript below to read all about the Streemian services and what they can do for you!
Streemian is a great service that you can use to help you grow on Steemit. There are a lot of different options, a lot of different things you can do, on there. What are the most important things for you to do on Streemian to help you out on Steemit to make your life a little easier? Find out, coming up next.
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Today we are going to talk about a cool service called Streemian. Now, Streemian is a place that you hopefully are already connected with- you’re already signed up. If not, get over there, get signed up. Get verified so you have the top tier or freemium services. The premium stuff- it’s free so you don’t have to worry at all about that- but get connected and verified so they know you’re a real person so you can start using these services.
The best ones for you to use, in my opinion now, are the following fanbase scheduled posts, and then I have two that you could maybe consider, which are curation and syndication. And then, one that right now is currently offline or degraded, but if they put it back online it would be my number three which is the RSS feeds. So, we’re going to talk about all those right now.
The first one: Fanbase.
Fanbase is something you’ve got to use if you follow some authors and you like what they’re posting. Like, for example, if you love these videos, if you’re really into them then you want to follow the @SteemitVideos account now, then you can post that in your fan base type in @SteemitVideos. You can choose that you want to vote on their posts after 15 minutes and then, whenever that @SteemitVideos account posts- Boom- you’ll vote on them early, right away. So, then when their posts grow you can get some good curation rewards.
Same with you if you want to do it for @Spencercoffman. You can do the same thing. You can type that in there- Boom- any time you put a time limit on there. If you’re sleeping and I post, you voted on it. There’s a video I made check it out in a card here about automatic voting. You can participate in that with a lot of different services. Streemian fanbase is one of them.
The next thing, number two, is Scheduled Posts.
This is like my favorite because it just makes life so much easier. You can type out your posts on Steemit, add in all your pictures, video, whatever links, all your markdown content. Then when you’re done, instead of hitting ‘post,’ you can copy and paste it and put it over in Streemian. You can set the date, the time, you can schedule posts for up to 30 days in advance. You can schedule two posts per day, one post per day, every other day, whatever you want to do. Schedule them for 30 days in advance and then you don’t have to worry about it being posted. You don’t have to worry about getting on. “Oh, my goodness! I got to get on there and make my post.” No. It’s scheduled. No big deal.
So, you can just do that like maybe two times a month. You dedicate three hours a day and type out some posts, again, I’m scheduled. And you do that and just keep yourself about a month ahead so that you don’t have to worry. You decide to go on vacation, you lose power or electricity for a couple days- no big deal. I’m still posting. The only dilemma would be if Streemian goes down, which could be a possibility they’ve gone down before. So, if they go down just make sure that you have all your posts backed up.
So, the best thing to do is copy and paste them all over into Streemian, then copy and paste it all into like a notepad, or WordPad, or TextEdit file. Save it on your computer and- I usually just save mine as the file date, you know. So, if you’re going post on whatever, you just do month, year, or the month, day, and then what time you’re posting. Keep in mind on Streemian the time is UTC. So, whatever time UTC, you’ll want to make sure that corresponds with whatever your time zone is wherever you want to post. So, that’s something to pay attention to as well, but I highly recommend using the schedule post feature.
Then the other two things are Curation which you can follow good curators. Now, this is kind of like the fanbase but you’re following someone’s whole account. So- like if you followed me, I’m not a curator- but if you follow me as a curator, everything that I vote on you would vote on as well. So, you’re going to end up dishing out a lot more upvotes. Your vote value and your vote power is going to go down and it’s going to be tougher to build it up. So, that’s something you may want to look into to see if it’s right for you.
The next one is Syndication. Now, this would be like if you have a WordPress or a blogger blog that you frequently post to, you can use Streemian’s syndication feature to automatically share them from WordPress or blogger over to your Steemit account. So, that’s something that you might want to look at and see if it works for you or not. Again, it’s kind of a feature that is kind of developing/testing whatever, so it may not work 100%. So, it might be best for you just to create all your posts and use the scheduled post feature, but you can check out curation and syndication see if they’re for you or not.
The last feature that I personally think is like my top 3, however currently it’s degraded, is the RSS feature. This means they created an RSS feed for every user on Steemit. You can have people subscribe to that feed. You can have people follow it, whatever. You can use it for automated posting. Like, if you use ‘if-this-then-that,’ you can check out the playlist I have with all the ‘if-this-then-that’ or IFTTT videos teaching you how to automatically share your content from Steemit to Facebook/Twitter/Social media/ all over the place using ‘if-this-then-that.’ And that runs on RSS.
So, Streemian, if they had the RSS up, you could use that. However, unfortunately, it’s currently down and I don’t know how long it’ll be down or if they ever plan on bringing it back. But, if they do that would be an excellent feature for you to take advantage of. If you need any other RSS, they do have some available. You’ll check out those videos you’ll see in the description. There’s a different feed for you to use.
So, those are my top Streemian services that you should use: the fanbase, scheduled posts, and then curation syndication, and then RSS if it comes back. Check those out see if they’re for you. If you have any other favorite services by Streemian, post them in the comments below. Check out other people’s comments. Reply to them. Give us some feedback. See what they are. If you have any you know hints and tips on using Streemian, feel free to post them down there. We’d love to hear from you. In addition, if this is your first time on this channel, I would love to have you subscribe. It’s all about making it known to you so you can make informed decisions about the tools you need to be successful online. Until next time.