Publish0x Has Managed To Succeed Where Others Fail
In my opinion, Publish0x currently has one of the best working models available in the Crypto content creation and blogging space, if not the best. The team has managed to get a lot right and provide an exciting platform for content creators and users seeking information and a good read. I make use of a number of platforms in order to share my views and activities within the Crypto space. Recently I posted "Read.cash - How The Changes Have Influenced My Blogging", in which I addressed one of the key elements that I believe Read.cash has managed to excel in.
This is the element of creating passive income from previous posts and not only current publications. Let's just be clear though, Publish0x does offer the ability to tip older publications. The only issue I have found is that once an article trends or ages, it disappears into an uncharted sea of older publications. I don't offer advice or opinions to platforms as I believe it is something that should be inquired of, unless of course there is actually a failure or break in service. This is not the case for Publish0x, I merely believe that what I am about to propose has the ability to make a great service even better.
Although readers may not be tipping older publications on Read.cash, the tipping bot is actively tipping quality content regardless of the publication date. As a result, older publications are equally exposed to the potential of generating earnings and an author's portfolio becomes timeless in the sense that every article is potentially monetized into the future.
Publish0x does offer a sorting box through which older trending articles can be sourced but this is only a handful compared to all the great articles that are archived.
Something That I would Love To See Being Added To Publish0x!
After reading and tipping an article on Publish0x, you will notice that you are offered a suggestion of 3 articles that you may enjoy reading. These are typically current articles, although I have noticed one from Scott Cunningham that was significantly older. This is great but imagine if that was adjusted in order to show the current options, as well as a "related option".
For instance, Mynima often posts about hobby mining. After reading a post about mining you may find yourself wanting to read more, or alternatively seek out more information on the topic. It would be great if you were given a further selection of say 3 related posts that are not chosen by date but perhaps popularity or any other meaningful metric.
This has 2 potential upsides for authors! Firstly, there is a chance that many of your older posts may now be brought back into the realm of earning income and being appreciated by readers. We all want to see our work go on to provide meaning and value long-term, right? Secondly, if as an author you have focused on a few key topics, you will have carved out a bit of a niche for yourself. This has the ability to establish you as an authority in your preferred avenue, as readers will constantly see your name being aligned with certain topics.
Readers obviously benefit, as they now have resources right in front of them and do not need to begin searching in order to find relevant articles. Often a google search offers up an old Publish0x article as a result and I always make it a point to tip the author, especially if the article was helpful. For me, it is important that great content be rewarded on an ongoing basis, regardless of time.
I hope Igor and the team will at some point consider such an adjustment, as I believe it will be beneficial for all Publish0x users.
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