It's Crypto Mondays - Measuring Your Growth On Steem

in dtube •  2 months ago  (edited)

Sometimes as affiliate marketers we are too worried about 'learning the blockchain'...Instead of using the blockchain...

That's what is so unique about Steem...

We can focus on content creation and just using this stuff...And the more we use it the more we 'learn' it...

Tonight we talked about measuring our growth by actually using this blockchain for our content creation and marketing journey!

The 'Official' CTP Merchandise store is open for business.

The Union Is Here!

Blockchain meets Affiliate Marketing....

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CTP Token on Steem-Engine -

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Great show, and thanks for the recordings that exist! :) Also, thanks for the mention inside the show... I know I'm not too competent to speak about the TE industry, but I like to throw my opinions sometimes...

And it looks that it was a good thing to do... At least, my post provoked a lot of engagement and some really awesome comments from really great CTP people... We have to work together to keep those people close as some of them are growing really nice... And, if they grow, we grow also...

I will try to re-schedule my time that I can participate in live webinars, but very often, I had bad headaches the next day because of not sleeping... lol...

Anyways, great show as always and a lot of great information, tips, and tricks!

Dude, I appreciate the controversy...Because the issues you are bringing up should be discussed. It's a fantastic debate for sure.

Yeah folks I'm back in the video race... The nerves killing part on that is that's at 3 AM local time in Germany @jongolson

Welcome back man!

Thanks for a really great show Jon and Blain, and a lot of very great advice inside, I am using Steemitboard from your recommendation way back like February or something, and nice that you will have a members training module in CTP, I will go away to the funeral for my grandmother the next 2 days, so I will be a bit less active I think the coming days, but after that I will make suree to make a small video for this, keep up your great work.

Urgh sorry for your loss man. Thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.

Thank you very much, it's appreciated. 👍🙏

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Thanks for a great video and show @jongolson, and really nice to hear that the IPN is up and running, and the members training module sounds great, it adds a ton of value to contribute, and thanks for all great advice, and love the kid joining the show, keep up your great work, it's awesome.

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Thanks @jongolson and @blainjones for another epic webbie.

"The Dip nature's entrepreneurial filter" is a new expression for me, just goes to show what happens when you stop reading books! Yep, too easy to give up and walk away.

When the late Sir Edmund Hilary arrived back in New Zealand in 1954, a radio interviewer talked to him live, something like this: "Wow, Sir Ed, you conquered Everest, that must have been so hard, why did you do it?", and Sir Ed's classic reply: "Because it was hard, that's why I did it!". Sir Ed was ranked #1 in the greatest explorer of the world rankings from 1953 until Neil Armstrong leaped into that #1 spot in 1969. Back in 1953, New Zealand had a population of about 3 million, so from a little country a great man emerged.

Doesn't matter where you are nor your upbringing, take those first steps and persist until you have the confidence and ability to climb mountains. When Sir Ed stood on top of Everest with his mate the late Tensing Norgay, what did they see? More mountains to climb!