Palnet - Testing The Tag
Wait. Are you saying I don't actually, neccesarily, have to use the Palnet.io frontend to create the post for it to appear on there? Are you saying that all I have to do is use the "#palnet" tag and I'm good to go?
You know me, I have to test everything for myself to see if it works. So this is a Palnet tag experiment of sorts.
So today is the first PAL payout as a result of earnings from posts. I will not be getting any payouts today because my first post on Palnet isn't yet old enough to make the cut. I was one day late in starting to post on there, so tomorrow will be my first pay out.
Anyhow, why would one want the ability to post on a different condenser, and not directly via Palnet.io? Well, for several reasons. The obvious one is - more money. It would be amazing if all my posts also showed up on Palnet and generated PAL tokens, but I realise that it isn't always possible for technical reasons. However, if simple blog posts on Busy, eSteem, Steempeak or Steemit get propagated onto Palnet simply by the inclusion of the required tag, then that's beyond awesome! There are many Steem based incentives for posting on Busy or eSteem for instance. You can keep benefiting from those incentives, and also earn PAL tokens too!
Apart from Steem related incentives, some of the other condensers have more advanced text editors and include desirable tools. The ability to save drafts is one, the ability to schedule posts is another.
One interesting test I just thought about while writing this is if it would work all the way from WordPress. I will most likely try that out tomorrow. Imagine that; I post on my website and it propagates to Steem and Palnet for the possibility of two sources of revenue. Happy days!
Peace and Love ✌🏿
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