5 ways to promote your ICO with bounties
Promoting initial coin offers could be a bit daunting. But there are at least five ways of doing that using the digital media, according to Zloadr.
A code for the coin offering is embedded by the project team in a pre-ICO signature announcement. Bitcoin Forum members of a certain status (usually Junior members and above) get a bounty for posting this signature, avatar or personalised text in their own signature space.
This is an increasingly common way to earn bounties, where participants are rewarded for joining the project’s Telegram Group and posting a regular thread.
Participants are rewarded with bounties for retweeting posts from the ICO team and thus promoting the event amongst peer groups.
Social Media Campaigns
Bounties for social media promotions often depend on the level of engagement of their audience. Likes, views, and shares may garner fewer bounties than sharing with an original comment, for example. Facebook and YouTube are the most popular platforms.
Original Content Creation
Bounties are frequently offered for creating original content such as a blog, or a YouTube or Steemit video promoting the project. Contributors are also rewarded for promotional posts on a cryptocurrency forum or trading site. The bounties will generally be proportional to the level of engagement by viewers, though creating original content should garner more bounty than merely sharing.
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