I must admit that I didn’t register with LiteracyBase the moment it launched. I was still working on another writing platform that unfortunately suspended the rewards program so I was still hanging on waiting for it to come back. I am not entirely new in the online earner’s bandwagon and have been doing it for a couple of years now. And I know that a website’s longevity to continuously pay its members is as unpredictable as the Irish weather. So when LiteracyBase arrived, most of the members from the suspended website “relocated” but not me.
One of the reasons why is because I don’t want to simply jump the wagon only for the site to fold after doing so. I experienced it with another website where it promised high rewards and paid for a couple of months, only to fold while I was halfway through the minimum payout.
I can go on rambling about the other reasons (or excuses) why I didn’t – but that’s not the ultimate purpose of this post anyway.
I joined LiteracyBase around late May or early June – I can’t remember exactly. Following advice from fellow online earners, tips, and trying on tactics, I finally managed to make my first redemption for the month of August. It took longer for me to reach the cashout amount unlike the avid members here as my time is somewhat limited, too. I was somehow hoping to cash out for July but fell short.
So just in case you are wondering what are the steps or things I did to reach cashout, then read on.
1. Write at least one well-written and SEO-friendly article. LiteracyBase allows you to post ANYTHING. But the thing is, it will be compensated according to the quality and whether it is something that can provide big followers to the site, too.
2. Leave comments on your articles. Members in LiteracyBase can earn by interacting with each other. And with most members writing articles, it is easy to find newly published articles that you can drop a note and leave a comment. As the author of articles, I try my best to keep the discussions going so I try to be as diligent to reply to all blog comments on my articles. It not only keeps the interest to my articles alive but allows me to earn a few extra, too.
3. Share your articles. One of the things I love about LiteracyBase is the fact that I can (theoretically) endlessly earn per day. Unlike other online earning websites, LB does not have a “cap” to the maximum earning potential you can hit per day. So in effect, you can work as hard as you want on some days.
But can relax a bit when you can’t.
I do not plan to make any changes with the approach that I did to earn my first payout here. Similar to the rest of the guys, I am happy that the site pays on time and the rules so far for me are acceptable. Hoping for the best and for the continuous earning opportunity here for me, too!