BE SEEN BY A MILLION EYEBALL ON THE SOLCIAL APP

Statistics shows that 4.48 billion people currently use social media worldwide, up more than double from 2.07 billion in 2015. Globally, the average time a person spends on social media a day is 2 hours 24 minutes; if someone signed up at 16 and lived to 70, they would spend 5.7 years of their life on it. The three main uses of social media are -finding content (done by 31.6 percent of internet users) -seeing what’s being talked about (29.5 percent) -finding inspiration for things to do and buy (27.7 percent).

Seeing every social media basically consists of content creators and users, they should be rewarded for their intellect and time as these platforms earn bigger from their engagements.

Solcial is a permissionless social network that gives users the power of web3 by allowing people to interact with each other without fearing censorship, and allowing content creators to be rewarded fairly at market value.

How to earn money on solcial Everyone on web 3 space wants to make money and Solcial allows you have your own token, with your own price and your own market cap.

Those who love your contents will buy your tokens and your market cap increases. You could decide to give you contents for free or put a price tag to it. This is where the subscription model comes in where you can decide for example, Mary should own 50 of my tokens before having access to my private contents. This way, you get your subscribers buy more of your token and that’s how the magic happens. Also as a user, by buying the tokens of someone, not only do you invest in them, but you also subscribe to their private content, that only token holders can see. You grow as the grow.

Learn more about SOLCIAL using this Links

Discord: https://discord.gg/solcial

Telegram: https://t.me/solcial

Twitter: https://twitter.com/solcialofficial

Blog: http://blog.solcial.io/

Website: https://solcial.io

Email: hello@solcial.io

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/solcial

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