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Tasks you can launch on the Self-serve platform

Following the successful launch of the Blade self-serve platform, it is now incumbent on individuals, and MSME business people to launch micro tasks that will see their brands mushroom within a short time. The benefits of having a vibrant social media account with active engagement cannot be overemphasized.

The tech team has put in a lot of work to provide users with a great experience. Why wait for years to grow your brand online when you can do it within a few days?

To have a successful impact, you need to clearly understand your target audience, define a clear strategy, decide on the social media platforms that are ideal for you, and develop quality content that you will be sharing consistently.

Some of the solutions you will get by using the self-serve platform include: track and verify results in real-time, ability to define several tasks and when they will run, get real followers (KYC verified) and accomplish your social media targets within a short time and cost-effectively.

You will now be able to launch these tasks seamlessly on the self-serve platform:

i) Twitter — follow, retweet, like, tweet, share link

ii) Facebook — follow, like a post, share a post, share link

iii) Instagram — follow

iv) LinkedIn — follow, connect, post, share a post, share link

v) Apple ios — app install

vi) Android — app install

vii) Referral signup — website signup via a referral link

viii) YouTube — subscribe, watch videos, comment on a video

Viii)Telegram — join group

ix) Discord- join group

x) Medium.com — follow, clap article

Sign up via this link to create your self-serve platform account. Read the step-by-step guide on how to create an account and get started.

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