Hello, all you beautiful Jukely users! We’ve heard through the grapevine that you want to know how to earn more DRUMS tokens. Pay attention to the following five tips and recent examples and you’ll be rolling in the DRUMS soon enough!
Had this locked into my calender for a while know, melodic house & techno from Rathsman and Kiasmos i… https://t.co/ZAMMVLSGyB @jonasrathsman @XOYO_London Jonas Rathsman at XOYO
— Joe Davies (@Le_Mole) August 11, 2018
1. Share the Hype/Review on Social
This one seems obvious, but it’s by far the most important out of anything you do below. Getting tokens is all about getting eyes on the band you’re writing about, so if you don’t share it, no one sees it, no one clicks it, and you don’t earn anything.
Another important part about sharing your hypes and reviews is not oversharing. No one wants to be spammed, right? It’s all about balance.
There is a band called "Ross From Friends"?!?! It would be awesome if David Schwimmer was the front m… https://t.co/sUsJAFW4Kx Ross From Friends – Family Portrait @russfrumfrunds
— Adrienne N (@Y0ADR1ENNE) August 2, 2018
2. Use Your Words
If you want eyes on your review or hype, you need to actually write a review or hype. A simple emoji or single word isn’t going to get eyes on it. If you’ve written something so short that anyone can read it all before clicking on your link, they’re most likely not going to click it.
great clean crisp guitars; heartpounding drums and good vocals you can actually understand! havent he… https://t.co/6hjVd3YDZO @WeAreCMK @CATILive Call Me King at Come and Take It Live
— Christian Catellier (@christian3cmb) August 2, 2018
3. Make Them Want More
If you’ve written something so intriguing from the get-go, your opportunities are limitless. When you write a hype or review, pretend that you’re a pro, and you’re only giving them a taste at the beginning.
After writing about Lou Reed’s Transformer, Furman comes back to Chicago to please our ears as a perf… https://t.co/yI1M4BQIHD @EzraFurman @beatkitchenbar Ezra Furman at Beat Kitchen
— peggah (@peggah) July 26, 2018
4. Why Would You Click It?
Yes, you. If you read your review or hype and don’t want to click it, why would anyone else? That should be the final test before you click submit, “Would I want to read more about this band?” If the answer is that you don’t, add a lil’ something to take it up a notch. Your readers will thank you, and so will we… with tokens!
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— foxmccloud (@rockkorey) July 18, 2018
5. Bring on the Details
There are a few things that will bring your reviews and hypes to a better place and those are details. Which of the following bands would you be most interested in?
- Great band!
- There’s not another band out there with as much energy as this band. The craziest part about the night though had to be…
HAD TO BE WHAT?!
Number 1 shows me that the reviewer likes the band, but nothing else.
Number 2 tells me nothing.
But number 3, I want to know what band it is and what the craziest part of the night was.
It’s all about the details, my friends.