Why I Might Switch Completely To Busy.org + Steem Referral Links?


11 months agoBusy2 min read



Busy.org is an alternative front-end application that people use to interact with the Steem Blockchain. Their text editor is great and they have made amazing improvements on the user experience in general. I am seriously considering to switch completely to busy.org from now on...it's that good!

I didn't go on busy.org for months, it was only this weekend that I took a peep into it. To my astonishment, they have integrated referral links!

10% of their rewards for 30 days


To get there, first sign-up to Busy.org through SteemConnect. Then go to your Settings in the top right corner. You will see a link to "Invite".

Why I Might Switch Completely To Busy.Org

The Invite Link

The invite link is a pretty awesome feature. I would encourage everyone to share their busy.org invite links on their social media. It was a brilliant move by them to encourage onboarding through their platform.

Now that they have a really well functioning website, I think I'd rather direct the people I invite to join busy.org...I want people to have a good first impression and busy.org is the better option at this point.

Functioning Notification System

The fact that steemit.com notification system hasn't been repaired in months is quite annoying. Now on busy.org, I can see what's going on without having to wait for the Steemify Android App to come out.

Readability + Shareability

Compare reading my article from yesterday, ironically titled "Why Beauty Matters" on Steemit.com versus Busy.org .

The article found on busy.org is much more appealing to the eye AND much easier to share on Facebook and Twitter!

Less Buggy!

There are a lot of tabs that have bugs on my steemit.com profile. It's not easy to reply to comments, it shows the wrong reputation, sometimes showing that I have zero curation rewards, etc.

I like my front-end with less bug. Thank you.


Seeing how well busy.org is turning out to be really makes me happy and more confident in the future of the Steem Blockchain. I think busy.org has the potential to eat steemit.com lunch if Steemit Inc isn't careful about putting some efforts on the front-end.

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