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sport-frei
Hello Scorum - What is going on?
Hello Scorum, As you might have noticed, I was taking a little break and with me my Scorum Patronage initiative. However I have always been following the Scorum project and I am glad that overall there is still some life here and things are moving into a good direction. Yesterday I made a post on the Scorum world platform but after a day I am kinda surprised how little is going on there. Kinda similar to the Scorum sports blogging site, however there are still several new posts showing up in a day. I remember from about three months ago, when I temporally stopped Scorum Patronage, because there wasn't enough interaction to keep it going. I wonder how many people are actually still blogging and how many are just watching the show from the side. At the beginning the blogging platform was on of the biggest hopes of this project and now it feels like it is rather left alone. I got the feeling the dev team is more focusing on the recent game idea which now seems to be the biggest hope of the whole project. Even the post reward has declined again, the value of one of my votes is so much less then it was before. I might be completely wrong, and I still hope both of the blogging sites will get the recognition they deserve. As I wrote yesterday, I am planning and hoping to become more active on Scorum as well and provide content on a permanent basis again. What do you think will be the future of the blogging site? Steemit or Hive seem to hold the biggest stake in that market, will Scorum be really able to keep up and compete with them. Any thought about that? Have a great week everyone and catch you again later... Love and Respect!
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sport-frei
Hello Scorum - What is going on?
Hello Scorum, As you might have noticed, I was taking a little break and with me my Scorum Patronage initiative. However I have always been following the Scorum project and I am glad that overall there is still some life here and things are moving into a good direction. Yesterday I made a post on the Scorum world platform but after a day I am kinda surprised how little is going on there. Kinda similar to the Scorum sports blogging site, however there are still several new posts showing up in a day. I remember from about three months ago, when I temporally stopped Scorum Patronage, because there wasn't enough interaction to keep it going. I wonder how many people are actually still blogging and how many are just watching the show from the side. At the beginning the blogging platform was on of the biggest hopes of this project and now it feels like it is rather left alone. I got the feeling the dev team is more focusing on the recent game idea which now seems to be the biggest hope of the whole project. Even the post reward has declined again, the value of one of my votes is so much less then it was before. I might be completely wrong, and I still hope both of the blogging sites will get the recognition they deserve. As I wrote yesterday, I am planning and hoping to become more active on Scorum as well and provide content on a permanent basis again. What do you think will be the future of the blogging site? Steemit or Hive seem to hold the biggest stake in that market, will Scorum be really able to keep up and compete with them. Any thought about that? Have a great week everyone and catch you again later... Love and Respect!
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sport-frei
Hello Scorum - What is going on?
Hello Scorum, As you might have noticed, I was taking a little break and with me my Scorum Patronage initiative. However I have always been following the Scorum project and I am glad that overall there is still some life here and things are moving into a good direction. Yesterday I made a post on the Scorum world platform but after a day I am kinda surprised how little is going on there. Kinda similar to the Scorum sports blogging site, however there are still several new posts showing up in a day. I remember from about three months ago, when I temporally stopped Scorum Patronage, because there wasn't enough interaction to keep it going. I wonder how many people are actually still blogging and how many are just watching the show from the side. At the beginning the blogging platform was on of the biggest hopes of this project and now it feels like it is rather left alone. I got the feeling the dev team is more focusing on the recent game idea which now seems to be the biggest hope of the whole project. Even the post reward has declined again, the value of one of my votes is so much less then it was before. I might be completely wrong, and I still hope both of the blogging sites will get the recognition they deserve. As I wrote yesterday, I am planning and hoping to become more active on Scorum as well and provide content on a permanent basis again. What do you think will be the future of the blogging site? Steemit or Hive seem to hold the biggest stake in that market, will Scorum be really able to keep up and compete with them. Any thought about that? Have a great week everyone and catch you again later... Love and Respect!
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andercyou
Having A Hard Time Creating A Tech Blog? Try These Ideas!
Online blogging is an often, misunderstood tool for creating customer confidence and establishing a relationship with your clients. Relax and avoid the confusion of creating meaningful blogs by learning the tips and tricks of those who do it every day. Read on to gain the needed insights to make your own blogging efforts pay off for you. Blogging is about writing. If you don't like to write, you probably won't enjoy blogging. But if you've never tried writing, you may have an as yet undiscovered talent that you would enjoy. So try writing a few practice blog posts. Write about something interesting to you. If you enjoy writing, then blogging may be for you! Blog on a regular basis. Don't be like other beginning bloggers who don't update their blog frequently after starting it. This mistake will cost you readers. Any readers who are initially interested will lose interest if they have to wait a long time between posts or updates to articles. A great idea is to make a new blog update weekly and update your readers by email. Try writing from your own experiences. Write openly about items you know about and write your feelings about them without fearing being wrong. It tends to be a big mistake to copy from experts than to learn from your own errors. Your personal experience is the most precious blogging asset that you have. So you see that blogging is indeed a skill, but one that can be learned by anyone with a sincere desire to establish a solid relationship with those who visit their website. Just because your customers are not ones that you meet face-to-face, does not mean that the personal element should be disregarded. Enact the techniques learned here to be a better blogger and a valued supplier for your clients.
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andercyou
Having A Hard Time Creating A Tech Blog? Try These Ideas!
Online blogging is an often, misunderstood tool for creating customer confidence and establishing a relationship with your clients. Relax and avoid the confusion of creating meaningful blogs by learning the tips and tricks of those who do it every day. Read on to gain the needed insights to make your own blogging efforts pay off for you. Blogging is about writing. If you don't like to write, you probably won't enjoy blogging. But if you've never tried writing, you may have an as yet undiscovered talent that you would enjoy. So try writing a few practice blog posts. Write about something interesting to you. If you enjoy writing, then blogging may be for you! Blog on a regular basis. Don't be like other beginning bloggers who don't update their blog frequently after starting it. This mistake will cost you readers. Any readers who are initially interested will lose interest if they have to wait a long time between posts or updates to articles. A great idea is to make a new blog update weekly and update your readers by email. Try writing from your own experiences. Write openly about items you know about and write your feelings about them without fearing being wrong. It tends to be a big mistake to copy from experts than to learn from your own errors. Your personal experience is the most precious blogging asset that you have. So you see that blogging is indeed a skill, but one that can be learned by anyone with a sincere desire to establish a solid relationship with those who visit their website. Just because your customers are not ones that you meet face-to-face, does not mean that the personal element should be disregarded. Enact the techniques learned here to be a better blogger and a valued supplier for your clients.
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andercyou
Having A Hard Time Creating A Tech Blog? Try These Ideas!
Online blogging is an often, misunderstood tool for creating customer confidence and establishing a relationship with your clients. Relax and avoid the confusion of creating meaningful blogs by learning the tips and tricks of those who do it every day. Read on to gain the needed insights to make your own blogging efforts pay off for you. Blogging is about writing. If you don't like to write, you probably won't enjoy blogging. But if you've never tried writing, you may have an as yet undiscovered talent that you would enjoy. So try writing a few practice blog posts. Write about something interesting to you. If you enjoy writing, then blogging may be for you! Blog on a regular basis. Don't be like other beginning bloggers who don't update their blog frequently after starting it. This mistake will cost you readers. Any readers who are initially interested will lose interest if they have to wait a long time between posts or updates to articles. A great idea is to make a new blog update weekly and update your readers by email. Try writing from your own experiences. Write openly about items you know about and write your feelings about them without fearing being wrong. It tends to be a big mistake to copy from experts than to learn from your own errors. Your personal experience is the most precious blogging asset that you have. So you see that blogging is indeed a skill, but one that can be learned by anyone with a sincere desire to establish a solid relationship with those who visit their website. Just because your customers are not ones that you meet face-to-face, does not mean that the personal element should be disregarded. Enact the techniques learned here to be a better blogger and a valued supplier for your clients.
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Steemit Freewrite House
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peteupdated
Steemit Freewrite House
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peteupdated
Steemit Freewrite House
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