Do you think that the lengthier a post is the more attention and rewards it deserves?

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Do you think that the lengthier a post is the more attention and rewards it deserves?


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Hello everyone!

I just recently found out about dpoll and decided to give it a try!

So since the majority of users are bloggers, even though vloggers are also doing great, I thought I should ask Steemit their opinion about the current distribution of rewards.

There are users that are indeed producing masterpieces and they deserve every cent, even when their payouts are hundreds of dollars. But what I consider a masterpiece, for you it might simply be a boring story / long article.

I know that quality is totally subjective. So my question is: Do you think that the lengthier a post is the more attention it "deserves"? Or...?


  • No. Long articles are boring.

  • Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort.

  • I prefer micro blogging.

  • I prefer posts that promote engagement even if it's a two lines post.

  • Other (plz mention)

  • I prefer photos.

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Voted for I prefer posts that promote engagement even if it's a two lines post..

Voted for Other (plz mention).

Yes. Especially if it´s also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort, I also like two line posts and photos

Voted for Other (plz mention).

it depends in every case...

Voted for Other (plz mention).

We all know good content when we see it, we should vote it up, the wisdom of the crowd takes over after that.

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Nailed it

Voted for Other (plz mention).

It depends on, there are good longs and bad longs, good shorts and bad shorts... Books are long texts, but can be very useful, containing all the knowledge of lifetime of a man. But also a simple quote, only one sentence can be very thoughtful, interesting, improving.
And sometimes one photo or graph can say more than long texts.

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I'll agree 100% with that

Voted for Other (plz mention).

No, because it could be a long post about garbage like a lot of them are. Most of them just drone on an on about nothing.

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True...

PS. Wtf are all these downvotes on your comment? Spam accounts?

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2 guys were trolling each other, I got in the middle and one of them has many many accounts and decided to start flagging me because he is a cry baby.. lol

Voted for Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort..

But it's of course important that it's not too long, or unnecessary long. However, a few thousand words are often fine for an interesting topic :)

Voted for Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort..

Voted for Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort..

Voted for Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort..

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Voted for Yes. Especially if it's also well written, because the author puts in a lot of effort..

Voted for I prefer posts that promote engagement even if it's a two lines post..

Voted for No. Long articles are boring..

Long posts are really boring to me.

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