RE: I'm going to call Haejin 'The Marmite Man'! Brits will know what I mean ;)

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I'm going to call Haejin 'The Marmite Man'! Brits will know what I mean ;)

in haejin •  last year 

Hi @bashadow I've only just seen this, so I apologise for taking so long to reply. Thank you for taking the time to respond to my post. You ask what I want to use steemit for, and if i'm completely honest, I don't really know. I could probably say yes to all of the points you mentioned. I want to socialise with interesting, intelligent people, create entertaining posts, and make a bit of money at the same time. I would love it to replace fb, twitter etc. cause they really grind my shit. But what i've experienced, it doesn't seem overly sociable. Do people socialise on discord, and use steemit as their blog? I'm not 100% sure how the social side of it works? I have been racking my brain about what I can do, and the thing that appeals to me most is doing videos for Dtube. I also write short stories and screenplays mainly. What about if I write a screenplay, and post a scene at a time? Do you think people would be interested in that? Anyway, thanks again for your advise, it's very much appreciated.

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There are a few people that like to read on steemit, me being one of them, so a screenplay being released could make a go of it. Steemchat, and discord chat are fairly active parts of steemit, and most of the teamcanada, teamusa, teamaustrailia, and other team this or that generally have discord chat channels of steem chat channels. so chat is indeed a part of the steemit social side. One of the plus blogsides is that there are few trolls, there are a few of them, but not to many so your blog does not get filled with to much garbage.
Zappl is a twitter equivalent for steemit.

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Thanks bud, I will definitely start getting involved in the social side more. Also, do you know who I could ask a question about Dtube?

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The creator @heimindanger, is pretty good at responding to comments and questions. You can visit his site, take a quick look at his comments, and then some of the replies, and if you don't find your question or answer there, just leave a comment on one of his post that apply to your question.