Stop tagging Steemit Team and Country Representatives in your blog posts except ... .
For over three months now, we've been reviewing and curating all posts in the Steem Cameroon Community. This implies, you no longer need to tag or mention the Country Representatives or Steemit Team in your blog posts.
We review and curate posts based on the date it was published and making sure we curate from oldest to newest posts. During our Community blog review, we curate all posts with @steem-cameroon community account while making recommendations of quality posts for curation by @steemcurator04 and @booming and when necessary, we make recommendations for @steemcurator01.
We also ensure no Steemian gets more than one #booming or #steemcurator04 upvote per voting cycle which usually lasts for about 10 days. By doing this, we are promoting an equitable distribution of upvotes among all Steemians of our Community.
To this effect, we are once more reminding all Steemians of our community of some basic tagging rules;
- No tagging of @steemcurator01, @steemitblog, @booming, @steemcurator04 or any curator accounts in your posts.
- No tagging of the Country Representatives or MOD (@saxopedia, @thegreens, @fombae and @majerius) in your Posts.
- Stop tagging a long list of steemians to your posts.
The only Steemians permitted to tag the Country Representatives or MOD are newbies who were introduced to Steemit by them or Steemians who had a direct encounter with them and needed to write a post.
For instance, if you were with a CR and wanted to write your diary game, it’s O.K. to tag the CR.
If you were writing a post that concerns a CR or MOD, it's O.K to tag the CR or MOD.
If you are participating in a contest organized by a CR or MOD, its O.K to tag the CR or MOD.
What will happen if you tag?
If you tag us, we may likely not curate your post nor review your blog for the week. This implies if you tag a CR and on checking the post he realized he didn’t have an encounter with you nor the post does not directly concern him, he will not curate your post nor review your blog.
However, if you must tag, make sure it's absolutely important.
Why are we doing this?
We are doing this because we want to equitably attend to all Cameroonian Steemians: We want to review your blogs once every week hence, there is no need for you to tag us. We have already created a mechanism to review all Cameroonian Steemians' blogs and reviewing blogs means reviewing all your posts.
Another reason we are doing this is to ease the work between the Country Representatives and Steemit Team. Reducing tagging by Cameroonian Steemians is reducing notifications hence; increasing the visibility of the tag. This implies if @thegreens checked his notifications it will be easy for him to view a tag from @saxopedia or the Steemit Team and rapidly respond to the tag or mention.
If only the CRs tag the Steemit Team (@steemcurator01), it will be very easy for them to view and respond to the call. Note should also be taken that the Steemit Team had discouraged the tagging of their accounts to posts.
Thanks for understanding we look forward to a better Steem week.
Written by @thegreens