My Steemit Profile Page

in profile •  2 years ago

With the addition of the new "website" field in our profiles, I thought I should put something interesting together. I don't have an actual 'website', so here is my Steemit 'profile' :)

About Me

Witness Campaign

Projects

Fun / Funny Posts

Steemit Related Posts

Great Posts From Others


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@timcliff i would like to discuss a project about bounties with you. I would be willing to invest time and money but would like someone to work with as a guide/coach etc. Any chance you can contact me? Maybe we can start with twitter @knircky or Philipp Knirck on Facebook or let me know how to get in touch.

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Can you message me on Steemit chat?

WOW Tim, what was Steem price at, at this point? :)

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Around $0.15 USD :)

Hey Tim,

I wife has been waiting over 6 weeks for account verification and reaserching how to fix this has made your name pop up a few time, can you help?

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Yes. Please head to steem.chat, go to the #help channel, and read the pinned messages.

Very good idea. Although I have websites, this might be more what I want to do too.

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You could have a profile page that lists your websites :) .. Or a website that lists your Steemit posts, hehe.

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Hi Tim, I think that is a good idea to list steemit posts on my website. But my website is an English learning website and I like to write about culture inside steemit. Would it not be a conflict of interest if I shared steemposts on a language platform? Just wondering?

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Not sure. It is your website, so it is totally up to you.

If you wanted to, you could create a 'hidden' section of your website which didn't have any links to it from the main page, and put all of your steemit related content there. (Just an idea.)

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you might try creating a subdomain like "steemit.yoursite.com" to keep things separate. technically you'd be on a different website. hope this helps!

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I think your first option is where I'll be going. Tho I already have my websites in my sig. I've been putting links to my posts at the bottom of each post and that has started to get unwieldy. The 100SP question though is - what do we do when we can't edit the post with new links any more...

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Create a new one :)

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A very interesting post sir @ timcliff congratulations
Valuable links information, thank you very much

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Thanks @jlufer! :)

Cool stuff! How do you have time to do all this tho? Did you quit your job or something?lol

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No, I still work full-time, hehe. Steemit pretty much takes up all of my time outside of work though - other than spending time with my spouse :)

Really smart idea @timcliff I had been thinking of doing a post that was like a table of contents or index of some kind to make browsing things easier, making it a post and linking it from the top is just real smart, I might get on this sometime this week. Great post and idea!

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Thanks! I was hoping to inspire more people to do the same :)

Hey Tim your work is nice man :D

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