Going Social.

in socialmedia •  2 months ago


The best rebrands are the ones you didn’t see coming. Unfortunately when it comes to Steemit, there’s little you can do in terms of rebranding but I’ve decided to make the best use of what I’ve got.

Starting out, I didn’t really have any idea what I wanted to do. Asides from the fact that I wanted to do well. With the fever of the new year came big expectations 😂 but at the end of the day, it feels as though there’s greater joy in little wins than chasing the big storm.

Little wins will eventually form a big storm tho. So going for the “little wins” shouldn’t be seen as an excuse to avoid the “big storm”.

For a while now, I’ve not really been into the longform type of content and this was by no conscious effort of mine; it was just something I discovered along the way. I didn’t put much thought into it till it occurred to me that this blog could just turn into a place a try to share my thoughts on whatever is going on in my head.

Steemit is social media afterall.

Fortunately for me, I’m not a very “long thinker” so my thoughts, that I’ll be sharing, will most definitely be short 😂. They should, however, always have a reason and something you’d take away from it. This “something” could either be “oh this dude is smart” or “Mehn, this guy is so stupid for thinking this way”. Either way, it should always stir up a reaction in you! 😎

Now if this post doesn’t stir up a reaction in you, let me know in the comments! And if it did stir up a reaction in you, I’ll be so happy to know what it is! 😁

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Right now it seems the economic incentives of Steem have made it such that there isn't really much demand for content at all, at least not via the reward pool. Not social nor long form blogs. Or more accurately the share of the reward pool going to this is low, and so is the reward pool itself (it's about $30,000 a day now I think among 15,000 active daily authors (and some of that is curation). If you're making $2 a day on Steem you're doing well, comparatively.

I have been skeptical of SMT's but there's a possibility Ned's GPT token could turn it around, depending on how it's done.


I try not to let the price of Steem affect the quality of my work but it seems the quality of what I read affects the quality of what I create 🤦🏽‍♂️. That was a scenario I should have thought of and dealt with appropriately but it’s too late now.

The idea of treating Steemit as a true social media perhaps gives some sort of relief an feeling that “I’m probably not doing a bad thing” whenever those short form posts are put out.

I should check out the GPT token; been out of touch with happenings lately.



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Uhmmm...We'll be watching out for this new brand of your...we wouldn't mind your short posts as long as they are as original as the Fi we are used to..lol