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RE: Steemit Needs Series: Please comment with your ideas to improve Steemit!! | E. 9 | July 14th, 2017 | Community Engagement | Archives to help Developers / Community.
I have agreed and posted replies, and actual blog posts right on this subject.
One of them was on @dantheman / @dan's blog months ago --- he was a co founder of Steemit.
He is basically a genius. He disagreed though.
Do you remember his reasons for not wanting to do this?
Not exactly -- it had to do with the rewards curve/pool stuff again and tied it to the fact 99% of posts die off or do not get a comment even a week later.
If you look up my post on it, it was pretty detailed on that standalone subject.
I still get comments on posts months old, I know others do also.
Steemit keeps all the content, but we create it. The contents builds the site and I said we are all content creators, like authors or movie screen writers etc, -- their content does not have an expiry date for getting paid, was my main point.
I agree. I've posted and before I knew better, upvoted posts from months ago (guess it doesn't really matter as it doesn't effect anything). I'd be interested if youtube vidoes back up these statistics. Also, while that stat may hold true for posts about current events, I would think timeless posts (such as how to posts or guides) continue to grow pretty strong with time.
Haha I could go on and tried to find your post with no luck, but done beating a dead horse.
TY for the effort and dialogue today, I did appreciate all this.
I was AFK a few hours, got back in awhile ago, got my weekend series #SteemitCampfire post up and found it for you, you really might like this post a whole lot.
It was way undervalued and under commented on.
5 months ago:
Congratulations! You have been chosen to appear on another amazing edition of "Who to Follow Daily". Thank you for adding so much value to the Steemit community. Steem on!
I am sure lots of people reading my stuff say WTF also.
So who owns the copyright? These articles are found by google searches and steemit benefits and grows, but not the author? And most posts go on to oblivion not having made much of anything.
You are on the "money" there with this comment.
Maybe people need to talk a little more about copyright law