Let's analyze our RC (Resource Credits) - The Power of Comments

in #steemit3 years ago (edited)




A dear friend always made me see the importance of the exchange of ideas that occurs in the comments of the publications.

He tells me that it is the best way to create real commitment with our contacts and followers.

I totally agree.



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Let's analyze the power of our Resource Credits (RC)

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Here we can see the information of an account with 16 mana resources.


According to the information provided by Steemd, these resources are sufficient for:

  • 15 comments. This is: 1 comment = 6.66% of total resource credits.

  • 247 votes. This is: 1 vote = 4.40% of total resource credits.

  • 96 transfers. This is: 1 transfer = 1.04% of total resource credits.

Then we can conclude that the "cost" higher corresponds to the comments.


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We should take this information provided by Steemit and reflect on the "value" of our comments.

We are in a community, this implies that we interact with our peers. People who have our same interests.

So, what better way to interact but with a valuable constructive comment?

The best way to demonstrate our interest and appreciate the work of others is to leave a valuable comment. Not just a couple of words.



So let's take advantage of our comments, be aware of the price / value relationship and create dynamic idea exchanges.


There is the secret ...



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I will be receptive to your valuable comments on this.

@juanmolina

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My tip for new steemians with low RCs: don't answer every comment to your post with a separate reply. Wait a day and then make reply to all commenters in one comment while mentioning them. You can engage with people while saving RC :)

Oh you are very clever! I have never thought about it.

Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

Thanks for supporting my content.

Dear @juanmolina

Indeed interesting choice of topic.

He tells me that it is the best way to create real commitment with our contacts and followers.

Based on my experience, it's the most time-efficient way of building engagement with people.

Also to those who have little SP (and therefore voting power worth 0$) I would recomment to ignore upvoting and use their limited resource credit (RC) to comment on other posts instead.

The best way to demonstrate our interest and appreciate the work of others is to leave a valuable comment.

Indeed. If we want other people to invest their own time and read our publications, then we need to engage with them first.

Cheers
Piotr

Thanks for your valuable comment. I really appreciate it.

I do not understand certain people who are here in steemit and only They intend to publish and sit down and wait for votes to rain down.

I think they still do not know the terrain they are treading.

I noticed since HF20, comments do improved. People are making comments with alot of sense and using more words nowadays.

Short replies can still be good, granted that those are from legitimate exchanges of comments and just for the comment payout.

But there are posts/content that short responses are quite ok, for examples, memes.
You don't do lengthy comments, it should just be funny, emoji replies, things like that.

It depends much on the type of post, the length of comment.
If you think that a comment is just a spam, or totally nonsense, just downvote it.
Or just ignore it.

Authors should read all the comments, and choose which one to react with. It helps those commenters to feel that they are welcome, as result, they will give comments more in future post.

I already like the way steem post/comment/payout works.

Havent read new approach on this so far.

I agree @crypto.piotr and @juanmolina that everybody should value comments of readers. Engagement gives life to otherwise a very lifeless blogpost.

Flags, or down votes are expensive. If you have more than 500SP, you get a slider to change the value of your up vote, but a flag doesn't work that way, it takes full vote weight to flag. That means you can only flag 5 times per day if you want to be active every day. It also means that flags are best suited for people with a lot of SP and only become a viable option well beyond 10,000 SP.

My advice to those with low SP: be careful who you flag.

Another thing that many are not aware of: When the whales are in a frenzy up voting their own posts, the value of our own votes goes down. Even though the price of Steem has increased, yesterday the value of my votes has dropped to just below $0.03 because the whales are in another flag war using hundreds of bots.

Saludos!

Edit: P.S. This is what that looks like:
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Where can I see these stats?

Go to: https://steemworld.org/@guruvaj for your own stats, and you can switch accounts to see the stats on any account you wish.

Thanks.

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You're welcome.

P.S. All the flags in my screen shot came from the same person and so did the up votes. I had nothing to do with it, but the whales controlling these bots are trying to wear each other out so I get as many up votes as flags. The flag bots all have names and are harder to track to a single operator (but we know for a fact it's berniesanders/nextgencrypto/themadcurator, etc.), the upvote bots have a naming convention that clearly shows fulltimegeek to be the owner. Don't get involved! With 2 million Steem bernie can reduce your rep to nothing on a single post!!

Dear and appreciated @onnovocks

This situation that you are going through seems unfair to me. The comment you left below has 16 negative votes. Why does this happen to you? for what is this?

Another thing that many are not aware of: When the whales are in a frenzy up voting their own posts, the value of our own votes goes down. Even though the price of Steem has increased, yesterday the value of my votes has dropped to just below $0.03 because the whales are in another flag war using hundreds of bots.

I read this and I really did not understand much. Can you explain it to me please?

Yours, Juan.

They are consuming a larger portion of the reward pool leaving less for everybody else at that moment.

1 comment = 6.66% of total resource credits.
1 vote = 4.40% of total resource credits.
1 transfer = 1.04% of total resource credits.
Oh My God, I don’t know how powerful the comment’s mana is.
Thanks for sharing.
Excuse me, how did you get the source of the message?
Which application are you using?
I think it should be changed as follows:
1 comment = 2.2%
1 vote = 4.4%
Because voting often has responsibility and affirmation
Comment is often just a chat, so the comment should be as low as possible.

These statistics can be obtained at https://steemd.com/@yourusername

The values can change according to the condition of each account.

In this case, the example is an account with 16 mana and 15 SP.

Depending on the accumulated resources, both own and those opted for by delegations, these values may change.

Thank you for your comment.

Yours, Juan.

Thank you
Will use it now

Thank you for sharing your blog and taking the time to create it.i know a lot of work went into putting this together.thank you..and also thank you for your kind gift 🙏🏽

Athena

Greetings dear @originalathena.

Thanks to you for giving me a piece of your time, reading my writing and commenting.

I appreciate it.

Yours, Juan.

True, comments eat up huge amount of RC. And limitations to RC via the recent HF20 has indeed improved the quality of comments.

A very good topic to discuss about.

It is the best way to interact indeed as you have mentioned above but I think the RC limits should have been lower to newcomers. I feel it is quite discouraging to newcomers.

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Greetings dear @n1hal

It is the best way to interact indeed as you have mentioned above but I think the RC limits should have been lower to newcomers. I feel it is quite discouraging to newcomers.

How sensible you are! You're right.

If the cost of the comments was lower for newcomers, we would have greater participation from the beginning.

Both seniority and current CR should be taken as a parameter. It opened that define conditions:

  • There are newcomers that buy a lot of SP.

  • There are old people who have not taken advantage of the time with their accounts and despite having more than a year, their accounts are almost as in the beginning.

Yours, Juan.

Yes commenting is really valuable i always try to give an upvote to people who comment on my posts because they deserve an upvote and i do not see a problem in selfvoting if rewards are gonna be lost as well

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Greetings dear @khussan
I recently read a publication that compared resources and Steem Power with an eternal source of energy.

In his reflection the author said that we all wasted daily the resources we have. We did this because we did not use all our SP. Since we can always contr with that they are going to recharge.

So, why not use everything and reward our followers as much as possible?

Yours, Juan.

The earlier comments point to the need for a Newbie's Guide to STEEM. I made lots of mistakes before and after the last fork because I understand how STEEM works. We veterans can build community by pointing newbies to it.

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Greetings dear @rufusfirefly

The guides and advice of those who have more experience will always be necessary.

This applies in any aspect of life.

Those who have already crossed the road and have made a mistake, who have already stumbled and got up. They are the pillar for entrepreneurial novices.

Yours, Juan.

The earlier comments point to the need for a Newbie's Guide to STEEM. I made lots of mistakes before and after the last fork because I understand how STEEM works. We veterans can build community by pointing newbies to it.

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Greetings dear @rufusfirefly

The guides and advice of those who have more experience will always be necessary.

This applies in any aspect of life.

Those who have already crossed the road and have made a mistake, who have already stumbled and got up. They are the pillar for entrepreneurial novices.

Yours, Juan.

Looks like everyone already said what needs to be said. I just want to add that comments not only give value $ value that is it also connect us at a human level.

Thanks for the memo @juanmolina

Any friends of @crypto.piotr is a friend of mine hehe

Hello dear @ragnarhewins90.

...it also connect us at a human level

This is the only true nature of the comments. Believe it

Yours, Juan

Time is definitely the real issue here. There are so many good posts everyday and its difficult to read and keep up whith them all. Then if you want do do them justice by giving a long and detailed comment.. Thats more time. Time is a very precious commodity. I don't really have an answer but I will say every comment is welcome and makes us feel thet we are not wasting our time. Comments are more precious than upvotes. This is a community. If you just walked past someone everyday and just put your thumb up but didn't speak life would be very lonely indeed. Thanks for asking me over @juanmolina Have a great day 😎

Greetings dear @andyjem

If you pass in front of someone every day and only raise your thumb on the tour but do not talk, life would be very lonely.

Beautiful and precise this analogy.

It does not make high to write many words to leave a quality message.

Yours, Juan.

because we have limited resources, we have to write better comments for very few authors. if we want to interact more, @partiko messaging or discord are great alternatives.

Exact @caribehub!

That is why we must give the true value to this important resource that we have available.

Gracias por comentar.

Yours, Juan.

Thank you for your memo which guided me to this post. It is great peace of information. You clearly bring out the value of a comment both for the person who comments and also for the person to whom the comment is directed.

I personally feel that whenever a comment comes to our post or even a comment comes in memo, we must reply to it. Someone comments or sends a memo keeping a certain amount of faith which we must keep up to. I personally answer each and every comment or memo which I recieve. Sometimes we may miss a notification, particularly when we are using the web version. Partiko app makes it simpler and notifies us for any activity related to our account.

Thank you! Great work!

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Hi dear @questionthetrend.

Sometimes we may miss a notification, particularly when we are using the web version. Partiko app makes it simpler and notifies us for any activity related to our account.

There are extensions that you can install in your browser to issue notifications. But applications like partiko allows users to not miss anything.

So you can also correspond to your followers.

Yours, Juan.

Thank you! I prefer Partiko!

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Greetings @juanmolina, today I was not going to comment.
I am waiting for my voting power to recharge, but I saw your invitation to read and comment on this publication.
Thanks for inviting me.
As for what you propose, I totally agree, I think the best way to enjoy the use of steemit is to add value to a publication through comments.
In fact, I have read comments, which far exceed the publication, and of which I have learned a lot.
Greetings, and forward!
(I use a translator)

Totally agree with your point of view, it is more, I think that a comment (good or bad) often makes the difference between continuing to give the best of you or abandon what you do, with a good comment you let someone know that the work that makes it really worth it.

A comment helps you to correct errors, a comment serves to indicate that the path you are taking is the correct one, etc.

A good comment manages to connect you with people that you may have never thought would value your work, a good comment makes change the negative perception that someone could have of you.

It is worth taking the time, to value the work of others and without pettiness to give the honor and the just and deserved value to each job, with a good comment these award-winning days of effort, and that dear friend, if it is worth it.

Blessings to you! Thank you for sharing this analysis and beautiful reflection that helps us appreciate and demonstrate with praise that someone's effort was not in vain.

The bible says that "do with men, the same thing you want them to do with you"

Hello @juanmolina

Thanks a lot for your mention ..!!

I agree with all of you, everyone is right...!! Comments are very powerful, if you leave a comment in a post that was interesting for you, people from the other side will come to your post and read it and leave a comment for sure...

If the post is really interesting we try to leave a positive message to add something for the post or show simple motivation to the writer to continues with their quality content...

In this time not matter if our SP is poor, we try to motivate to the autor with our small support..

Every comment teach us something that we don’t know and also teach us to be a better person interchange different can’t of view...

That is really amazing and make us feel like a comfort zone ...!!

Not matter how many comments your post has, one y more than “0” and that is enough for me..

As I said, simple motivation in one comment is very powerful..!!!

Amazing don’t you think @juanmolina @crypto.piotr @blockshine

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Friend @edgarare1.

What great words!
The word is powerful. It can build as well as it can destroy.

Thank God in our community, we have only found good people with wonderful comments.

This post has been included in the latest edition of SoS Daily News - a digest of all you need to know about the State of Steem.

Oh thank you very much dear @pennsif.

I´m Honored.

I feel most comments I get those days are genuine, from people that really appreciated my work, I see comments aren't getting enough rewards like before so H20 highly reduced spam

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I share your opinion dear @jenina619.

With the HF2 things changed in Steemit. Some do not share these changes but we must accept them (obviously)

Previously you could walk around a lot of accounts leaving junk comments, only to get a cure. Now it was given a fair value. Do not you think?

Yours, Juan.

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