Yeah, yeah...I know. It's usually me.
So I've been perusing through my follows/unfollows on https://steem.makerwannabe.com, and while my follower base has greatly increased quite a bitover the last 2 weeks (thank you!!), I've also noticed that, every now and then, I'll lose a follower or two.
What can I do to bring you back?
Have I inadvertently done something that made you decide to stop following me?
I ask these questions not because I'm being whiny and I think everyone should love me, but because I can't know how to improve myself and my content without input from my followers. You guys are my audience, and without feedback, I don't know what you'll enjoy or what's turning you off. Of course, if indeed it is the content I'm posting, we can use my current material as a starting point if you'd like, then we can go from there to perhaps steer it in a direction that interests you.
I have a feeling, given the timestamp on some of the unfollows that occurred, that it might be due to my mass posting immediately following Hardfork 19. If that's the case, you'll be pleased to know I've backed off quite a bit, with a max limit I've imposed upon myself of 6 posts per day. Not only did HF19 hit, but that was also around the time that I discovered the 4-post limit that used to be implemented was no longer there as of HF18 (yeah, I got on that train a bit late).
While I do acknowledge that I got a bit carried away there, I do take pride in the things I post (lol usually), and I'd rather not do something when I shouldn't (or not do something when I should) and run off my followers.
I won't point out any names, because I don't believe that will necessarily help anything, and I'd find it to be at least somewhat inappropriate. All I ask is that my current followers who can see this please resteem my post so those who are no longer following may be able to see this.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME!!