Inviting Content Creators
We are formally reaching out to a variety of established bloggers, vloggers and content creators to invite them to the Steem blockchain and the various content visualization platforms it entails.
As part of the invitation, we'll be creating and sponsoring accounts, providing an overview and briefing those invited on best practices (using the various keys, the different apps and frontends, using steemd, account security and everything else a new user would need to know), getting these accounts listed as verified, and introducing them.
Watch the @guiltyparties blog for updates and introductions.
By now everyone knows that Twitter shadow bans people, YouTube sets unattainable requirements and deletes accounts, and Facebook is pay to play. Content creators end up being pawns and no longer control their own content or have the right to express themselves in any way they wish.
Steem is the answer. No one save for the content creator themselves can alter or delete a single character of text in any transaction that is part of a block. No amount of flagging can change a block. There are no minimum subscriber requirements to earn rewards for content. There are no random college grads working in arbitrary departments that have the ability to decide based on whatever loudmouth complaints they received to delete an account. The accounts are permanent.
Simultaneously, we all know that Steemit Inc is not a large company and it is not solely up to @Ned to promote the blockchain and its possibilities to potential investors. The current community does a great job in getting friends to go through the sign up process on Steemit, but only a handful of established users and witnesses are actively getting the word out to influencers who will bring not only a following but a unique set of skills to the blockchain.
You probably know by now that my background is partially in music promotion. Myself and my partners are pooling our experience and connections to get this done.
We won't reveal who we've invited until they either choose to join or decline in order to prevent name squatting.
- The guiltyparties.com site now sports a form for military veterans to sign up for free Steem accounts.
- We actively create accounts for new invites where verification is possible and once in a while for random users stuck in account creation/recovery limbo.
- Future and prospective project accounts have been and will continue to be registered.
- All accounts created by @guiltyparties are provided free of charge and in good faith.
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