Since I started in Steemit until today, 225 days have passed.
Today I want to talk about my experience here, as well as some recommendations to optimize the time in this ecosystem and how to do teamwork, or in other words, the well-used phrase “Make community” . What is it? How is it achieved? According to my experience, I am going to indicate what has worked for me for my stay on these platforms.
I read recently in the post of a good friend about Content, Healing and Comments , I want to talk today about a ” C”that in my opinion it was necessary to add that it is the” Community “, I feel that it is fundamental for the optimal development of a user in these platforms.
Again, I tell you that what is expressed here is my opinion based on my experience and perspective.
I feel it is necessary to stop reading to indicate that in some of my previous posts I mentioned part of this same topic and that if I am repetitive is for the simple reason that every day new users are added to each of these platforms and that many are not going to review old posts, but fresh and first-hand information.
We must be able to make a good reading of the post (healing) to make a good comment, so it is interesting to select our authors by affinity, so it will be more striking for us to read and comment on a post of a topic that we like or we think interesting, or simply relevant and that contributes something useful, a significant content to the blockchain, more than a simple transaction or block in the chain of blocks.
I feel that through post reading in activities such as Collective Healings, Rain of Vows, Post Review, among so many variants, the work is done and the community interacts fully and directly with each author.
It should be noted that this type of activities are important for each author and their interaction with the reader, in some cases (the reader) may suggest suggestions for a possible improvement of work, or even challenges for subsequent publications based on mutual interests or of a specific community.
In discord we find different communities, each one with a different project, with its own qualities and characteristics, which we must try to know from the beginning to know with what we can identify, according to content in common or simply with a specific charisma.
Particularly I relate to the communities in discord as a group of friends who gather around a campfire to read their stories, tell their anecdotes or share their knowledge with the rest.
From these topics we can extend to speak in many publications and discussions, for now it is my duty to invite them to be part of my community which is directed to the Teaching-Learning process and directed mainly to new users, but where everyone is invited and will be well received.
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