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What are the benefits more than Steemit

Dinuxen ·
In narrative have only my profile page for looks my works In steemit have my own blog can you add likes that Functions
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Lessons from Steemit

ClosetCrypto ·
Great article posted on Steemit. I think there is a lot that can be learned on what NOT to do. I cannot wait for Chaucer! https://steemit.com/steemit/@yallapapi/introducing-sharkschool-how-to-take-over-the-trending-page-by-being-a-bloodthirsty-savage
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We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Harj ·
One such person is https://steemit.com/@apolymask Apolo is doing amazing stuff on Steemit and already doing great challenges on his own page and would do a great job with one of my niches so I sent him the following message. Hi Apolo Hope you well bro, I recently bought 5 niche's on Narrative one is called Challenges (Challenges Anything related to challenges. Ongoing challenges, past challenges, future challenges.) I would be looking for a moderator and can pay % of the earnings from the...
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How is Narrative better than Steem?

Smith van Bodegom ·
How is Narrative different from Steemit ? I found this article , but it's mostly wrong: - Posts on Steemit can be deleted - What's wrong with having multiple utility tokens? - "Narrative is leveraging the best parts of blockchain technology" What does this mean? - You don't need to understand crypto to use Steem. - Steem rewards can be paid out as vested crypto, or as a USD pegged asset The whitepaper also talks about Steem (pages 45/46). However, it is also mostly wrong: - Steem has an...
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Alternative to Google+ and Facebook

Melanie Mathos ·
New post up on the blog exploring how Narrative is different from Google+ and Facebook. (Let me count the ways...) Next up are Steemit and Tumblr. Maybe Wordpress... What else would you like to see?
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Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Malkazoid ·
Hello all! Telegram is an inspiring place today - this is the second thread motivated by talk going on there, with a guy called Elliot (thanks Elliot!) So Elliot was wondering whether there would be some incentive for heavy Steemit users to join Narrative. For instance a conversion of some sort, of their Steemit reputation, to Narrative reputation. There are obvious advantages to doing so, and just as obvious disadvantages... On the one hand, these are people we know to be highly productive,...
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Steemit, maybe is an anoying topic for the narrative team but..

Jhoe ·
Hi guys, i've been thinking about the obvious similarity of narrative to steemit and have some suggestions to all the narrative team: There's a lot of platforms today with the idea of change the social networking as we know until now, and all of those platforms shows an incentive, they catch people by offering an decentralized community of content creation and earnings for all the contributors, That's awesome! the best part of that is the proyects go to the convencional social media and grab...
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Is this Narrative alpha? Or is it just a forum related to Narrative?

aaa zzz ·
I am confused about this. I just discovered that Round 4 is finished and while I was #125, I didn't receive an invitation to join when Round 5 started. But I did use my Google account to sign up wherever I am right now. If it is actually Narrative, where can I see my balance? I'd like to refer a community of passionate but disillusioned Steemians to come check out Narrative but I'm having a hard time finding my referral link as well. Did I miss something? Am I still in the waiting room? Why?
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Steemit Vs Narrative rewards - user privacy and security

Malkazoid ·
I'm starting this thread because @David Dreezer locked the previous one in which this was being discussed. I don't believe he did so to censor this aspect of the conversation, so here we are in a new thread. @Emily Barnett - the other thread was locked while I was in mid answer to your question about whether Steemit had ever experienced hacking of people's accounts based on their earnings, or instances of violence to obtain their wallet keys. So below, the...
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Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Inspired by the community's great discussions around Google+ members looking for a new home , I'm penning a blogpost on G+ and some other platforms that are dealing with challenges retaining their members. I'm sharing the @Narrative Network Team's perspective of course, but would love to quote some community members on why they are leaving other platforms to come to Narrative. This first post will explore the following platforms: Google+, Facebook, Tumblr, and Steemit. Please share your...
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31 Social Media Projects Utilizing a Blockchain

Garden Gnome Publications ·
I hope this isn't inappropriate to post, but if it is, @Narrative staff can feel free to delete it. I wrote a post about social media projects utilizing a blockchain and included Narrative on the list. I tried to find as many as I could, and it took a long time to research it. But you can read it on Medium . It's also on Steemit and my business blog. It will soon be on Trybe, and, of course, I'll post it to my personal journal here on Narrative so it can go live during the...
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Import Content

Garden Gnome Publications ·
I couldn't find the post someone started about posting features we'd like to see. I was going to add this one. Medium has a feature that allows you to import content from another URL. I'd love to see that. Having to re-format the content once it is imported is fine, to some degree, but being able to import content from Medium, Steemit, or my own professional or personal blog so it can reach a new audience would awesome.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Malkazoid ·
One approach would be a severe down multiplier, so that Steemit users know their past efforts are in some way recognised, but a complete newcomer could still build a better reputation in a couple of weeks just by being active on Narrative. For instance a multiplier that would convert the best reputation on Steemit into the equivalent Narrative reputation of having contributed 30 or 40 good niche votes. This would allow us to message (CAREFULLY) that Steemit users will have their reputation...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Banter ·
I don't think reputation should enter into the discussion. Everyone should be treated the same. The real incentive for people to leave Steemit for Narrative is the economic model and all of the potential of the new platform. The way reputation is setup with a built in decay, any initial boost wouldn't benefit them for very long anyhow, so there really isn't any point in my mind. Lastly, there is nothing preventing them from simply publishing their articles on both platforms. Unless they are...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Maelstrohm Black ·
I agree, I think that, even though any Steemit user registering to Narrative will be invaluable to us, both are different ecosystems. Therefore, as many Narrative members might never have participated in or heard of Steemit, I think it would be fair that everyone taking part in this community start on the same level, reputation wise. Even though there will definitively be an advantage to having members "cross-pollinating" platforms, Steemit is Steemit and Narrative is Narrative. Also, we...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Malkazoid ·
Great! So if we start to reach a consensus that there is no need to apply any sort of reputation translation, lets continue to grapple with the question of whether there can be other incentives to attract Steemit users. I fully understand that Narrative will be naturally attractive to many Steemit users, but that does not dispense with the possibility that it can be made a little bit more attractive.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

mrgoodsett ·
Steemit will be the MYSPACE of blockchain in a few years. Let's build Narrative one brick at a time and watch the masses flood in.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Maelstrohm Black ·
I disagree, Dan Larimer, the man behind Steemit, is very prolific. He's also responsible for EOS and Bitshares and I strongly doubt he will cease innovating and reinventing himself, no more than Da Hongfei would for NEO and OnChain. As much as I am enthusiastic about Narrative's unique approach, I don't think this community has anything to gain in divisiveness. As I previously said, and I won't insist enough, Narrative and Steemit are facets of the same prism, so is ONO, the latest...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

mrgoodsett ·
@Maelstrohm Black well said boss, I respect your opinion. It's going to be a very interesting 12 to 24 months.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Maelstrohm Black ·
I think the very nature of Narrative, in its complementarity, will be more than enough to attract "Steemians" to join our community. I really think that, at the risk of repeating myself, the emphasis should be put on the fact that each respective platform offers features that are exclusive to either and that they collectively should be seen as a type of "swiss knife" of blockchain publishing tools for content creators... Therefore, recruitment pitches should also sound that inviting:...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Maelstrohm Black ·
I respect your opinion as well, but I don't have any claims to "bossdom". lol I agree that the coming months should be very interesting, as the structure of Narrative takes tangible form, with all it's diverse elements falling into place. As the saying goes: "Variety is the spice of life..."
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

mrgoodsett ·
@Maelstrohm Black please reserve the handle "BOSSDOM" in Chaucer...lol.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Maelstrohm Black ·
I'm afraid I already have mine, but feel free to use it if you will...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Malkazoid ·
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Malkazoid ·
Niche head hunting. This could be another approach to getting the best Steemit members to try Narrative - identify and approach them directly, and propose a niche to them that covers their area of expertise, either for them to buy or contribute to if somebody already owns it. It seems to me that the leg work would be more than worth it since we're talking about the most prolific and talented individuals.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

chrisabdey ·
I already have a plan to poach a bunch of quality steemit members. They are quite upset by the bot community over there and are more than willing to make the switch once they see the platform live.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

aaa zzz ·
As a steemit user with 63 rep and 2400 followers (inflated number) I don't expect any kind of advantage or incentive. I have a lot of material I could bring over here and give a second chance because some of it reached so few people back when I was a minnow. I have no problem starting over, and I think the old relationships from steemit and the new relationships from Narrative can both help me build a reputation here. I plan on bringing a lot of people over. But I don't plan on leaving...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Malkazoid ·
Fantastic info - thanks, and we're lucky to have you with us. I admit I don't care for Steemit, but I do want it to get better for everyone's sake. I also hope Narrative remains an attractive alternative by using every means at its disposal to attract quality over quantity. I can already tell from your writing that I want to read more of your content, and we must rise to the challenge of making sure good writers are quickly discovered, without the whale mechanics of Steemit. I just read ONE...
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Re: Is this Narrative alpha? Or is it just a forum related to Narrative?

David Dreezer ·
Hello and welcome, This is the community discussion forum, where we as a community get to gather discuss the alpha and eventually Narrative itself, where we help each other and new friends as a community. This is NOT the Alpha, this is the support forums. You can find the Alpha at https://alpha.narrative.org/ You will need to register there, it does not share a registration with these forums. Once you are registered you will be able to see your personal referral link within your profile.
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Re: Is this Narrative alpha? Or is it just a forum related to Narrative?

David Dreezer ·
Also please double check your spam folder. The email will come form [email protected] . The title of the email was "Welcome to Narrative Alpha" and it was sent on Aug 7 at 00:35:46 Pacific time, US.
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Re: Is this Narrative alpha? Or is it just a forum related to Narrative?

aaa zzz ·
I never received the email but I was able to join. Already got 15 referrals :-D
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

aaa zzz ·
Where steemit has failed is that there was way more reward incentive placed on being an investor than being a quality content creator and so the investors grew EXPONENTIALLY more powerful than the content creators and there was a clear conflict of interest. Investors wanted more investors, only content creators and a few decent people were working to keep the good content creators around and so many left. The steemit team wanted to be hands off with what content was rewarded, even though...
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Ted ·
@aaa zzz Thanks so much for your insights!
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Banter ·
Thank you @aaa zzz ! It's great to know about potential pitfalls with this new reward paradigm. Hopefully Narrative will avoid the same mistakes, put safeguards in to counter them, and incentivize behavior that benefits the community as a whole.
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Re: Incentives for Steemit users to join Narrative

Jhoe ·
This was so accurate! great!
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Slaz ·
I pretty much abandoned my Google+ profile years ago. Not because it was a bad service but I just wasn’t actively involved in any community there. I’m here for 2 reasons. The Narrative teams first blogging service, Hoo.do, died last year and of course Narrative was noted as an upcoming alternative in the email sent to the remaining Hoo.do members. So I’m hoping Narrative’s “Personal Journal” feature can be a good replacement for my blogging needs. As for the 2nd reason, I’m looking to...
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks for sharing--you're not only a star on our member wall, you are now included in the post.
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

MichelleG ·
Facebook: Facebook cannot be reformed from within or without. Its fundamental business model, while successful, runs contrary to contemporary communication needs. Transparency and data protection are no longer optional in a world where nano-targeting of consumers and voters is possible. That's why I'm ready to make the jump. Steemit: Steemit was great as a first step. But it developed cliques bent on exploiting the algorithms and squeezing everybody else out. This was the fault of the...
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Christina Gleason ·
I stopped using Google+ years ago too because that's not where my people were. I post a lot on Facebook and Twitter, but it's often a lot of emotional labor (not to mention time and effort to write - and I am a professional writer and editor) that I'm putting into these platforms for free. Instead of repeating the same things over and over and OVER again to educate people who are ignorant of the harm they do to people in the various marginalized groups I belong to. I should get paid for what...
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Gord ·
I was a fairly early adopter to Steemit and had high hopes (Who doesn't want to get paid for producing content?!). Unfortunately, the UX was seriously lacking and the 'gaming' of the system made it unenjoyable. I just wanted to share and experience great content and community, not spend my time figuring out which bots to invest in.
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks so much for sharing your insight, Michelle. I'm including the first part now and will add your comments on Steemit when that is added to the post.
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks, @Gord - your feedback has been shared by many others, which is why we are focusing so heavily on UX and Reputation! I'll definitely include your comments when we add Steemit to the post.
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Hey @Christina Gleason - thanks for sharing the perspective of a professional writer and editor. Will definitely include!
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Re: Call for Comment - Why Narrative?

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks to everyone who shared their experiences. The post is now live and will be added to soon. Next up: Steemit and Tumblr. What other platforms have you left in the dust?
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Madhanic ·
So the question is would he be self plagiarizing if he post the same content on narrative and on steemit?
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Harj ·
I get your point but Steemit dont have moderators and im sure he would treat the two seperate. I would like him to apply when it opens as a moderator should he get accepting for the role.
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

sames ·
I will be hard to get them here bc they have large investment in steemit but they is still a chance he might come
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Emily Barnett ·
I have been reaching out to many people. @Madhanic that is an interesting question. I don't think it would be plagiarizing if you wrote it, But can people republish their own content on Narrative? Is that up to the Niche Owner & Moderator to set their own Niche standards?
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Madhanic ·
because at university level we are not allowed to use the same content for 2 different projects/ assignments (might be different in different country/ university) edit: but then again this is an entirely different thing!
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Re: We all know amazing people we can bring over to help Narrative grow

Harj ·
Repy from Apolo .... Thanks for the info harj! I'll have to look into it. It appears as if the review you made is the only review out there on YouTube that I can find, so I'm a lil hesitant considering that aspect. It reminds me of sola, which I couldn't even find a single review of on YouTube.. That doesn't necessarily mean it's good or bad it just tells me that not a lot of people are looking at it and excited about it enough to actually make a review on YouTube. Will check out your review...
 
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