Tagged With "user experience"

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Ad Revenue and Content Item Score

MichelleG ·
So, this is a post where I'm trying to get clear in my head the relationship between ad revenue and what the narrative organization, content creators, owners and moderators etc. will actually get paid. The owners and moderators payout is parasitic on the content creators' so we can just look at that. I'm new to all this so if somebody could correct any egregious errors, please please do so. In advance , the TL;DR for this post is as follows: How the reputation system works is going to...
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Malkazoid ·
Hello Michelle, Your story lost me a little - forgive me if I've got this all wrong. But I don't see the concern with the Cake guy subsidising the Lord Ruler? In what way is he subsidising him? As far as I've understood, the Lord Ruler simply commented on the Cake guy's content. That comment is the Lord Ruler's contribution - his content. In so far as it is liked, and commented upon in turn, it would represent activity attributable to the Lord Ruler? If the comment is useless and...
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Re: Ad Revenue and Content Item Score

MichelleG ·
So, first of all. THANK YOU for wading through that long, unwieldy post. In this case, I can defintely say - It's not you, it's me. There are several different cases I'm interested in, mostly just for the purpose of thinking about how REP will be calculated and play into content score. Here are two: CASE ONE) Before CAKE hits the big time, the Lord Ruler is potentially dragging CAKE down with his negative reputation. (Lord Ruler is not being subsidized on CASE ONE ). a)If we keep adding...
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Re: Ad Revenue and Content Item Score

Emily Barnett ·
@MichelleG I too am trying to keep up...but I think I get the gist of the questions here, and they are good ones. A major reputation change on a major content provider has more impact that just that person, but also involved moderators and niche owners stand could also stand to loose out, depending on how the rep system works. I want to ruminate on this for a minute. I just woke up and my brain is still foggy...but something tells me it doesn't have to have an effect. caffeine will help me...
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Malkazoid ·
Haha - no worries. I'm guilty of the same on a regular basis. Understood. @Emily Barnett homed in on the simplest solution I think. Increase recomputing frequency. Another approach would be to apply an average at the end of longer periods. The trade off is processing power vs storage. Taking an average at longer intervals requires more data storage to compute the average from. Increased recomputing frequency requires more cpu power to bake in weekly, or daily, or even hourly changes in...
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Re: Ad Revenue and Content Item Score

MichelleG ·
There's a whole science to building the software for ads (or using someone else's) which basically has the local baker adding geographical location specific keywords so she can get ads seen just by people in her area without getting outbid for that combination of keywords. So {"Santa Monica", "Cake"} will usually be cheaper than {"Cake"}, for example. And that makes sense because the Santa Monica person might be interested in buying cakes made in their area, but not someone in Boston.
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Niche membership privacy

Malkazoid ·
I was asked the following question by a G+ user today, about Narrative: That's G+ speak for: will everyone be able to see what niches you are a follower of, and will everyone be able to see all your posts by looking at your profile? That's an approximate translation, considering G+ circles are a social networking component that Narrative has no equivalent for, and apparently no plans to implement. (This lack of a strongly social component to the Narrative paradigm may prove to be...
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Re: Niche membership privacy

David Dreezer ·
Hi Malk, In Narrative all posts are public. There is no concept of private posts. Everything you post is out there to be seen. Now, as to which Niches you're following, that's different, and is part of your Member Profile. Right now there is no way for anyone to view what Niches another individual is following, what other Members they may be following. As we move along though, visibility of some of those things will become options that you as a Member will to able to decide. You'll be able...
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Malkazoid ·
Thanks David - that's very helpful. I'll repost your response for the G+ member.
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David Dreezer ·
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Posting limit on Narrative

Blogger Krunal ·
We got a new member on Narrative this week who is super active on posting. As we all know it. Here is that user's activity. 25 May - 10 posts 24 May - 20 posts 23 May - 20 posts 22 May - 06 posts 18 May - 01 post Total - 57 posts in just 5 days. Woww. https://www.narrative.org/m/Onlinedollars/activity Here I'm struggling to add atleast 1 meaningful post regularly. If he/she is going with this pattern then on 26 May it will be added another 10 or 20 posts on Narrative. This looks like an...
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Re: Posting limit on Narrative

Vico Biscotti ·
Not only I absolutely agree, but also suggested more or less the same thing here: https://community.narrative.or...port/topic/spam-risk . Downvoting may help in reducing this spamming AFTER it happens, but it can't prevent it. A new user can always try to spam and this is temporary damage for all members. Maybe it's not spam in the strict sense and it's legit republishing, still is some kind of spam due to the frequency. A limit per hour or per day is a good idea, in my opinion. Your...
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Re: Posting limit on Narrative

Christina Gleason ·
I both want and don't want to see this. Until we have some kind of ability to schedule when posts go live, some of us only have a certain amount of time for Narrative on any given day, so you hit publish when you can. (This is why I've gone for stretches of days without posting, then have 3 or 4 on one day in somewhat quick succession.)
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Blogger Krunal ·
@Christina Gleason I agree, all days are not the same. In that case no limits for high rep members might work. But that can damage the author somehow, by not getting enough attention on his/her multiple good posts on a same day.
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New Social Media ·
Agreed, but there could also be a weekly or monthly limit. I don't think many people can write several hundred meaningfuls posts each month.
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Re: Posting limit on Narrative

AussieNinja ·
There are other users consistently spamming posts on Narrative, with a heading, and one or two sentences... it basically makes the New tab on Discover almost useless. I don't mind people posting shorter content... obviously Reddit, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have trained us all to embrace micro-blogging, but I'm not sure that I necessarily want to see it. I'd propose a mute button underneath the follow button, so that users can continue posting as much as they like, but I don't...
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Re: Posting limit on Narrative

Blogger Krunal ·
@New Social Media I think any user can still spam the feed for a day or two in a weekly or monthly limit. Daily limit can prevent that. @AussieNinja Yes, no one minds to have short contents on Narrative but when it's in bulk from a single user, it's spamming. And that should be stopped or controlled.
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Re: Posting limit on Narrative

Christina Gleason ·
You should definitely make that a Suggestion on here, if you haven't already.
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Malkazoid ·
I'd love to see this! Great first line of defence against spam.
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Colleen Ryer ·
@ malkazoid - the mute button, or the posting limit?
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Malkazoid ·
@Colleen Ryer - I meant the posting limit, but definitely both now that you're asking!!!
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Bashar Abdullah ·
I saw this yesterday and it drove me nuts. Was about to post separate Suggestion, but it seems fitting to add to this one. A quick solution IMO is a Mute button to mute spammy accounts that post in quick succession. We can make the mute: 1 day, 1 month, forever even in case someone is just annoying me today, but I usually don't mind his content.
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Vico Biscotti ·
Like @Blogger Krunal , I already suggested that downvoting can't stop spamming, and that we need spam risk management . A simple limit over time, based on reputation could be a good improvement. Or reporting the member . But I had no luck.
Question

What Initiative We create To Attract And Guide New Users In Our Platform

MALAY BANERJEE ·
Its great that Narrative Beta will go live on 03 th April . I want to ask our community members and administration that is there any special steps or initiative narrative taken to monitize new user's creative contents as a special gift to attract new user in our beloved narrative platform. I think narrative should give some special gift to early creator. Narrative should creates new attractive agenda for benefiting every new creators initially to attract new user's in narrative platform .
Suggestion

Automatic Suggestions

Dotman ·
hello narrative community! I thought it would be useful to have the functionality of automatic suggestions. for example: when I insert a comment and I want to tag some users, putting the snail and starting to write a letter, it doesn't even suggest me some user who wrote the post or commented previously or in any case another narrative user. what do you think?
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How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Malkazoid ·
Creative commons license, sourced from the Story of Stuff Project. Unmodified. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/deed.en_US So... Naturally the efforts of members to grow Narrative's user base at launch time, will be crucial. We all have different networks, and different styles that will influence how we reach out to them and engage them. I think we could see a boost of maybe 20-80% to our success rate in attracting users, if we all share our ideas on how this can be done most...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Malkazoid ·
Method: Old photos that your crowd has not seen yet Category : natural on-boarding of close friends and relatives One way I'm planning to attract the important people in my life to share the Narrative platform with me, is to post old photographs I know they will enjoy discovering. I think a lot of us have photos stashed somewhere, that depict us and our loved ones from so long ago that the images carry a fascinating poignancy to them. And we've been meaning to scan them and send them to our...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

mrgoodsett ·
I'm doing some low-level promo on a few other sites, nothing major right now but I will amp it up after the site is up and running. As an investor, I need Narrative to succeed.
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Dinuxen ·
I'm trying to promote Narrative on my telegram group To get some new members to this
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Eduardo Hernández ·
I'm promoting Narrative on Twitter and Linkedin. Unfortunately, since 99% of my friends on Facebook have no crypto interest/knowledge, it's harder to promote it there. It will be much easier if I on-board them by sharing my sex stories exclusively in Narrative before hitting my blog. I have a lot of traction with my dirty existential writing among my networks
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Eduardo Hernández ·
Yes, great stuff indeed. But, jokes aside, I think exclusive, quality content, is the key to make Narrative hit the ground running. Medium has done it, to great success. Whereas Steemit has failed to accomplish that, plagued with multiple copy/pasted duplicated content and low quality, mindless chatter. Let's be Medium, but better. And free.
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Dinuxen ·
Great stuff We want be together and make some great promotion
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Malkazoid ·
Method: Kicking the Facebook habit Category : broad on-boarding strategies I don't think it will be difficult for Facebook users to become curious about Narrative - there's a lot to be curious about, perhaps most prominently: - owning your content - getting paid for your content These are very simple notions that can be communicated quickly and effectively. It is once that curiosity is there that the obstacles come up. To name the biggest I can think of: - inertia ("all my stuff is on...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Malkazoid ·
Agreed, and I think Narrative will probably quote in fiat whenever appropriate, perhaps similarly to the way Steemit does... or perhaps differently. There is a discussion to be had about obscuring NRVE too much though. It all depends on what the goal is for the currency. If the idea is that we will design incentives to hold NRVE because it benefits the community in major ways for it to appreciate, then NRVE can't be hidden away like an embarrassing cousin who drools and gropes his relatives.
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Eduardo Hernández ·
I think the whole argument of "owning my content" and "being paid for my content" are great selling points, specially if we bash Facebook for their inmoral data exposure and trading practices. Though, my main concern -and one of Narrative's biggest challenges- is, hands down, filling the gap between crypto and fiat. We need to offer our users a fiat gateway, for probably at least 50% have no idea what crypto is, nor they will see the use to it. So saying "we'll give you XXX tokens" will...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Malkazoid ·
Hehe, I do indeed see what you are doing there... Yes, I'm glad you're mindful of the Crypto focus that many early adopters inevitably have. From what I can see, there will be a fairly broad array of interests represented in the first niches, and then it will be up to the niche owners and their early adopters to create an attractive space and content that embodies their niche successfully. Crypto may be somewhat overrepresented initially, but as long as the platform is well designed, this...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Eduardo Hernández ·
I'm on board with that. It's not my intention to obscure our token in any way, but I think we have to educate our users about crypto through the token. But, as I said, the token in itself might not be important, in the beginning, to the average content generator. Also, I'd hate Narrative to become just another Cryptocurrency subreddit. Crypto should be just another niche, and never the main focus. That's the only way to thrive and survive in this competitive medium (see what I did there? )
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Eduardo Hernández ·
Same here. I think the true value of Narrative lies in quality content and democratic participation of authors of all walks of life, with their own points of view and beliefs. Crypto is fascinating, but we shouldn't narrow down our focus an be secluded in such a small niche.
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

CryptoPhil ·
Wow there is alot of content in this thread. All great ideas. I for one will use my social media platforms to get the word out as most of you have stated. I plan on using both business and personal venues. Realistically, I have very few business associates and family that are Crypto Enthusiasts other than my boys. So I will be just talking about how the content within Narrative will drive the success. And the compensation for good content will be in the form of tokens that you can exchange...
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Re: How can members help Narrative grow rapidly after launch

Eduardo Hernández ·
As @CryptoPhil points out, there is still a big lack of knowledge of crypto, from what it is to what you can do with it. It'd be nice if the platform offers a real world case for the use of the token (ex. buying Narrative merch with NRVE,) and also if it displays the token balances in your account with their fiat value, so less crypto savvy people still gets an idea of what their tokens are worth (which is what steemit is doing.)
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A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Emily Barnett ·
Now that we can type our content into the platform, we can get a bit more of a peek into the elegant look of the site, but also start to see the User experience design. This thread is not a complaint thread, but rather a constructive place to put your ideas in one area, of features you would like to see once the team rolls out the beta, and the designers have time for fine tuning I will start. I would love to see a built in photo editor, at the very least the ability to do final cropping...
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Christina Gleason ·
Oh, now I'm trying to remember the THING that was missing when I was working on some drafts last week... and I can't remember it. This is may or may not be it, but one thing that's really needed is when choosing three niches for our content, we need search to look at niche names and descriptions. I've had to open two separate tabs when drafting content so that I can use the search bar to look for appropriate niches because some niches do not have intuitive names and the relevant information...
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Rosemary ·
This is awesome, and helpful (especially since some of the suggestions get buried inside long, intense discussions and are hard to surface). Another way to make formal feature suggestions is to use the actual "suggestion" feature in this community. If you do that, then it can actually be "voted up" by other community members and it may help surface ones that are popular. To make a formal "suggestion," click the big green POST button. Then choose "support topic." On that page, for topic type,...
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Garden Gnome Publications ·
How about a niche suggestion tool? Just look at the content I wrote in the box and tell me which niches fit. Also, why only three niches? One of my frustrations with Steemit is I can only have five tags for a post. Why? If my content matches fifteen different content categories, why can't I tag it for all fifteen categories? I tend to write long posts so five tags doesn't cut it. On Narrative, a post may only fit into one niche. Fine. But what if it fits into six or seven? What harm would it...
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Garden Gnome Publications ·
That makes sense. I wonder if the end user who is not a niche owner or moderator will understand that. That's the kind of thing that needs to be communicated at the user level. Knowing that, as a user, I can choose the owners and moderators I want to reward.
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Christina Gleason ·
@Garden Gnome Publications I think that the three niche limit might have something to do with rewards, not necessarily for the content creator, but for the moderators and niche owners. At least, that's the most likely explanation my brain could conjure. Publishing content in too many niches would dilute the rewards for each niche the same content appears in. If it was just about tagging, I would agree that there would be no good reason to limit how tags to just three. But because of the...
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Christina Gleason ·
@Garden Gnome Publications Oh, and I totally agree about having niches suggested based on the content we're publishing, although this wouldn't benefit people publishing photographs or other purely visual content.
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Emily Barnett ·
I think it could be argued that as a user experience, having too many tags means the same content can just end up getting plastered everywhere, and the platform could look quite repetitive. Especially in the early days.
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Garden Gnome Publications ·
Yeah, then you run the risk of creating user silos where early adopters support other early adopters and leave the rest behind. We certainly wouldn't want to create an aristocratic echo chamber. I don't think it would serve the platform well. @Emily Barnett , that's a good point. I think it could end up looking like a content farm, especially early on, if we're not careful.
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Re: A long list of Features that we would love to see in the future.

Christina Gleason ·
Yeah, the thought literally had never occurred to me until you asked the question, and then I realized what a responsibility it is as a content creator - and as an owner and moderator - to build relationships to foster mutual success. Those of us here in the alpha who actively post here in the community forums (or at least commenting on suggested niches) have a bit of a head start on the whole thing. If I was torn between several niches for my third niche for any given piece of content, I...
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