Now that we are gaining traction on Twitter, I believe we should begin targeting Reddit and other community-based social network platforms in mass. Mainly to attract more crypto-friendly users as opposed to targeting newcoiners.
I remember back in the Steem Ages, projects were spending loads on Steem to promote their offerings to the community and build a community on Steem. When we finally got things (sorta) going with the second layer and smart contracts, LMAO at SMTs, we decided to cal lit #newsteem, remember that? 😒
Well, now that Hive has all the features we wish we had back then, I think it's time to invite more crypto projects onboard. Like BAT, we should not be competing with currencies, we should be competing with social networks and inviting All crypto projects to take part.
Who cares if they try other Web3 blockchains, the more they find Hive useful the more likely they will make the switch.
The censorship argument is almost dead, and negative in nature. We need to go back to the core values, positive offerings, and let people know they can earn crypto while blogging, vlogging, podcasting, and talking about crypto on the HIVE Blockchain.
In meme we trust.
Thanks for reading 🙏
PS: Thanks to everyone who made their first post on LERNblogs.com this week, we are sending out the 5 Hive tips today. If you haven't posted yet, it's not too late as today is the deadline.
PPS: Why is this in the @memehub community? Aside from my original meme title image, I love their service, and the Stonk Market idea is epic. MemeHub.lol is another example of services we can assimilate with Hive. Pics and memes are worth a thousand words, I only wish the community would embrace them more.
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