@LIFESAVERS • A Way to Give Credit Where Credit Is Due! ♥️ Our Way of Saying THANKS!
In our intro post you may have noticed that we had only a few communities listed, well since then we have been able to get names of many more community moderators who selflessly devote their time and energy, most of all love towards making all our communities be what they are.
We have also upped the vote to 21%!
So without talking too much about it, this is the current list of communities that we have managed to cover:
Isle of Write
Military Vets of Steem
Reveur Citadely de Rick Vzla
Team New Zealand
The Writers Block
Now, if you missed it the first time, here is a link to the introduction:
For those who don’t want to click on the link, here it is in short:
First and foremost we wish to say "THANK YOU"
Thank you for sharing your professional expertise with us. We consider you to be role models in the communities of Steemit, and we are more than grateful for the time you invest for all of us.
We especially appreciate your efforts to connect Steemians to others in your communities and networks.
The goal of this initiative is to ensure that @lifesavers upvotes posts from all these fantastic people. While many of us have the luxury of writing posts when we want to, these people have given up their time for all of us and as such deserve to be appreciated when they share part of their lives with us via their posts.
Let’s not forget that Steemit prides itself on rewarding people for their work, well this is exactly the purpose of @lifesavers!
Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due
Might not be much when compared to wages earned by managers elsewhere, but one thing that we need to do is to give credit where credit is due and no matter how small or great the figures here may be. Both of us are working class people, the “middle class” as some refer to it, we are from working class families and we are certain that all these people working so hard here and who have made this possible for us shall appreciate this gesture every time they see an upvote from @lifesavers.
A Little Sign of Appreciation For Effort
We all like to be thanked for our efforts and even though we can never realistically pay for the time invested, we can at least all pitch in and show these people that we do appreciate them.
If you too wish to contribute to this and help say thank you, don’t send any SBD or Steem to @lifesavers, there is no need to. Delegating is the way to contribute and if one day you need that Steem for yourself you can easily undelegate. No strings attached.
For those who have never delegated any Steem Power before, it is as simple as 1,2,3!
Simply go to http://www.steemdel.com
and fill in the form, check your link/details and via steemconnect make the delegation happen!
Simple as that!
So join the club and lets give credit where credit is due!
As the list of Mods is being updated in the coming weeks, the service may be down for brief periods of time, but since we have compiled a master list, many of the names have been input already. Thank you for your patience as we continue development!
& this post has been promoted so as to get it onto the trending page, Jack Miller has loaned 500 Steem to help promote this little project and hopefully it will get noticed and appreciated a little more once it's seen "up there"!