100 DAYS OF STEEM : Day 15 - Friday Roundup & Friday Follows #2
Two weeks into the 100 Days of Steem project so a good time for another roundup.
It’s been a busy, busy week. A new post every day, two more challenges, and lots of comments and ideas about how to keep growing Steem.
We are really happy with the amount of engagement on the posts.
People are keen on entering the challenges and even keener to join in the discussions.
We are delighted with the progress so far and are looking forward to the next 85 days.
Stick with us and enjoy the ride!
We’ve been getting into our stride and building momentum this week. Two more challenges, a new Contest Support Fund and lots of great discussion.
The Weekly Writing Challenge
Our first Weekly Writing Challenge on the theme ‘Memories of My School Days’ had over 50 entries in the end - an excellent result.
This week’s challenge is on theme the ‘My Favorite Movie’. The challenge runs until Sunday so there is still time to enter.
The Weekly Photography Challenge
Participation in the first photography challenge was even higher. Over 70 people posted their photos on the theme ‘The View From My Window’.
Because of this great interest in this first photography challenge we’ve decided to make this a weekly event as well. The theme for this week’s challenge is ‘My Favorite Possession’. This challenge will be running until Tuesday so there is still plenty of time to enter.
This week we also launched the Contest Support Fund to help people run contests on Steem...
We sought feedback from the community on Gaming on Steem and a Steem Mentoring System…
And following a suggestion from @kiwiscanfly we invited the community to contribute ideas for the 100 Days of Steem project…
Thank you to the many, many people who responded positively to these three posts. We are going through all your comments and taking on board as much as we can.
We are seeing some great contributions and great ideas from the community so in a small recognition of those efforts we are going to continue with our ‘Friday Follows’.
Check out these posts and give them a follow and an upvote if you like what you read…
The @steem-supporter witness team have also produced a similar notification bot called RuPa…
We are interested to hear feedback from anyone who has used either or both of these notificaton services.
The Knitrias Project is an interesting Steem training initiative being launched by @LeVeuf…
Thank you for following us for another week,
The Steemit Team