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RE: The OCD community

in OCD12 days ago

I love every bit of this!

...Reddit wouldn't be as big as it is today without the addition of communities or so called subreddits.

We've both been around the block for a few years now, and remember what Steemit used to be like, waiting around for the empty promises of community functionality to finally come to fruition... I used to write curation posts for @steemgigs, and it's truly a hassle trying to curate a tag that can just be spammed with content fishing for upvotes.

I agree that communities aren't exactly used to their full potential, but everything here has always come with a bit of a learning curve. With time to adapt, the people who have come to call Hive their home will create things others could only dream of doing.

I absolutely love the work I'm doing for now as the community curator for @hivehustlers, and we greatly appreciate the opportunity to be included in the incubation program.

The idea of being a general "community for communities" and strongly encouraging content to be posted to relevant groups is something that will truly help the entire blockchain not only grow but thrive.

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I've actually started a community of my own, related to the very first group I formed on Steemit, though I've only told a few people about it and I'm not quite ready to "launch" it.

I would throw my name in the hat for OCD curator and create some more of my beautiful curation posts, but I think I may have my hands full when I get this all ready to go. I'll definitely be in contact about joining the incubation program, though, once we have regular and relevant content being published.