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During the “old Days” of Steemit.com, posting on Steemit was much simpler. We really didn’t have that many options. You wrote a post and shared it in the hopes that someone would vote you up. You voted until your voting power was too low and interacted as much as possible with your fellow Steemit posters. This was barely 2 years ago and we have seen dramatic changes. Obviously the price has increased considerably which makes it more beneficial to post. The use of bots has skyrocketed and the interaction has diminished somewhat.
First of all, so many people are delegating their Steempower to either bots or new Steem projects. We also have a multitude of platforms to post on and enjoy.
A typical day might include posting a video on Dtube, updating your podcast on dsound, and searching for the coolest products on Steemhunt. You may share a meme with your followers on Dmania and livestream a video game on Dlive. You can share a few thoughts on Zappl, add a photo to Steepshot, and write a quick post on Busy. You may need to check out the latest development updates on Utopia as well.
To relax, you might try to win a little Steem by playing the Steem based Super Eight Ball on your Android device and then share the results using your Esteem app.
After you’ve completed all of these activities, you need to share them on your Blog which uses Steempress to automatically post to Steemit from your WordPress blog.
I share this imaginary day to make the point of “Wow, look how much we have grown!” When you take the time to explore all of the new decentralized apps on the Steem blockchain, the sheer number of available activities based on Steem is quite astounding.
I’m certain I have left some new platforms out, so please add them in the comments. In short, in spite of many ups and downs, We have come a long way! This is just the beginning.