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RE: Engagement League - How did I do? 🏅 |{Week 2}| and a Surprise!

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That was a nice review of the program. Comments are a big part of steem, it lets people know that there are some who read not just vote. I used to comment on everything I voted on, not so much any more, time issues, but I think it is important to comment when appropriate, (which is pretty much on most content).

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I comment whenever I can, and I strive to always reply to fans and followers who comment on my content!

Replying to people who engage on your own work I think is even more important than getting out there and engaging with others, but both play a key role in networking. I find this especially relevant to STEEM.

I rarely return to read or follow someone who doesn't respond to my comments but who continues being active posting. Showing appreciation even to your smallest audience is important.