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RE: SteemWorld Support / 2019-11-25

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Yo, thanks for continuos effort of trying to get funded. I love your persistence. I was wondering how many people actually use your website? There are so many cool tools for Steem but even the best stop continued work due to the lack of funding (not good tbh but that's sad facts).

So the question is, can you provide some data on the usage of your website so that people can get an idea if your future development efforts make any sense?

It's not that a tool is bad or something, it's just how many are actually using it. SteemProposals, for instance, has only 50-70 daily users, even though that's a default website where people check the proposals. SteemPeak, Busy, Actifit less than 500, at least according to SteemApps.com

I understand that you're trying to replace a traditional income with funds from proposals but I think it's kind of tricky now. Even though the budget is not too small, there are only a few people with enough SP that can help to pass return proposal threshold. I personally observe the whole situation and don't really like it as well, so I'm actively looking the ways on improving the whole process.

In any case, despite how much I love Steem Proposal System to help more people to get compensated for their work, I highly advise you to start working on some team that will actually pay you a salary. Then, you can actually have a financial relief and continue building SteemWorld if that's your baby.

Hope that helps in a way.

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I love your persistence.

Thanks, I just love Steem and I won't go away.

I was wondering how many people actually use your website? There are so many cool tools for Steem but even the best stop continued work due to the lack of funding (not good tbh but that's sad facts).

I don't run own statistics, but according to https://similarweb.com SteemWorld had ~ 180,000 unique visits in October. Hard to say, how many users that in reality are, but I think enough to keep me alive. I'm no business guy and I don't really want to be one, but I will always do my best to keep SteemWorld running.

I understand that you're trying to replace a traditional income with funds from proposals but I think it's kind of tricky now.

I removed my SPS proposal, because that way of funding does not work for me. I need at least to some degree a constant income, which is hard to achieve with the SPS, especially for a 'non-business' guy like me. I prefer to stay in background and just build awesome tools.

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Tub Cat frequently uses Steem World to check his curation earnings and to review the activity of unwashed humans. The website is very useful for these purposes.

I have the same issue. It is always hard for me to ask for funds for my work. I guess that's just something not everybody is comfortable with.

I'm sorry to hear that you removed your proposal tbh. But I'm pretty much sure there's a lot of stuff to be done in other Steem projects that can actually pay for the work. I think you're a good guy, just ask around. I'm pretty much sure people need some help.

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