The Upvote Lists are Updated
If you stake DBLOG on your account, there is the possibility that you can get upvotes from @dblogbasicincome and @dblog.supporter. If you stake any amount of DBLOG, @dblogbasicincome upvotes your post on a daily basis. If you stake at least 100 DBLOG and write a high-quality post(= a lengthy post), @dblog.supporter upvotes your post on a daily basis.
The Rule Change for @dblog.supporter
Currently, if you stake more than 100 DBLOG and write a post containing more than 200 words, your post could be upvoted by @dblog.supporter and @hjlee119 with more than 240K DBLOG POWER. @hongdangmu is behind this support system for high-quality posts on dblog.io.
However, there has been a rule change for @dblog.supporter. The minimum word count is changed from 200 words to 400 words.
There are two reasons for this change. First, we want to reward high-quality posts on dblog.io. Of course, a high-quality post is not always a lengthy post. However, we strongly believe the most important in-post SEO starts with the concept of text length. We want to reward bloggers' time and effort. Second, @dblog.supporter experiences the short of the voting mana.
In the near future, the minimum requirement of DBLOG stake for @dblog.supporter will also increase because of the inflation of DBLOG tokens.
Then, you might wonder how long you should write on dblog.io to be upvoted by @dblog.supporter. After the rule changed, @dblog.supporter is still upvoting the posts according to the new rule of 400 words. Some of the posts upvoted by @dblog.supporter are:
You might be able to have some idea about this word requirement. Thank you very much for being part of dblog.io.
Don't forget to use the tag #dblog when you post on Steem blockchain!