My entry to the Pay It Forward Curation Contest - Week 93
This is my last minute entry for the Pay It Forward Curation Contest - Week 93 hosted by @pifc. The contest is run by @thedarkhorse and I am one of the judges along with @tryskele, @lynncoyle1 & @viking-ventures.
The rules of this challenge are very simple: Feature 2 High Quality Original Content Blog Posts from Steemians with less than $2 earnings at the moment.
This week I picked a post about Graffiti and another one about a Restaurant in the middle of the Bali forest. Both posts are from authors I've been following for a long time and who not always get enough credit for their posts: @heroldius and @putu300.
Here's the preview for their posts:
#1 - @heroldius (65)
I have been following @heroldius for a long time. He has been publishing great photos from Street Art works he finds, mostly in the streets of Canada. He also posts about cars and sometimes about other themes, but mostly, I've been following him for the Street Art and Graffiti, which I'm also a big fan of.
@heroldius has been regularly posting since he joined the Steem Network on December 7, 2017 and lately he has been getting just a couple of cents per post.
In this featured post @heroldius shows us 3 Graffiti pieces found in Montreal, Canada.
Check out the post to see all 3 works, which were made by the same artist. @heroldius also tells us a bit about the artist and where he found these pieces.
This post is sitting at only $0.10 in rewards. Surely he deserves a bit more, no?
#2 - @putu300 (66)
Coming from Bali, Indonesia, @putu300 shares a lot of great photos from his own country, where he works as a travel guide. He joined the Steem Network on January 12, 2018 and has remained very active ever since. Besides his photography posts, you'll see some travel related articles which are usually very good.
This featured post from @putu300 is an article about a Restaurant in the middle of the Bali forest and the food looks delicious.
I think this post should earn a lot more than $0.55, so please pay him a visit.
Right now, one of the blogs has only a meager $0.10 in rewards and the other has only $0.55. A few more upvotes wouldn't hurt, would they? Please help make it happen, by spreading some love on their posts.
If you want to join the contest, here's more info about the "Pay It Forward" contest hosted by @pifc.
My previous entries are here: