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You are very welcome :)

It is helpful knowing this information is useful especially coming from someone new. Thanks for taking the time to read it and providing feedback ~

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Always a pleasure. I am still learning and don't expect to know everything in a short space of time. I've been reading lots of articles on how Hive works and the various different "currencies" and content creation tips etc., I think that the Hive Handbook where it incorporates all these aspects would be very useful for anyone new. I am a very analytical person so I tend to read and research a lot before embarking on projects and having it all together would be a great post to pin that anyone can refer back to at any time.

Often people I think are also quite overwhelmed at the beginning (I know I was for at least a few days) and don't really know how or where to start - a handbook would be the way to go because then everyone that joins would be able to see that they aren't going to post pictures alone and magically make hundreds of dollars and that would then also weed out a lot of the people right at the get go that are in it for mainly the wrong reasons.

I'd be happy to help start pulling the content together if you guys are keen to create the handbook, keep me in mind please. Thanks again. Have a lovely day.

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It does take time to figure your way around and understand how things work.

I was just poking around with the handbook idea, haven’t heard anyone else talking about creating one. However, if I had help with enough brains and hands on deck I wouldn’t mind embarking on that journey :)

Yes that is exactly what’s needed. People that come onboard need to realize that posting here isn’t a get rich quick scheme and it does take time and work.

You have a lovely rest of your day as well ~

posting here isn’t a get rich quick scheme and it does take time and work.

YES!