LeoThreads – 10 Threads Per Day?

User Experience Matters

Ok, I have to be honest, I found the original Threads very clunky, awkward, and unattractive. However, the new UI has managed to impress me, even to the point of adjusting my opinion on short-form content. Many of us had a taste of this with Noise.cash, which was destined to fail. I am unsure if the newer version is still operational, as I ditched “Noise” after they forced users to rebuild their following on the updated version, Noise.app.

I am generally not a “tweeter” or micro-blogger if you will. However, I will sometimes make use of this avenue as a way to share a trade idea or other market-related data. The introduction of the new UI has however increased my appetite for short-form content. You really can’t compare the user experience. The new UI is sleek, neat, and easy to navigate, making it a lot more appealing, in my opinion.

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This is likely to encourage a lot more “Lions” to be more actively engaged on Threads. This got me thinking: What if every community member posted 10 threads per day? Not legalistically, but rather as a minimum target, to ensure they remained engaged and relevant in the growth and adoption of Threads. I somehow think that this would create quite a “buzz”, ultimately multiplying engagement.

At the end of the day, LeoThreads produces an entirely new and additional form of engagement. Compounding, as well as the linking of engagement, is what creates unparalleled growth. The network effect is always at the heart of social media success. It’s always about more people, doing more… simple. Create a great environment to accomplish this end, and much of the battle is won.

Put It To The Test

There’s only one way to grow this arm of Leofinance, and that is to get involved: Post and engage. There is a lot of promise when it comes to a decentralized version of Twitter, especially for people like me, who lost a large Twitter account a number of years ago. I am simply not interested, regardless of who owns it. Decentralization is a non-negotiable for me now. I “own” Twitter accounts, but I don’t really use them much.

Everyone needs a Twitter, or Twitter alternative. LeoThreads is making a lot of progress in terms of being a worthy alternative. I am definitely going to be putting Threads to the test over the next while. Hopefully, many others will too. The future looks bright!

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