LeoFinance Engagement 🦁 - Trial Run

18 days ago
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So after numerous comments and discussion on the subject of engagement in the LeoFinance realm, I have reworked the Hive Engagement League script to focus on data related to the most active tribe on Hive right now.

This is a trial run. I am not sure how welcome a weekly post would be or if these are the best metrics to use, and so feedback is welcome.

With the help of very kind support on the Hive EL post each week, I am now sponsoring the contest myself, aside from kind Hivers sponsoring a lucky number.

The lucky number system has worked really well, but I guess with a linear curve in play, LEO whales could take advantage of this to drop a vote on posts/comments of those putting in the effort to engage and appearing high on this list.

Anyway, it's all open for discussion, and this could be the first and last post of this kind.


A jazzy image to here if we are around next week, like https://leopedia.io/faq/ (although I do like this cat).

The LeoFinance Engagement Table

The table is not based around financial rewards and relates to engagement.

Any account that made a comment on leofinance.io earned a score, but only the top 100 scores are listed.

The score is made up from a simple formula which uses the following as types of engagement:

  • Posts made using leofinance.io (P)
  • Comments made using leofinance.io (C)
  • Number of people spoken to where the comment was made using leofinance.io (PS)
  • Comments made outside of own posts using leofinance.io (CO)
  • Unique Author posts commented on where the comment was made using leofinance.io (UA)
  • Comments - replies to replies - depth > 2 (CR)
  • Comments - length in characters (CL)
  • Up-votes to others (V)
  • Up-votes to different authors (UV)
  • Self-votes (SV)

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  • 462 accounts made at least one comment using leofinance.io in the past 7 days
  • The top 100 produced 446 top level posts via leofinance.io
  • The top 100 produced 5404 comments via leofinance.io
  • The top 100 produced over 1.54 million characters of text in comments produced using leofinance.io
  • The top 100 cast 9242 votes on content posted via leofinance.io - 203 were self-votes
  • 311 of the 462 accounts that earned a score this week chose not to vote their own account

So there we are. Questions, feedback? I have a couple.

Should voting be included as a metric? Many accounts have an author account and a voting account for LeoFinance and other tribes, I'm not sure of the value of including the vote numbers.

Is this post something Leo tribe members want to see each week?

Over to you,


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