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It's another new month in 2021. How fast time is running and before we knew it, it's already 2022.
Within June, I lost an uncle, had lots of busy days at work, fell ill a couple of times, then came the Euro cup and Copa America to keep my football loving self entertained and then the latest good news of my brother being offered admission to Teesside University, Middlesbrough and the urgent need for fund to make required payments. This is just a brief summary of how my June was spent.
I welcome July with open arms and hope it would bring better fortune to my family and I. Happy new month to y'all.
This is a recap of the Patronage activities in June, but before we head into the business of the day, allow me to share this little piece with you.
I have come
I have come to the living ground
Brought to stay and live in bound
Not to stay in brief like abductor
But to feel lasting and ageing like doctor
I have come to the social ground
Where the greater bodies damage and easily pound;
The least without minding their rate of survival
And knowingly blocking the natural way of arrival
I have come to the political ground
Where we deny nature foolishly with fund
Throwing away the young lives of ours
With manipulated counts arriving at wrong hours
I have come to the religion ground
Where we all rush in and occupy the mould
And we pray,and wail,and burn garment
Yet stepping half out,we set evil as target
I have come with hope to the writing ground
Where words, papers, and pens seems more proud
If allowed can make, change and correct the errors
Leaving the nature and its creatures to reflect in new colors.
Back to the Patronage Recap.
At the end of the month, I post a recap of the Patronage activities - nominations rounds and beneficiaries. I also reward the most consistent nominators of the Patronage initiative. The initiative won't be successful without these users. This is my little way of incentivizing them to keep supporting the Patronage with their weekly nominations, likes, and comments.
About the Patronage
The intent of the Patronage which was started about 8 months ago is to encourage and support users, especially newbies and older users who have not been doing so well when it comes to earning tips from TheRandomRewarder. The intent is to tip their posts with the little amount I could afford at a particular time to encourage them to keep writing.
Every week, two unique users are supported by patronage. To help out with selecting the two beneficiaries for each week, I always call on users to help me nominate such users. The nomination round of each week is announced on Wednesdays and users are allowed to nominate till Sunday when the beneficiaries of the week are announced.
In June, we had 4 rounds (weeks) of the Patronage - Week 23 to Week 26. The nomination round of each week was officially announced on Wednesday. The nomination runs to Sunday when all the nominations received from participating users (nominators) will be reviewed and the two users with the most nominations announced officially on Sunday as the beneficiaries for the new week.
The Patronage Package for Beneficiaries
Here are the benefits users receive as beneficiaries of each Patronage week:
Subscriber(s): the first benefit of been a Patronage beneficiary is that you'll get a new subscriber, me. I will subscribe to you and hope those other patronage supporters will do the same.
Sponsorship: this offer is not available at the moment as I have been experiencing difficulty sending a sponsorship offer.
Tips: I will get to read and tip up to 7 articles you published within the week of being a beneficiary.
The Patronage Beneficiaries in June
We concluded 4 nomination rounds in May which produced a total of 8 beneficiaries - 2 beneficiaries per week.
Here are the 8 users who were beneficiaries of the Patronage in June:
The nomination round for each week of the Patronage is officially announced on a Wednesday via a read.cash post and the nomination deadline is Sunday. But in some weeks, due to busyness and other factors, I end up publishing the nomination post a day or two days later. However, whenever it is announced my lovely friends and supporters on the platform always make out time to visit and nominate a user or two for the beneficiaries of the week. I appreciate you all.
We had 4 Patronage nomination rounds in June. And a total of 8 beneficiaries emerged.
Patronage Nomination in June
No matter when the nomination round of each Patronage week is announced; Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, I always receive nominations from my ever-supportive friends on read.cash. some users come in almost every week to nominate users for the Patronage beneficiaries of the week. I want to take this opportunity to appreciate all the users who have participated in any of the Patronage nomination rounds, most especially to those who come in almost every week to nominate user(s). A big thank you.
Nominators of Patronage Week 23 Nomination Round (June week one)
The announcement post for this nomination round was made in the first Wednesday of June. About 16 users turned up to nominate others. This is a lot of improvement to the week 22 nomination. We also had some new names in the week's nomination round.
In the end, @Bloghound topped the nominees' list with 11 nominations. Followed by @Peter-Molnar with 6 nominations.
Nominators Bonus: The users who participate in the nomination rounds are not left out of the weekly Patronage reward. I tip their nomination comment with a random amount. Also, the users that nominate the beneficiaries of the week get an additional tip. I have not been consistent with this, I will improve on this in subsequent weeks.
The above users should please endeavour to leave a comment on this post to receive their reward.
I want to also thank every other user who participated in any one of the nomination rounds. I can't afford to reward everyone at the moment, but I appreciate your support. The weekly nominations bonus tip is still alive and I will keep to it. I appreciate your contributions and support.
Pride is pride not because it hates being wrong, but because it loves being wrong: To hate being wrong is to change your opinion when you are proven wrong; whereas pride, even when proven wrong, decides to go on being wrong.