Now that I'm more familiar with the cryptospace and without being a tech oriented or development focused, I know that if/when you shill something, you put your name, credibility and trustworthiness in that shill. A lot of reputations have been ruined because of some un-researched shill or some paid shill that resulted in a scam. I learned that with DLive and I guess a lot of us did.
Back in the ATH and when I had my delegation, I only shilled very few projects or ideas, only that one mentioned above ended up being a scam, but I also rejected a lot of people approaching me, asking me to shill something in exchange for some coins or some airdrop etc, and I really glad I said no because some of them ended up in exit scam or not delivering their promises.
My point here is, I don't shill easily anymore and not for everyone or every project. I'm sorry if you have approached me before and I said no or I ended up avoiding the topic, all the time I try to do some research about the team, the idea, the project, previous projects of the team etc and if something doesn't sound quite good I just walk away from it.
The reason I'm making this post is because I know some people (yeah, I'm talking about you three in the corner) care about my opinion about some stuff happening in our Blockchain and it's also positive to be vocal about important stuff going on on Steem, to take a side and to speah outloud, knowing that your opinion may carry some weight around your audience - again, hello to you, three people who care about my opinion :D. It's also very important to make a statement every once in a while being half of the @ocd-witness alongside @acidyo. These are not official shills or project reccomendations of the witness, these are my own, but you know the drill, it still carries some weight.
Project shills and community reccomendations
These are not necesarilly the only ones worth checking out and this list must definitely not be taken as the only source to find godd Steem based Dapps and Projects, it's an unbiased reccommendation of projects and dapps I'm in contact with and I use fairly frequently; they also had a recent launch or update which is exactly why I'm mentioning them here:
@steem.ninja: Account creation made simple. In this update, if you don't have liquid steem to create an account, you can just delegate some Steem Power to steem.ninja and you will get INVITE tokens that in turn, you can exchange for claimed accounts that you can use to create an account for your friends and family. Check more details here
@actifit: One of the Dapps I use the most just had a kick-ass update. You can track your steps during the day and keep record of your activity for months; they have some very cool features that will make keeping track of your fitness something fun and most importantly, get some steem rewards in the process. Check more details here
@travelfeed: If I was writing about travel and adventure like I used to before, I would definitely be even more excited about this Dapp, and even though I'm not the target market right now, I'm in constant communication with the team begind it and I highly reccommed this app for the avid travelers out there. Check more details about it here
@celfeditorial: A Spanish speaking project that has potential to become an incredible publishing source with a serious model behind it. I saw how the idea was born during the SNDbox summer camp I cooordinated and now the recenyl launched their Fundition campaign. I would definitely reccommend Checking it out here
These are only some shills in my top of mind that I've been wanting to do for a few days now. I can vouch for the projects and the people behind them and if I were you I would definitely check them out, they're some of the best ideas out there in our Chain.