Social Recognition Blog

CyberProps is the world’s first completely free social recognition blog designed so friends can easily give props to one another. You can give props to anyone or anything you feel deserves to be recognized. CyberProps is the one social media blog where actions definitely speak louder than words. Let the good vibes flow.

It feels damn good to be recognized, and it feels even better to give props to someone who deserves it. 

When asked what leaders could do more of to improve engagement, 58% of respondents replied “Give recognition.” (Psychometrics, A Study of Employee Engagement in the Canadian Workplace 2010)


Respect, Respect.

CyberProps represents a new generation of people committed to giving props to all things big and small.

Give it a try… it feels good AF.

Submit Your Recognition

CyberProps citizens from around the globe submit props articles to our blog. It is our way of spreading the CyberProps message beyond the confines of the CyberProps social community. These articles have evolved into a cornerstone of our mission to spread respect in the form of recognition. You can submit your own props articles to


To Failing for Happiness

For many millennials freshly acquainted with the new working class and finding ourselves in jobs that are not exactly what we want to be doing, I dare you to allow yourself to fail. I have recently gone on the interview trail, and many of the older and higher up individuals within companies say that it…


To the People that Helped Me Reach the NFL

Props: Role models who shape our lives What is a role model? To me a role model is someone you aspire to be and someone you don’t want to disappoint. Like most boys, my first role model was my dad. I would follow him around and do everything he did. My father unintentionally instilled in…


Peyton Manning’s Martyrs

Peyton Manning sure, he broke the career yardage record in Mile High Stadium this year. He’s an All-American guy with a group of records you could write a coffee table book on… single season touchdowns, career touchdowns, most passing yards in a season, Super Bowl winner, so on and so forth. The guy has a Children’s…


Volunteering Abroad

I’ve always had a passion for serving my community, that’s just the way my heart is wired, there’s no great explanation for it. As a youth, I participated in many community service activities, and as I got older, my horizons broadened and I was eager to touch lives universally. Being Sierra Leonean, my country is…


10 Emotional Songs For Your Moodiness (Part 1)

Im sure you have felt moody before, and have decided that you aren’t going to go anywhere for the entire day. And all you want to do is stay in bed, keep to yourself, think, and listen to music. I had one of those just this past week. And it was MUCH needed! lol So…


My Dear Old Cathedral, Here’s to You…

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” That quote is by far one of my favorite quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As my alma mater, Cathedral High School, and its current students are going through this unprecedented amount of grief and loss, I want them to know we fully stand behind them with support and anything else needed.

The definition of the word compassion, according to Webster’s dictionary, is a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering. There is no better word to describe the feeling that I and all other Cathedral graduates are experiencing.


Surprisingly Hilarious Talent Show Act

Props: Cousins’ Talent Show Act While browsing social media the other day, I was super excited to see my uncle had posted a video of my cousins’ elementary school talent show act. I realize that may not be the reaction one would expect when thinking of a grade school performance, but I knew this would not be…


An Ode to Our Mother Earth

Anyone who knows me knows I often jump at the opportunity to engage in heady conversations about philosophy, religion, science, evolution…aliens. I personally love trying to weave together the big questions (frankly, they’re all one in the same – but THAT is a conversation to be had on barstools over pints) and I find it…


Extraordinary Animals- PropsCast Episode #3

I think it’s safe to say that we all have thought about what it would be like to meet an alien. What would they look like? Could we communicate with them? I think most of us have also come to terms with the fact that it is unlikely we will get the answers to those…