Nurturing your brand and audience is the key to long term success in Web3. Building trust and demonstrating that you have the best intentions of your audience in mind as you develop your value proposition are essential…
The decentralized web is upon us, and with it comes a whole new way of creating and consuming content. If you want your content to thrive in this new environment, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.
Building a successful Web3 lifestyle brand requires more than just having trendy products or services. You need to be in-tune with what is popular in culture and help people express themselves using your NFTs.
As the world of Web3 and NFTs continues to gain popularity, more and more people are looking to get involved in the space, many as artists. It is no secret that the world of NFTs has been booming. In the past year alone, the market for NFTs has exploded, with prices skyrocketing and new platforms and artists popping up left and right.
The digital identity of a PFP project can generate a lot of support from people that relate to the art and the brand it stands for. However, recently we have seen many PFP projects fall short due to the massive influx of supply, and it immediately puts your project in harsh competition with the rest of the market.
It's been a little over a decade since Web 2.0 came onto the scene, and while it's been a transformative force, there's no denying that it's beginning to show its age. Where once we used the web primarily for simple tasks like reading the news or checking our email, we now use it for much more complex activities. We shop online, stream movies and TV shows, work remotely, and stay connected with our friends and family no matter where they are in the world.
You're a creator, marketer or business owner and you’re thinking about how to get your work/brand in front of as many people as possible. This applies no matter the size of your business – start up or multinational industry leader. The internet has made it easier than ever to reach a global audience, but there are still a lot of choices to make when it comes to deciding how and where to share your work.
At its core, being a disruptor means shaking things up and doing them differently. It's about looking at the status quo and saying, "There has to be a better way." The ideas, actions or events that follow this often cause a significant shift in behaviour. Disruptors challenge traditional thinking. They are change-makers and trailblazers who anticipate changes in the market and adapt their businesses accordingly.