Gm nice people, I need your help, I am struggling to support an artist, she is soo gifted and hard working and I feel bad that I am not really able to promote her, I got her interested in NFT, she told me that as an artist this is something that she was dreaming ever since the internet came to be!
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I’m here to make you both feel much better.
First of all, the #NFTfam or #NFTcommunity is thriving super good on Twitter. I’m making lots of good connections and getting more followers and likes each day. I recommend twitter. See my username? perennial_Haru, just follow me there, and I will reteet this beautiful fractal art whenever I’m online. Which is a lot! Are you both girls? Then I recommend you check out Women In NFT’s community, also MetaLadies and NFTGoddesses
Everytime I get online, I write GM (which means Good Morning in the sense of a morning greeting to start the day, but it also means we are basically super early to the real potential of NFT and the evolution of NFT art).
I must admit, these are tough times for NFT. First of all, we are on a bear market, that means the activity is much less than before. Hard to find new collectors and buyers (at least in my experience). Also, Twitter is not yet helping on getting rid of the bots, so that’s confusing, cause you’ll see some “artists” writing to ask for money in exchange for promotion. Well my dear, I don’t accept stuff like that. I need no intermediaries to promote my stuff. All the platforms needed to promote art are already available, although we are also in times of change. I don’t even know if twitter will keep existing in a couple of months, so do some research together with your friend and see where you can publish your works.
My strategy is simple, I created user perennial_Haru on every possible social media, so no matter what happens to those social media platforms, my username is only mine and I can prove it over many social media platforms and the blockchain at the same time. I also post as regularly as I can on many of them. Be active, be yourself. This is not about selling to the first bidder, but more of finding a community that appreciates you and your art, and that will make your works valuable for other artists in the space and collectors of digital art.
I still need to create lots of content, but I will not rush. Web2 was about publishing astounding amounts of content to keep the machine rolling, but web3 and even web4 might be much different, maybe you just connect directly to people who love your art independent of how many likes you have or how much engagement you attract. Internet should be much more simple than it is now, and we’re getting there soon. To be honest, I uploaded a bunch of NFT’s, really nice stuff, but because I pay no middleperson, promotion is slow. But I know that one day, when I least expect it, and maybe in a couple of years or half a decade, my art will sell super fast. Why? Because there is always someone willing to appreciate your art.
I recommend posting your content on different social media, so you always have backups and community engagement in all of them in case one of these platforms fails or tanks. When your friend and you start to sell your first NFT’s, you can create a team, and then branding and marketing are done absolutely by you and your team.
One more thing… I don’t think I’m selling my art to people who are from the past, but I think I am surely letting my art available for future buyers. This fractal art your friend does is TIMELESS, and it will be forever appreciated by the future generations. Make art for the now, and the future, and you shall see success. Make friends, have fun, be yourselves, and enjoy the ride!
It’s a scam. Don’t buy