Hola a todos !!!!! es un placer hacer parte de esta comunidad, en vista de que la mayoría son foros en inglés, he decidido crear un espacio para entusiastas de habla Hispana , con el propósito de hacer crecer la comunidad con contenido original y creativo, los invito a hacer parte de este emocionante y fascinante mundo que tenemos por descubrir. Bienvenido a bordo !!!!
I'm going to wait until people can post to unowned niches before I start hitting up content creators. I feel too much of my efforts will be wasted if I do it now and they show up and can't tag their content properly. Once that's solved, I'll be happy to promote with any logo at all. Going into energy-saving mode now - I have to remind myself to do that when the universe is clearly saying timing is not right.
With Beta now announced to launch on April 2, which is World Autism Day, I'm going to be hitting up the #ActuallyAutistic community to queue up posts in my Actually Autistic niche to go live at the most appropriate time to get the attention they deserve. But yeah, that unowned niche thing may be the death knell before we even get started.
I've been giving that unowned niche thing a lot more thought. I keep thinking of trying to find people who might be interested in owning a niche based on their current interests, and I can't think of a good argument to get them to move off Facebook where they can control a group of their interest without paying for it. There's got to be a compelling reason for them to spend their time here. "Hey, come spend money in hope that you'll make some" just doesn't sound all that persuasive.
Yes - the free model of old social will be more appealing to people who are not looking to be content entrepreneurs. That's the majority of folks. To lower the barrier to entry - niches will need to show activity before most people will be willing to consider buying them. If we allow approved niches to receive content, and we take a dynamic, market driven approach to niche fees, niches will find owners. Almost 800 already have. But I'm FAR more concerned for the users who come here to...
Yes, that's what I was hinting at. I agree completely. We can play supply-side economics or let the market decide. Ronald Reagan proved that a focus on the supply side alone is disastrous for the overall economy in the long run. The current Narrative approach is supply-side. Content creators can't post to niches that have not been purchased. That will strangle content creation. And at the most critical stage of development. Startups have an uphill battle as it is without self-imposed...
And here's something I'd like to add to that. If we let market dynamics rule here, a great many (the majority, actually) of niches on the market will sell for less than the current $75 minimum. Some might actually go for as little as $25, or even $10. But think of the upside. If you have one niche that sells for $25,000 because it is populated with high-value content before it is purchased, how many smaller niches at $25 each will that one niche swallow up? It's easy to do the math. True...
I agree. The model is somewhat broken. The Team has cited 'skin in the game' as the reason for the minimum cost. IF you subscribe to the notion that one should have to pay more than the value of something in order to be committed to it, then that can still be achieved for less than $75. So any reduction in this minimum cost would improve the model. In any event, economic viability should not be our focus at this early, early stage. Usability should outweigh revenue as a concern. If niche...
I agree and if those niches are successful after one or two years, they will create much higher revenues for the company as they have to be renewed. So the initial price is not that important in my opinion.
gracias por tu comentario @Rosemary , es un placer conocer personas nuevas y entusiastas , que de una u otra manera entran a hacer parte de nuestra comunidad virtual , todos aportando de manera conjunta y desinteresada con el proposito de compartir informacion en nuestro lenguaje cotidiano.
Dato curioso : El Instituto Cervantes calcula que hoy hablan español alrededor de 559 millones de personas , incluidos los hablantes de dominio nativo, los de dominio limitado y los estudiantes de español como lengua extranjera. por lo menos ahora sabemos que no estamos tan solos ; ) . (es broma).
Fantástica iniciativa, somos algunos de españa los que apoyamos este proyecto y compartimos el entusiasmo por tener nichos en los que publicar, hay que crear comunidad y reunir a los que compartimos idiomas, es el primer paso.
Gracias @Andrés por tu aporte, es un gusto poder compartir con personas que hablamos el mismo idioma, lo mejor de todo es que es una comunidad muy grande en termino de lenguaje, espero que nuestros aportes sean cada vez mejores y podamos entre todos hacer crecer la comunidad narrative y crypto.
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