Hello , I see tabs to link reddit, email, etc, but no link to post content from this forum to telegram. Telegeram is a very important tool since it's becoming a crypto hub. Telegram is attracting more users to new projects than reddit. Regards, Whit
Some folks have been worrying about the best niches already being taken. This led me to think a little about how to come up unique, profitable niches. Here are my thoughts so far and some googled up links. It seems to me there are at least three objective indicators we can look at to come up with niches most likely to be profitable: Advertising Revenue Potential - For this one idea is to think about how expensive ads generally are for keywords and keyword combinations likely to be used in a...
Michelle what a great post! I think this will be helpful for years to come. In fact you may just want to expand and turn this into one of your first content posts when we go live. It could just be a continual earner.
Thanks for these reference tools. It makes me realize I probably underpaid for the Health Niche . I do wonder though if Advertisers are going to be more inclined to pursue advertising on the broader Niches like Health or if they will prefer something more specialized like "Diet". Or if they have in mind to advertise on both then how that will affect their spending habits. A lot of these revenue streams can be curtailed or enhanced significantly depending on the platform functionality.
I did use that as a basis to some of the niches I proposed, there are a lot of forums and communities out there for trends that last a long time that have potential niche generation. Whether advertisers will use keywords later and where they aim to utilize it regarding niche space is an area that will be worth considering in the future. Finding and implementing good search tools is an advantage of taking great niches and moving them to your advantage. Great post overall and best of luck to...
On other note, what works for me, when I try to come up with some unique idea for niche, is to read something interesting, article, interview,... anything which is not too specific, rather broad, and addresses some current issue. It usually leads me to reflect on that topic and also on related topics and so on until I find some idea/subject so interesting that I consider suggesting it as a niche Though I am not sure whether this generates ideas for the most profitable niches it sure combines...
Thanks, @MichelleG , it definitely offers a fresh insight!With the niches that I already suggested and bought I usually choose the topics corresponding to my personal interests. Fortunately, I still have free spots for two niches so might as well try a different strategy this time... and see how it turns out
Agreed Sona, and Emily. Also think of the human element - as owner of the niche, success will entail repeatedly reaching out to a large number of content producers who specialise in the field of the niche. How does one speak compellingly to these folks if one is not interested in and well versed in the topic? Why should they respect you and your niche if you don't share their interest in the content they produce? The answer is, they shouldn't. Once Narrative has gained momentum, this will be...
Couldn't agree with you more! There are definitely people who have purchased niches for the potential, but I have a hunch they probably lack authority or passion for the niche. I find this to be a strange strategy as you become very dependent on your moderator and contributors for success.
Absolutely. Totally agree here. Particularly for right now (and possibly forever), the kind of reverse engineering I've been thinking about should serve, if anything, the role of putting words in front of your eyes that might remind you of an area of interest or expertise you have which you hadn't yet thought about in connection with niches. Fertility, which I'll write up soon here as a proposed niche, is a great example of this. I know all about the latest technology and research in this...
Malkazoid, Yeah this is a great, great topic. I'm assuming that how the ad placement and bidding software will operate is actually up for grabs right now (modulo white paper constraints). When I have a moment, I might peel this off into its own thread actually.
Concerning advertising, I am having doubts as to whether it will work the way folks seem to think it will. My impression was that network rewards (including revenue from advertising) are distributed based on niche activity levels. So if your niche has lots of people posting new content that is getting commented on and liked, you will get a bigger share of the network rewards than if your niche is not very active. I don't know that there will be any direct correlation between how much you...
I love it when people realise how valuable their trials in life can be to others! As a guy with no kids, I'm not really your primary audience, but I'll read what you write just because I know you went through it.
I am with you. My understanding is that the pool of advertising dollars is collective. Not what is advertised on your niche is yours. Generating activity on your niche is what is important. If you can't deliver the excitement and quality content for your niche there will be issues even if it is a popular topic.
Hi Whit, you're not seeing Telegram in the social share bar because this community platform isn't necessarily geared toward the crypto world (it's really wide audience). You're right that it would be cool to be able to share content from here easily into Telegram...we'll take it under consideration (keep in mind that there are a lot of competing priorities over here!)
Greetings, I just noticed that even though there are links to Latoken and Bilaxy, there is not yet a link that leads potential $NRVE buyers to Switcheo! I think that should be remedied, don't you? P.S.: I'm talking about the "How do I pay for my niche?" section, on the home page of the Chaucer alpha.
I am the niche owner of My Culture, Your Culture. I am from Bangladesh. We have a beautiful culture & I want to promote my wonderful culture with others. I also eagerly want to know the different culture of different countries. Through this platform, I want to exchange different culture & take positive from a different culture. To manage all of the things I need 2 quality moderator those have enough experience about culture. Those are interested apply here & express yourself why...
Hello Team, I just tried linking to a youtube video in a piece of content. The linking works, but adding a time code at the end of the url seems to have no effect. Give it a twirl with the following example URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qA2s_Vh0uE&feature=youtu.be&t=38s Try it first directly in a browser, then try placing it in a piece of Narrative content. Let me know how you go! Thanks, M
Haha - yes, sure enough. Thanks David. I'm used to that logo leading to the explanation site, and there being an Alpha or Beta link explicitly in the row of links, as there is on this site. New users might not suffer from the same expectation.
It happens that correct links, put in comments, become broken (saw that happening in posts too). What seems to happen is that "..." is inserted in the middle of link, but - occasionally - the original link is not kept. Instead, the shown link, with "..." is used, which is of course broken.
@David Dreezer , it occasionally happens. I've not found what triggers it. Of course, I put the full link, in the comment, not the text, but sometimes the text still becomes a link (with the "...") but it's a broken link. I've a clear example, but I can't put a link to a comment (oh, that's a suggestion...), so I can give you only the link of the story https://www.narrative.org/post...-don-ts-on-narrative and a screenshot of the comment If I go in edit, the link is intact.
I'm not seeing an issue with broken links. Yes, the appearance of the link is shortened for very long links, but if you click them, they work fine. If you want to copy a link - instead of highlighting and copying the text, and right click and choose copy link address, or whatever your browser terms it as. On mobile (chrome is all I have) it's link press on the link and press copy link address. Someone else will have to tell us how it's on on an iPhone.
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