Scheduled Posting & Paying NRVE for Audience Analytics

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I recently posed a few questions considering the possibility for Narrators to pay NRVE in order to receive valuable audience analytics in return.

My original post can be viewed here. I'm struggling personally to understand what I should create and then when to post it. I want to serve my followers with valuable content and at a time convenient to them. Please, read my post for the full context, but here are a couple of the questions posed.

"Could it ever be possible, in the future, to use NRVE earned to buy in-depth data considering the times at which our own journals and posts are being read and engaged with?"

"Will there ever be a scheduled posting feature, where Narrators can wake up at 3am to write a masterpiece, but schedule it to post while they're at work?"

"Is this too much "Facebook" or "Twitter" thought and a major ask for breaches in privacy? Or is my request legitimate and fair?"

Thank you @Malkazoid for your suggestion to post it here as well! He also mentioned this may help create demand for NRVE, making it a "win/win situation."

Cheers!

 

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All good suggestions, and we are planning to do more with analytics. At this point there is no timeline, and the feature list is undetermined. I've changed this from question to suggestion so that others can weigh in and add ideas too.  

Scheduling time is certainly needed.

About analytics, I hope they will come, but free for all. I'd like all writers having the same opportunities, inside a community, and analytics is an essential tool. Else, connection with Google Analytics would be appreciated. I prefer paid services (publications, advertising, etc.) to remain distinct from the core writing thing.

Vico Biscotti posted:

Scheduling time is certainly needed.

About analytics, I hope they will come, but free for all. I'd like all writers having the same opportunities, inside a community, and analytics is an essential tool. Else, connection with Google Analytics would be appreciated. I prefer paid services (publications, advertising, etc.) to remain distinct from the core writing thing.

There are some features, and analytics might be one, that have costs associated with supplying them to the platform. A charge to defray the costs, while it doesn't add to the nrve pool, prevents draining it. 

Scheduled posts would certainly be helpful to me, I get spurts of creativity and don't want to hog the Recent Feed and then disappear. I'd rather have the posts go out over the long term and also be able to cover for when life intrudes on my plans. :-)

Dillon Hamilton posted:

I recently posed a few questions considering the possibility for Narrators to pay NRVE in order to receive valuable audience analytics in return.

My original post can be viewed here. I'm struggling personally to understand what I should create and then when to post it. I want to serve my followers with valuable content and at a time convenient to them. Please, read my post for the full context, but here are a couple of the questions posed.

"Could it ever be possible, in the future, to use NRVE earned to buy in-depth data considering the times at which our own journals and posts are being read and engaged with?"

"Will there ever be a scheduled posting feature, where Narrators can wake up at 3am to write a masterpiece, but schedule it to post while they're at work?"

"Is this too much "Facebook" or "Twitter" thought and a major ask for breaches in privacy? Or is my request legitimate and fair?"

Thank you @Malkazoid for your suggestion to post it here as well! He also mentioned this may help create demand for NRVE, making it a "win/win situation."

Cheers!

 

I wrote a lot about this too here https://www.narrative.org/post...tize-the-secret-data

Thank you for your writing Dillon.  We should be actively thinking of our data and how it should be used.

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