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In Web 3.0 the creators are directly rewarded by their audiences

Content creators — artists, musicians, writers, social influencers — are the true stars and revenue drivers for media properties, but they are often not adequately rewarded for their efforts. The relationship between creator and fans is intermediated through a third party, such as Instagram, which shares the revenue and exerts some artistic control. By directly rewarding creators for their work, social tokens — a type of cryptocurrency (crypto) whose value reflects fan enthusiasm — may fundamentally disrupt this long-standing model. Creators, in essence, become their own economies.

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Exploring how will social tokens change online communities as we know them today. How will middlemen fade away and creators will retain much more value from their audiences.

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It’s exactly what it sounds like.

It’s a very common term on Twitter in the Creator Economy. When a creator/entrepreneur says that they’re going to launch something new, they take their followers along with them.

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DMs on any social media

Whether it’s through Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, DMs is where you develop strong relationships with other people.

You could be yourself and show up with what you know, and people will still be willing to work with you. Sometimes, you know more than you think. The person you might want to help can be at day 0, while you’re at day 100. Your goal is to bridge that gap.

Don’t be afraid to develop strong relationships with the people who are commenting or engaging with your work. You never know, they might be your next client.

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