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November 25, 2018, 12:52:16 PM
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Run a bounty that will focus more on social media campaign with twitter and facebook as your focus. Adding youtube and article writing will be good. Bounties are the easiest way to get your project promoted without paying upfront for advertising or marketing fees.
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November 28, 2018, 01:46:16 PM
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Run a bounty that will focus more on social media campaign with twitter and facebook as your focus. Adding youtube and article writing will be good. Bounties are the easiest way to get your project promoted without paying upfront for advertising or marketing fees.

All bounties are good, all campaigns are good, which one is better should depend from focus group. Advertising is the essence of any business, spending money on that is never thrown money. Advertising should be constant, creative, it's how project build community.
More methods you use better advertising campaign will be, but that will cost money. Think about how much money you have first, than make advertising for that money, when you are low on money you need to be very creative.
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November 28, 2018, 07:17:12 PM
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January 06, 2019, 03:07:34 AM
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So, if one begins with the basics, the first principles, so to say, the purpose of all these ad/ bounty campaigns is to discover and reach prospects and convert them into customers/ subscribers. Since everyone distrusts everyone else on the Internet, (and with good reason), bounty campaigns are the seed 'bait' to prove a site's bona fides.

But, this schematic only considers a distrusting set of prospects viewing a distrustable, unknown entity offering them product or service. The other side of this equation is a distrustable/ disreputable horde of superficially appearing prospects who are immune to conversion, and whose only object is to game your system for airdrops and the like freebies. This is the scenario on Twitter. I don't know much about the Facebook angle, but maybe that too has a similar problem.

Hence, the rush for crypto/ blockchain conferences, so that genuine, new prospects can be discovered; and the advertiser can put their best show in front of them. Unfortunately, that angle too has dried out now, it's more like every seller pitching to every other seller at these conferences!

The solution is present but tedious to implement. Also, your project needs to be really sound and convincing for this to work. This solution involves directly contacting individuals, whether via Twitter, or their email, or even using direct mail. So, first you need to identify the genuine people who could be prospects, and then reach them, even using direct mail where necessary.

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January 07, 2019, 06:24:30 PM
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So, if one begins with the basics, the first principles, so to say, the purpose of all these ad/ bounty campaigns is to discover and reach prospects and convert them into customers/ subscribers. Since everyone distrusts everyone else on the Internet, (and with good reason), bounty campaigns are the seed 'bait' to prove a site's bona fides.

But, this schematic only considers a distrusting set of prospects viewing a distrustable, unknown entity offering them product or service. The other side of this equation is a distrustable/ disreputable horde of superficially appearing prospects who are immune to conversion, and whose only object is to game your system for airdrops and the like freebies. This is the scenario on Twitter. I don't know much about the Facebook angle, but maybe that too has a similar problem.

Hence, the rush for crypto/ blockchain conferences, so that genuine, new prospects can be discovered; and the advertiser can put their best show in front of them. Unfortunately, that angle too has dried out now, it's more like every seller pitching to every other seller at these conferences!

The solution is present but tedious to implement. Also, your project needs to be really sound and convincing for this to work. This solution involves directly contacting individuals, whether via Twitter, or their email, or even using direct mail. So, first you need to identify the genuine people who could be prospects, and then reach them, even using direct mail where necessary.

My $0.02!


Exactly my thought about Blockchain conferences - although they seem a great choice (but quite expensive - especialy if you want to have our own booth) they are becoming a place where everyone wants to sell something but no one is interested in buying.
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