The New Creator Economy
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When I started my content creation journey, I really had no idea where to begin.
Signing up for Twitter and Youtube were the logical first steps.
But after that, I wasn’t sure where to go next. And when Web3 is added to the mix, it gets even more confusing.
What blockchain should I use?
Where should I buy and sell NFTs?
Which Web3 social platforms should I sign-up for?
I eventually found my groove but it took countless hours of trial and error and testing out new platforms.
So I decided to compile a master list of 80+ tools that make up the Web3 creator economy.
If you want to learn how to make more money as a creator, this list is for you.
Make sure to bookmark this for future reference.
Blockchains are the foundation of the Web3 creator economy. Although Bitcoin is the original blockchain, there is little to no creator activity happening there.
But there are a number of other blockchains with a thriving creator economy.
In Web3 it is essential to self-custody your assets.
Remember: Not your keys, not your coins.
Here are the most popular wallets to store your digital assets.
Staying up-to-date with the latest trends and news is essential for crypto creators.
To stay informed about Web3, check out these media outlets.
Video content is dominating the internet. It is only a matter of time until Web3 platforms become as popular as the Web2 giants, YouTube and TikTok.
Here are the current leaders in Web3.
Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are the next iteration of community building.
DAOs provide ownership opportunities to the community and offer a more intimate way to interact online.
Here are some of the most popular DAOs to date.
Web3 social media will be the cornerstone of the new creator economy.
It is more important than ever to own your content, and these social protocols enable users to reclaim control of their online content and identity.
Social tokens offer a unique way for creators to monetize their brand and allow their audience to invest in a creator’s journey.
Social tokens can be a powerful way to launch a career and receive upfront capital in exchange for a percentage of future earnings.
Community management is essential for any Web3 project. It creates an environment for users to interact with the project and its creator/team.
The music NFT space is growing rapidly and will soon become the preferred way for artists to share their work.
Here are some of the top platforms to mint music NFTs.
The traditional publishing industry is outdated and encumbered by editors, publishers, and other intermediaries.
Web3 writing platforms enable creators to directly monetize their work and build a stronger connection with their readers.
Art was the first form of content to gain mainstream popularity as NFTs.
As an artist, there are many excellent platforms to tokenize your work and increase your earning potential.
NFT marketplaces have seen significant growth in recent years, providing creators with a wealth of tools and customization options to monetize their work.
To date OpenSea has been the most popular platform, but other marketplaces are quickly gaining traction.
Venture Capital has a significant impact on both the Web2 and Web3 creator economy.
Many firms are involved in this space, but those that focus exclusively on the growth of creators and the businesses that support them will reap the greatest rewards.
If you have limited coding experience, low/no code tools can be a game-changer.
These tools make it easy to create, customize, and deploy a Web3 project without writing any code.
With so many tools available it may be difficult to decide where to start.
To avoid feeling overwhelmed by the options, do the following:
Which tools will you pick to get started on your Web3 creator journey?
Thanks for reading and I will see you next week.