In a rowdy online space, finding your niche audience can be a difficult task for many content creators. The problem arises not unilaterally but in a complex form. It is usually not the case that content providers cannot find their audience, but that their audience cannot identify their voice, hence creating a mismatch between value delivery and capturing. In his opinion piece, Hunter moon defines audience as a tribe. If you can find your content tribe, they can identify your voice. He outlines seven undeniable content tribes and how to identify each so as not to market your ideas to the wrong tribe. “like a pride of lions, tribes stick with their own”.
The theme for the 2020 TAFFD’s Magazine is HEALTHCARE, LONGEVITY, TECHNOLOGY, AND POST COVID 19 POLITICS, SOCIETY, AND ECONOMICS Sub-themes: 1. THE CHALLENGES OF MAINTAINING HEALTH IN THE MIDST OF POVERTY AND HUNGER. 2. SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING AND GLOBAL SOLIDARITY. 3. FEAR AS THE NEW WORLD ORDER. 4. DISPLACEMENT/ […]
As we close for this three days marathon academic event tagged, “International Conference on Future Africa: Sustaining the Source” with the theme, “Compliance to Global Sustainability”. But before I proceed, I wish to thank all our participants who deemed it possible to attend this conference. In contextualizing an idea to […]
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