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”.
By Hunter Moon INTERNATIONAL experts insist that Africa is steadily edging towards an era of renewable energy, with a huge possibility of massive social development and job creation. The expert panelists, Howard Anglin, Yetunde Aderomola and Chibunna Ogbonna, were part of the monthly TAFFDs Virtual Town Hall discussions about the […]
💥INVITATION TO JOIN OUR ACADEMIC JOURNAL 👉🏽Who we are Transdisciplinary Agora for Future Discussions (TAFFD’s) Journal is an International reputable scholarly publication owned by TAFFD’s Inc, USA. The Journal invites well-researched innovative articles (both empirical and opinions) in all publications from every discipline with zero plagiarism. The areas include but […]
IS CRYPTOCURRENCY THE GATEWAY TO AFRICA’S PROSPERITY? By Hunter Moon Bitcoin experts have agreed that the future of Africa’s growing youth population will partly depend on the growth of cryptocurrency in the continent. Tax consultant Thomas Lobban and cryptocurrency entrepreneur Richard Abusinachi Ezeala constituted a high-level panel that successfully demystified cryptocurrency […]
Every 5th of May, we celebrate the Africa’s Day This year own bears a tremendous meaning for us as the TAFFD’s Africa community. We are not just commemorating the day; we celebrate the rise of futurists, game-changers, creative entrepreneurs, and outstanding leaders in different spheres of the African continent. We, […]
Our Vice President Brenda Ramokopelwa was interviewed by the great on-air personality Odette Van Der Haar on The Morning Show SA of eTV, in this short but scintillating chat, the vice president was able to explain our vision and mission. She started by explaining what TAFFD’s is – AGORA (a […]