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Hello, this is interesting. I need to connect with people playing guitar and bring out a concept, which is not taught, yet is it immensely powerful. I do not have a big following on other social media, and I was hoping not to have to. Yet, I have been told few times, I may be trying too hard to "make it " on Bitcoin. When PowPing was released, I immediately thought that may be a compromise. Now I am considering opening a channel for guitarstuff. How the channels work? Who can see the post? How it could help me and the people who I can help, only they do not know I exist? I appreciate your inputs, .... Thank you
Currently a channel works like a public forum. There are plans to add additional privacy control and settings in the future, but for now you can think of it as similar to creating a public forum or a subreddit. This means the channel description should be very clear about what kind of people you want to attract, and you may need to invite some seed members to start the community as well as some community building. I think the key thing to realize is that this is not your private space where only you post, but a place to bring together people with similar interest.
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1 year ago
misha_pelt replied:
Thank you. Do you think Guitar Stuff description is clear?
unwriter replied:
This is just my personal thought, but I think it would be nice if the channel description was shorter and explicit about what kind of people you're trying to gather. The people who skim the description should be able to quickly grasp: 1. What kind of content they expect to see when they subscribe 2. What kind of content they should contribute with 3. Overall, what kind of environment you're trying to create Maybe thinking of this as as an online house party where you invite like minded people, may help with thinking about how to do this. Also, it would be definitely helpful to invite some seed members you already know who are willing to contribute to the topic, even if it's just a couple of users. That way new users will not be afraid to contribute either. If the channel only had your posts, people may feel like they're invading your space and will not want to contribute.
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1 year ago
misha_pelt replied:
Thank you. Very helpful.
There's no such thing as "trying too hard to 'make it' on Bitcoin" :P Succeed or fail, either way, you learn something from the process And you try again
misha_pelt replied:
oh yes, I am learning all the time, that's right. Only now, how you say in English, its leaking in my shoes. I truly need to monetize my things. And I know, I have know how that would uplift peoples playing and understanding, but I struggle to a) find the people interested in such a niche b) make living
hammerbrook replied:
I'm by no means musical, but I do have an econ background. From what I gather, the video on your website teaches people about basic chords. So why do you need to monetize your things, and what sort of services are you thinking of providing?
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1 year ago
misha_pelt replied:
Yes, to use The E system for guitars to the full potential, its needed to go back to basics and understand, there is only 5 shapes of chord, all the rest is customization. Thanks to the guitar unique tuning, to each string relates a shape of chord. There is 7 numbers ( representing intervals) which do a lot of work for us, if we know how to use them. Eg, allow us to create altered chords, chose a skill to play over ( numbers at play) and also when and where which chord to use. That explained in plain English. The way forward is to understand not just memorize. So it looks like basic chords, but it is way more. Thank you, your question helped me realize some things :) Why monetize? This is what I know is useful.(to some) This is what I like and understand. I don't have an income. What sort of service? Course, lessons.
hammerbrook replied:
Wow what a detailed explanation, even in plain English! Anyways, having studied the careers of two extremely successful pop musicians and written long-ish posts on social media a few years ago, this is what I think may be of help to you: - Study those who started out with a similar situation as you on Youtube, those who later on succeeded in generating a stable income and building an audience. e.g. + What were the important key steps/right decisions that worked? + Did they have mentors? How did they meet them? - Other than courses, what other paid services would people be looking for? - What sort of music lessons are available on moocs? Can you do something better(a substitute) or perhaps provide complimentary services? e.g. Q&A sessions, live practice - Who and where are the following type of people? Those who like you, would like to spend time with you, would like to pay you money and learn something from you, and/or can afford to pay you. Hope it helps! Have fun and best of luck!
hammerbrook replied:
Wow what a detailed explanation, even in plain English! Anyways, having studied the careers of two extremely successful pop musicians and written long-ish posts on social media a few years ago, this is what I think may be of help to you: - Study those who started out with a similar situation as you on Youtube, those who later on succeeded in generating a stable income and building an audience. e.g. + What were the important key steps/right decisions that worked? + Did they have mentors? How did they meet them? - Other than courses, what other paid services would people be looking for? - What sort of music lessons are available on moocs? Can you do something better(a substitute) or perhaps provide complimentary services? e.g. Q&A sessions, live practice - Who and where are the following type of people? Those who like you, would like to spend time with you, would like to pay you money and learn something from you, and/or can afford to pay you. Hope it helps! Have fun and best of luck!
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1 year ago
misha_pelt replied:
Thank you! That is helpful. Who and where are the people is I think the biggest thing. :) My life situation suddenly changed, I am changing country, and starting anew. I may as well meet these people in real life. I appreciate you writing me. Thank you again.