Well, thank you, Vicki. Thank you so much. And and and after this we can listen to another music of Enrique Iglesias and and tell everyone he can just retweet the space. Please guys, it would be nice after this we can get and the DM all your friends, these guys. Thank you so much for your car. Back to you.
And the train is running. It's starting. So I want to welcome everyone here, and I'm going to welcome everyone here by name. Thank you so much for coming here. Thank you so much for taking my invitation. And I want to welcome everyone of you. That's your own community, your own space. Thank you so much for being here. I love each one of you. I'm going to start with my lovely cohost Shelby. Thank you so much for being here. Agee, the man and my good friend Wagdi and the MGB, the rubbers at Burke.
Singer and the best artist meet at the Wisdom and Olga. She's the fun, fun, funny, nice school hartest woman and Frank and Perris, my lovely young sister from Africa, neelu she's amazing Iranian. She lived in Canada and the ferry and the photographer, amazing photographer at Legion and the mocks mocks. I'm so sorry. My, my, my accent is not that good. And Jafari and the motion.
See and Christiano and the clue and the listener. So my actually little bit introduction. It's our tradition and our space here guys. We always tried to talk for some people they might don't know who's the beautiful artist behind his arteries collections who are not going to talk for each one of you 32nd only a little bit introduction about you just to get to know what kind of person hobby you have here and yes and yes.
So we have here a beautiful man. He worked. He is really a good chess player. I would love that day. I can play with him. I because I love this guy. He's have so good sense of humor. I'm in love with him. Thank you so much for being nice to all these beautiful young woman in your community. Man, I love you. Shelby, the 32nd for you. But before I start with you, let me tell or say this 32nd about me. I'm freaking school.
Egyptian, 42 years old and husband fathers and also the creator and founder behind the freaking schools. And also I'm a dog lovers and also I am a chess players. Yes, that's pretty much about me. Thank you so much. I moved to film actually 16 years ago. I live in Helsinki and I'm originally from Israel. It's a great nations and I'm so proud of my country, where I come from, where I raised. Yes. Thank you so much.
And then then Shelby, my PFP. Obviously the important part is Shelby was my best friend and she was the leader of Occupy Denver. So if you Google shall be the leader of Occupy, you can find out about her. She passed away, but.
Hello guys. Hello everyone. Hello Ajay. Helpers. Nice to see you. I think you sing for us also. Viorica. Hello. Hello again. Nice to see you guys. Amazing. Amazing space. I love you, the photographer. Also hello. Nice to see the fatty. Of course. All of you. The same time, the same place, the same space.
Like like Russians. But I think it's it's a Japanese, uh, vodka. They're the same, so could be nice. OK, guys. And they need to give the mic. And this is could be Paris. Paris, can you hear me? Hello, beauty Angel?
And this is a family project that we do. My wife is the artist of our lovely wagdy doggies. And we give back to the NFT community. That's what, that's what our platform is about. So thank you for having me. Oh, and I give the. I give the MIC to fire Phoenix.
Thank you for your phoenix. Uh, hi everyone. Uh, so glad to be here. Even though I'm, uh, I'm extremely tired. I'm trying to hug my pillows right now. Anyways, my name is Frankie. I'm a self-taught artist from Nigeria and I've worked with different mediums like pencils, oil, paint and recently I doubled in.
Hey, thank you bud. Umm, my name is Russ. Actually. Everybody called me meta. I'm an IRL artist for about 20 years. As in the New Orleans area mostly. Now I'm in the Vegas area in the US. My PFP is actually a real aluminum skull mask that I made years ago. I used to take a trick or treating. I use a plasma cutter and a English wheel to create it and now I use turn it into digital and AT art and paint it do different characters with it. I'm also Ambassador co-host for NFT.
Talk that's integrated into Twitter to help spaces like this get seen because Twitter doesn't do a very good job of showing it. If you go over there, you'll see freaky is on our site and we also help artists get seen because y'all, if you register, you get a profile over there that helps you out also with a lot of other things. But I only got 30 seconds, so I don't want to get all that. That's the gist of it. I do ask everybody to shout out the space that helps you get hurt and seen, retweet eve
Seen Umm share, follow all the comment all these things are parts of the algorithm that's going to help you guys get seen and heard in Spider web you out there? So I want to throw it to the next person. I'm not sure who's who, but for Veronica is that did I pronounce that right?
I am from Russia and now I live in Moldova for two years and I'm a full time digital artist for seven years and I'm a mother. I have to tell the child children and I'm a wife and I now I full time and in NFT, in digital painting, and I love it.
So, yeah, my name's Paul, but most people call me being your MG. I'm a husband, father of two girls and the gardener, writer, artist. And I run my own businesses. And I always looking for a, you know, next place where it's best to invest and you know, I won't rest.
Hello, thank you. Well, I will start. Um, I am. Well, my name is Francisco. Uh, I am in Buenos Aires and I I was born in Barcelona. I lived many years there and, well, now I am in the NFT's here in Buenos Aires. I will share with you something now.
And I do usually collage also uh photography and I have different products in an artworks in different platforms and you can find in tesos. In object you can find in foundation and photography also talking about college and political poetry.
Uh a link of your of your like project or something? I think you can have all of them in link three. It's for free, it will be more organized. It's just only my my small feedback for your own good. I think it will be looks better if you have link tree in your link section, your profile so you can add it. All this beautiful links to related to your project here and there.
All of them, they are related to the NT. It's a beautiful but I think the traffic in in this too many hashtags in your PIN tweet, it won't get the result what you seek for it. That's what I believe I think and it would be nice if you can have or two or three. It will do the work and you will get the the accessible reachable and the result what each one of us looking for.
Yes, bro, yes bro, yes, of course yes. I understand and it's a good feedback. Thank you. And in in fact and however I have the the the yacht that is like a link tree that is in my video, but I decided to put them here in in to share with you directly. But yes, I understand the Facebook and it's a very good feedback. Thank you. Thank you.
OK. That's a beautiful man. That's really that's the most the the most sweetest name I ever had. It's freaky, but I like it the way you said it. It's you have a beautiful accent. I I hope. I wish. Actually. My accent is so beautiful. Like you, man. I love it, man. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Love you, man. Thank you so much. Thank you. You are really beautiful, man. Thank you so much for sharing this. We love you, man. And that's all. If anyone you would like to raise his hand to have
For this supportive, motivated lift him up, try to grow uh. He's most welcome. Raise his hand and he can may, with all respect, give him the questions or the feedback. Mr Metalhead, thank you so much. You may make the question. Thank you.
I just want to add on to what you were saying freakies and when you put some it confuses people when you have that many posts and all of them hashtags are going to really hurt you with the algorithm. What you should do is have one of your main links in your thing you want to hashtag your Twitter handle. That helps you get seen in the search engines if it's on there and you want some kind of bio because one of the things people do, it's it's the big thing is to share your PIN tweet so if it's get
People don't know what you're about. They're probably not going to click on nothing. So you want a little bit about what your art is in your PIN tweet so they understand. So that's what I would like to add to what you want to do and everybody with their pen tweets, because that's something that needs to go around a lot and you want it to be very simple and easy for people to understand. And you don't want to hurt yourself with all them hashtags for sure. On the maximum is 4. They say usually les
Yes, hi fire phoenix. I just wanted to see your artists really, really nice. I just had a question the I like the contrast between the colors and the black and white. I just wanted to ask if this were like symbols or text. It kind of kind of kind of, you know how has like a resemblance to like an Arabic text. I just wanted to understand the if it had any meaning per se.
OK, no. Yes. Uh, uh what I wanna ask what? What I wanna add sorry is that I have a an A story, a little story. Very little story about my surname because my, my, my past generations were from Persia and they're in in an airport and there was an accident with a paper about documents that the rain.
OK, Sam. Uh, I want to welcome you. I would Love Actually, Sam, if you can make a list. If you don't have it now, it's OK. I understand. But you can make it. Maybe a little bit later I will start to lift more people up. And yes, so just only go for it. If you want to say something, please, please save it. After this, we can move to the next one. And I hope he can raise his hand right now. Who want to talk, guys?
I I thought the same thing I've had. I've gotten rugged at the weirdest moments where I'm in the middle of like saying stuff like, I'll be like in the middle of like a very, very very well thought through sentence and then I'm just gone or whatever.
Right. OK, OK. I don't love freaky at all. He's a terrible host. I, uh, you know, I don't. I don't think anybody should be in this space. Ohh. Look, I'm still up here. OK? All right. Hi, Shelby. Good to see you, man. After all this time.
Finally, please invite the space. I mean, why is there only 5 tweets about the space? What are you guys doing this? 34 people in here? I'm trying to figure out this. I'm a mouse, OK? Like and freaky, you know, don't come for free. So I gotta give him all that support and love and.
Ohh, can't move on to the next one. I just got to give a shout out. The wagged wagged. I see you in the speaker panel. That's my brother right? There he is. He owns 4/5 of my NFT's. So he he's an amazing man and he deserves all of the love and all of the support himself. Like, go check out his project.
Just he he's the bomb, you know? And of course, Oshiwara love her, too. Her her cats are great. And AJ, you know, he's always bringing the vibes. So, yeah, go go check out freaky. Shelby, AJ wagged and ochira like. God, all so many beautiful people in here, you know? I had to come in freaky anyway. Go ahead.
OK. OK. We'll we'll we'll remind me. What do you have to come here every time to take? Same because he's not my son anymore and I I will not send him cheese or pizza and I won't even talk to you anymore. I will. Just don't focus with Shelby. You are not real to me. No, no, no, no, no. I'm not. I'm not talking to you. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. I'm kidding. I'm kidding with this.
OK, I I yeah, that's true. Actually, I just only messing with you. Just bring some happiness on five year work days. A good man and I love him and he knows this and yes and what he do for the community.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. We're going to have a song now, but I wanted to have maybe one speaker after this. We can go for one or two, but we have here Viorica. So can you just just just just be quiet so it's just when these two guys. So we have here of your case, she's our best singer. And when we have here, we cannot provide any other song. She's the best and she'll be back to you. Squeak isn't and raggedy and meta. You can always share us as a Co host and the host. Man, it's. I am. I'm actually.
Actually, in your host. Each one of you. So, OK, so it doesn't matter. I'm the host, but actually it's your host. It's your space. Each one of you here we are here like family. We try to learn from each other. And and always it's out of respect and love and the community. That's what I dream about it. And that's what you have been giving me. This beautiful dream to me for respect and love for. From each one of you. And what I'm doing here, it's just only nothing comparing each one of you. Love y
Ah, yeah, I mean, I see. Listen, toy with the hand up. So I would go listen to your talent. I would so just give you a follow there, follow everybody up here. But yeah, no, I think, I think floor is yours. You get your hand up.
So I actually have a page called listen to your talent. I I'm also afforded art, but I'm not necessarily like sharing my art art page. Today I'm more or less talking about my course. So I'm starting a course called listen to your talent. It's actually supposed to be a double community for talented, for talents that are far and.
Right, especially in rural areas that do not necessarily have the means to be able to showcase your talent. So the essence of this particular community is to be able to reach out through Twitter and for family and friends who have young, growing children, even elderly adults who basically think that, OK, they they're struggling through maybe imposter syndrome, do not know how to go about personal branding need.
Even need a channel to be able to showcase their talent, to be able to to be sought out for. That is what the course is about and we intend to actually collaborate with as many communities as we can to be able to take those talents and push them out into the world. So that is just.
I see I dropped you a follow and uh, because I I like what you're doing, but we need to work on your bio a little bit. So you're going to do is, uh, while you're after you're done speaking and answering questions from Shelby, you're freaky is you're going to edit your profile so that way you have some hashtags in it, you got to do your hat like hashtag work in the NFT community and web three, and overall it lets people know.
Separately, because those get 500,000 hits a day. Uh, each one of them, so you get a uh. You could have a net total of 1,000,000 views possible to see your profile for people coming across you. And just so you know, it works. I get people randomly following me all the time, all the all day long. Just people randomly are following me. So it does work. It it it. But the best way to grow is in these spaces. But definitely do your #work.
Yeah, I agree with what he said. I would add a hashtag for your handle because your your name will. If somebody puts some talent or listen into the search engine, it'll pop up in your profile up there. So it's another great thing to do and I want to thank you for for sharing the space also.
Yeah. Yeah because I know, I know some of the the people there they are the founder of this, yes. So yes, I I just only it's a very simple question. Thank you so much. Yes, so you you are ambassador and you put the site in your link three and yeah that's fine. OK.
Yes, I've actually been, um, working on digital art for a while. I use sketchbook. I also recently started AI using Dally too. But like I said, it was just I was just publishing on Instagram. I wasn't necessarily doing anything in the web 3 space or in FT and then I started joining the women in tents.
Oh, OK. OK. OK. You are amazing. OK. Thank you so much. But it just only because I would Love Actually to see uh like one piece of your art in your bin tweet. It would be nice. So once you come to my space or what this space or or Shelby or or or anyone of this beautiful people they holding a space there.
Uh, like you can when you bend something. It's it's easy people, they will be engaged with you. I hear a good American expression. They say I catch more faster than words. I don't know if you get what I mean.
So it just only it's a small, like advice. It would be really nice, but everything looks perfect. You have a beautiful personality. You come from a great nation. Nigeria. I'm in love with Nigerian people. There's so much talented. I think I'm always keep saying this. You you have Nigeria like a nuclear weapon of of a great artist. And there are a lot of them. So, yeah. Thanks. God, you you came from this great nation. I love you, sister.
Ohh good. No, you are much, much. You are more welcome, sister. We love you, sister. You are just amazing. But it's good if you have it in your bin to eat in your profile. That's what I was talking about, you know? So it's easy. Yeah. Did you get my bone? My sister?
Yeah, OK. So that would be nice if you can just have it in your in your bin tweet in your profile. So people always it's let's say your build to it, it looks like the lugu or something in your like grocery store for example. So people they can see, oh, that's something belong to you, you know, that's something like related to your art, related to your work. So they can also get to know something. Maybe some of the people that are feel lazy to read all the texts and all what you say.
OK, I love you. Listen to it. I love you so much and I I don't really know from where you get this. Yeah, I I just only my little question. Where does this come from? This beautiful name? Like listen to you not listen freaky or something.
No. It's more or less like we all talented in one way or the other, and a lot of people do not actually know they are. Some people tell me. I've met a lot of people who tell me I don't think I have any talent. And I know, like for myself, I struggled a lot with that at a point in my life. But honestly, I do a lot of things. I draw, I sing, I dance. I I'm I'm good at my work, so I know that there are a lot of people who are just naturally talented. Some people can talk to you.
Come like children who are autistic. They just have one person who speaks to them and they calm down and they don't realize that that is their personal talent. So the the idea behind this is to actually let people know that there are talents that you are born with that you can actually use. It's just because of the situation of the of of of teens in the world. A lot of people end up doing jobs just for survival as opposed to tapping into their natural talent, which gives them more joy because th
Caring to people. So that is what we're trying to help people to develop. And because of crypto and web three basically opens up that space where you don't need to have the bank or you don't have to wait for a means to be able to earn the Web 3. And crypto space opens up the ability for you to just, you know, make a means through that your talent. And that's what we want people to be able to tap into from anywhere in the world.
Well, uh, OK. Did. When did you start to talk? Can you mute your mic, please? Yes. OK. It's, uh when you started talking. And thank you so much for sharing this. You say actually a beautiful thing is but if you say I I born without talent or something. Did you say this word? Did you say this sentence?
Yes, yes, yes, yes. OK. Yes, yes. OK. So now, OK, now that's my bad. OK. So actually you are absolutely right about this. Yes, yes. OK. So you are absolutely actually right. That was my bad. I hear you wrong. OK. So I think you are absolutely right about everyone. He born with the talent and the gift and that. That's good. The difference between me and you and others, it's how fast you can discover or find or explore this kind of gift and you can update it and upgrade it.
And what you do, you are doing a great job. You are well talking, well spoken and actually you are very wise and I'm happy really to have you here. So thank you so much. Listen, toy, wherever you are with Lagos or some other city, but you come from a great nation. It's called Nigeria. It's full package for me and that's a great nation. Thank you so much, sister, for being here. I love you, sister. Thank you.
Yeah, I think you send that finally. Someone from Nigeria has sage to freak. I love you because every African girl, they come and say, hey, she I love you, baby. I love you. Be finally. Yes, I beat you easy. I'm sorry.
No, no, no. I I will tell you. OK? I will tell you something. It's actually a month ago. OK. Just a second. Guys. A month ago, actually. Uh, two like 2 girls. They came when Angie was here with me and they start saying hi, Izzy, I love you, babe. Hi. Easy. I love you, baby. And I was a host and I think the host. If if I am the host or somewhere in the space A host, I think he should really get a credit, you know? But how come you can get a credit when a G is in the house?
So all the girls, they come and say I love you, baby. Look, I said, what is going on here? Like, I'm the host. Can I get something like of loving you freaky for what you do, for the community? Something like this? I can feel better because yeah. So, yeah. But finally. Now you say I love you freaky without I love you easy. And that's make me feel good. So, yeah. Thank you. That's the, the, the whole story. I hope you get it.
No, no, no, no, no. Yeah. You have to be careful. No, no. Because now we have A2 beautiful BFB dogs. So it's not about Shelby anymore. It's also about dragging. It might be different. Yeah. Yeah. So it might work. They get offended about this. We have to be careful. He's one of your collector, you know. You don't want to lose these people, you know? So.
And, uh, thank you so much for sharing. Who's the next one? Guys, I think if you. Erica and Olga. OK. And Asia. So, OK, Olga shares her hand 1st and easy and Frank. So, Olga, please. The floor is yours, Olga and Burka.
Yes, yes. I want to talk about my project and, um, actually, I was in one space today. It's a Russian space and the girl inspired me, I think. Can I pin my project right? I can. I could, right? Thank you.
And they have the the girl said that if you came to this space you need to sing. And they said, sorry, I couldn't sing. They said no, no, no, no, no, everyone must have sing. And I remembered that the quicker song also singer.
Both of those things for for presentation, if you don't mind. It's Russian song, so they don't have the the the perfect voice, but they are curious to know your opinion. If you don't mind, it's few seconds present the art like cats because this song about the black cat. Are you ready guys?
Same here. I used. I I used to read. I first came across that sort of folklore in in actually, like, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. They'll talk about that a bunch. And, like, like, all the time I'm interacting whenever I'm interacting with the black cat. I'm like, OK, I see you. I see you. No, no. You're gonna go left. And no, stop, stop, stop. All right. I'll pet you just to go around you.
First, I want to thank you so much for the Shelby PFP that you sent me. That's like super meaningful to me. I, I, I don't even know what to do with it yet, but it's like, it was like, like, to be honest, I've, I've, I've like commissioned over my lifetime certain Shelby pieces and that was like one of my favorites because of the pixel. I don't know, it's like a pixel art depiction of like probably the best representation of Shelby. So I really appreciated that and I also want to say.
I I was wondering, did you, I guess this is what I'm wondering is you were talking about you're you're making working on making a collection and so I didn't know if you'd minted anything or if you hadn't.
No, there's no, I would say that there are a lot of I find, I find within this space there are a lot of like, shall we say gates or hurdles to entry where, you know and then a lot of it seems like intimidating and really difficult or like it's like, well, I don't know how to do that.
And like, it's funny, I hear that all the time. Like, well, I don't know how to do or I don't know how to do this or XYZ thing. And it's like, well, but like it's actually not that hard, you know? And if you feel intimidated by the research aspect, because.
I don't know. I I like, I love research. But some people feel intimidated by research because they're like, well, where do I look? Who do I ask? Where do I start? It's like, it's like the difference between like, do I ask somebody on the side of the road for directions or do I, like, buy a map over at the store? What do I do?
I mean, in any case, like, especially you, I mean, you gave me the most amazing PFP, so if you just need any help at all on on that, just DM me. I have a I have a a discord we can just go in. There's a live chat in my discord that we can also go in where we can just talk and I can talk you through processes or like help you do something.
No, I wanted to say something to Olga real quick is, um, about the and to build off of what you said about the boundaries and walls and and gatekeeping is like, the biggest gatekeeping I find in these spaces that people have is themselves. And, like, they don't think that they sound good or they don't. They think that their accents too strong, or they think that they can't speak English really well. So, so people will.
Judge them on that. Or like Olga before her song, she was like, I'm not a radio star, so, like, I'm afraid of how it's going to sound. But you guys need to understand a girl. Guys, girls and and everybody is that that you don't make Web 3 isn't Walmart, you're not. You're not a AAA corporate, globally incorporated Mega Corporation. We are human beings. Each and every single individual.
So we understand you and we know like we've all been there. I've been there afraid of of talking freaky nose and you know now here I am Co hosting with him because he he's just amazing and Shelby is amazing and we like the host and the Co host supports you and the people in the crowd will support you. There's so many beautiful people in the crowd.
And you know, you don't ever need to be afraid or self-conscious about like if you want to sing, sing if you like, you know if you want to, if you want to talk about your project, talk about your project. If you want to talk in your language, well there.
I also, I didn't know that you sang until today and and like, that was such amazing music and it was just it was like such a flavor that I like the, the, the underlying style. Like I I never quite. It was like such a unique style. I love that. So I just want to say like, please come sing again sometime because yeah, you're like exposing me to new music and I I love that.
OK so thank you so much. So I always have actually the worst actually Co host in my in in entire life like especially yeah when Shelby is alone it's doing fine but when Sam is coming here he's just on their own the space. So just keep calm keep quiet and we can just only focus with the people here because that's my space meant for for the community. So please guys just only take it easy and just only bring the fives and like this and the yes to.
OK, Verica, Verica and after this we're going to have a G and Andrade so Viorica the floor is yours. Listen guys, what I'm trying to telling you here and my space. Exactly, exactly. It's maybe it's a bit different than others. Why sometimes when I go to other spaces I can I see the room full of 60 people, 50 people. They just keep talking, talking, talking, talking, talking and many people they spend like 2-3 hours. So maybe.
They have the power to to be in the space and hold the space for 10 hours, but most of you they might have 10 minute, 15 minute, one hour, 2 hours. And after this you have to do for his own family. So we don't have to actually make these people suffer to come to our space. We have to give them the respect and value their own time with their own family. Because for me when I come here to space, everything I have been done, it was my family. Everything was my business, everything and came here fro
Actually also B was asked like 10 hours something everyone here had to be busy you wanted to lunch. If you want to stay he have to be with all his wealth so he can stay here. And let's just only focus with this project of this beautiful talented people don't be like go too much and like this thing is so it would be really nice we can show this love and respect and support what I always since day one I give it. So thank you so much for that.
Pieces now, and this is a collection about beauty of Human souls. So why this with crystals? Because they have many different associations with crystals and human like. Crystals take a long time to grow and turn into gems. Being deep in the ground and in the dark they are just rocks. But when the light shines through them they become precious and.
Decorate everything around the same with the human soul going through lives difficulties and letting light through itself. Positive thoughts, bright ideas, kindness, love. A person becomes a priceless and can decorate his world with himself and make it better and.
The first piece from my collection with with the Hands touching eternity take the 6th place in the NFT competition and it's. I think it's very very cool. And the last one, Crystal legend is for competition by name Studio Special Edition.
Yeah, I love your work. Also, I wanted to touch on algorithms for a second, if you don't mind freakies, because it's a great room to do it, and this is going to help everybody. Twitter algorithms is all about interacting when you interact with each other. When somebody retweets your pin tweet, even if it's a host, go retweet their pin post. Because we're all artists here, for the most part, we have something going on. So, and this is going to help your algorithms because you when you interact wi
But when you don't, it's all one sided. They kind of slow you down and you don't get seen as much. So you really want to interact and follow for follows and all that kind of stuff because it helps your algorithms and it also helps everybody get seen. So it's not about shooting your it basically you're shooting yourself in your foot when you don't do these things and retweet and and comment and other. If you like something comment on it because that's going to help you and never ever ever put out
Without some kind of eye candy it should have, even if it's just a gift for a photo or something. Because if you don't have eye candy in your tweet, it's going to get, not even get seen. Those people are going to scroll on by it. They're not even going to read it. So that's just a few pointers that I have for you. We can move on and I thank you for your time.
Well even if you Google like I have a post on my feed that tells you all about this kind of stuff, about Twitters algorithms and how to build yourself up. The best way to Twitter basically, and they even say themselves, every post you put out should have something on it, like a picture I put a GIF or a picture or a video or something you don't want. Just fonts you want to have something on there for to catch people's eyes.
And this is going off of the experts. This isn't my opinion. This is experts saying this. So you don't want to ever put out a tweet without something on unless you just don't want it seen. You know that's that's up to you. But if you want something seen put a gift or something related to it. And you they also say you should always have a link on there of some sort. You know sometimes like shouldn't like I do a lot of inspirational quotes and stuff like that that I don't put you know links to but
Put a link to your gallery on there. That's what the experts say is what you do because that's what gets hit. That's it. And also, if you don't know these people, on the bottom of every post, on the bottom right hand side, there's three little lines. If you click that, it'll bring up a page of your impressions for that post and it'll tell you how it's doing. And like, we can't see once that posted retweeted say I I retweet your.
Let's say savage because he's my buddy. Let's say I retweet savages post. Well, then a bunch of my followers retweeted. Well, he don't see that. He don't see the retweeted retweet. So unless he goes to that page and sees the impressions and then it shows all this information and then you can learn what does what and what's working best for you and go from there. And I suggest really keeping an eye on this kind of stuff so you can really see what's working. But most of all is interaction, engagem
Follow each other like each other stuff. If somebody likes your stuff, like their back, I don't care if you like it or not. It's the algorithm that you're working on. You're trying to build up your algorithm to really get yourself out there and spider out. And these are what the experts say, help you do that. So just a little bit on what I, you know, and this is a space we did today for two hours trying to talk about this kind of stuff. And I think it really does help. Impressions is a big thing
Um, feel free to make offers for my work as well. I'm open to offers. I'm open to anything that you wanna do. You wanna be anything, you wanna do it. So feel free to do that for my pieces. Lastly, guys, reach out to me for custom joints. You want to join anything of yourself, Doug? Anything you want to do, just reach out to me. I got you covered. Big love to everybody right now. It's my honor to be in this space today. Thank you so much.
Yeah. I love, you know, I love you, AJ. I love you. We've been friends for quite a while now. And, you know, I always like your work. And I love the fact that you're selling the original with it because, you know, a lot of people want something and that's going to help you later, too, when when people start having your work hanging on their walls framed and they, you know, they get company in and they start talking about you. So, you know, just hold tight. It's kind of calm because of the way yo
Uh, we can I combine photography and artwork? That's what we do. So we retain the copyrights. Because if I take a photo shot and then I draw, you can't steal it, right? It's different from drawing a celebrity. And then you're doing this under your reproducing this celebrity the celebrity consequently. Right? But this time around, it is my right. So any work you're seeing on the dashboard or in my media session are all my rights. I took the shot, I pencil.
You know, it's awesome that you're adding that to it automatically. You're in unless it's a I completely AI you're unless you're giving your copyright to witness for everybody in the room. Unless you're giving your copyrights away in the metadata, you're holding the copyright. You don't. When you come in an NFT, that's your copyright. Unless it's AI in the USA, I is not copyrightable unless it's changed at least 60% or is based on an IRL. So you kind of want to watch your, you know, you really c
And total AI in the US, but I do if you can, if you do want to add it to the metadata or on the description that you do retain the copyrights, that's also good. You know, that way people know for sure that you know, they're not going to be able to touch this thing. And they, you know, and like, I don't mind if somebody takes one of my works and prints it to hang it in their house, but I had my art stolen in New Orleans and I had a Florida Lee that I used to have this goal, basically.
Speaking out of and I, I did them in a bunch of different ways. And I had a gallery in Slidell, LA. Somebody came in, I don't know if it was a person that bought the piece, but it is A1 on one canvas and somebody had taken it and printed it out on all kinds of merchandise. And one day I was in the New Orleans French Quarter and I found my work on all kinds of merchandise and it really ticked me off because I couldn't do nothing about it because it didn't have copyright at the time. You know, I s
So I couldn't do nothing about it, and I could do an art because of that until, well, until I found Lichtenberg, because you can't copy that. And then I started doing metal work, and then I found NFT, so I started getting a little bit more into actually art. Art instead of, you know, the metal and wood stuff. But NFP brought me back into the industry because it is a copyright and itself, as long as it's not total a I so applaud your AJ that's good thinking. We should always kind of think ahead o
Thank you so much miss ahead. Really, really true. Now, one of the reasons why I love doing that is because I can ship my story by wanted. For example, if you look at my PFP, I created that, right? I shipped the story the way I wanted. I reproduce the news. I created the opportunity for us to have the atmosphere for me to put the money over. If you look at my pin tweet that you're going to say yeah example because I'm working on the Part 2.
Um, so when I tell people my works deserve whatever price I put, yes, it is because it combination of photography and artwork. These are two hard works. You know? I can just just take those photos and sell them just like that. But it's not magical. It's magical when it's reproduced into something, when you reproduce it to the best of your ability, you maneuver. And sometimes when you take photographs.
I still maneuver as an artist. I still change some things. I change some shifts. I change, you know, to make it something to the story that I'm portraying and what I'm letting the community to see. So behind the scene is not usually the real thing. It's after the scene. Thank you so much, guys.
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