Let's face it, blockchain blogging, twitter micro blogging, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube contenting requires you to amass an audience to of course create values for your content. You're only valuable if people gives you validation and these validation comes in form of following you, subscribing you, rebloging you, commenting on your content, liking or even traditionally upvoting it as we're definitely used to here.
Make no mistake it's no different In real-time. When you look around. Business are being built everyday. Companies are upgrading, reducing their prices, inculcating short term inducements to promote sales, brands are doing counter advertising to stylishly discredit other brands while patenting their name, now what is this?
This is in other to stay relevant. In the finance world, the sky is not big enough for everyone to fly this is because people are limited in their choices, people are loyal to s brand and hardly switches to another brand that's why producers or brands seems to even be more while average, normal or high end consumer seems to be dwindling. Now the struggle is no more to be in the limelight. Believe me, to burst out of mediocrity to become people's favourite isn't easy but then what is even more difficult is finding the extra creativity to stay relevant in the game.
Knowing The Difference: The "Then" and the "Now"
In the past, the internet have people the choices to build early. Back in the days people became millionaires selling as middlemen on Amazon, back in the days people became wealthy creating intangible jobs on the internet and rendering paid services on places like fiverr but nowadays, more people have entered the realm we now have more providers rather than consumers, the rules are now different, tougher and more difficult to cope with and that's why it's difficult for people to start afresh and build up to the extent where they will become mainstays and of course cement a position.
One of the mistakes people now make is thinking the options on the internet are still as easy as it use to be, the truth is this isn't true. Inasmuch as it's difficult to build relevance in real-time. Either as a company, an organisation or maybe sole proprietors versus other sole proprietors you must understand that it's also as difficult as trying to carve out or find suitable options to become wealthy on the internet.
In truth, the choices on the internet are still their for the taking it only demands for consistency, doggedness, a sense of being "extra", finding out what should work for you and of course allowing time to patent the hard work you're putting in.
Why "The Moment" Is The Right Time
In about 3 weeks now I haven't been consistently active here, blogging and creating, cementing my position, bulging an emblem for myself or maintaining my audience and I have seen how fast it's possible for even someone as me to go down the pecking order. In all honesty anyone can go down no matter their popularity and this also applies to the internet and the numerous opportunities that are open to you.
In the past people have failed to build because they have felt that it's is difficult, currently it's even more difficult than it used to be. If you failed to buy BTC in the past because you thought it was expensive, now it's even more harder to buy. People fail to understand the concept of growth.
The concept of growth is that it hardly presents you a sign. The right time is the present because inasmuch as there is competitiveness, time is always of the essence and that's why is think knowing that the present is the right time is even tantamount to success. One of the thing you don't need to do is feel there's time to always enter into the game. Everywhere is filled with competition, both in real time and on the internet this is because too much competition makes people employ nefarious means to stay relevance and build a mainstay.
The Conclusion & The Lessons
First of all you have no business with trying to build if you have no material. Some people started very early but along the way, the lost the passion, lost the ability to create and now they're newbies in an industry where they once dominated. Don't reach a decline stage ever! If you're building maybe on YouTube, Instagram or anywhere, you need to understand the implications of going through a period of unproductivity, you need to prepare for when you'll be less creative, do you have a means to maintain relevance, is there a plan to stay adrift?
Many times people go into businesses with the mind that they're facing no competition. The reason why people quit is because they're overwhelmed by the fact that the "extra" they're putting in isn't even enough. They're fazed with trying to know who their audience should be and they're driven away by overexpectancy. The calculated their growth rate to be a specific period but then they didn't just do enough to grow in that stipulated period they have planned.
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My name is @Josediccus, a young Nigerian student who is a Vlogger, A Psychologist, Poet And Sports Writer/Analyst. I'm using my contents as a process to create shared meaning as well as create expressions through which people on/off hive can relate. I believe content is a process to be enjoyed and relished and I'm up for any collaborations in my field stated above. Cheers
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