Here are some Twitter tips to help you sell more NFTS’s. I get it, its tough to get noticed, its tough to get seen, Its tough to sell your NFT artwork. You can waste hours of your time getting no where. So, Here are some tips and advice that you can action immediately that will really help you.
Be Committed. You have to get the basics right. You would not open a shop and then leave the lights off, or have no stock to show others. You must set up your Twitter account to look as though you’re open. Add a bio photo, a written bio, your links to buy your art.
You also need to understand what being committed means as far as Twitter is concerned. You cant just turn up when you want to sell something. You cant just turn up and make a few tweets and expect to sell anything. It does not work like that. To make Twitter work for you, you need to want to do it. If you feel like Twitter is a chore, then Twitter is probably not for you.
Be Consistent. You need to show up on a very regular basis. A few tweets now and then, won’t produce anything. Consistency means showing up pretty much every day. The most successful folks on Twitter show up on Twitter come rain or shine.
Be Interesting. Too many NFT artists simply tweet buy my stuff. Frankly that aint interesting. You need to share more about you, your ideas, your vision, why you’re an artist, how you started, where you live, why you’re doing it and so on. People love to hear stories about others. Share photos of where you live, work, how you do your artwork, what selling a piece of art does for you and your family. Be more interesting..
Be Interested. People love to talk about themselves which is great, but spend time as well being interested in others. Ask them questions, have a chat with others, engage with others, share things with others, be interested in other peoples works of art.
Be Patient & Play the Long game. You cant just turn up and sell stuff. You need to be patient, It takes time. If you need sales today, and you’ve not been active on Twitter for some time, many of you are probably wasting your time.
Be Memorable. Sadly, too many people on Twitter are forgettable. They live in the sea of sameness. You need to be memorable, try and differentiate yourself from others. This can be done in what you talk about, what you share, being funny, being inspirational, sharing what you’ve had to overcome.
Be collaborative. Its tough doing all this on your own. Find others you can refer to, work with, share ideas with, refer their work, retweet and support each other. Yes, this takes time, it takes getting to know others.
Be Known, Like & Trusted. This is what you’re after. Being known and remembered for you and your style of work. Becoming liked & trusted by others. Again this takes time, and wont happen overnight. This goes back to being consistent and committed. You want to help others, support others, retweet and share others. This helps you to stand out and be liked. If no one is referring you and looking out for you, then you need to ask why?
Utilise Twitter to the Max. There’s a ton of opportunities on Twitter. You could start a Twitter Space. Its an audio on Twitter. Invite folks to hear you chat about your art, or anything else.. Helps to build up your visibility and credibility. Its also a great way to build up trust..
You could start a Twitter Chat. Invite guests to join you. You could do a weekly Twitter chat.
Twitter lists. Start a Twitter list and add all the members of your community into it. You can then create a search column and then see those folks and engage with them, share & retweet them and support them.
Twitter Giveaways. These seem to be very popular. Find others to do them for you, perhaps collaborate with others and do one for each other. If you find someone to do a giveaway for you, then a good idea is to reply to all of the people who replied to that post. Engage with them, helps to build trust.
Twitter Live. Twitter has a live video option. This is perfect for helping you to build credibility and trust. Share with them more about who you are, where you are, why you’re doing what you do, your vision, your ideas, you can also invite others onto your Live. In the description you can add some hashtags to make sure you get more visibility for your Live.
Each day, I see hundreds of Tweets of people asking to see NFT art.. You need to be posting your content in there. Make sure you’re following and adding all the relevant hashtags to your posts.
Discord is where you preach to the converted. Twitter is where you grow and build your audience and sell your stuff. To sell more on Twitter, you need to engage more. You need to stop posting non stop buy my stuff and be more social.
Yes, I know this is tough. Yes, I know this takes time and effort and energy. But that is the price you have to pay. Twitter is a free platform. But you need to put in the effort to reap any benefits.