Social media feeds are used for a variety of purposes. From building engagement with the target audience to increasing sales through social validation, feeds are a “must” in the toolkit of creators. No matter if you are a beginner who publishes twice a week or a veteran who performs web scrapping from its feed, Clubs got you covered offering the post functionality.
Last October, Posts went live, empowering creators with the ability to share their unique content and engage more with their audience. This time, DEV Protocol raised the bar even higher by adding private community feeds accessible only to membership holders.
The idea behind membership-access feeds pursued a Velvet Rope selling strategy, which consists of making a product or service exclusive to your audience by offering VIP treats. With this upgrade, creators can now offer a special and diverse experience that goes beyond conventional social media.
Here are some highlights about the level 2 Posts:
Creators can post as easily as on Facebook, Instagram, or any other social network. Access rights for each post are controlled by the Web3 membership, issued on the Polygon blockchain and recorded as a unique NFT in the world.
There are two types of Posts: public (open to everyone) and private (membership only). The creator can decide the audience at the moment of publication.
As with most social networks (and also informal communication), the language of emojis is also present.
Posts can be used for many different things, such as revealing private information and blogging. It is available to users in multiple formats, and its adaptability gives rise to new kinds of communication.
After signing in to Clubs and setting up your community, you need to:
Do not worry about it, with these simple steps you can set your Clubs in minutes:
Here is a complete guide that shows you step-by-step how to navigate through Clubs.