Natalie Fox

🌺Founding Member

Modern storyteller, founder of Editorial

🌺Founding Member since Invalid date.

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Web Dev Design Startup founders Marketing Art Product Management Food Photographer

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New York 🇺🇸

🗓 Joined

August 29, 2019

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And based on what are you going to tell about you can find people (bloggers. journalists, curious minds) who will be happy to collaborate with you and help you to spread the info

Hey Maayan

Love your quizzes. This feature with some explanation on when I need it can save a ton of time when you try to figure out what are the options.

The discovery process using AI platform is different form common google search + reading reviews / asking friends >> trying to figure out what option will be best for you. I personally spent nearly 2 weeks trying to figure out what camera to buy. Lol.

With american market - you should be crystal clear and super simple with when and how users should use your product. I see it more like a fun educational activity. (I personally thought about clothes reading "Find the item best fits your needs" :)

If I clearly understand and your product simplifies the discovery process - your communication should in a fun way show how does it happen. Like before: 1 hour trying to figure out what options do you have, 10 hours comparing the options. 4 hours - typing to find the best website to order the product

With your service - 10 minutes and you have a solution

Thanks Marie for tagging me.

With any social media, try to find the fun part. Approaching IG as a direct sales tool - may lead to disappointing. People come on social media to entertain, not to buy.

And I'm pretty sure that with such a beautiful photos, there are some stories worth telling.

Will be happy to chat with you and help to find a starting point

Hi Sasha! I do love your photos. And after reading that they are untouched I'm more than impressed.

With the platform, I personally like Webflow. But for the hobby online store it can be pricy. Squarespace or Wix can work too and they are pretty simple to use.

If you want to sell online - I would pay attention to the UI of the platform and how easy for a user is to buy from you. Personally, I was confused with SmugMug's UI and literally intentionally spent some time to figure out what I can buy and how to do it.

I agree with Tamara on "Insta + link in bio" No matter what platform you are using, you still need to get people's attention and to inspire them to go visit your website and maybe buy from you.

Instagram already has people, browsing the platform. So it's a bit easier for them to bump in you and discover your artworks.

With the activity - I see it as a representation of yourself. So at the first place it should feel good and be interesting for you to post on regular basics. Same as with working out. To get in shape you need to run (for example) on a regular schedule for a pretty long period. If you don't like running - it's better to find an activity you like.

Based on your values and believes + your approach to photography + what other people in niche area are not talking about you can find your voice and eventually build your community.

I'm definitely in!

Thanks for sharing. Heard a lot of good things about Notion. Will check it out