How can I get my NFTs sold? At the end of the day, the goal is to achieve every creator's wishes.
With the growing market and its rapid increase of NFTs, it is easy to feel overwhelmed since there are a lot out there you might feel like you’re competing with. Becoming a successful creator takes time and energy – it is a laborious journey for anyone, so go easy on yourself. Just because you haven’t made a sale, it doesn't mean that it is not going to work out and you should burn your NFTs. Success arrives from persistence and consistency, so just keep going. ❤
Haven’t minted or listed your NFT yet? First thing to do is to go to the Creator's Guide for all the tips on how you can do so on Trophee. Once you’re done with all the work of getting your NFT on the platform, it’s time for the next step – which is to grow your brand. Growing your brand can help you stand out as a creator in this boundless market, and may help you put up a community with strong support for your NFTs. When you have a good following, it helps with strengthening a good base for getting your NFTs seen. This will drive stronger support for your work and bring potential buyers to your doorstep. The more people know of you and follow your work, the more eyes on your items, the higher the possibility of your artwork selling. Flexing a strong identity for yourself as an artist or creator helps grow your brand. People will come to recognise a strong brand and feel more inclined to invest in something that feels consistent and has a larger capacity for resale. Nike and Apple are some of the examples that generate value and demand for their products simply by them being associated with the brand.
Products sell for various reasons, but most of them are unpredictable. If you’re paying enough attention, one or two possible reasons may stand out. That’s why it is important to keep an eye out for what is happening in the market. Price is obviously one of the reasons you should be keeping an eye in the market. Another thing that affects how products move is trends. Just imagine if you were trying to sell a fidget spinner these days, it’d be pretty hard to make decent money. But these handheld toys were all the rage just a couple of years ago, and people who capitalized on this trend were able to make good money. There are also many events that will drive the sales of a particular product up, depending on the time of year. For example,is the event like the pandemic, which has hiked up sales numbers of many different products. This is no different with NFTs. Iin the NFT space, if you become familiar with what is selling (or not selling), you are able to make short-term as well as long-term adjustments to see where your NFTs will be most popular, or perhaps it might give you a reason as to why they’re currently not selling.
For all creators looking to get their NFTs sold, this is our final advice. You can never talk about yourself or your work enough. Don’t be shy about tooting your own horn. Your NFTs will not sell if it’s just sitting in your inventory and no one knows about it. So go out, spread the word into the world and promote, promote, promote. Promoting your items will not only bring in potential buyers and grow your fanbase but will also open up the opportunity for you to engage with fellow creators and build a community. We’re in the age of social media, so leverage all the tools the world of social media, etc have provided to get connected with communities that will support you on your journey of getting your NFTs sold.
The classic conundrum of a new NFT creator – you’ve finally produced work you want to put up for sale, but you’re not too sure how to price it.
Non-Fungible means that the token is unique and cannot be exchanged for another token. Because these tokens are unique, they can be used to represent unique digital assets like a digital artwork.
What the world needs now is connection. Linking Artists (Mangaka) and Art Lovers (fans) through NFTs.