How not to get a Crypto influencer position
Now for the most part it's usually easy to fake what you can do online. Read a few how to's from Google and you are pretty much good to go if you implement things and experiment a little to see what works and what doesn't.
After that you get on Meta, Discord, Twitch and other social media platforms and start building an audience. It's not going to be easy, but you get a few following you.
Now to get clients. How? Well this is not the way as one learned dealing with me. Mind you I did make the same mistake and was ridiculed for a couple of years myself especially entering the crypto industry.
While being rather harsh, I did try to educate on how to present oneself if pursuing an influencer, moderator, developer or marketer role.
All of us coiners, developers, community managers / moderators deal with unsolicited contacts this one from the example above at least verified themselves and entered the server. Too bad they didn't take the time to learn about the project(s).
Protip - Just like a real world job, when you interview you are expected to know the company and how you would align to fit in with them. 😉
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