How to Find NFT Twitter Space Collaborations

February 24, 2022 - 4 min read

I created a simple Google form for those interested in networking in the NFT community and finding people with similar interests to co-host Twitter spaces. These spaces are one of the best NFT marketing tools at our disposal today and I want to break down barriers of people who want to connect.

How to Find NFT Twitter Space Collaborations

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I woke up this morning and an idea smacked me in the face: we need a better way to help people in the NFT space share their stories. We can start to accomplish that by making it easier for people to connect and collab on Twitter spaces (read on below). 

When I wrote a detailed guide on how to market your NFT project for sustainable long-term growth, story-telling was a central part of my advice. 

I was inspired by the work Matthew Lillard and Bill Whirity were doing for their NFT project Midnite Movie Club. They’ve been organically building awareness and demand for their upcoming NFT project through events like Twitter spaces on an almost-daily basis. 

And as a writer, hosting Twitter spaces (ONE37pm asked me to host with Matt and Bill and I hosted another space with Zeneca tonight) has helped bring tremendous awareness to my work. 

NFTs are a new technology that can benefit anyone, not just artists or project creators. Educators, operators, accountants, lawyers, marketers, promoters, technologists, etc. can all carve out a niche in this new industry. 

With that, I want to make it easier for people to get the chance to host and participate in Twitter spaces to connect with audiences and share their stories. 

Introducing the NFT Twitter Spaces Form and Database

I don’t envision myself creating an NFT project but that doesn’t mean I can’t use my specific skill-set to bring value to the NFT space. 

The same goes for you. 

Modern brands and late adopters will be looking to us as the experts, but we need a way to expose our skill-set more broadly. 

To keep things basic, I created a 7-question Google Form and spreadsheet database of anyone interested in hosting or being part of a Twitter spaces collaboration, with the optional contact information provided. 

Do you want to be a Twitter spaces host? 

Do you want to get the word out about your work as an artist? 

Are you passionate about security and want to educate people? 

Are you a knowledgeable mod who would love a stage to help share best practices? 

Take this 7-question survey or view responses in this Google sheet to find people that fit for a collaboration. Reach out to people who seem interesting or a good fit to collab with!

Why Are Twitter Spaces so Important for Getting Exposure in the NFT Space? 

Simply put, the NFT community spends a lot of time on Twitter spaces. 

At the time of this writing, I see 5 Twitter spaces going with about 1,500 people. 

That may change in the future, but for now, it is where people connect. 

Now that StartWithNFTs is 7 months old and I’ve been writing for ONE37pm about NFTs for over 6 months, I get a lot of questions about how to awareness of skills, projects, etc. 

The short answer: content. 

We scroll through feeds all day long and a random TikTok video or tweet may catch someone’s eye. I’ve noticed that spaces bring outsized awareness if you can gather up an audience to attend one. 

My hope is that this list will help people make new connections and spur new ideas. 

It would mean SO much to me if you could share it in your network. So many of you are undiscovered and I’d like that to change. 

Jon Torrey

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Jon Torrey

NFT Enthusiast


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