If you still haven't gotten familiar with Discord, it is about time. Join public servers about NFTs and get into the conversation. Don’t go in too strong - become a part of the community and participate before trying to sell your art.
By being part of a few communities, you’ll learn the tricks of the trade. Also, keep in mind that the people who frequent those servers are already primed to invest in NFT projects. This is your audience. Observe them.
Another way is to get into a collection-specific Discord server
. You’ll need to buy an NFT to get in.
Since access to a server is one of the most common utilities provided by collections, these Discord servers are NFT-gated. Inside one of these, you’ll learn another set of lessons, and you’ll be surprised by the amount of valuable information you get in these places. You can even get an invite to the private groups that the large NFT investors hang in, but those are usually a level above our pay-grade. Examples of such private groups include the Proof Collective,
founded by Kevin Rose, and "Crypto Packaged Goods."
A popular, public server is the NFT Discord
; a smaller server in which your voice can cut through is NFT Hideout
; and even the most popular marketplaces, Rarible
, host Discords.