We have DAOs and testers. However, we do not have a community that would distribute information about the project and create content for it. The recognition of the project in the network is a very important indicator. Now everyone has already forgotten about our project and our community is not so active. I propose, by analogy with other projects, to do:
-the program of ambassadors with several roles (student, ambassador, senior ambassador)
-arrange a 2- or 3-month marathon of activity with tasks for each week for candidates
-make a leaderboard and activity
-distribute awards to the most active participants after the end of the program based on the leaderboard
Since we have a DAO, then the evaluation of the quality of works can be given to the DAO and it will be held by voting for the best works submitted by the participants.
What kind of content are we talking about specifically, if these are memes and other pictures, then who needs them now. I think it’s better to attract more developers and programmers to the project than people who will forget about it after receiving the award
An interesting idea is an interesting idea, since after Moonbeam, ambassador programs have become very popular. I think this would draw attention to the project, but I agree with previous people that some of the ambassadors come only for money
I agree that there are also negative factors that you are talking about. But based on the examples of other projects, the effect is still more positive, since many people then stay in the project and participate in its life, and we do not have any ways at all to attract new people
Well, I wasn’t just talking about pictures - there are videos and infographics and various groups, bots and the like. All this will help the project to one degree or another and spread information about it
Great Idea ! I wanted to make a similar proposal so I will just support this one. I think majority of the funds should go to marketing and an organized ambassador program is a super way to go about it.