Content networks (i.e. Facebook, twitter, etc.) are a multi-billion dollar industry. But the industry is currently designed primarily for advertisers and not content creators themselves.
Add to this privacy breaches and the silo effect created by an algorithm-driven social experience and it’s no wonder that there is a growing sense of mistrust and cynicism among users.
The narrative is seeking to flip that script by creating what it calls the “content economy.”
The Future of Narrative
With 8.6k+ members, 14k+ posts, and 1k+ niches (see below), this young network is gaining steam by the day.
What Interested Investors Need to Know
Three things that investors should take note of:
- An equitable business model: there is a strong move among the millennial generation for commerce that is socially conscious and equitable.
- Appealing to an undervalued sector: Content networks thrive on a currency of attention. And who is driving the attention? Content creators. Narrative is unique in that it is creating a business model that is considerably more beneficial for content creators than existing models.
- Seasoned management team: The secret sauce for any company that makes it big is most often the team that’s leading the charge.