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WOM Price:
$2.1 M
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$4.7 M

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The price of #WOM today is $0.047 USD.

The lowest WOM price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.047, and the current live price for one WOM coin is $0.04736.

The all-time high WOM coin price was $0.60.

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The code for WOM Token crypto currency is #WOM.

WOM Token is 2.6 years old.


The current market capitalization for WOM Token is $4,736,253.

WOM Token is ranked #643 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is big today for #WOM.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for WOM Token is $2,105,761.


The circulating supply of WOM is 100,007,450 coins, which is 10% of the total coin supply.


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WOM Protocol Development Update: Q1-Q3 2022

As we watch the season pull up its own stakes, we acknowledge that we have not published a development update the entire year! As is our habit, we have been completely immersed in our product development to bring the next generation of Web3 Martech solutions to you. We are in constant communication with our users, creators, customers, and the rest of our community as we continue to develop and refine our products. This year has seen numerous updates, changes, and new products, in addition to other other project and company milestones and events. Among the non-dev milestones is the listing of the WOM Token on the MEXC Global exchange and the first edition of SUPERVERSE, the largest consumer-oriented Web3 summit connecting creators, entrepreneurs, and artists. Seriously, if you haven’t seen SUPERVERSE yet, check out the Dubai event and stay tuned for future editions! — The BULLZ Campaign Manager + Influencer Collaborations - The biggest product launch in this edition of the Development Update is the BULLZ Campaign Manager with the related creator Collaboration feature launched in the BULLZ app. With the BULLZ Campaign Manager, Web3 brands can collaborate with creators and influencers to create content, spur excitement, and boost awareness of their brands. Brands create Collaborations, define the parameters, and push the Collaboration live. Creators are notified in the BULLZ app and can choose to participate in the Colla...

WOM Protocol Roadmap: 2022 and Beyond

As we close out this eventful and exciting year, we’re looking forward with anticipation to the coming year and the next phases of the WOM Protocol. The development roadmap is chock-a-block with new features, upgrades, and expansions including support for expanded content types and AI integration. Check out the highlights below: — Phase 3a: - Promotion Channel, Advertising Channel, Upgrade affiliate linking facilitate new Channels, AI for fraud detection, YAAAS beta + mobile app launch, — Promotion & Advertising Channels - The Promotion and Advertising Channels will build on the current Channel Viewer to offer additional outlets for advertisers to promote authentic word-of-mouth recommendations about their products. When a platform implements a Promotion Channel, they specify which products they wish to show in the channel–similar to the Product Viewer but with the ability to display multiple specific products. An advertiser may then use the Campaign Manager to promote one of the products in the Promotion Channel to show recommendations for that specific product more frequently. The affiliate links remain controlled by the Promotion Channel owner. The Advertising Channel is configured using topics or hashtags. Therefore an Advertising Channel could feature multiple products (#BTC, #WOM), multiple brands (#nike, #adidas), and/or multiple categories or interests (#running, #crypto). Video recommendations...

WOM Protocol Development Update: Q4 2021

The last quarter of this year has been the quarter of product launches! In the space of a few short months we launched a brand new app–BULLZ, launched the entire Word-of-Mouth Marketing Toolkit, and adapted the Toolkit for Shopify to launch a Shopify app. This is not to mention the continual improvements to the WOM Protocol, WOM Authenticator, and YEAY app, and the impending launch of the YAAAS NFT marketplace and mobile app! — BULLZ - The BULLZ app launched in October to much fanfare and is quickly becoming the go-to platform for crypto news, recommendations, and financial education. Creators like melissasantos, jollygreeninvestor, thestockbunny, joeybirlem, gavin_mayo, and blockchainmonkeyz have made BULLZ their home, quickly discovering this new opportunity to monetize their crypto content. — Word-of-Mouth Marketing Toolkit - We also launched The Word-of-Mouth Marketing Toolkit in October which includes the Web Recorders, Product Viewer, and Channel Viewer and is controlled via the WOM Campaign Manager. The Toolkit enables brands to turn customers into brand advocates and increase conversion and loyalty by leveraging crowd-authenticated word-of-mouth recommendations on their websites. Documentation and implementation instructions are available on the WOM website and now anyone can implement any part of the Word-of-Mouth Marketing Toolkit in under 15 minutes. — Shopify - As we worked toward the launch...

WOM Ecosystem Participants Explained

At WOM Protocol we’re building the future of marketing. The WOM Protocol is far more than just an ad platform — it’s an entire ecosystem of creators, authenticators, platforms, consumers, and brands that rewards contributors and benefits all participants. Rather than the traditional one-way, push-advertising process in which a brand creates an ad and then pushes it on Google or Facebook Ads and then consumers ignore it, the WOM Protocol removes ads completely and instead enables creators to make word-of-mouth recommendations, platforms to take a user-first approach in displaying the recommendations, authenticators to ensure the content is honest and trustworthy and therefore beneficial to consumers, and everyone to be rewarded in the process. In this way, the WOM Protocol enables all participants to interact with each other and add value to the Ecosystem. Each participant plays a unique and valuable role in the WOM Ecosystem. Let’s dive a bit more in-depth into each participant and explore what they do and why they are important! — Creators - Content creators make word-of-mouth recommendations for any product, service, event, or place they love. These recommendations come in many forms. In the YEAY app, for example, these recommendations are short, mobile-first videos. On other platforms these recommendations may only be images or simply text. Content creators are not just established influencers, although t...

WOM Protocol Development Update: August 2021

Here we are again at the end of another highly eventful summer! The WOM Protocol team has held a relentless pace which you will be able to see in this development update. At the forefront of the excitement is the progress on the brand new BULLZ app which is slated to launch next month and the YAAAS NFT marketplace which launched on a testnet at the end of June. — BULLZ - BULLZ is a social recommendation app built exclusively for the crypto community. BULLZ provides trusted, authenticated community information and education about projects, tokens, exchanges, events, and everything else crypto. BULLZ uses the WOM Protocol to peer-review and authenticate recommendations which is especially needed in an industry riddled with scams and shills. Creators are rewarded with WOM Tokens for their honest, authentic recommendations. The the integration of the WOM Protocol in BULLZ also prepares the WOM Ecosystem to easily integrate additional social networks, ecommerce websites, and other platforms. — YAAAS - YAAAS is an NFT marketplace enabling creators to monetize their talents and communities directly on the platforms they already love to use. We’re excited to launch on the mainnet next month with NFTs from huge artists and influencers. Currently YAAAS includes opportunities for creators on TikTok and Spotify and additional use cases with YouTube, Twitch, Instagram, Discord, and more will follow. — Changelog - Des...

WOM FAQ #4: How Do I Become A WOM Authenticator?

WOM Authenticators are absolutely essential to the WOM Ecosystem and are rightfully rewarded with WOM Tokens for their efforts. Authenticators are crowdsourced members of the WOM community, who validate the honesty and authenticity of product recommendation content that has been submitted for review. Content that passes this peer review process can start earning WOM Tokens for its Creator, as well as the WOM Authenticators who reviewed the content. This is how we perpetuate a marketing ecosystem that incentivizes people to produce, and review, good quality and authentic product recommendations, which brands and ecommerce platforms can use in campaigns. Here’s how it works: Anyone can download the WOM Authenticator app from the App Store or Google Play and sign up in a matter of minutes by providing a username, email address and password., During the sign-up process the app will ask for some basic profile information, some of which is optional, such as gender, while other details, such as age verification, and country (to serve up relevant, local-language content) is required., To complete the sign-up process everyone must read and agree to the app licensing agreement and accept that any actions that violate the app’s terms will lead to the removal of content and a potential app ban. These are necessary steps that help to protect the community and prevent fraud and abuse and you can read more about this in our previous a...

The Conflicts Of Being An Online Creator

Making a living by monetizing content online isn’t easy. It might look easy on the Instagram and TikTok surface, but you need to look further than a few ring-lit moments in front of the camera to understand the entrepreneurial work that goes into building social media success. Younger workers have been hit especially hard by rising unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic — in the UK the under 35s accounted for 80 percent of job losses over the past year. According to Statista 18–34 year-olds also make up 85 percent of social media influencers on Instagram. It’s hardly surprising that in the face of narrowing career paths, younger generations are turning to the creator economy as an emerging and more accessible opportunity for generating income. Influencer marketing is indeed a rapidly scaling industry, worth $6 billion in 2020 and expected to rise to $24.1 billion by 2025. Of course while a smartphone, fast internet connection and some creativity are the basic prerequisites to becoming a social media influencer, it takes more than luck and good WiFi to stand out and build a successful career. In his recent article in Entrepreneur, Kalon Gutierrez, talks about how the very term “influencer” has become too vague and all-encompassing over the past few years and how this needs to be redefined to recognize the leadership and entrepreneurial qualities this career path requires. He also addresses the trust issues ...

How To Manage Your UGC Brand Strategy

There’s no question that user-generated content (UGC) has power. Recommendations and reviews from genuine fans can help brands streamline marketing spend and positively impact conversion (you can read more about the benefits of UGC in our last article). On the other hand UGC can cause consumers to lose trust in a brand if they feel the content is toxic or fake. A recent survey by TELUS International revealed that: Since the start of the pandemic 54 percent of respondents have witnessed a rise in Misleading UGC., 36 percent reported seeing inaccurate, fake or even toxic UGC multiple times a day., More than 40 percent said a single exposure to toxic or fake UGC would make them leave a brand’s community and 45 percent would lose trust in a brand., The most commonly reported types of fake user-generated content were spam (61 percent) and fake reviews and testimonials (61 percent)., Given how much our lives have shifted online over the past year and a half it’s not surprising that we are seeing more fake content, we simply have more opportunities to come across it. It’s also likely that there’s just more of it now with spammers and fakers on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Federal Trade Commission reports that consumers lost more than $3.3 billion to fraud in 2020, which was an 83 percent increase on the previous year. People are understandably feeling more alert. This may explain why 70 percent of consume...

The Thrifty Marketer’s Guide To Streamlined Budget Spending

Marketing budget cuts have been a common theme throughout the pandemic. In The State of User-Generated Content 2021 report published earlier this year by TINT, 51.5% of surveyed marketers reported a reduction in their marketing budgets. Similar findings were echoed in Deloitte’s 2021 CMO Survey, which also found that marketing spend had dipped to the lowest levels in a decade. Retail has been particularly hard hit over the past year and a half (Forrester forecast a $2.1 trillion loss in worldwide retail sales in 2020) and even if ecommerce has risen valiantly to the challenge, it was a tall order to expect online sales to offset the gigantic losses made offline. So here marketers are at a time of job instability and budget squeezes with all eyes on them to be ever-present on forever multiplying marketing and social channels while rescuing declining revenues. No pressure, then. Cut Straight To The Content That Converts With less to invest it’s hardly surprising that 52% of marketers are finding it a challenge to keep up with social and visual content production. Perhaps this isn’t so much a challenge, however, as an opportunity for marketers to take a step back from branded content and develop strategies for capturing more user-generated content (UGC) — not only is this more cost effective but it has been shown to positively impact conversion. Power Reviews’ 2021 breakdown of UGC and its impact on conversion, r...

Music Monetization And Social Collaborations Are The Next Big NFT Use Case

Last month we revealed that WOM is entering the NFT space thanks to the launch of our brand new Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace, YAAAS. Our goal is to empower music artists and social influencers with a deeper knowledge of blockchain technology and NFTs and to show that, beyond the pop culture portrayal of NFTs as a means of trading collectibles and digital artworks, they also represent new ways to monetize music, collaborate on content and build relationships with fans. It has been exciting to see our vision taking shape and to see artists and influencers come together this week to embrace NFTs at rapper, Tory Lanez’s, BET Awards after party in Bel Air, which was hosted by YAAAS. Lanez is already a known innovator in the NFT space and is one of the first artists to have released tracks as NFTs. Guests attending the after party included music artist Chris Brown, Jeremy Meeks, Chet Hanks, Kyle Massey and singer, Mario. Among others, iconic photographer Ellen von Unwerth, star designer Jeff Hamilton, and influencers Blake Grey and girlfriend Ameile Zilber, were also spotted together with fellow friends. TikTok star and attendee, Swagboyq, said:“Every day I’m learning about crypto, about the stock market, when to take out, when to put in, I’m building knowledge. And you’re definitely going to see an NFT from me, 100%.” Stay tuned for more news about the artists and influencers dropping NFTs on the ...

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