Catch More Users & Developers With FishNet
We launched FishNet to help web3 projects attract the attention of developers, investors and buidlers. We’re a gritty team of storytellers from all cultures and backgrounds with deep experience in both blockchain and traditional web2. We do cool stuff including minting press releases as NFTs, giving 10% of profits back to charity – we’ll even accept fees in fiat and/or crypto. We’re structured a lot like a DAO, no office space, hierarchy doesn’t matter and we incentivize anyone that gets sh*t done. Welcome to FishNet.
Investors and developers are tired of rugpulls and want honest, transparent relations with projects. Communicating as an authentic brand means investing time to discover what your brand stands for. Prior to kicking off any campaign, we hold sessions with project teams to help tease out your core messages and differentiators. Once messaging is locked in, it’s our job to pitch to the biggest possible audience. If you’re looking to push out crypto clickbait we’re probably not the right fit and suggest you try connecting with our friends below.
We formed the core messaging and managed all digital marketing and communications for this startup in the international localization space. Coverage included MSNBC, Slator, The Asia Times and Forbes. Also led investor relations during their acquisition to TransPerfect.
We’re leading the media relations and branding efforts for this social impact DAO that helps underserved communities around the world through play-to-earn (P2E) gaming. Recent coverage includes Coindesk, Blockworks, The SF Business Journals and Buzzfeed.
No Spray and Pray
Want to know the PR industry’s dirty little secret? Most agencies hire junior account executives, have them buy reporter lists, copy & paste pitches, and blast out to any reporter or blogger they can find with an email address. At FishNet, we get results the hard way; through trusted media connections, compelling storytelling, and a hell of a lot of hustle.
If I was down to my last marketing dollar, I’d spend it on public relations.Bill Gates