2. Creator Policy

2. Creator Policy

It’s March 8th, 2024 and I’m on a train to Washington D.C. Tiktok just might actually be “banned” by whatever legal sense or public relevance that has or means.

At a moment like this, I, both as a user and as an investor and operator within the creator space, can’t help but notice how faceless the key pawn in the argument really is: creators.

The closest we have in the Creator Kingdom would either be MrBeast or maybe one of the Kardashians. But, I do think it’s unfair to argue that either has to have public stances on the topic. With that being said, there are plenty of identity management, human-testing, etc. etc. topics that public policy and public discourse by technology and sociology experts can have a field day on. However, as we all know, this So where is it that that public policy and creator s

Platforms are the backbone of modern small businesses, which are the backbone of the economy.

The first part… true. The second… almost.

  1. People spend more time on platforms than not.
  2. There’s a cultural transference of small businesses

Creator Unions

Creators as a union. A very hot-topic mid 2023 that continues relevance into 2024. There’s no clear answer to if it should or shouldn’t happen (I’m not one to start a conversation on pro-anti unions)


Definition and Scope

Creator Studies is the study of the profiles, behaviors, and motivations of individuals who participate in the creator economy or identify as a “creator”.


Although the origins of the term “creator” or “creator economy” are mostly unknown, in the past ten years as it pertains to an individual with online influence, it is safe to say that there are relative understandings to the definition.