The dffoo tier list is a ranking system that has become popular in the dffoo community. Foo tiers are not determined by popularity or fame, but rather on how many times you have been mentioned in other people’s posts. The higher your number of mentions, the closer to the top tier you rank. In this article we will discuss some of the different types of foo tiers and who they might be good for!
Tier One: The top tier in the dffoo hierarchy. This group is reserved for just a handful of people who have been mentioned an awe inspiring number of times on other posts. These are your superstars, and they get all the special perks that come with their fame!
This tier might be good if you’re into exclusive events and want to rub shoulders with some big names or celebrities. Keep in mind this isn’t necessarily about how popular those celebrities may be; it’s more about how often they’ve posted themselves as being present at these events–hence the name “tier one.”
It would also make sense to put yourself here if you were a celeb looking for ways to branch out from your regular Instagram feed
not much to look at, but it is the table of which all others are judged.
This tier might be good if you’re looking for an invite-only event with a lot of important people in attendance and want to meet new contacts. It should only really apply if you have some kind of business card or connections that would make your presence worthwhile–otherwise stay away!
It might also help if you know someone who knows someone who’s on this list
If none of these tiers sound like they pertain to what you’re looking for then don’t worry there are plenty more options just below. If one does seem right up your alley though go ahead and click through! The first thing we recommend doing once inside is to look at the map of who attends and pick out individuals you know or would like to meet.
The best way for a new person on this list is to start socializing with those in your network, inviting them to things as much as possible!
In order from most prestigious: Tier One – Foo VIP (invite-only event) Tier Two – Foo Socialites (exclusive parties) Tier Three – Foo Notables (special dinners/parties where people are dressed up nicely usually with one very important guest).
This tier might be good if you’re looking for an invite-only event with a lot of important people in attendance and want to make some connections so that when the time is right, you can ask for something.
This tier might also be good because of the prestige that comes along with having attended a Tier Three event in your past.
The two tiers below are less prestigious and geared more towards people who want to meet new people or get back into their social circles: Tier Four – Foo Friends (parties where anyone’s welcome) Tier Five – Foo Acquaintances (things like happy hours).
At this point they’re not looking to make connections as much as just have fun with those around them without judgement but it may lead to some interesting conversations if someone has an idea/concept/product you’d like feedback on! They may even end up being genuinely interested in you and your work.
In the event that you want to meet someone because they’re accomplished or have a certain skillset, this is where it starts getting more competitive: Tier Six – Known Person’s Friend (you know their friend) Tier Seven – Acquaintance of an acquaintance (their friends’ friends) Tier Eight – Colleague but not their direct boss/supervisor.
This level usually requires some networking on your end as well as on theirs if they don’t already know you! It can be tough to introduce yourself at large events like conferences so what I recommend for people in these tiers is doing smaller informational interviews with those who are interested in meeting new people. That way everyone goes into it knowing the purpose and it’s less awkward.
This is also where having a couple of connections to people in your field becomes really advantageous because you can help each other out with introductions, advice on interviews or jobs, etc.