Believe the hype.
Clubhouse is an audio drop-in app that is based on voices and conversations. It’s that dynamic that sets it miles apart from the photo-based Instagram, video loving Youtube, and short form of Twitter.
And that distinction is leading the charge on the Clubhouse genius.
Another thing going for the mysterious app, exclusivity. Clubhouse is only about seven months old, still in beta, and only available on iPhone. Oh, did I mention that it’s invitation only? That allure alone probably makes you want the chat app ten times more.
The best thing about Clubhouse is the relaxed nature of the users and the FREE GAME dropped in the conversations. Executives, CEO’s, and VIPs just hop in random rooms and drop gems over and over and over. Connect with Oprah, Meek Mill, Tiffany Haddish, Ashton Kutcher or Drake live right in the app. You can join in on the conversation too and drop a tip or ask a question, people really are pumped to connect.
Debates, comedy shows, lectures, live podcasts, house parties, performances, book clubs, and jamming sessions all happen 24/7 on Clubhouse. Just pick a room and listen in.
Or start your own room at just the click of a button. You never know who will pop in. After you’ve given your room a cool title it becomes public and you become the room’s moderator. As the moderator, you set the tone of the room and decide who else you’d like to bring on “stage”. Once on stage, a user has the ability to chime in on the conversation to say their piece. Don’t want to speak, hang back in the “audience” like a fly on the wall.
If your rooms are getting lots of engagement consider starting a “Clubhouse”, a branded room that lives within the app that your followers can join.
Are you on Clubhouse? What are your thoughts on the growing platform?
Connect with me on Clubhouse; username Asia Abston.