Are you familiar with Clubhouse? This social media platform is still pretty new, but is currently picking up steam. Perhaps one of the easiest ways to describe Clubhouse is like this: When you were a kid, did you ever hold a glass to a wall with your ear glued to it in order to hear the conversation in the next room? Clubhouse is kind of like that, only scaled and organized.
Clubhouse is an audio-only platform where you can start a room based on a topic and others can join the room and conversation. You can bring people up to the “stage” who have raised their hand. The platform supports multiple languages, and at any one time, you can see rooms in Russian, Spanish, Mandarin, German, Japanese, English, and many more.
Clubhouse is comparable to an interactive live podcast. The platform hosts both personal and business conversations, so there is a lot of noise to wade through, but that’s true of every social app. Many users love the lack of video that is so pervasive on other platforms.
The main newsfeed in Clubhouse shows active rooms that you might be interested in. To join a room, just click anywhere on the room description. Once in a room, you should hear the speakers talking, or you might hear music if it’s a concert. You are automatically muted until you are invited on stage.
In a room, everyone can see everyone else’s avatar. Clicking on other people’s avatars is encouraged and brings up a bio and direct links to the person’s Twitter and Instagram accounts. There is plenty of space on Clubhouse to build an extensive bio, and this is primarily how other people in the room can get to know you, along with hearing what you have to say if you participate.
Clubhouse is an entirely new and fresh way to market your business and let people know about your products and services.
Have you used Clubhouse? Your Favorite Orange County Bookkeeper would love to hear about your experience and favorite rooms.