Clubhouse is the new audio app available on an invite only basis. Currently only iPhone (or iPad) users are able to access the app with the Android app set to be launched later on this year. I have had the app since November 2020 (where I spent a month in Dubai) and have used it to network as a travel blogger, podcaster and all round content creator.
The app, like any social media can be toxic and as it’s a live Conversation you never know where it will go. Almost like live TV, yet more candid and with people you don’t know and a sprinkle of celebrities.
With any social media platform, if used ‘correctly’, it can be a great Networking tool. Take Twitter for example, I’ve made some really good connections from it and even started a podcast (@hustlehotline) with a fellow content creator.
Get on stage:
Remember, no one can see you!
This is the time to plug yourself, your business and showcase your expertise.
If nerves get the better of you, always have a point of reference, use the point, evidence, explain method or join smaller rooms to begin with.
Update your bio:
– Whilst you’re talking or even in the audience, there will be Clubhouuse tapping on your avatar to find out more about you.
– Have a clear profile picture.
– Shout about your achievements.
– Add stats.
– Show some personality and make it ‘searchable’ e.g by using keywords like ‘travel blogger’, ‘content creator’, ‘podcaster’ etc.
– Nail your personal brand.
Follow other users you are interested in or want to connect with.
Nail your intro:
It’s called an elevator pitch for a reason.
Join rooms in your niche:
If you’re actively interested in something you will want to partake in conversations and share your experience, knowledge and expertise. Raise your virtual hand and get on stage. Listen and participate.
Start a hashtag:
Clubhouse and Twitter go hand in hand. Twitter is the echo chamber for Clubhouse. Tweet along to the live conversation.
Some topics of conversation:
Join rooms outside your niche:
Whether that be the roast room, the moan room (no judgement here), or the 9AM in London room.
How often in ‘real life’ do you get to walk into rooms without security coming for you?
On that point, join ‘clubs’ in your niche too. You’ll receive a notification when any rooms are created.
Get to the point.
Lastly, take the ‘connections’ you’ve made on to other platforms – Twitter and Instagram.
- Network up and across.
- Pitch yourself or business.
- Take on new clients.
- Pass on opportunities
Have you been using the Clubhouse app recently? You can follow me @char_x0. I hope to see you in a room soon, have a conversation and network.
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