Ever wake up one morning and think to yourself:
“Jeepers self, if only I could make sense (and better yet, profits!) from Clubhouse these days!”
If so you’re definitely not alone – the popularity of Clubhouse seems to grow and grow, depending upon what niche you’re in.
That’s why you’ll love the following (and be sure to return back once you’re done so you can benefit from the additional resources I uncovered for you):
There, you’ll discover goodies like:
“If you’ve been on social media, marketing news sites, or the HubSpot Blog lately, you might have heard about Clubhouse.
The nearly one-year-old social media platform which allows users to drop into audio-only chat rooms has grown from 600,000 to 10 million active users in just a few short months. Although the app is invite-only, more and more people are gaining access and tuning into discussions related to their industry, hobbies, and other interests each day.
Users also love Clubhouse for its entertainment factor. When surfing through Clubhouse, you might find celebrities, like Joe Rogan, chatting with fellow influencers; audio-only musical productions, comedy nights; or even standup comedy events….”
“…At this point, most Clubhouse content is still highly experimental. However, one major theme to note is that it’s users want to hear from people — not just brands.
Because Clubhouse’s users crave authentic human discussion, they’ll likely disengage from rooms that prioritize promotional content over a relatable conversation.
However, while building brand awareness on an ultra-personal app like Clubhouse takes time, energy, and lots of community management, we’re already starting to see brands begin to connect with the channel’s growing audience….”
Mastering Clubhouse is a topic that could make for a grand challenge, cheatsheet, tutorial and more. You could structure it like so:
Step 1.) Determine Your Clubhouse Marketing Goals
Need help with that? Consider:
Next, move to:
Step 2.) Look Through Beginners Clubhouse Marketing Tutorials
Need resources for that? Consider:
Finally, move to:
Step 3.) Consider Making Money with Clubhouse
Want ideas for that? Consider:
Clubhouse can be an excellent resource for your bottom line…
Why not take advantage of that today?