How to Stand Out on Clubhouse

Clubhouse is now the most popular social media app dominating the airwaves today, regardless of it being invite-only. However, following how people are reviewing the app and stressing how great it is to network with it, it is crucial that you plan once the app is open to everyone.

Here are some great tips to help you stand out on Clubhouse:

Get an Invite ASAP!

If you want to start early in Clubhouse, the first thing you need to do is get an invite. You can definitely make your presence stand out early if you already know the app’s ins and outs before the general public has access.

Fill up your Profile

Once you have gotten access to the app, you need to fill up your profile. Like writing a resume, your profile should give off a good impression and share key information about you. If you link your other social media accounts, make sure they are updated and open for private messages. Top off your profile with a great profile photo of you that will help you stand out.

Check out the Active Groups

In Clubhouse, you can start making connections by joining the current rooms open for chats. You can enter one room to see how the app works and not be pressured into making your own room. As you listen, you can raise your hand if you want to add your opinion and make sure your opinion has value to pique everyone’s interest. By talking, you can easily get people to check your profile and reach out to you.

Open Conversations in your Own Rooms

After you meet new friends and find the topics you want to discuss in the app, you should try to start your own discussions in your own rooms. At first, it can be nerve-wracking to start the conversation, but it will be easy to create if it’s the topic you love. Write some notes before you speak and be the moderator.

Invite People In

As you continue using the app, you will get invites you can give to your friends. When you get such invites, make sure you only invite those who will use the app and not the ones who will lurk on it. Once your friends join the app, they will have a “Nominated by” marker which lists who invited them. This is an excellent way to get discovered as they meet new people in the app.

Focus on Clubhouse for your Content

Finally, if you want Clubhouse to be where you build your following, you need to make sure that you focus your content creation on the app. You can start by scheduling a recurring event so you and your connections can network and speak frequently. Be consistent, and you will definitely make some ground in establishing yourself in the app.

Clubhouse will challenge you to be more creative in boosting your online presence. With these tips, you can make a statement once you are in Clubhouse and be one of its major faces once it is open to the public.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. BERNADETTE says:

    Is clubhouse primarily for business use?

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kally says:

      No. You can use it as a platform to talk to your friends too. Or likeminded people.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. BERNADETTE says:

        Thank you Kally. Have a great weekend.

        Liked by 2 people

  2. writing on the wall says:

    Is Clubhouse going to be popular after Lockdown?

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kally says:

      Good question. I’m not so sure of that though.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. There is only so much time in a day and spending it on another place online is more than my poor fingers and mind can manage no matter how much fun it can be.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kally says:

      Thank you so much!


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