The new social network clubhouse (Internet Club) is an Internet spinning platform on talk show broadcasts. It has become husky people who use various methods to win fans and make money through audio.
Clubhouse is still only by invitation and can only be accessed through an app on Apple mobile devices, which allows users to enter virtual meeting rooms to join hosted conversations on any topic.
Taz Zammit recounted his situation in the club “room”, a beloved DJ auctioned millions of dollars of music works that were adapted to the use of “irreplaceable token” technology The trend of identity verification.
The 26-year-old Australian, who is also a DJ, said: “It’s really exciting to experience such a wonderful moment with him, his family and friends.
“These are the rooms you can’t leave. You must stay there because that’s great.”
Clubhouse was founded a year ago, it has already experienced the dilemma of censorship in China, and it is seeking to establish itself as a standard supporter of audio-only social media.
The concept is simple: After being invited to join, you can start or listen to conversations in a digital “room”, ranging from well-known personal conversations to group chats.
Clubhouse is valued at US$1 billion (approximately Rs 72.5 billion) and has approximately 10 million users every week.
The prevalence and emergence of pandemics, as well as the appearance of high-profile figures such as Tesla founder Elon Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, have greatly improved it. Popularity.
Former TV and broadcaster Judyth Jernudd now serves as a leadership coach and said: “You have a lot of different views, different opinions and inputs, these are so real and timely.”
“Although it is still in the beta version, some of us also use it as a beta version for programs and programs that we may want to launch.”
Unlike most major social media, Clubhouse makes people feel screen fatigued when they are tired of talking, or inclined to other tasks.
Fans are integrating Clubhouse into their lives through methods such as group study or mostly silent work.
There are rumors that Facebook is developing an audio product, temporarily called Fireside.
At the same time, Twitter has been testing “Spaces” real-time audio conversations as an alternative to text tweets.
Nikkia Reveillac, head of Twitter research, said that this move may expand the appeal of the platform because “some people want to have a conversation, but find it difficult to find these spaces. There are no puns, where you can have more subtle empathic conversations. Not on the timetable.”
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Those who can attract followers or conduct online activities want to make money.
Gary Henderson, founder of DigitalMarketing.org, advocates the use of “Creator Coins”, which are digital currencies that are personalized with influential nicknames.
Henderson said: “For example, we are doing some private club activities.”
The club plans to test activation fees, ticket sales or paid memberships.
Toni Thai, the founder of the Audio Collective creator group at the movie club Clubhouse, said: “They absolutely need to start thinking about ways to make money quickly.”
“So far, I have some very amazing rooms. I don’t want to burn out all my good ideas.”
Thai hopes that Clubhouse will one day add a sophisticated content recommendation system, such as Netflix TV shows or Spotify music shows, as well as possible podcasts.
The clubhouse is preparing to welcome all visitors, which will increase the challenge while keeping the communication in the room.
People in the running room will find themselves facing difficult decisions about what should or should not be allowed.
Zamit recalled an LGBT-themed conversation in the clubhouse, in which the host interrupted someone because of what he said.
Zamit said: “Since then, there has been a very good discussion in the conference room about how we can’t keep people silent just because they have different beliefs about us.”
“But I also felt that the host had to call because it was his room. He wanted to protect that space.”
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