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How To Create A Robust Presence On Clubhouse: 3 Strategies

Clubhouse gives you an opportunity to display your thought leadership as well as your expertise. Speak on topics that you have ample knowledge of. The last thing you want to do is feign expertise

By Deladem KumordziePublished about a year ago 3 min read
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When we talk about a social media platform that truly works in real-time, It is Clubhouse. And this makes it an incredibly powerful enabler of connectivity. Anyone, Anywhere can share expertise and possibly increase revenue while building a relationship. The unique thing about clubhouse is the fact that you get to share your story and knowledge without bias which is the purest way to get clientele or build your brand. So how do you go about creating a robust reputation on Clubhouse? here are 3 strategies to adopt :

Establish A Presence And Keep It Up

Clubhouse gives you an opportunity to display your thought leadership as well as your expertise. Speak on topics that you have ample knowledge of. The last thing you want to do is feign expertise. Bear in mind that people are diverse and may not share all their expertise in their Bio but maybe a good judge of character. Therefore, speak extensively on your areas of expertise. If you find yourself in a place where you have no expertise in a topic or industry but would like to contribute, do well to read extensively on the topic. Keep your contribution short and sweet.

Keep Your Content Fresh

You need to give fresh content consistently. If you’re not always adding to your knowledge, It will be difficult to survive on Clubhouse. If you’re not adding new content in every room you find yourself, your content will become stale. Your followers will start to tune out, look elsewhere, or turn to another platform/club or person to consume content. Along the same lines, you also want to keep an eye on what the competition is doing. Staying on top of what’s going on in clubs, rooms (that is if you run a club ) Offer A Multi-Platform Service If you’re interested in maximizing the usage of your members on Clubhouse. A good way to start is to create a multi-platform service. For example, creating a chat module for members who are in need of more content from your club or people that create room under your club.

You need to give fresh content consistently. If you’re not always adding to your knowledge, It will be difficult to survive on Clubhouse.

Know when “not” to contribute

In as much as sharing your knowledge is essential to growing a robust reputation on Clubhouse. You should know the right time to speak and the right time to keep mute. Over talking has a tendency to wear your followers out especially if you overanalyze your contribution and go on and on. Keep your contributions to the point but not necessarily short as some information might be extremely relevant though they may be lengthy. If you happen to be in a room with diverse expertise, only share what you think will be relevant to the conversation. if you are uncertain, it will be better you do not contribute. But always keep an open mind, as Clubhouse is multicultural.

Speak on topics that you have ample knowledge of. The last thing you want to do is feign expertise

Conclusion

To wrap up, the idea behind creating a robust reputation on Clubhouse is to have a trust index and gain an audience for your business. You can use different tactics to achieve that trust index. You should remember that your success depends on people liking and trusting you only because you give value. Finally, being credible on Clubhouse is only one way of building your reputation. You can always utilize other tactics such as attending rooms and supporting your networks to become recognized as a thought leader in your industry.

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Deladem Kumordzie

Challenging everything I know, unlearning & relearning⚡️ A rare breed of business and technology. Business Planning || Branding || Front End developer || Graphics || Entrepreneur || Interested in Venture Studios

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