You may be hearing all the chatter about Clubhouse and if you were like me…leery of even “looking” into it because who has time for one more thing, right? Join me and my special guest, Amelia Jael, as we discuss what Clubhouse is, where it might be heading and if YOU should pay attention and get yourself there!
Episode Sneak Peek
1:32 Is Clubhouse the new shiny object? Something to embrace?
2:30 Clubhouse is an invite-only platform
3:18 Show sponsor: Go Social Content Club gosocialcontentclub.com
5:00 Guest Introduction: Amelia Roberts
6:40 What is Clubhouse?
8:26 Clubhouse is for iPhone only (or recent iPads)
9:20 How long have you been on the app?
12:02 Invite Giveaway
13:34 Why in your opinion is Clubhouse exciting? What's the dynamic?
19:09 Will Clubhouse take the place of podcasts?
21:30 The FOMO factor is real
23:20 What should you do when you first jump into Clubhouse?
28:00 How important the bios are
30:02 What are some Do not do's
32:15 Set the stage for the conversation
33:48 The real experts are immediately known
34:45 How to overcome the fear of not sounding an expert yet
37:52 What is the difference between rooms and clubs?
41:41 What are the strategies you've seen so far that actually drives business results?
47:22 Block out time
49:04 Does Clubhouse have a staying power?
52:25 What are some of the drawbacks that you see now?
56:00 Where to find Amelia Roberts
56:53 Invite Winners
57:57 Download the app and reserve your username
Who is Amelia Roberts?
Amelia Roberts is a digital native who officially became a practitioner of online marketing twelve years ago with a role as a virtual assistant.
Student loans from nursing school inspired her to put her love of social networking, observing human nature, showing empathy and previous marketing experience to work in new ways and as a result, she was able to pay off her student loans in under 2 years as a social media manager.
Now alongside other roles, you can find Amelia helping under-recognized professionals stand out, articulate their unique value, and “get first dates” in business so that they can become thought leaders in their industry while maintaining work-life harmony.
When she is not optimizing human potential Amelia enjoys planning real and imagined food tours.