In 2020, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth opened the doors to a new social app on iOS called Clubhouse. They created it in an effort to stem the negativity found on similar networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. However, it works on an invite-only basis, so you’ll need to have friends on the system to be able to become part of the community.
Join Clubhouse in 4 steps
Step 1: Download the app
The first step in your Clubhouse adventure is downloading the app. Unfortunately, it’s only available on iOS at the moment. Although, with Android users crying for one their side too, it might not take long before one appears.
Step 2: Reserve a name
Once you have the app, you need to reserve a username to join the waiting list. Other members will see the name appear as well as your details. To protect the Clubhouse community, someone will need to approve your account. That’s where your friends come in.
Step 3: Receive an invite
Another way that you can join Clubhouse is if a friend invites you. Every member has one exclusive invite only, so they need to make it count. Of course, this means you need to know someone on the social network who still has an invite remaining. People have lost friends over less…
Step 4: Create your profile
Clubhouse lets you manually enter your profile details, but you can also link your Instagram or Twitter account to import the information. Once your membership is approved, you’ll need to specify and verify your mobile number for security purposes. Remember to put your best smile forward so that others can grow interested in you.
Welcome to VIP social media
With so much backlash and political wars on social networks, it’s no surprise that celebrities are moving over to Clubhouse for more personal conversations and media sharing. Of course, it doesn’t mean they’ll move from Instagram completely. You just won’t see the juice propaganda that we’ve all become accustomed to over the years.