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Clubhouse: The Next Big Thing in Audiocasting
Clubhouse is the new player in social media.
An invitation-only, audio-only app, where members address the room “live” from a virtual stage, Clubhouse sounds good, at least in theory. Forums, discussions groups, virtual talks and even concerts.
In this episode of The Conversologist, Jam Mayer and Rew Shearer chew the fat on audio’s pros and cons, the culture shift of social media, and first impressions of a new social media app.
Season 2, Episode 14 | 26 mins
Clubhouse is the new player in social media. We chew the fat on audio’s pros and cons, the culture shift of social media, and first impressions of this invitation-only, audio-only app.
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Matthew Barker is a self-titled “chatpreneur” in Reno, Nevada. His mission: to deliver the gospel of chatbots to the small to medium business.
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