The voice-based app Clubhouse has quickly risen in popularity as it has become a hotspot for networking. However, does the app really benefit creators like photographers who rely on posting photos as opposed to audio? The answer is yes! There’s a reason why photographers have flocked to the app. Read on to find out how Clubhouse benefits photographers.
Undoubtedly, the apps drop-in audio feature is a major game changer in the world of networking. As the platform allows for users to ‘drop-in’ to rooms and listen or participate, making connections and interacting with other photographers is easier now than ever. With there being a lack of face-to-face interactions, Clubhouse has become a quick substitute for individuals to have in-depth and passionate conversations about all things photography—and ultimately connect.
Get tips and advice
In addition to Clubhouse being a great platform for making connections, it has become a place for creators to seek and get advice. As ‘rooms’ are themed and have specific topics, you can quickly drop in to rooms of your choice. With a large population of photographers on the platform, the amount of rooms and conversations you can join is endless. You can choose to participate in conversations and ask for advice or simply listen if people are already giving advice!
No doubt, people’s level of creativity and inspiration has decreased over the year as we have been stuck in our homes. Clubhouse provides photographers with opportunities to listen, weigh in, and engage with other photographers about each other’s work—and inspire each other.
Expand your following
Lastly, it’s vital to link your other social media accounts to Clubhouse as you can generate more engagement with your profile —and with your work! By engaging with others in rooms, you’re not only bringing attention to yourself, but to your entire profile. So, speak up if you can!
Don’t let the fact that Clubhouse is a voice-only platform discourage you from joining, listening and engaging with others!