Get A Clubhouse Invite: 5 Reasons for Using the Clubhouse App to Improve Your Marketing Efforts

Emily Bezak Writes
6 min readMar 28, 2021

By: Kiara Cooper

Clubhouse is everywhere. I’ve read about people spending HOURS on the drop-in audio platform and the serious FOMO it creates.

When I think of Clubhouse I think of an exclusive little society you wanted to be a part of as a child. Just like a kid’s clubhouse creates hours of fun and can keep children occupied, the popular, invite-only Clubhouse app seemingly does the same for us big kids.

In this blog, I will share a few details on ways brands are starting to use Clubhouse for marketing and sales and reasons to add it to your marketing mix while the adoption wave nearly hits mainstream.

Not sure what Clubhouse is? Read my first Clubhouse article here.

Clubhouse has grown tremendously and has assisted with building a multitude of communities since being open to the public in October of last year. To understand the power of this new tool, users need to be active. To be honest, it isn’t hard to be present but I am going to tell you about this life changing tool.

Companies Use Clubhouse To Make Sales, Accomplish Goals

To grow your reach and manage how you can utilize Clubhouse to benefit your business and to actually get new clients. Users have to attend more rooms but don’t go jumping from room to room. Find rooms that may have at most, 50 people, and the speakers of the room are legit individuals that have credible information. Believe me some people can talk a good game but cannot truly help you.

Finding an informative and interacting room with a smaller crowd, allows users to look over the people in the room to see if they are legit and if you have questions there is a possibility to speak with the moderator of the room and get on stage to interact with them. With you being on stage people will look over your profile so make sure your profile is minimum and gets straight to the point as well. It should show credibility and how you are able to help others.

Last but not least, I definitely would recommend being careful in Clubhouse. Anyone can decide to create and give advice. People can teach anything they would…



Emily Bezak Writes

Pittsburgh based freelance writer. And I write compelling marketing content for companies and startups with big growth goals.