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  • Jun 10

    It’s funny that the company heavily tried to promote the app through exclusivity and celebrities, where everyone was desperate to get an invite and whatever. We fast forward to this day and nobody even talks about this s*** anymore, s*** even some rappers deleted their accounts already

    So much for being the “future” of social media

  • Jun 10
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    Ppl on here really felt clouted on here for two weeks bc they were in a virtual room with chatty pattys

  • Jun 10
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    Imagine using an app that steals your voice data. That's some FREAKY s***

  • Jun 10
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    that’s crazy op but can someone get me an invite?

  • OP
    Jun 10
    LUNÄ

    that’s crazy op but can someone get me an invite?

    lol

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    Remember all those threads of people asking for invites or being proud that they were in a room.

    Wonder how they applied that sacred knowledge since then

  • Twitter Spaces is the feature they've put the most stock into other than Stories in quite a while

    Many podcasters felt worried about that field for a moment too. It will probably ultimately be a fad, but it isn't like it didn't or won't have relevancy in the way similar, older fields operate going forward. Locker Room for example, a sports version of this app, is going well. I don't believe it includes the invite barrier though

  • Jbreezyondeck

    Ppl on here really felt clouted on here for two weeks bc they were in a virtual room with chatty pattys

  • did the guy who made it sell it or not? if so that’s a W

  • Twitter spaces out now

    Discord stage discovery out now

  • People will do anything to feel part of the secret club lol

  • Remember that dumbass post where they said Clubhouse will replace traditional news outlets

    Like how deluded and far from reality are you

  • PNW

    It’s funny that the company heavily tried to promote the app through exclusivity and celebrities, where everyone was desperate to get an invite and whatever. We fast forward to this day and nobody even talks about this s*** anymore, s*** even some rappers deleted their accounts already

    So much for being the “future” of social media

    it got f***ing filled with shills and telemarketers trying to sell and pretend they giving out info to lead people to buy their courses. it died immediately when people tried to monetized it

  • Jun 10

    i got 2 invites for $100 a pop. even more exclusive now with people leaving

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    PNW

    It’s funny that the company heavily tried to promote the app through exclusivity and celebrities, where everyone was desperate to get an invite and whatever. We fast forward to this day and nobody even talks about this s*** anymore, s*** even some rappers deleted their accounts already

    So much for being the “future” of social media

    This is why execution matters. They blew a major opportunity. Also it's funny how much money is in the world, they put crazy money into this app that will fail

  • Other apps just copied it

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    DAVIDP

    Imagine using an app that steals your voice data. That's some FREAKY s***

    Bro, your iphone has your voice data and secondly, you ain't special. It's not that big of a deal, data is part of life and improving things

  • Jun 10
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    CGodJr

    Bro, your iphone has your voice data and secondly, you ain't special. It's not that big of a deal, data is part of life and improving things

    I don't have an iPhone. and I barely even use my phone during the day. S*** is useless to me. a computer is 100x more versatile

  • did people see it as the future or something?

    idk why but i never tried for a sec with that felt like this would happen. what was even the larger point of the app. i know there was networking and s*** and those celebrities doing rooms but thats it

  • It came out at the right time when the pandemic happened, but now it might fall off since things are starting to open up again.

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    People confuse building strong viral loops with actual product innovation. They did a great job using the invites and exclusivity to drive viral growth but the product itself is not some game changing innovation.

    It’s still amazing what their team did and they’ve raised $4 billion from Adresson Horowitz, so there’s clearly something to this trend of audio-based social networks. That being said with the world opening up there is such dying demand for this, so we’ll see if it becomes the next big thing.

  • OP
    Jun 10
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    CGodJr

    This is why execution matters. They blew a major opportunity. Also it's funny how much money is in the world, they put crazy money into this app that will fail

    Thing is they relied so much of the hype on invites and celebrities that when the app became public, s*** fell apart fast. That’s why like you said execution is super important and learn to create long-lasting growth

  • CLB Niggamortis

    Remember all those threads of people asking for invites or being proud that they were in a room.

    Wonder how they applied that sacred knowledge since then

    You sound like you're on some hating ish. I connected with a guy from Clubhouse that will help with my business. Plenty of people made money or networked with people on there. It's like ktt or any social site

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    DAVIDP

    I don't have an iPhone. and I barely even use my phone during the day. S*** is useless to me. a computer is 100x more versatile

    preference brother

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