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  • Writer's pictureKatelyn Davanzo

LinkedIn and Clubhouse Audio Rooms

Updated: 3 days ago

Audio rooms across LinkedIn and Clubhouse are a great way to interact with your audience and boost engagement rates for your company. What are the differences between the two platforms' audio rooms you may ask?

LinkedIn audio rooms strictly only provide audio to your viewers. These rooms give the audience a chance to speak up but without any video. Audio rooms are public events allowing anyone to join in and participate.

LinkedIn audio rooms are more of a casual way to connect with others. To set up an audio room, go to your homepage, click the plus icon next to events, then select audio event. Audio events can run for three hours maximum.

Clubhouse rooms are also designed as audio-only rooms and allow the audience to join and listen on. This platform allows for users to search for rooms that match their interests. If someone wants to participate In the conversation, they can click the raise hand icon

Clubhouse rooms have the option to be open or closed. Open rooms are open to the public while closed rooms are more private and could only be open to your friends. Clubhouse gives you the chance to join live rooms or have the opportunity to rewatch old livestreams.

Now, you can create LinkedIn and Clubhouse audio rooms to reinvent the way you communicate with your audience. So, if you’re ready to take your marketing strategy to the next level, let’s have a discussion by scheduling a free discovery call. In the meantime, please feel free to connect with me on Facebook and Clubhouse.

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