Entrepreneur

HOW TO START A ROOM THAT POPS

Recruit experts.

f you just start a room, nobody will care. But if you start a room with true experts in a field, you’re starting strong. “Your room should be dense with notable principal investor and head of content at SignalFire. The more Clubhouse followers an expert has, the bigger the audience they’ll draw in.

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