Accountability & Belittlement: The Biggest Problems On 👋 Clubhouse...

published on 29 January 2021

The biggest issues all Clubhouse users need to be aware off...

Clubhouse App Problems...
Clubhouse App Problems...

Clubhouse is a new social media app (exclusive to iOS at the moment) that combines all the perks of Facebook, livestreams and podcasts, with the biggest differentiator being that it is audio-only.

Clubhouse consists of a variety of topics discussed in different live rooms, which you can easily be a part of.

Each room is supervised by a so-called "Moderator" whose main responsibility is running the live conversation...

It's like a podcast which gives you the ability to chime in...

OR...

Kind of like a classroom run by a teacher.

Clubhouse Classroom?!?
Clubhouse Classroom?!?

OR by several teachers...

Anyone can create a room and has the absolute freedom to discuss any subject they desire.

Problem is though...

As opposed to being in an actual classroom, where the teacher usually conveys reliable information and corrects the students who speak otherwise, Clubhouse has NOBODY to call people out on their BS...

Clubhouse: Hear No Evil, See No Evil...
Clubhouse: Hear No Evil, See No Evil...

Speakers (who generally pose as pros through-out the duration of their room) are often found relaying inaccurate information, with no-one to call them out...

As such, it is very important to manually background check room speakers through the use of their related LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram accounts in order to gauge the authenticity & quality of the advice being given.

In addition to the above, Clubhouse hosts a community of vast diversity, with each room having people from both ends of the spectrum.

The problem is, however, that some listeners are hesitant to contribute to the ongoing conversation due to a fear of belittlement...

To be continued...

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