Why Clubhouse App is Invite only as of now? is one of the concern for many who’re not getting invite.
At the time of this writing, you still need an invitation from an existing Clubhouse user to get access. Every new user gets two invites, and they earn more as they use the app. Ask your friends if they have one.
Why Clubhouse App is Invite only as of now? Because they want it to be “exclusive”, that’s all. There are a shitload of established messenger services out there, so if you want to launch another one, you somehow have to stand out from the others and people are dumb enough to fall for it.
But the twist is this, Problem is people are selling invitations everywhere which doesn’t make a sense to join a free platform that’s aims to be the next big thing!
What people are saying about Clubhouse?
“It’s at the intersection of several hot trends – audio, live and social,” said Joseph Evans from Enders Analysis.
“And it’s recreating some of the things we can’t do normally because of the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, such as attending a talk or having a group conversation.”
At present the app doesn’t make any money. But that’s not necessarily important.
As Sarah Frier’s book No Filter recounts, Mark Zuckerberg insisted Instagram take its time before introducing ads after Facebook bought the photo app in 2012 for a then-groundbreaking $1bn.
The reason, he said, was that it was more important to establish “staying power” first.
Why would Clubhouse be worth so much?
Clubhouse had about 13.4 million users in late March, according to research firm App Annie, having added about a fifth of that number over the previous four weeks alone.
In short, it’s growing quickly – despite being “invite only” and limited to Apple’s iOS – and appears to have found a gap in the market.