Pinned links will allow Creators to share links with their audience. The feature will be rolling out on Wednesday, October 27.
With pinned links, Clubhouse is giving Creators the opportunity to share articles, purchase info, photos, videos and more about the room topic.
While most social platforms have always allowed Creators to share links and point their audience towards third-party resources, it is not really easy to do so when your realm is social audio.
When Clubhouse realized that the most popular rooms on its platform inherently pointed to things outside of its app, the company knew it had to think of a way to help Creators do so.
People host live fundraisers, raising thousands of dollars to build schools in Africa. Authors are doing book tours. Musicians, podcasters, and comedians are getting discovered and selling tickets to shows. Journalists are dissecting their pieces and introducing audiences to new writers. Fashion designers and entrepreneurs are selling amazing products they created. Somehow, they have been creative enough to do this using only their voices.
Pinned links are almost the perfect solution: Creators can now pin links to the top of their rooms so that participants can access all of the resources that they mention during their audio conversations. Moderators can add, change or remove the link at any time, by simply tapping on the “…” menu in the upper right, then tap “Pin a Link.”
Clubhouse believes people will love Pinned Links and use them in all sorts of ways, like playing games, running polls, and sharing links to YouTube videos, but also help room creators drive people “to subscribe to their Substack, download their podcast, read their book, go see them at The Laugh Factory, discover their new single, buy their product, and support their Patreon or GoFundMe page.”
Pinned links will go live on Wednesday, Oct 27 on both iOS and Android.
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