EP12: OpenMic: How to Make Money on Clubhouse

Sharing stories, building a brand, and making an income on the new audio-only social app with Adrian Chenault, founder of Contact Mapping

(Recorded live on Clubhouse April 30, 2021.) 

How can we make money on Clubhouse? Adrian Chenault, the Founder of Contact Mapping is aiming to help us humanize our ‘friend lists’ to grow and connect on the audio-only app in a meaningful way. We discuss methods to build authentic connections and networking opportunities that lead to  money and profit via Clubhouse. It’s all new and we’ll start the ongoing discussion to figure out what works today.

Moderators: Colin C. Campbell, Jeff Sass, Michele Van Tilborg

 Speaker: Adrian Chenault

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