Clubhouse announces accelerator program for creators

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Preparing to celebrate its 1st year anniversary on March 17, Clubhouse’s CEO Paul Davison announced in the Clubhouse’s weekly town hall on Sunday that it will launch an acceleration program for content producers. 

Following this announcement, Clubhouse shared the details of the acceleration program for content creators, sharing a post on its official Twitter account.

The acceleration program called Clubhouse Creator First will enable content creators on the platform to build their audiences, connect with brands and earn revenue through the platform. 

The Clubhouse Creator First acceleration program will only accept 20 content producers in the first place. You can sign up for the Clubhouse Creator First acceleration program here.

Applications have been opened for the Clubhouse Creator First acceleration program and you can apply for the program till March 31st. 

Paul Davison also announced the addition of some user-requested product features, including link sharing and language filtering.

Clubhouse will no longer require access to users’ phone contacts, users can now directly invite new contacts to the platform using the person’s phone number.

Davison said users will be able to reach out to the company to delete previously uploaded contacts, and a tool that allows users to delete contacts from Clubhouse will soon be available.

Clubhouse, which reached 8 million downloads in February, valued at $1 billion during a recent funding round. 

The invite-only audio-based social app has attracted the attention of major social networks thanks to the great interest it has met in a short time, and seems to face important competitors. 

The Clubhouse-like feature of Twitter, Spaces, has also been presented for Android users recently. Facebook and ByteDance is also working on a Clubhouse-like feature.

Written by Jordan Bevan

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