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In today's episode, I'm going to cover how I did six figures in a single day by using the new social media app Clubhouse.
So Clubhouse, Clubhouse. Has anybody heard of Clubhouse? It's a brand new social media app. It's invite-only; people are going nuts over it. Let me explain what it is first, and then I'll explain why I like it and believe in it. And then, finally, I'll explain how I was able to generate six figures in a day. And honestly, we're generating money from it all the time.
So this is a new social media app that is designed to basically just be live audio, sorta like user-controlled radio. So if I had to call it something, I call it social radio. You know how we have social media? As opposed to media, you know, media is, is controlled by companies and conglomerates, and, you know, production companies and social media is controlled by the users, right? We make the media, well, it's the same thing with Clubhouse instead of a radio show or company, we make the radio.
So you download Clubhouse, and you get on a waiting list. And then if somebody on your phone and I'll cover this, maybe in a YouTube video on how to actually get into Clubhouse. But essentially, yeah, I'll cover that in a separate video, but basically, once you're on Clubhouse and it is hard to get in, it's very hard to get in right now. It's invite-only; somebody has to give you an invite. I've seen people selling their invites for, you know, a thousand to $3,000. I can talk about how to hack your way into Clubhouse on my YouTube channel, which would be youtube.com/dan henry. I'll be releasing that video coming up soon. But essentially, once you're in, there are rooms, and you can start a room, you can join a room, you can schedule a room. And these rooms are where people come on, and it's just their face in a circle, and they can talk, and you mute yourself while other people talking, you unmute yourself when you want to talk, and there are three sections to it.
If it's your room or you get invited to the stage, you have the ability to talk, and there's a stage, right? So if it's your room, you start the room. Then you're automatically on the stage. If somebody is in the room and you promote them to the stage or invite them to the stage, then they can speak. Or you can speak if you get invited. And then below that, it'll say followed by speakers. It has a list of everybody who is in the room, who's followed by the speakers, and then below that, it has a regular audience. And if you're in either one of those, you can't speak, unless you get invited to the stage, or you raise your hand, and they approve you to come to the stage. And so you just talk, it's not recorded. In fact, it's against Clubhouses TOS to record it.
And so it's all live, right? And there are two elements to this app that make it highly addictive and highly, it's going to blow up. I wish I would have been an early investor. I wish I would've known about it. But essentially, you have two elements. Number one is extreme FOMO. And that is a combination of it being hard to get into and the fact that it's live, it's not recorded. You don't want to miss anything. So when people are dropping tons of knowledge, you don't want to be out of the conversation. You know, so you end up staying on the app for hours and hours and hours. Me and Anthony Morrison, and, you know, I mean, really it's just everybody. We're just, I mean, even guys like Grant Cardone, Tai Lopez. I'm yawning right now 'cause I'm so tired from how long I've been on that frigging app.
You just spend like, I mean, Billy Gene held a 12-hour room the other day. I couldn't believe it. And you just don't want to miss anything. Plus, when you get invited to the stage, and you're dropping bombs, you end up just gaining a ton of followers because people hear you speak, you drop bombs, you know, you drop value, and when people click on your profile, and they follow you. Now you can't direct message people. You can't click on links in the profile. It's really just audio. And I think that's amazing because it makes it simple. So that's what the app is. And I'll go a little bit more into it on my YouTube channel where I can, like, I have my overhead camera, and I'll show the app, and I'll go through the app. It'll be awesome. That said, here's why I love it.
I'm not a fan of social media personally because of the fact that I love giving value. I love posting on social, but I don't like the friction. Like for TikTok, right? I gotta make these little videos, hit myself in the face with a frying pan, and I've only got five seconds to do it. You know, LinkedIn, I don't even know how to use the frigging dashboard for LinkedIn. You know, Instagram, Oh, I got 15 seconds, and oh, the video's gotta be square. And if I post to IGTV, then you know, you got to add these things, and it condenses it. And it's just really hard to put out content in a, you know, and then YouTube, you gotta do video, right? You gotta do video. So like, just to put value out, just to put content out, it's hard because I have a lot to say, I can ramble off all kinds of stuff all day long. But if I got to have the friction of filming a video, making this, making that, oh, it's gotta be square, oh, it's gotta be this, then it slows that down. It's a bottleneck 'cause I can't just flow. I just can't go, you know? All these logistics has to happen.
So the reason I love Clubhouse is I just pick up the phone, I talk, that's it. It's done, right? I can just give pure value. I don't gotta think about keywords. I don't gotta think about, you know, the algorithm. I don't gotta think about, you know, what videos are trending. I don't gotta think about any of that. I just give value. And so that's why I like it. Again, on my YouTube channel, I'll cover more of how to get followers, how to actually hack the rooms and get the most followers per room, all that.
So the next thing is how we made six figures from it. So here's the great part when you get on Clubhouse, right? If you drop value, if you know what you're talking about, people will reach out to you, and they will want to buy your stuff, period. And here's why I've been doing these rooms lately. And my handle, by the way, is @DanHenry if you want to come into them where I basically give free coaching, right? I give, I just bring random people up to the stage, and I give free coaching. And here's what happens. The person I give the coaching to gets blown away, and when they reach out to my team and they want to join either my main coaching program or my mastermind. People that listen in that didn't get invited to the stage. They go, wow, Dan knows what he's talking about. Holy crap. And then they do the same thing.
The other day held a room, and I ended up selling two entries into our mastermind, which is $55,000 per year, plus a ton of entries into our Digital Millionaire Coaching program. So, I didn't; there was no call to action. I didn't try to sell, people just reached out, and that's been amazing. I've been able to amass about 11,000 followers in just a couple of weeks. I have message, after message, after message, after message of people saying, Dan, I thought you were a douchebag. I thought you were a total jerk. I just didn't like YouTube videos. I don't like your face, whatever, but when I heard you talk on Clubhouse, I'm so impressed. I have so much respect for you. I want to buy your stuff.
I get those messages every day. At the same time, I've met people on there that I thought were kind of douchy, or I didn't take seriously. And then, when I heard them talk unfiltered, unscripted, I gained massive respect for them.
Like I got to talk to Tai Lopez the other day. And, you know, and I'll cover this maybe in another year podcast episode, but I kind of asked him, I was like, "Hey man, like, you know, how did you deal with the heat from kind of like doing the whole douchebag marketing thing and the Lamborghini and all that?" And, you know, he kinda answered it to me. He said, "You know, well, I knew my market, and I knew if I acted too professional, that would turn them off. So I kind of acted a certain way so that I would increase conversions and be more relatable."
And I was like, wow. And I was like, Hey, you know, and that, that takes a lot it's ego thing to act, you know, to kind of dumb yourself down because you know you're smarter, but you got to dumb yourself down so that you can relate to the audience with your product. I thought that was very admirable. So my respect for guys that I didn't previously have necessarily the utmost respect for. And maybe it's just because of their marketing and whatnot guys like Tai and Grant, I now have tons of respect for because I actually got to hear them speak as real people. And I'm like, wow, these guys are smart. And not that I ever thought they weren't just, it just increased that level of respect way higher than it was.
And then I got reached out to, by several other marketers who said, you know, Dan, we've never met. And I always thought, I kinda thought you were kinda, whatever, a flash in the pan or, you know, kind of a tool or whatever. And, but then when I heard you speak, I'm just like, wow, this guy knows what he's talking about.
So I think what's happening right now. There's a lot of wild transparency on Clubhouse going through the ranks. What you're hearing is you're hearing, or what you're seeing is you're seeing people in this industry, who've never met who are gaining newfound respect for each other, as well as people who claim to be, you know an authority, and then you hear them speak and it's clear right away that they're full of crap. And so they have kind of been exposed because when you're on video, and you have a script, it's one thing. But when you talk off the cuff, you're the real deal, or you're not, right? Like, I mean, it's instant exposure.
So I'm grateful for it. And I've got a ton of connections with big names that I never thought, well, I never tried, but, you know, even somebody who has a decent audience such as me, we'd still have to work my butt off to get in contact with I'm sitting there talking to him on Clubhouse, you know? I was able to have a lengthy 20, 25-minute conversation with Jonathan. I think it's the CEO or founder of Mentor Box. And I was very humbled to talk to him. And I was even more humbled when he was asking me questions about how I built my company. And just the fact that he cared was extraordinarily humbling. So it's a very humbling experience to be on that app. It's very profitable if you are the real deal.
And it's very addicting, but I'm learning so much, there's so much value on there, you know that you'd be crazy not to get on. And just schedule some time, even if you had an hour a day, where you could listen in on some rooms or when you're on your walk or when you're at the gym. And that's what I've been doing. I've been maintaining my circle of focus, and I've just been fitting it in when I'm walking around, when I'm doing my morning knowledge walk, when I'm working out, driving.
(Yawn) Oh my gosh, that's what Clubhouse is doing to me. It's killing me. It's killing me. It's exhausting. But and my voice is a little harsh from all the talking, but if you haven't followed me on Clubhouse yet. It's @DanHenry, get on Clubhouse, follow me, I drop bombs and rooms. I let people pitch me on their stuff. I do some free coaching. Yeah, it's pretty cool, man. And I know a lot of other marketers have been making some great sales from it, not pitching, just giving value, and then people reach out.
So I hope this has been helpful. Don't sleep on Clubhouse. I'll be doing some more episodes on Clubhouse and some YouTube videos. And I'll be showing you guys how to get in and all that jazz. So stay tuned and talk soon.