How’s it going Know-Howers!
We’re back again to share with you some cool new things happening within the crowdfunding world of TCF.
We all face that dreaded issue sometimes — hitting the wall. Sometimes you’re on a roll, then all of a sudden you hit that month, week, or day that comes with that loss of creativity, insights, and sometimes all-around direction.
This week, we’re here to give you that boost that will get you out of that funk with awesome automated mind maps and a new social networking app that will continue to feed you insights on what’s happening in today’s world.
So grab your phone and your laptop, and get ready to try out some fresh new Know Hows.
This week’s Know How:
Have you ever wondered what kind of questions people are asking around the world? Perhaps people are interested in truffle recipes. Maybe people are curious about specific insights on full-face masks. Whatever the topic may be, AlsoAsked.com is a simple tool that discovers what people are asking around the world.
Let’s check it out!
It’s very easy. Just type the topic you want to explore, then choose the language, and location.
What happens next? It will bring up all the topic-related questions in the form of a mind-map-style keyword tree! And the best part? It can be downloaded right to Excel so that you can use these insights for your research alongside your own data.
To break it down…
The left side shows the main topic. From that point, it then generates the questions that people have been searching relating to that topic on the Internet. It starts going into details and defining more questions from the previous question. So at the end of the day, it can help to find new ideas, new keywords, and topics, also can help you improve your SEO strategy.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
To put it simply… Clubhouse is on fire! I’ll be honest… my first impression of it sucked! I questioned the hype quite crucially. Like why would someone *willingly turn their phone into an old-school radio talk show that never shuts up?
Yeah… I think I’ll pass…
But here’s the thing, last week, I actually spent some time diving in and really exploring it. And you know what… it’s really a pretty cool place!
So let me show you how to get started:
Here’s the thing… Clubhouse is only for iOS users as you can see below (only having the “App Store” option). So anyone using anything else won’t get to check it out.
First things first, as you can see above, Clubhouse is invite-only. But here’s a workaround to get on it without sparing anyone’s invites.
CHECK THIS INVITE WORKAROUND!
Alright, so let’s get you signed up:
First, you’ll need to get on the app store where you’ll see this photo of a guy in a hat… quite the interesting logo. But we’ll take it! The next steps are quite self-explanatory.
Once you’re in, you’ll get a notification of the person who invited you onto the platform! To easily set up your profile, you can link your Twitter account, or just input your info manually.
You can either choose the same username you have on Twitter (which auto-fills in) or choose a new name. Once you lock in your username, you’ll then be able to find friends who are also on Clubhouse, as well as follow cool people who are already active within the platform.
To finalize the process, you can choose to receive notifications every time an interesting chat comes up, or opt-out of those notifications. Once you’ve cleared that, you’re all set!
Welcome to your profile!
CLUBHOUSE INSIDER TIPS
Some of you may already have the application. But if you followed the steps above and are just getting started, or are looking for more ways to interact, here are 5 tips that I discovered to help you get more visibility on Clubhouse:
GET OUT THERE AND GET STARTED!
Find me on Clubhouse -> @narek
I’ll be hosting regular talks, where we can talk about crowdfunding, and marketing, and share our collective experience!
P.S. It’s getting more crowded with time, so make sure to reserve your unique username. Just like I did.
That’s it for today! We have reached the end of this week’s Know Hows.
Time to begin your mind mapping and hit up that Clubhouse with some friends to listen in on interesting conversations. Again, sorry for those non-iOS users.
If you have any questions about any of our Know Hows, feel free to drop a comment below and give a shout-out to our authors this week on their LinkedIn profiles (which we’ve linked to their names).
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Stay in the know. Hopefully, you know… Know How. “If you know, you know…” Alright, that’s enough of that.
Take care! Now get on those tools!
P.S. Don’t forget to check out our previous Know How: Facebook Group Marketing