Clubhouse Room Reset
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Top Things To Have In
Your Room Reset

  1. State The Topic

  2. Acknowledge Speakers

  3. State The Room Purpose

  4. Remind People To Mute Mics

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Clubhouse Room Reset

Steven Burchard (@VirtualEvents)

 

Things to consider having in your room reset:

  1. Welcome Listeners

  2. State the room Name or Topic

  3. State the club Name (if you are in a club)

  4. Acknowledge your moderators/speakers

  5. State the purpose of the room

  6. State the method of questions/comments (hand raising, DM questions…)

  7. State the style of room (Q&A, Popcorn…)

  8. Remind new speakers to mute their mics when joining stage.

  9. Invite people to “Ping” or invite others to join the room.

 


Example Room Reset: (Clubhouse 101: (tips & tricks on how to best use clubhouse)

Welcome, Welcome, Welcome everyone to Clubhouse 101: Tips and Tricks on how to best use Clubhouse. This is under the CH Event Pros Club. I am surrounded by a group of amazing moderators who are all super stars in the world of clubhouse. Today we are here to talk about everything clubhouse. If you have any questions about how Clubhouse works, we encourage you to join us on stage by hitting the little hand raising icon at the bottom of the screen and we will invite you to come join us. This is a Q&A style room so after you ask you question, we will pop you back into the audience and if you have any other questions feel free to raise your hand again. When you do join us on stage, please mute your microphone because it is not muted automatically. Last but not least, I would like to ask everyone to invite some friends to join us. If you know anyone on clubhouse who might be able to gain something from this conversation or add to this conversation feel free to ping them in. The way you do that is by tapping on the plus icon and hitting a few people on the screen.

Deep Dive:

  1. Welcome Listeners

  2. State the room Name or Topic

  3. State the club Name (if you are in a club)

  4. Acknowledge your moderators/speakers

  5. State the purpose of the room

  6. State the method of questions/comments (hand raising, DM questions…)

  7. State the style of room (Q&A, Popcorn…)

  8. Remind new speakers to mute their mics when joining stage.

  9. Invite people to “Ping” or invite others to join the room.

Welcome, Welcome, Welcome everyone to Clubhouse 101: Tips and Tricks on how to best use Clubhouse. This is under the CH Event Pros Club. I am surrounded by a group of amazing moderators who are all super stars in the world of clubhouse. Today we are here to talk about everything clubhouse. If you have any questions about how Clubhouse works, we encourage you to join us on stage by hitting the little hand raising icon at the bottom of the screen and we will invite you to come join us. This is a Q&A style room so after you ask you question, we will pop you back into the audience and if you have any other questions feel free to raise your hand again. When you do join us on stage, please mute your microphone because it is not muted automatically. Last but not least, I would like to ask everyone to invite some friends to join us. If you know anyone on clubhouse who might be able to gain something from this conversation or add to this conversation feel free to ping them in. The way you do that is by tapping on the plus icon and hitting a few people on the screen.

 

 

Hire A Professional Clubhouse Moderator:

  • Room Reset Professional: 

    • The room reset is a key moment to pull the conversation back on topic, bring up the room energy and pull your audience back in. Our team of skilled moderators will reset the room deliver key insights and encourage room growth. Having a moderator who can reset the room right is a game changer for any clubhouse experience.

  • Clubhouse Room Security:

    • Trolls are real on the clubhouse platform and having a dedicated moderator who is on constant patrol allows for you to focus on your message and the room.

  • Conversation Facilitator: 

    • A discussion moderator is a person whose role is to act as a neutral participant in the discussion, holds participants to time limits, directs questions to subject experts and tries to keep them from straying off the topic.