As soon as you get the export file of your audience, you can check people who have big amount of followers. Then you can reach the person out through social media and try to convince them to your next session as a speaker, so that person’s followers will get the notification and come in to see what is going on. Then you can get more audience, new followers, and more visibility.

Did you know that you can show ads on Twitter to people who have listened to you on Clubhouse?

Here is how to do it:

Step 1: Export your Clubhouse audience with Direcon

If you are already a Direcon user, simply visit or click the "Audience" page on the menu and select the room you would like to target its listeners.

Then you can click the "Export" button to download the audience data as a CSV file. If you would like to target all of the people who have listened to you so far, you can download the audiences of each room and combine the CSV files.

Step 2: Edit the CSV file

The CSV file you download from Direcon looks like this.

In order to use that file on your Twitter ads, you need to edit it and remove all other columns except "Twitter" and delete all the rows which don't contain a Twitter username since there might be listeners who haven't linked their Twitter accounts to their Clubhouse accounts. So the end file should look like this.

Step 3: Create a custom audience on Twitter

Audiences is a tool in your Twitter Ads account that allows you to review and manage your audiences. You can access it by navigating to Tools > Audiences on Twitter Ads dashboard.

Once an audience is loaded into Twitter Ads, you can use the Audiences tab to view details about the audience and edit or delete audiences.

From there, you can use your Custom Audiences in your campaign targeting to directly reach the people who have listened to you on Clubhouse.

Not seeing the Tools tab in your ads account? This is because you haven't yet added a credit card. Learn more here.

Then click on "Create audience", select "List" and click "Next".

On this page, give your audience a name like "My Clubhouse Listeners" and add a description to remember what was it about. After that upload the edited CSV file.

Step 4: Wait for Twitter to create the audience

It may take some time for Twitter to match the list you uploaded with its own users depending on your list size. Once Twitter matches all of the people on your list, it tells you how many people it could match.

Step 5: Target your custom audience on your Twitter ads

On the campaign creation dashboard, Twitter gives you an option to target your custom audiences. Make sure you "include" your audience and then select "List" and the audience you created.

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