Will Sound Social Networks Dominate The Future?

Some Analysts Have Identified Key Metrics And Indicators Of Social Media Performance. They Believe That Identifying And Carefully Examining These Metrics And The Proper Use Of New Features In Social Networks Can Improve The Overall Life Experience Of Users.

Sound Social Networks, The general opinion of analysts, founders of social networks, and investors of these platforms is that the future of social networks is in the hands of voice-based social networks. Recording short audio files that are understandable, shareable, and thought-provoking makes the end-user experience very similar to a real-world conversation.

Several startups, including Beamz, Quest, and Plodo, owned by Farbod Nozad, believe that social media is the voice of the future of social media and should devote significant energy and capital to it. Even the world’s largest social networking platform, Facebook, has taken this as a possibility.

Facebook introduced the Sound Bates service earlier this year. Sound Bates is a service that will be available to Facebook users in the future. This service is based on shareable and short audio clips.

It is no secret that Tik Tok could also achieve great success based on short and entertaining clips. 

The huge masses of people who make high-quality video clips have greatly contributed to the success of Tic Tac Toe. Now, companies like Facebook and Club House are planning to replicate this success with audio clips.

This issue can become a new generation of social networks. In fact, sound-driven social networks can be media that generate new stars in the virtual world and generate a lot of cash for owners of voice-driven social networking platforms. Of course, this will happen if analysts’ and investors’ predictions about sound-driven social networks are correct.

Can voice-based social networks become very popular with users?

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The best way to predict the future of social media is to look closely at voice-based social media. These programs use the user’s voice as the main way to communicate with other people on social networks. There are relatively many limitations to this type of social networking. The first limitation in the use of voice-based social networks is the time limit for uploading audio files. Of course, people can counteract this limitation by releasing multiple audio files.

Another limitation is that, unlike texts, uploaded audio files are not editable. In addition, users can not communicate with other people in these social networks in environments that are not suitable for voice recording (such as crowded and public environments).

In general, a voice-based social network is like considering a Club House social network, but with a time limit. However, one of the issues raised by the founders of Saddam-centric social networks is the comparison of Saddam-centric social networks with Twitter and blogging.

The founders of Saddam-based social networks believe that people once used the blog as a content-sharing platform, and then tools such as Twitter and Tumblr introduce to the world that removed all complexity. Thanks to platforms like Twitter, users no longer need to learn blogging skills. All users have to do is type the words in a box and click the Publish button.

Austin Petersmith, founder and CEO of Ricket Company, is another voice-based social networking platform with the ability to publish short-term audio files. The company is currently in beta and has already raised its initial investment. “The benefits of using this type of social networking are as follows:”

Even with time constraints, providing people with a voice-based social networking platform brings them closer to the podcast and makes it easier for people to convey content.

Hundreds of millions of people actively use Tic Tac, hundreds of millions of people blog, and less than one million people actively publish their content through podcasts. It is necessary to eliminate this disproportion.

The company limits people to 9 minutes of audio recording, and currently, users can only do so on the platform’s website. However, a company-specific program is in development, and there are plans to reduce and eliminate existing restrictions for all users. Petersmith said 18,000 minutes of audio had been released since the company launch this year. 70,000 people have listened to a file on the company, and this is what their company calls audio clips.

Currently, 17,000 people have registered on the Saddam-e-Rokht social network.

Alan Sternberg, the co-founder of Beamz, who he says and another co-founder of Beamz, have raised $ 3 million to start Beamz, said the success of the programs comes from a combination of factors that are critical to users. Factors such as improving the microphone of phones, the popularity of platforms such as clubhouses, and the faster performance of the text-to-speech system in the Android and iOS operating systems.

It should note that none of these programs offer RSS feeds to distribute content to other programs. These programs basically configure RSS feeds as a dedicated interface through which people can view and even create content. Of course, the sound system is different from podcasts. Sternberg said that RSS is a problem for voice-based social networks because it does not allow a social network to grow in one application.

He said:

I think the problem with RSS feeds is that when you listen to a podcast, it’s like decentralized technology not built for social networking.

At the same time, for investors, the development of sound-based social networks based on short-term audio files is a way to achieve success among audio programs and other social networks such as the Club House. Of course, such an idea is at least logical in the mind of an investor.

Jake Chapman, an investor in the company, has mentioned several issues that point to voice-based social media. The investor says free chats outside of certain rooms provided by apps such as Club House increase users’ use of voice-based social networks and attract more people to use such networks.

He said:

I think sound-driven social networks based on short-term audio files have a better chance of success than programs like Club House. I think these social networks can be as widespread as platforms like Facebook and Instagram. So the company, for example, can defeat the clubhouse in a relatively short period of time in voice-based social media competitions.

He also said that programs that work on long-term audio files impose higher costs on investors when publishing multi-hour conversations and various optimizations.

Podcasts have made significant progress in recent years

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Of course, podcasts have been around for years and are now growing rapidly. Amazon has recently acquired a podcast hosting company in addition to the Wonder Podcast Network, and Spotify has spent more than $ 1 billion on proprietary content trading on its platform and companies around the world. No one really thought podcasts would be so lucrative, but big tech companies seized the opportunity to make more money by providing smart ads to users.

Spotify acquired Anker in 2019, which undoubtedly represents the company’s new plan to create a voice-based social network. However, the platform did not focus on short-term audio files and was designed more to democratize podcasts. This is the policy that Spotify is trying to do today. Anker tried to turn his app into a place to listen and create content but was never able to turn it into a new generation of social media.

This is a serious obstacle for start-ups. Podcasts thrive when they are available across a platform. 

Some proprietary content is successful on YouTube, others are popular on Apple Podcasts, and others perform well on Pocketcasts. But the new programs of Saddam-centric social networks and their founders see proprietary content as the way forward.

These startups face two major hurdles: Facebook, which is set to enter the market soon and plans to pay $ 1 billion to builders across its platform next year, and public feedback. The big question is, do people want to use voice-based social networks based on short-term audio files?

Will using short-term audio files to convey different content to users be welcomed by people? Or will many people still prefer to use Twitter to publish short stories? What is your opinion? Will Saddam-based social networks in Iran be welcomed by users? Please share your views with us in the comments section.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a voice-based social network?

Voice-based social networks use audio files as a tool for user conversations and the transmission of various concepts. For comparison, social networks such as Instagram use images to convey different content.

What is the difference between companies such as companies and clubhouses?

Unlike platforms such as clubhouses, which have dedicated rooms designed for long-distance conversations, companies focus on sharing short-term audio files. The clubhouse is more suitable for professional users, while the company will be suitable for general users.


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