Here are some emerging social media platforms to keep an eye on:
Clubhouse: Clubhouse is a social audio app that allows users to participate in live, audio-only conversations with others on the platform. It has gained popularity quickly and is attracting high-profile users, such as celebrities and industry leaders.
Twitch: Twitch is a platform for live streaming and has traditionally been focused on gaming content. However, it has recently expanded to include more diverse content, such as music and talk shows.
Byte: Byte is a short-form video app similar to TikTok, but with a focus on looping videos that are six seconds or less.
Triller: Triller is a social video app that combines music and social media, allowing users to create and share music videos with their followers.
Vero: Vero is a social media app that emphasizes privacy and user control. It allows users to share photos, links, and recommendations with their followers, and includes a feature that allows users to categorize their contacts into "close friends," "friends," and "acquaintances."
These are just a few examples of emerging social media platforms, and there are likely to be more in the future as the market continues to evolve.