A community of content leaders

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The new era of AI-powered tech is bringing big changes to the world of content – and fast.

As a content leader, people are looking to you for guidance as they explore this strange, new territory:

  • How can your team best use generative AI to create content that will resonate with your audience and help achieve your marketing goals?
  • What AI tools should your team be using, and for which tasks?
  • What processes should they be following?
  • What are the best practices for managing and deploying AI in a content marketing or content design context?

But as you survey the landscape, you realize that there are more questions than answers.

That’s why we created ActiveVoice, a Slack community for content leaders: to give you a sounding board for your ideas, to help you benchmark your team’s progress, and to give you a space to connect with your peers.

At ActiveVoice, we believe content leadership is a team effort. We provide a space for content leaders to come together and share their ideas, so that we can all learn and grow together. If you’re a content professional feeling curious, excited, or overwhelmed by the big changes happening in our field, come join us. We’ll help you find the answers you’re looking for, and we’ll support you as you blaze a trail for the rest of us.

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We’re excited for you to join us in productive, thoughtful, and fun conversations about content. To make sure that’s possible for everyone, we ask that you agree to some guidelines:

Use kind, respectful, and inclusive language.
After all, this is a community based on the importance of good communication.

If you see an instance of abuse, please report it.
Discrimination of any kind will result in an immediate ban.

If you want to promote something, use the #promotion channel.
Keep the other channels for ideas, discussion, skill-sharing, and all the properly juicy stuff.

Make use of threads!
It’ll help you keep track of topics — and who doesn’t love a tidy interface?

Don’t spam the group with outside links.
Sharing what you’re reading is great, but make sure you share your thoughts and takeaways as well.

Post in the channel that’s most suited to your topic.
You want to make sure that you’re reaching people who are going to be interested in what you have to say, so pick wisely.

On which note: please don’t crosspost.

Don’t @ the whole channel or community.
(No need to explain this one.)