At Commsor and The Community Club, we strive to elevate our members' voices. We're the community for community builders after all — so our members are the experts. We also believe that the best way to grow and evolve this industry is through sharing community knowledge. A rising tide lifts all ships, right?
With all that in mind, we launched The Community Club Creator Guild, a team of community pros who share their experiences, strategies, learnings, and more to elevate community as a whole, and become thought leaders in the space.
Through a variety of content types, the Creator Guild are regularly featured on our forum, blog, and social platforms. And before you ask: yes — they're always paid for their hard work.
Interested in joining the Guild? Here's everything you need to know.
Your time and expertise are valuable – we appreciate the work you'll be doing for us, and the community industry as a whole. You deserve to be compensated.
As part of the Creator Guild, you'll be recognised as an authority in the industry (which never hurts when it comes to potential jobs or prospective clients...)
Build visibility for your professional brand with regular bylines and comment features in content the Commsor and The Community Club team creates.
To be part of the Community Creator Guild, you'll need to go through our application process.
The first step is filling out this application form. We'll be in touch from there.
Community folks are often spinning many plates — we get that. We're not putting a minimum cap on content created. That said, we're not putting a max limit on articles either. We'd love for you to contribute as much as you're able.
We're not on the hunt for the next Hemingway here. If you're a competent writer, we'd love to have you. Our Content team will workshop articles with you to make sure your features are perfectly publish-ready. We're also open to audio and video content — it's the Creator Guild, not writer guild. 😉
Not at all — we're interested in learnings and unique perspectives from both seasoned community veterans and newbies.
If it's community-related, the short answer is yes. But we work with our Guild to confirm each content piece before they get cracking, to avoid any duplicate or unnecessary work.
No. All Creator Guild content is hot off the press, so to speak, and has not appeared elsewhere (like a LinkedIn blog or Medium).
Another no, unfortunately. Google reads duplicate content as plagiarized, and will probably hide both articles from searchers. Sad. 😕
Here's a peek at some of the Creator Guild's incredible work:
Got more questions? We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org