Do you love community strategy & metrics as much as you love writing? Are you energized by helping, welcoming, and empowering others? Then read on...
AI: It’ll either kill us all or create a utopian renaissance situation like the world has never seen.
We’re working really hard to make sure it’s the latter.
We make this thing called Sudowrite. It’s the best tool for long-form writers ever made. Over 8,000 authors use it to publish novels, screenplays, short stories, and lots of other things.
Our writers tell us it helps them write 2-3× as fast, get unblocked, and finish novels that had languished for years. If G.R.R. Martin had this thing, book six would have been out years ago.
We’re growing fast. We 5Xed revenue and customers in the last six months. We have something real here.
We’re 💥 profitable 💥. We’ve hit product-market fit and now we’re just trying to keep up with demand. Our team is small (just 5) and we’re all really good at
what we do. We’ve been featured in The New Yorker and lots of other places
you’ve heard of. Just last month, a book written using Sudowrite was reviewed in the New York Times.
Our company was started by repeat founders, both writers, both down-to-earth, decent people with prior exits. Our investors aren’t too shabby, either.
If you’ve played the startup game before, you know that nothing in life is certain. That said, we have strong fundamentals, we believe AI is here to stay, and our business is working.
Our community is core to our success. In fact, the vast majority of people find us through word of mouth.
Authors hear about us in discords and slacks and facebook groups and subreddits. We have a friendly Slack community with over 3,500 people. Every day, members
help each other learn how to use the Sudowrite.
We have a fledgling ambassadors program with volunteers from all over the world. They hold Zoom sessions to help other authors, answer questions in Slack, and document best practices. They are amazing.
We also build features with dozens and sometimes hundreds of community members giving feedback directly to our product team. We talk to and learn from our customers daily.
Community isn’t a nice-to-have, it’s part of our product.
We want our community to become THE reason people choose to join Sudowrite. We want a supportive, ambitious, and vibrant community that is as much the product as the app itself.
These days, Ryan (our designer) runs weekly community calls, teaches classes on how to use Sudowrite, and works with our ambassadors.
James (one of our founders) and Josh (one of our engineers) worked closely with hundreds of community testers to build our newest feature.
Amit (the other founder) actively answers questions about sudowrite on reddit and facebook, and is helping with ambassadors.
And all of us actively answer questions in the community Slack and solicit feedback.
We believe a stronger community = a stronger business
We believe great stories change minds & thus change the world.
We believe tools like Sudowrite are enabling a creative renaissance.
We believe learning from and supporting each other is the key to making this all work.
We believe a stronger community directly leads to a stronger business.
We want a visionary, compassionate, detail-oriented do-er who can own all aspects of community. Someone who loves trying new things, moves quickly, and wakes up each morning energized by
Right now, we believe community encompasses talking with current and future customers, content marketing, and program management, but this may evolve as we learn more about what our community members need most.
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Okay, you got me. How do I apply?
We can’t wait to meet you!