We are very excited to bring you our new open source ACTEChatter Blog.
We encourage our members, non-members, volunteers, conference speakers, industry leaders and more to share their corporate travel knowledge. Below we have created a list of rules for submitting a blog to ACTEChatter. ACTE does reserve the right to decline to publish blogs which do not meet the established criteria.
- Blog posts that contain commercial messages, special offers, job offers, product announcements, malicious speech, or solicitation for services will not be accepted.
- All defamatory, abusive, profane, threatening, offensive, or illegal materials are strictly prohibited and will be removed; this includes libelous, defamatory, or knowingly false information about another person(s) or organization.
- Do not submit a blog post that you would not want the world to see or that you would not want anyone to know came from you. ACTEChatter is public and can be viewed by anyone.
- Blogs cannot infringe upon any copyright, trademark, trade secret or patent of any third party. If you quote or excerpt someone’s content, it is your responsibility to provide proper attribution to the original author.
- Don’t use ACTEChatter to deceptively obtain personal information. Don’t post content that violates anyone’s privacy, especially personally identifying or confidential information like credit card numbers, social security numbers, or unlisted contact information.
- We will not accept blogs that contain editorial content that has been commissioned and paid for by a third party, (either cash or goods in barter), and/or contains paid advertising links.
- Comments and contributions to ACTEChatter should be relevant to the topic being discussed. ACTE will remove off-topic posts/comments that do not provide substantive purpose or relevance from ACTEChatter.
- Be trustworthy. Be right. When you’re wrong, correct as quickly as possible and be honest about it. Don’t write misleading headlines. Give credit where credit is due by linking, including for copyrighted images.
- Build community. This means moderating your blog comments, featuring users’ content on your blog, and interacting with users regularly and in a timely fashion
- ACTE reserves the right to change the wording as deemed appropriate to suit the target ACTE audience.
ACTE staff defines and determines what is “unacceptable content” on a case-by-case basis, and our definitions are not limited to this list. We reserve the right to change these standards at any time. We also reserve the right to remove links to any content at any time.
About the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE)
The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) has a 25-year reputation for leading the way corporate travel is conducted. As a global association, comprised of executive-level members in more than 100 countries, ACTE pioneers educational and technological advances that make business travel productive, cost-effective and straightforward. ACTE advocacy and initiatives continue to support impactful changes in, safety and security, privacy, duty of care and compliance along with traveler productivity that supports global commerce.
ACTE has over 75 events a year as an attendee of an ACTE event you are provided meaningful and relevant learning experiences, quality networking time and opportunities to raise brand awareness. ACTE events look to bring thought leaders, buyers and suppliers, and subject matter experts together to not only discuss but solve issues facing the corporate travel industry.
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