WhoDatDish.com: Contributing Writers Needed To Cover Saints
By Keith Null
Do you think your the biggest Saints fan in the world?
Do you find yourself at social gatherings spewing out stat lines from the previous or current Saints season?
Think you can put all that Saints information in your head down on paper logically and with a little style?
If you do then I’ll cut right to the chase here and say that WhoDatDish.com and FanSided are experiencing tremendous growth and I have been tasked with finding a few contributing writer’s to add here at WDD for immediate start.
As a contributing writer you’ll work closely with me to produce the best Saints related content on the web helping to take the sight to an entirely new level and introducing it to a completely new fan base.
At minimum you’ll have to produce at least one article a week on topics of your choosing regarding the Saints. I will not stifle you in any way creatively nor will I try and change your unique writing style.
One article is the requirement but as many as you want to post is fine with us.
Fansided is quickly becoming the premiere fan driven sports entertainment network on the Internet and WhoDatDish.com the top Saints site around, and you can be a part of it all.
Some of the other benefits, besides covering the world champion Saints, include:
- Partnerships with CBS Sports, Fox Sports, Ballhype, Yardbarker and a plethora of sports sites to help promote you as a writer/podcaster.
- Free Stuff! (Opportunities abound for swag!)
- Massive exposure with WhoDatDish.com apps for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry mobile platforms.
These perks are just the tip of the iceberg and with time, dedication and awesome content we can push WDD into the stratosphere and make it the number one source for Saints news and articles on the net.
Now is the perfect time to join us – are you ready?
If so please email me at email@example.com with a sample writing or just a good explanation of why you think you are right for the spot.
If things pan out I’ll try you out on a trial basis before making it official but if you come in with a proven back ground in writing it is possible you can skip the trial altogether and move right into a full-time contributing writer.
Please serious inquiries only from those serious about writing about the Saints!
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