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The Sports Gab Network is looking to expand its coverage on a variety of topics, and we’re currently looking for individuals who are knowledgeable in a particular area and are interested in sharing their opinions with our audience. These individuals will start as non-paid resources but as opportunities present themselves, we believe that there will be plenty of opportunity for compensation.
As millions of job seekers will confirm, gaining experience to add to a resume is often worth its weight in gold. For anyone interested in getting paid to work in the media, this presents a great opportunity to prove ones worth.
Any interested individuals should contact us and indicate what team(s) they’re interested in writing about, as well as providing a few sentences to describe their background, including (but not limited to) the following:
- What part of the world they live in (closest city)
- What level of education they have (no discrimination here, just curious)
- Their favorite teams, athletes, etc.
- A brief explanation (not a sample) of your writing experience – Wwhether you’ve written for other websites / publications, school essays / research papers, debate team, creative writing venues. Anything where you take research or opinion or creativity and put it into a readable format
- Availability – Can you write an article once a week / day / month? Are you interested in weekly “round-ups”? Are you open to our staff sending you article requests, or do you prefer to write articles solely when you come up with the topic on your own?
Thank you for your interest!
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