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We’re currently looking to expand our blog writing team.
If you’re interested in volunteering for the blog, fill in the below form to be put in touch with Emily, our Blog Manager.
Unfortunately we cannot afford to pay our blog writers currently. However, being part of a regular publish is a great first step in building a portfolio of work. By far the best step you can take in becoming a writer is regularly writing. We are growing rapidly, from 300 views in October to 1,000 in December. These are growth figures you could be part of.
We require one article to be submitted for editing once a week. This must be fully complete so that the editor just scans the article. Don’t worry, we will send you all the details and a how-to guide so that you shouldn’t have any questions, but if you do, just get in touch. As the team grows the weekly requirements may decline, but regularity is the most important thing right now.