Have you always wanted to have an opinion voiced about WWE? Have you ever wanted your work seen by not only thousands of readers, but also by a variety of wrestling talent, including WWE, WCW, ECW Legends, as well as some current WWE Superstars? If so, then here's your chance: we are looking for new writing talent to bring fresh perspective on the action, management, any and all aspects of the WWE Network, and any wrestlers in the industry that might interest you.
Here are our requirements:
Must be sixteen years or older.
Demonstrate knowledge and passion of the WWE and write minimum of two articles per week.
Be able to respond to fans and staff in a timely and professional manner.
Take critique with grace and decorum. (If you get any, it's just to help you be a better writer.)
Lastly, appropriate grammar and spelling, because WWENews does get looked at by the WWE; so represent and show them your chops.
If you are interested, please email me at the following information:
Location in the world
How long have you been a wrestling fan?
What WWE shows you watch? How often?
Do you have the WWE Network?
A sample of your writing work – a couple paragraphs that are wrestling related, not a link to an existing blog.
What social media you subscribe to? (Facebook, Twitter, G+, etc)
WWENews is a team who works together. We discuss, collaborate, and toss around ideas to help each other work through the highs and lows within the industry. While there is no monetary payment, after a short proving period you will receive free Premium service from Wrestling News World for as long as you are part of the site.
And as a final note, even after the show is over, there is still work to be done; our sport doesn't take a holiday and neither do we. No worries, we look out for each other for the betterment of WNW and WWENews, so we'll work with you to make this an experience you won't forget, and a ride you’re sure to enjoy. If interested please contact Kendra Bunyon at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to hear from you!
Queen of WNW