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    Jobs at WWEBlog.co.uk

    Love Wrestling? Love Writing?

    If you answered yes to both of the above questions then you could be just the person to write here at WWEBlog.co.uk.

    Looks like you have great timing too, as we are currently looking for 1 or more new members of staff!

    Click here to jump directly to available roles, or read on to find out why you should join our expanding team.

    Why write for us?

    Good question.

    We are barely earning enough to cover our overheads at the minute, so we can’t offer you any monetary incentives to write for us, but what we can offer is experience and exposure.

    Our traffic is increasing literally day on day and peaks significantly around Pay Per View events. Current trends are also showing that although visitors are finding the site initially for articles surrounding the PPV’s, they then go on to search around and view many of the other posts in other categories, with many returning to us numerous times.

    We can also offer you a place to write freely, with very few restrictions, without having to deal with the administration and general day to day running of a site. There are also no obligations to continue to write for us unless you want them (for example a weekly, fortnightly or monthly feature).

    What do we ask of you?

    Mainly, we want your contribution. The more quality writers we get on board, the more quality articles we have posted, the more visitors we get reading them and the more exposure your work gets.

    The one thing we do ask of you is exclusivity. We don’t want to become one of those sites where the articles we have are in half a dozen other places across the internet, effectively minimising the chances people will visit us to see it.

    If you write an article for us, we simply ask that it isn’t replicated anywhere else for the following 12 months, and thereafter it is attributed as appearing first on wweblog.co.uk. This is something we take quite seriously and as such will be checking on a regular basis.

    We also ask that you don’t steal other people’s work. If you are referring to someone else’s work get their permission and reference it properly, we won’t tolerate plagiarism on any level so again this is something we will check rigorously.

    So are you ready to start?

    If you’ve absorbed all that and think you have what it takes to write for us, either check what roles are available below and use the application form OR knock up a bit of copy between 300 and 1000 words OR come up with an idea for a weekly, fortnightly, monthly etc. feature and drop it over to us via our Facebook Page!

    We will try to respond to you as soon as possible.

    Please don’t be offended if we tell you we don’t need anyone at the present time, it probably just means we legitimately don’t need anyone. If for any reason your work isn’t up to standard we’ll try to give creative criticism and help you improve, so please don’t be afraid to send us your stuff because you think we’ll rip it to shreds.

    Remember: everyone has to start somewhere and it is willingness to improve that can sometimes impress more than polished talent.

    Thanks for considering joining our team, we hope to hear from you soon.

    Available Jobs

    WWETalk Reporter

    We are looking for budding journalists to take part in a new site that will become part of the WWEBlog family.

    WWEBlog has recently acquired rights to the WWETalk domain name and we’re currently looking at expanding to create a WWE-News driven website which will cover all the very latest information surrounding the company.

    This will range from news on injuries, hirings and firings to show results, ratings, DVD/Blu-Ray releases and more.

    Depending on how successful the site is there may be the possibility of a profit-sharing scheme for contributors based on advertising revenue.

    Applicants should have:

    - A good work ethic and strong reporting skills.

    - The ability to take information and re-write it so as to make it specific to the WWETalk website.

    - A strong grasp of spelling and grammar.

    - The means to check various news sources on a regular basis and report findings as soon as possible.

    - Basic HTML skills (and we mean VERY basic) would be a plus but not essential.

    To apply for this role please use the form here, completing all relevant sections.

    If you know anyone else that would be suited to the job please use the Share/Save button found at the bottom of the page to let them know!

    Good luck and we hope to hear from you soon!

    NXT Episode Writer

    Due to time constraints and site expansion we are looking for someone to take on the duties of writing the NXT Episode weeklies.

    Applicants should have:

    - Access to the NXT show within a day or so of them being aired in the UK.

    - The ability to consistently hit deadlines (preferably before the following week’s show.)

    -The ability to apply current heading and paragraph styles to their work.

    - A suitable writing style that fits in with the rest of the site.

    - To be able to take constructive criticism from other writers.

    - Basic HTML skills (and we mean VERY basic) would be a plus but not essential.

    To apply for this role please use the form here, completing all relevant sections.

    If you know anyone else that would be suited to the job please use the Share/Save button found at the bottom of the page to let them know!

    Good luck and we hope to hear from you soon!

    The WWEBlog Team


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