Want to join the madness? Want to write crazy horseshit on the world’s leading Fully ‘Avin It website? Here’s what you do….
Create an application with the following content, and send it to email@example.com.
- Name: John Ladson
- Location: Los Angeles, CA
- Forté: Gaming and Sports
[Give us a couple of paragraphs about who you are and what experience you have with writing and the subject matter you wish to write about]
[Here you’ll need to submit an ‘audition’ article. Minimum is 500 words, and you need to write something you think would belong on Fully ‘Avin It. You’ll need to tell us the category you’d put it in (see the site’s list of categories), and you need to make sure it’s original content that you haven’t published elsewhere. This is because if you do write something we think is great, we’d love it to be your very first article.]
That’s it! Now, for the small print:
1. You must be 18 or over to apply. We don’t care how old you are above that.
2. Fully ‘Avin It reserves the right to publish all or part of your audition.
3. As a successful applicant, you will have all content published in your name, with full credit to you.
4. Successful applicants must not publish work submitted to Fully ‘Avin It on other sites or publications for a period of 3 months after publication on Fully ‘Avin It (this protects us against incorrect accusations of plagiarism)
5. Successful applicants must have a Facebook account (this is because our writing staff co-ordinates effort using a private Facebook Group)
6. Any video-games, books, or movies you are sent to review will be yours to keep. That’s the nice bit.
If you’re still confused or uncertain, here are some tips for a good application email:
- Make us laugh
- Make sure it’s original content – that’s the number one rule of Fully ‘Avin It
- We love people who can write about many topics – we don’t just want poeple who review games. We’ll love you if you can write awesome shit about Sports, Comics, etc
- Write well. We’re not so pretentious that we demand Journalistic qualifications, however it is strongly advised that you can write effectively. If we’re scared we’ll end up spending hours re-editing your work, it’s not going to be of value to us. If you’d like more information on how to write well, here’s a great place to start.