Do you consider yourself a writer? Do you want to earn as a writer? Can you tell a fitting narrative about specific subjects that are given to you? If so, you can join our team as a writer.
iWatcher is always looking for exceptional writers that have strong insight and talent for telling a story. We want to work with people who can grow with the company.
This means our writers need to be able to adapt fast so that they are always able to follow the constantly changing environment of our magazine.
Navigate to our about page if you want to learn more about our company, culture and values. But if you have a significant grasp of who we are as a company, then read the following guidelines.
Before applying, make sure to read a number of posts on our website. Get used to the narrative and get a solid understanding of our content. Our topics are mostly focused on mobile casino games but there are some exceptions.
The most important thing to remember is that you have to be a flexible writer.
Additionally, it is imperative that you observe the style of our writing. We like to be personal with our readers. This means that our posts should be something that the readers would feel is approachable. Make the tone friendly while still maintaining an accurate depiction of information.
If you understand everything that you have read, then it is time to start with your pitch. Remember to send your pitch to this email account, email@example.com. Ensure that your pitch has perfect grammar and spelling.
Include notions of familiarity with our website. Try to come up with ideas you think fit our tone. Also, include samples of your writing.
Specifically, your pitch should be about 1,000 words. Only include an image if necessary. The most important thing, however, is to make sure that your pitch is credible and reliable.
Finally, develop an eye-catching headline. We receive numerous applications daily so make sure yours stand out.
As a general rule, let us know who you are as a writer. You should also be able to tell us what you are willing to do, technique-wise, in order to be accepted. We do not necessarily look for experienced writers. But we want writers who can grow fast.