FanFeeedr Hot Takes Columnist Incentive Program Internship

FanFeeedr Hot Takes Columnist Incentive Program

Practice Squad

  • 30 day trial
  • Writers must cover all games by team in that week (Sun-Sat) which includes Preview and Reviews
  • Writers must write Top Three stories from FanFeedr on off days
  • Writer must submit at least 5 posts per week to qualify
  • Each month writers body of work needs to generate at least 4,000 page views (5 posts per week X 200 views X 4 weeks)
  • If writer meets threshold he/she will be promoted to First String

First String

  • First String writers must cover all games by team in that week (Sun-Sat) which includes Preview and Reviews
  • First String Writers must write Top Three stories from FanFeedr on off days
  • First String Writers may also write on team topics of their choice after approval by Sports Editor
  • Writer must submit at least 8 posts per week to remain a First Stringer
  • Each month writers body of work needs to generate at least 12,800 page views (8 posts per week X  400 views X 4 weeks)

All-Pro

  • All Pro writers must cover all games by team in that week (M-F) which includes Preview and Reviews
  • All Pro Writers must write Top Three stories from FanFeedr on off days
  • All Pro Writers may also write on team topics of their choice after approval by Sports Editor
  • All Pro Writer must submit at least 12 posts per week to remain an All Pro
  • Each month writers body of work needs to generate at least 24,000 page views (12 posts per week X 500 views X 4 weeks)
  • FanFeedr will pay $20/post

Notes

  • You must have a working knowledge of WordPress
  • Be sure to promote your work across social channels, Facebook community pages, Linkedin groups, and bookmarking sites (stumbleupon, dig, ballhyped, reddit, & yardbarker). The bigger the following, the more money you make!

If you are interested in a writing position with FanFeedr Hot Takes, please contact me at joe@fanfeedr.com. Please specify which team(s) you would like to cover.

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Posted on January 30, 2012, in Sports Marketing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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