Weekly Writer Opportunity for All About the Jersey

Weekly Writer Opportunity for All About the Jersey

Photo by Andrew MacLean/NHLI via Getty Images Maybe you were there. Maybe you can be here; writing the posts instead of just reading them. As the 2021-22 campaign is set to begin, All About the Jersey has an opening for a weekly writer. Last Wednesday, CJ wrote his final post for the site. It was a mutual termination and we at All About the Jersey wish him the best in his future endeavors. And that he ends up being right about the New Jersey Devils being a far better team in 5-on-5 in 2021-22.

What this means is that now we have an opening on the staff for someone to write weekly for the site. That someone could be you, one of the People Who Matter. As I did with CJ, Alex, and Gerard way back in 2014, I want to elevate one of the readers to this platform. This is a New Jersey Devils blog by New Jersey Devils fans with something to write regularly about the New Jersey Devils, something they are willing to put their name on, and something they want other Devils fans to read. If you want to do that, then this is your time. The Position

The writing position is for a New Jersey Devils to write weekly at All About the Jersey about something related to the New Jersey Devils. There may be other activities within the blog to participate in, but the main task is to write weekly at All About the Jersey. The position will be compensated with a small monthly stipend. The Requirements

#1) Be a New Jersey Devils fan. Again, this is a Devils blog for Devils fans by Devils fans.

#2) Be a registered and non-banned user. If you haven’t registered for AAtJ, then please, sign up as soon as you can. It’s free, it gives you access to join about 300 other blogs on the network, and add to their respective communities. If you’ve been banned, then I don’t think this is going to work out at all. After all, if you can’t follow the rules, I don’t see how you can follow direction on how to make a post or when things need to be up on site.

#3) Write reasoned and write well. You don’t have to be a perfect writer – I’m definitely not – but you will have to take this seriously to a degree. No one comes here to read what standard clichés any mainstream reporter comes out with, or hear from some lame pundit espousing the same narratives over and over. One of the big reasons why AAtJ is as highly regarded as it is because that the posts are written well enough, arguments are backed up with facts ( link to your sources / references), the writing is respectful to the reader (and the player, you notice it’s not just “the defense sucks,” it’ is “the defense sucks because …”), and content is regular. You do not need […]

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