Are you passionate about the San Diego Chargers? Do you think you've got a solid understanding of pro football and what it takes to win in the NFL? Are you a draftnik who loves scouting college prospects on Saturdays? Do you break down rosters and try to come up with interesting trade scenarios? Are you consistently accurate with your offseason predictions? Do you like blogging, reading sports websites, posting to forums & social networks, and engaging with other Chargers fans? If you answered "Yes!" to most of these questions, you would probably be a great fit as a BOLTHYPE blogger! Read on to find out some of the benefits for joining the most respected San Diego Chargers blog on the Internet.
THE BENEFITS OF BEING A BOLTHYPE BLOGGER
+ Have your articles read by thousands of visitors each and every month; build up a reputation for your takes, and interact with other passionate Chargers fans.
+ Gain access to players, coaches, and front office people for interviews. Get credentialed to attend practices during minicamp and training camp.
+ Get paid for being a consistent blogger and making solid contributions to BOLTHYPE.
DROP US A LINE AND LET US KNOW YOU WANT TO JOIN THE TEAM
BOLTHYPE is extremely selective in making additions to our team. We maintain high writing standards and take pride in the quality work we consistently do. BOLTHYPE has been approached by just about every blog network out there, but we are choosing to stay the course as an independent source for quality analysis and opinion.
Submitting writing samples is part of the application process, so make sure to send us examples of your work either from your personal blog, forum posts you are particularly proud of, articles you've had published, or any multimedia content (videos, podcasts, etc) you've helped create.
Send an email to rob[at]bolthype.com and let us know that you want to join the team... we look forward to hearing from you!
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