Photo by Mystery Writers by Nana B Agyei on Flickr, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic.

“Mystery Writers” by Nana B Agyei on Flickr, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic.

Are you a writer, artist, crafter or other creator looking to promote your own work?

Are you an avid genre fan who enjoys writing reviews, lists and articles about your favorite books, movies, tv shows or musical artists?

Are you a content creator with an interest in genre topics and pop culture?

If so, please consider joining the blogging team here at Spacial Anomaly!

We are currently interested in recruiting new writers interested in submitting content for the site, and have a lot to offer you in exchange for your content shared here. Read on to learn more…

Why should I join?

As a contributor to Spacial Anomaly, you will have the opportunity to potentially earn revenue and exposure for yourself in a number of ways:

  1. Affiliate product links. You are allowed to include links to whatever affiliate sales programs you may belong to, provided your individual submissions meets our content requirement guidelines. Best of all, you keep 100% of all sales commissions you may generate via your links here! There is no revenue sharing of affiliate commissions
  2. Promote your work. We encourage you to use this site to promote your creative works elsewhere, such as books or novels you’ve written, crafts for sale on Etsy or on your own site, artwork for sale (or as an artist looking for commissions). Just be creative and not spammy – we aren’t here just for you to link drop and spam, but to hopefully bring exposure to creative and exciting individuals.
  3. Shared adsense revenue. We are currently beta-testing a plugin which allows for the revenue sharing of the in-post adsense ad on each blog entry (the banner ad at the top of each post). If you have your own Adsense Publisher ID, you can input it on your author’s profile and 50% of ad impressions on your posts – for that ad space – will be linked to your ID vs. the admin’s account. Please note this sharing does not apply to ads placed elsewhere on the website, including the right sidebar and footer. Our goal is to offer ad revenue sharing in a way that rewards contributors for their words and writing in a fair manner, so we are still working on tweaking this aspect of the site.

What are the requirements for writers?

It is not necessary that you be a working professional in any particular field to be a writer here. However, we are looking for people who have something unique to offer and are passionate about the subjects we want to cover.

You should hopefully have some experience working with the basics of WordPress formatting and editing – or at least be willing to learn about it through the many tutorials out there today.

There is no required frequency for posting, so you can submit an article daily, weekly, monthly…or just whenever inspiration may strike! Posts should be a minimum of 400 words and again, meet the requirements outlined in our content guidelines.

Who owns my content after posting here?

You retain all copyright for the content in their posts submitted to Spacial Anomaly. You are free to edit or even delete it at all at any time. Note that we only ask that content posted here not be duplicated elsewhere, until or unless it has first been deleted and de-indexed from Google first.

That also means that you retain all legal responsibility for your content as well. You also are responsible for maintaining backup copies of your work.

OK, I’m sold. How do I apply to join?

Simply fill out the new contributor application form. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

I have more questions before applying.

Then feel free to leave a comment below!

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