This opportunity gives you a place to contribute to both RuneLocus and the RSPS scene. It’s also a fun way to earn some extra money and showcase your projects to our audience through your biography below each article.
What kind of blogs are we aiming for?
- Extensive interviews with RSPS developers. For example, we’d like to hear what makes their game so appealing, what kinds of issues they occasionally encounter, what their background is, etc.
- Educational articles. For example, advice on digital security in the RSPS scene, a beginner’s guide to creating your own RSPS, marketing tips for RSPS managers, etc.
- Comparisons. For example, both X and Y are PvP servers and have a similar ranking on the RSPS list, but what makes these servers so different?
These are just a couple of examples to give you an idea of the direction we’d like to go. Of course, you can propose your topics. In fact, we will appreciate that very much.
Here is who and what we are looking for:
- Writers for our blog (blog is located on the homepage of RuneLocus)
- Sufficiently involved in RSPS to be able to write articles and interview others.
- Can work independently and bring up own topics.
- Available for at least 1 or 2 articles a month.
- Article length depends on the subject. Preferably 500 words minimum.
What do you get in return?
- $50 – $100 per post (PayPal)
- You can use your biography, which is shown below each article, to tell the audience more about yourself and your projects.
How do I start?
Applications on hold. We’ve received many applications in the past two days.
Contact Iki in the RuneLocus Discord, and send him some information about yourself + the blog ideas you’d like to start working on. If you’ve worked for other blogs, please include a link to an article you’ve recently written.