Want to write for the BJ & Bucher NBA Blog? Here’s what we’re looking for.
If you are reading this, we assume it is because you have a serious interest in writing about the game of basketball. Great to hear! Listed below are the opportunities we currently have available. Note: the following openings are for “blog contributors,” which are currently unpaid.
What do blog contributors do?
As a blog contributor at BJandBucher.com you would write at least two articles per week on topics of your choosing that are related to basketball. Contributors will also be asked to help with social media promotion of their articles and the latest episodes of the BJ & Bucher podcast.
Why should I write for BJandBucher.com?
If you love sports and enjoy writing, BJandBucher.com provides one of the best platforms to engage with the basketball community and share the subjects that matter most to you. Founded on the strength and credibility of two of basketball’s most recognized figures – BJ Armstrong and Ric Bucher – your work will be viewed by fans and others in the basketball community as both credible and relevant.
Besides exposure for your work, you will also be able to use your experience with BJandBucher.com to boost your profile in the sports media space – which is especially helpful if you’re looking to start a writing career. Even if you are just a serious sports fan looking to spark conversation, what better place to start than BJandBucher.com?
Will I be a paid?
At the moment, none of our contributor positions are paid. Some contributors could become paid writers in the future, as that option becomes available.
I have no experience, does that matter?
While we prefer contributors who possess some prior experience writing sports related articles, it is not mandatory. If you believe you are a good writer who has something important to say about the game of basketball, then we would like to hear from you. Feel free to send your resume and 2 completed story pitches to email@example.com. IMPORTANT: Be sure to use the subject line, “Blog Contributor” and include your Twitter @name handle.