Do you have a passion for writing? Do you love sharing your opinion on the latest album or video game? Or maybe you’re a film blogger and want some extra exposure; whatever the reason we’re always interested in new writers joining our enthusiastic team.
—What Are We Looking For?—
People as passionate about media as we are! At TheReviewGeek we have a real love for all things media-related. If you share this enthusiasm and want to get your voice heard, now’s your chance. We do have specific rules around what we do and don’t accept but as a general rule of thumb, anything that’s offensive, political or prejudiced will not be accepted.
If you commit to writing about TV and start writing episode recaps, we generally would expect a follow-up full season piece to contribute to that, given this is our USP. This includes more analytical insight and spoiler-free thoughts, which we’re happy to help guide you through if need be.
It may seem like more work but it’s also really rewarding for our visitors to get a fair and impartial assessment of a whole show.
—What Do I Get In Return?—
TheReviewGeek is a fast moving, agile company that’s grown from humble beginnings back in 2017 to a busy, global site, with anywhere from 500,000 to 1 million page views a month. If you have your own blog, every single post you contribute to the site will have a dedicated hyperlink back to yours at the end of the review, along with a back-link that will help your site ranking and SEO. We’ll also post on social media from time to time encouraging our visitors to check out your blog/site.
If you’re a video-game blogger, you also get the added benefit of being featured on OpenCritic as a reviewer for us; the Rotten Tomatoes equivalent for video games. It’s a great way to get your name recognized by some of the top names in the industry.
We also receive a whole slew of records, indie films, upcoming streaming releases and other content early, meaning you’ll be among the first to experience these before the general public.
At this time, please do be aware there are no paid positions available. If you’re still interested though, do feel free to email us some examples of your work in the past – this could be published or drafted reviews – along with a short write-up around why you think you’d be a good fit for our site. Our email address is [email protected] and we look forward to hearing from you!