Mii-gamer Is Looking for Writers

By Michael On 18 Jul, 2014 At 11:42 AM | Categorized As Blog | With 0 Comment

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Mii-gamer.com is currently looking for contributors. If you have a creative mind, enjoy writing and love Nintendo then becoming a writer at mii-gamer.com might be a good opportunity to hone your skills, and let your voice be heard in the form of words.

Mii-gamer is looking to expand its content base, however, to do so, we need a few more helping hands around the place. We are currently looking for a few dedicated writers that can fulfill a number of roles:

News Reporter

  • Find and write Nintendo related news for the front page of the website.
  • Proper grammar and a strong grasp of the English language.
  • Strong Attention to detail.
  • News reporters should be able to post on a frequent and timely manner.
  • New Stories should be at least 200 -300 words.
  • Adhere to professional standards i.e correct citation and sourcing.

Game Reviewer

  • Proper grammar and a strong grasp of the English language.
  • Highly developed critical analysis skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Post on a frequent manner.
  • Liaise with Publishers and Developers for early access to games for Reviews.
  • Should own Nintendo Systems.

Editorial/Opinion Piece/Columnist Writer

  • Proper grammar and a strong grasp of the English language.
  • Can write Top 5/Top 10 Nintendo related articles (eg. Top 5 Zelda games).
  • Can write strong editorials, backed up with solid arguments.
  • Post on a frequent manner.

Video Content Creator

I am terribly camera shy – so talking in front of a camera is an awkward experience. However, Mii-gamer needs a YouTube presence! We are looking for someone who can create good quality YouTube Content for Mii-gamer. The YouTube channel is your own – so you can monetize and partnership with a network of your choosing. In return, I can help you market your content at N4g, and other Social News site. Furthermore, I can provide you with a FREE Roxio Game Capture HD Pro (I’ve only used it once or twice) to help you get started.

The Role of Video Content creators

  • Weekly news recap of stories reported at Mii-gamer.
  • Video Discussions about Nintendo related topics.
  • Promote Mii-gamer through their videos (A quick shout out – ” Go Check out Mii-gamer.com”)
  • You can create other content that you wish, in tandem with the above.

Search Engine Optimization/ Backlink Advisor/Web Developer

I am not a professional on Search Engine Optimization, in fact, my knowledge is fairly basic. So I desperately need  individuals who can optimize the site, the site content, and create/manage quality backlinks to Mii-gamer.

Why Join Mii-gamer?

If you are looking to break into the video game industry, and need the experience for your resume, then Miigamer is the place to start. I am not one to ask others to give, without giving back. Those who demonstrate strong commitment to Mii-gamer – I will attempt to get you a press codes for upcoming Indie games for you to play and review. In addition, Reviewers will be granted the opportunity to liaise with Nintendo and other major publisher  to get access to review copies (I cannot do that for you since I am only limited to subsidiary of my region).

Unfortunately, these positions are entirely volunteer (I cannot afford to pay staff yet), however, in the future when the site continues to grow – I will no doubt return the favor with more incentives.

Mii-gamer is looking for passionate and committed individuals. Please, only submit an application if you are committed to work for the site, and are able to dedicate a portion of your time to provide excellent content for our readers.

For those interested please send me an email with your Full Name, the position you would like to fill and why you would like to contribute to Miigamer.

Please contact me at: mike@mii-gamer.com

Best Regards,

Michael


 

About - Michael is the proud owner and Editor-in-Chief of Mii-gamer.com! He has a Bachelors Degree with First Class Honors ( try to guess his Degree), and has been writing about video games for many years. His favorite Nintendo franchises include the Legend of Zelda, Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon. When Michael is not playing video games – he is usually outdoors riding kangaroo’s, playing cricket or sleeping (or doing all three at the same time).