Geek Native is looking for one brave and trusted soul to join the blog as a RPG reviewer.
To maintain this role you will be required to review a minimum of two RPG titles a month. This challenge will be made easier through the blog’s collaboration with DriveThruRPG and you will receive no shortage of review tokens for downloads.
What’s in it for you?
This is not a paying role. At the very least you will accrue status. Geek Native currently has some 25 thousand followers on Google+ and the theme supports Google’s authorship markup. This means your posts can be credited to you as a writer and you can carry that status to other sites. In addition as a Geek Native reviewer you will be able to solicit for review copies of games; RPGs, board games, computer games as suits your tastes.
This role is not restricted to RPG reviews; the 2 a month total is merely the maintenance requirement. You will be able to write and share other appropriate blog posts. It is also entirely possible that you will be able to attend conventions and expos as Geek Native’s local reporter.
Geek Native enjoys between 1,300 and 2,000 unique visitors on most days, has 25K or so Google+ followers, 5K or so Pinterest followers and 2K followers in Facebook and Twitter each. The blog also has 5K followers in the computer games social network Pixwoo. The blog may not be giant but it is high profile and growth is only limited by our collective ability to write and connect.
At the very least you will accrus status. Hopefully Geek Native can serve as a platform to make you well known among the community.
What does the ideal candidate look like?
Experience in WordPress and RPG reviews would be useful but not required. Experience with the foibles of Wootheme’s Canvas theme, especially with image handling, would be most useful.
What is required is a strong sense of ethics and reliability. A Geek Native reviewer must never post content in exchange for cash or favours. All reviews made possible via a review copy or loan must be disclosed as such.
You will not be required to manage any of Geek Native’s social media accounts. You can focus on the writing.
Are you interested?
If you are interested and have further questions please get in touch at webmaster (at) geek native (dot) com. I’d be very happy to answer any questions.
Image credit: Julie Dillon at Deviant Art.