We’re looking to grow The Leafs Nation crew! Get the details here
By Jon Steitzer1 year ago
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a lot of growth at TLN and when your site is growing you generally want it to keep growing. We want to provide our readers with more articles and potentially some videos and podcasts to go along with that. In general, we need more content and as a result, we need more excited content producers to come on board to get oodles of eyes on their hard work. It’s on that note that I’m excited to say that TLN is looking for multiple new contributors this season.
When it comes to content producers we are primarily looking for writers and especially ones that can help us offer fresh and unique perspectives on the Leafs and the NHL at large. We want TLN to be a go-to place for all areas of the game that are important to cover, be it the culture of hockey, analysis of how the Leafs play, or an enthusiastic dive into the numbers that provide the best evidence of how a team is truly doing.
Our ideal content creator candidate would have previous sports writing experience and is excited about the TLN platform. We have a captive audience demanding the best Leafs coverage and hope that you can help us provide it.
If you best communicate through video or are passionate about podcasting we want to hear from you as well. We are excited to grow our audience beyond the written word as much as possible.
In addition to our need for content creators, we are looking for someone to take the helm of our social media accounts. Ideally someone with a social media background who is excited to take on some additional work because they have “the passion” for the Leafs. A big focus here will be on live tweeting games as well as providing content for our Instagram account.
Anyone with interest in joining the site is encouraged to contact The Nation Network Editor-in-Chief, David Quadrelli (firstname.lastname@example.org) or myself, Jon Steitzer (email@example.com) with a resume, cover letter, and two samples of your work.
Thanks and looking forward to working with some of you and providing the best Leafs content for all of you.
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