MobileGN Is Looking For Writers/Reviewers/Editors

Recruitment-Firm

Brought to you by the head staff of , we now have our own site: mobilegn.com! We are looking for new writers who are looking to gain journalism experience through a very casual and “down-to-earth”-like experience. We are expanding our horizons, moving into games that are non-indie, but still have a big focus on helping indie developers with press releases.

We are looking for writers for our site, who have an interest in mobile gaming, including PSVita/PSP, 3DS/DSi, iDevices (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch), Blackberry devices, Android devices, smartphones (Windows 7 Phones), etc.

Writers should be:

  • Fluent or a native English speaker
  • Passion for mobile gaming
  • Previous journalism experience (optional)

Current requirements:

  • Able to write  at least 2-3 articles (250 – 500 word article) a week; scheduled vacations are not a problem
  • Able to write at least 1 review a week (500 – 2000 word review), this only applies if you are willing to write reviews
  • Active on Skype, which is our main communication software (available on PC, Mac, iOS, Android, etc.)

Our traffic at IGM Mobile was around the “750 pageviews-per-day” milestone, and we are hoping our traffic at MGN will quickly rise just as fast. If you’re interested in joining, send an email to thomas[at]mobilegn.com and we’ll quickly get you started writing.

If you have any questions or inquiries, don’t hesitate to ask. We accept anyone above the age of 14 (exceptions can be made). Please send any sample work you may have so we can get a good idea of what kind of writer you are.

Have a great day!

Best Regards,

Thomas Wang

MGN Editor-in-Chief

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Thomas is your average geek, finding interest in all sorts of electronic gadgetry and accessories. Not limited to only console and PC gaming, he recently discovered that even mobile devices can be great portable consoles. He currently owns products from Apple, Motorola (Android powered), HP, Toshiba, Amazon, and counting. Thomas Wang, Editor-in-Chief of MobileGN. Email: Twitter:
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