BECOME A WRITER
£0.50 PER 1,000 VIEWS
|You do not need to have any relevant experience or hold any particular qualifications, but you do need to:||List-driven articles will get you the most pageviews. Aim to produce content that looks at things in a different light.||You will earn 50p for every 1,000 views your article generates in the month that it goes live.|
|Possess excellent writing skills||Recommended minimum 1500 words||Page views tracked by Google|
|Show a passion for writing||Have your work published||Unlimited earning potential|
|You must be a FM fanatic||Share it on Facebook/Twitter||No minimum or maximum payouts|
|Posses large knowledge of FM and football in general||Write about Tactics, Career Sotries, Wonderkids, Guides, Tutorials and More||Paid out via PayPal|
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
HOW MUCH WILL I GET PAID?
There is no restriction on how much a writer can earn on a published article during the payment period, which is active from the moment of publication through until the 6th day of the month after publication. The terms of payment for every article chosen for publication is 50p for every 1000 views generated within the payment window, with no upper limit on how much an article can make during that period. The most successful articles can achieve over 1 million views in the month (£500).
WHAT TYPE OF ARTICLE GENERATES MOST PAGEVIEWS?
List based articles usually generate the most views, such as; 'Top 10 players..', 'Top 10 challenges...' etc. Articles with headline starting with “How to…”, “Ways to…” “Top 10”, “Most popular” have a higher chance of catching the visitor’s attention. Also, tactic based articles convert in a lot of pageviews, as well as career story articles.
WHO IS ALLOWED TO WRITE FOR FM BLOG?
If you have the passion for Football Manager, knowledge and commitment to write, that's all you need to be considered part of the team. We don't close our doors to anyone with the ability and motivation to succeed at FM Blog.
HOW LONG SHOULD MY ARTICLES BE?
For list-based feature articles, there should be enough text to convince readers of your point, but not so much to be self-indulgent. A typical list-based feature that covers 10 points will run for approximately 1500 to 2500 words.
Interested in joining us? Drop us a message!
Contact us with a brief description of yourself, your skills and your field of interests. Include URLs to some articles or examples that show your skills in your message. Include concrete suggestions for topics and articles you’d be glad to explore and write about.
All of our authors get recognized with an author box at the end of each article, which can include a link to your blog and/or social media profile. We are always glad to make new contacts and explore new possibilities. We would be very happy to welcome you in our FM Blog team!