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Bowhunting.com Contributor Program

There are a lot of reasons why you should write for Bowhunting.com, but here are our top 5.

1. Showcase Your Knowledge: Everyone who visits Bowhunting.com does so for the same reasons you do….they love bowhunting. What better place to voice your opinion on a hot topic or help others learn from your mistakes? Maybe you’re an expert in the sport or just a regular guy (or gal) that has a lot to say about what’s going on in the industry. Either way, we want to hear from you and so will our large audience!

2. Choose The Terms: You can decide what you want to write about, how you will write it and when you’ll write it. You’re calling the shots. Bowhunting.com simply provides the platform for your writing. Think of all the attention it will get.

3. Reach Fellow Bowhunters: Our ever growing community is the perfect place to come in contact with readers who will appreciate what you have to say. No one is an expert, but we can all learn from each other. That is why so many readers visit our site….knowledge.

4.Learn From Our Staff: If you want to know what we are looking for, just visit the website and explore recently published articles. This will not only provide knowledge on the subject of bowhunting, it will also give you an idea about you might want to write about. It is the perfect place to learn ways to make the most of your writing efforts.

5.Start Your Writing Career: Writing for Bowhunting.com could be the starting point to a long career in the outdoor writing business. If we really like your style, there is a good chance you will be used as a regular Bowhunting.com contributor. That means you will get paid to do what you love to do….write!

What We Are Looking For From Potential Writers:

Someone Who Knows The Industry And The Sport: If you simply rely on past hunting experiences then you will probably run out of ideas fairly quickly. It is important to not only be able to recap hunting adventures you should also have a diverse understanding of bowhunting tactics and equipment.

Someone Who Can Really Write: You don’t need to be a great writer but you should be a good one. We routinely look for individuals who know what they want to say and how to communicate it to our readers. In addition, if the vast majority of time is spent editing your submission there is a good chance it will not be used. At the very least a minimum amount of grammatical, spelling and punctuation errors should be present. Do your best to submit your best. Entertain As Well As Educate: It’s one thing to get your point across. But can you do it in a manner that engages our readers and doesn’t bore them? Do your best to connect with and entertain our readers as much as possible; as opposed to simply throwing out information. Good writers can do both.

Say What Hasn’t Been Said: While a lot of bowhunting literature tends to repeat itself, there is always room for new and exciting topics. Do you have any? If so, our readers would love to get your take on a familiar topic. Maybe you have an idea that’s never been used before; perhaps a different way of doing things. In short, tell us something we don’t already know.

Do you want to write for Bowhunting.com?

If so…

To be considered as a contributing writer at Bowhunting.com send your submission idea, along with 2 samples of your previous writing (500 words minimum each) to editor@bowhunting.com.