Dec. 18, 2011; Glendale, AZ, USA; Detailed view of a Cleveland Browns helmet in the hand of a player on the sidelines against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Browns 20-17 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Dawg Pound Daily in Search of Additional Writers


Dawg Pound Daily is continuing to look for additional writers.  I am hoping to find people that bring a unique perspective to discussing and analyzing the Browns.  Outside of being able to write and communicate thoughts and ideas effectively, the options on how to do it are not really limited.  If interested, please email me at [email protected] and present your idea on what you would like to bring to the site.  There is no specific area that I am looking to bring in to be covered, so I am willing to listen to ideas, but more than anything, I am just looking for people who are passionate and active in what they write and how often they want to do it.

The goal is to expand how much content that can be provided to the readers of Dawg Pound Daily and give more reasons for them to read and interact with what is done here.  The most recent addition, Rob Fisher, has been great so far and I am excited to see what else he does as he continues to write for the site, so the hope is to continue to add more people who can bring in quality analysis/opinions like he has.  The feeling is there is a good product here in terms of content; the goal is just to provide more of it.

Writing samples are not required, but they do help, especially if there is an idea you want to communicate and demonstrate.  Bringing something to the table that could conceivably be your first article is certainly something I would encourage as it shows what a person can do and how they write.  Again, please email me or get a hold of me on twitter.  I really want to be able to make this site a must read place for Browns fans and our articles have been linked by Bleacherreport, Cleveland.com, WaitingForNextYear.com and even espn.com among others, which is extremely gratifying and their support is hugely appreciated.  This site can give someone a great deal of exposure if they want to get into this as a career or even if they just like the team and want to have a forum to discuss them.

 

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