Image Source: astronomy.fm Can you talk until the cows come home about iPhone apps? Or about your wish list for iOS 6 or the next-gen iPhone? Or Mountain Lion and OS X in general? Or perhaps about all of these topics and more Apple related ones as well? If your answer is yes to any […]
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Help Wanted: Looking for iSource Writers

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Image Source: astronomy.fm

Can you talk until the cows come home about iPhone apps? Or about your wish list for iOS 6 or the next-gen iPhone? Or Mountain Lion and OS X in general? Or perhaps about all of these topics and more Apple related ones as well?

If your answer is yes to any of those questions and you also would enjoy sharing some of your thoughts in writing with the lovely iSource readers, then we’d like to hear from you. Which is to say, we’re looking for a couple of new writers here at iSource.

We ‘d love to find a couple of new contributors to iSource who:

– Are passionate and knowledgeable about iOS devices, apps and accessories; Mac and Mac apps, and all things Apple. Or subject matter experts who are passionate about just one of these areas.

– Would like to share their knowledge with our readers – in particular with good tips and tricks and review posts.

– Are able to write for us on a regular basis – contributing at least an article or two per week.

– Write well.  You don ‘t need to be Pulitzer prize winners, but we ‘re really not looking for YouTube / IM style writing either.  We don ‘t have enough editors to spend time correcting basic grammar and spelling, so writing needs to be fairly polished.

That ‘s what we ‘re after in a nutshell.  Writers here are not paid.  The reward  is that you‘ll get to write about subjects you enjoy and share your knowledge and thoughts with our great readership of Apple fans.

If you think you might be a good fit, please give us a shout at press AT isource.com.  Tell us a little about yourself, why you think you ‘re well-suited for this, what level of knowledge you‘ve got, which devices you own – and don’t forget to show us some of your sharp writing skills.

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