As you can probably tell from the title, Pinky’s Palace is now accepting bloggers, editors, and other positions. If you or anyone you know is interested, feel free to read the rest of the article!
Here’s a list of the positions and their descriptions:
Because this is a blog, we will need bloggers. As a blogger for this website, you can choose to submit as many articles as you wish. There is no minimum nor maximum to how many you can submit. However, bloggers must submit at least one article every six months. Until the site receives more editors, each blogger will be responsible for writing and editing their own article, as well as finding pictures for the article. This blog is about multiple topics, so bloggers do not have to just write about one topic.
Topics That Will Be Acceptable
If your topic is not on the list above, you can still write about it. Just be sure to submit your article as a draft first, and we’ll have someone look over it.
Also, plagiarism will NOT be tolerated.
Editors will be responsible for editing a blogger’s draft. This includes checking for grammatical errors, adjusting tags and categories, and checking the format of an article.
A squire’s main job is to assist the knights with finding images, gifs, or videos for their posts. If you are an artist, and you’d like to have your art featured on posts, this is the position for you! When pictures are found, they can be submitted to our media gallery.
Not enough free time on your hands? Become a part-timer! Part-timers can participate in any position and do not have a time limit on anything.
Anyone who has a position at the site will receive or choose a nickname and an animated profile icon, which will be posted in the Staff Gallery.
They will also receive a profile page dedicated to them. This will be posted in the Personal Pages tab and is free for the selected person to edit at any time.
How To Apply For A Position
Applying for any position here is as easy as pie! All you have to do is email me and let me know which position you’re interested in. From there, I might ask you a question or two about what you think you can contribute here. You don’t have to write an essay or give examples of your writing, but if you’d like to, it is most certainly welcome.
The best way to reach me is to email me or privately contact me on Twitter. If you have any questions about anything, feel free to leave a comment below!