Bay Area Sports Writers Wanted!

Golden Gate Sports looking to add 5 staff writers to join our team.

Why write for us? Staff writers have a terrific opportunity to reach a large audience while building and developing their journalism skills under a professional team of editors.

Part of the mission of the FanSided Network is to encourage our community of readers to share their opinions and thoughts on their favorite teams. We strive to provide coverage from the fan’s perspective, a viewpoint that is often missing from traditional sports media. We believe sports coverage should provide much more than the facts and scores, it should give readers thoughtful and in-depth analysis, reasoned insights, entertaining anecdotes, and unique opinions.

The Fansided network is one of the largest independent sports blogging networks on the Internet. Fansided has 200+ sites, 600+ writers, 8,000 articles a month and 3 million unique monthly visitors. Perhaps the greatest benefit of writing for our site is having your work featured on a large platform. Every article you write is also published on (Sports Illustrated) as part of Fansided’s partnership with them. On top of that, you will be joining a community of fellow sports writers who are just as passionate aboutsports as you are. You will be able to work with professional editors to help improve your writing skills and prepare you for a career in journalism.

At Golden Gate Sports, we strive to deliver fresh updates and analysis on all of the Bay Area’s sports teams. However, with so many teams to cover and keep track of, we are looking for some help and in need of more writers.

Teams we cover: Giants, A’s, 49ers, Raiders, Sharks, Warriors, Kings, Earthquakes, Cardinal, Bears, Spartans, Dons, Broncos, Gaels, High School Football and Basketball

If you have an interest in writing about any of the above teams, please contact us for more information.

If you are interested in writing for our blog, please email [email protected]



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