Best For Film Debuts Unique Contributor Rewards

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UK Film site Best For Film launches radical contributor model; world’s first film site to recruit and reward so freely.

For the last four years, Shoreditch-based film site Best For Film has been steadily making a name for itself as the spiritual home of writers who were at the front of the queue when wit, opinions and a genial disregard for the Hollywood status who were handed out. And this summer, Best For Film is making its offering even more special with a unique new contributor model designed to fast-track brilliant new critics into the journalistic stratosphere.

Best For Film, which since 2012 has been working with game-changing rewards scheme epoints, has unveiled a new system for recruiting and promoting writers which is like nothing hitherto seen in the industry. Would-be writers can register as BFF Contributors and begin writing with no interference whatsoever, publishing their thoughts on as many films as they wish and receiving an epoints dividend pegged to the amount of traffic their individual articles receive. Those who excel in terms of quality and exposure stand to be promoted to Pro Contributors, whose articles receive top-level placement onsite and substantial social media promotion through Best For Film’s own thriving presence on Facebook, Twitter &c. This promotion will massively boost the writers’ own earning power as well as their visibility onsite and across influential news aggregators.

But what can be done with these rewards? The answer is almost anything. The epoints shop on Best For Film currently features a variety of redemption items from computer games to gift vouchers via homewares and electronics, and in a few short weeks is set to expand to a list of more than one million products - the biggest selection of its kind in the world. Users who wish to boost their earnings can rake in free points for onsite engagement, including commenting on posts and watching trailers as well as getting involved with Best For Film on Facebook and Twitter - or, of course, by purchasing items from the well-stocked Best For Film Shop, which covers a whole lot more than movies.

If you’re into movies and think your voice should be heard (let’s face it, everyone thinks their voice should be heard), then there’s no better place to be than Best For Film - where your opinions are rewarded.

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