The Daily Heckle Online Magazine Launches Search for Bloggers

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Newcastle-based online magazine The Daily Heckle launched recently, and they're looking for English-speaking bloggers, journalists and amateur writers.

Registered ‘Hecklers’ also have access to an online marketplace for writing jobs called The Heckle Workshop. Payments range from £8 to £30, and are made via Skrill immediately after an editor approves a submission.

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A new online magazine has been launched in the UK which allows bloggers, journalists and writers to write about a range of issues – and get paid for the privilege.

Thedailyheckle.net is an online magazine with a difference, as it gives writers the platform from which to write opinionated, controversial posts on anything from politics to movies.

All writers must register on the site before being granted access to the platform, and acceptance as a paid writer is granted to those who successfully complete a 300-word writing sample. Writers can then ‘pitch’ their ideas to an editor, who will give the go-ahead, ask for modifications or reject the proposal outright.

Registered ‘Hecklers’ also have access to an online marketplace for writing jobs called The Heckle Workshop. Payments range from £8 to £30, and are made via Skrill immediately after an editor approves a submission.

As well as the cash incentive offered by The Daily Heckle, writers are given the chance to link back to their own profiles, portfolios and websites. This gives aspiring writers the chance to build a body of work and get paid.

Malcolm Cox is the man behind The Daily Heckle, and he believes this new platform is giving amateur bloggers a fantastic opportunity.

“Blogging is still in its infancy, and many people want to try it but simply don’t have the confidence. The Daily Heckle is all about giving bloggers support and guidance. We offer help with material, grammar and punctuation, but we let the bloggers take their own path.

“We want bloggers to really express their views and thoughts, no matter how controversial they happen to be. And I believe that this new platform is perfect for doing just that. Because we are all pulling together, sharing each other’s work and promoting The Daily Heckle, we are amplifying our readership – which is perfect for someone with no following, just starting their blogging career.”

The Daily Heckle has been designed to be a community; where readers and writers come together in order to discuss the issues of the day. Writers can also bounce their ideas for articles off other ‘Hecklers’, which is a great way to get the creative juices flowing.

So-called Hecklers must be outspoken, opinionated, sarcastic and funny. The Daily Heckle is an online magazine that seeks to be controversial and thought-provoking - whether the articles are about movies or politics.

The Daily Heckle is accepting writer applications now, and editors aim to approve or reject them within 24 hours. Once approved, writers can log in to the system with a unique username and password, and they can write and submit as many articles as they wish – as long as they have been approved by an editor in advance.

Writers are then encouraged to promote their own work on social media platforms, as the more views their work receives, the more work they will receive from the editorial team.

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since: 06/2014
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