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They have entire articles based on fan art and make it seem like it’s legit movie news or “what if articles”. Self publish at least 25 Anime posts weekly on behalf of the comics team, edit core comics content, develop content planning and development and send feedback to writers. Image editing, SEO and analytics skills are needed. Seeking a video game feature writer for a freelance, remote position.


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Every article they write is just pathetic. Once again, as with all sites like this that I look at, it is important to keep in mind that your success will largely depend on your own initiative and drive to get published. It can be a very hit-and-miss process to pitch content to websites like Screen Rant, because you are never guaranteed that you will sell anything. I also learned that they not only give you credit as the author, but that they also pay you. They do not specifically tell you how much they pay, so this must depend on the length of the content and on the type of article that you’re writing.

Editors were also always behind on looking over article pitches, causing a three-week backlog. Writers would constantly ask when their pitches would be looked over. It is almost as if Screen Rant is hiring too many writers, and not enough editors to counteract the load. Thus, writers would go after editor-pitched articles, but there would never be enough to sustain the quantity Screen Rant wants of 5 articles per week. It was just a mess of a company, and definitely not worth the time. Pay is also lackluster given the workload and expectations and also waiting a long time for articles to be approved.

Actually this is one of the most inconsistent and illogical movie sites ever been. They have entire articles based on fan art & make it seem like it’s legit movie news or “what if articles”. Numerous headlines that have nothing to do with the subject at hand and articles that constantly contradict previous ones for REAL. Most writers have no idea what they are talking about.

Who the hell writes 4-5 articles in a day? No one, even if the writing is horrible and the article is less than 1000 words. All of a sudden, everyone and their bro friend can write like a madman?

Are you a dynamic writer and frequent TV/Movie binger, who is dedicated to staying up-to-date with the latest movies, shows, news, and rumors? As a freelance feature writer, you will create original, informative, and eye-catching articles that our audience is craving to read. I like going online to keep updated with entertainment news and Screen Rant was one of the websites I checked.

At the beginning stages of the submission process, you can actually send them up to three different ideas for posts. If they are interested in one or more of them, they will contact you… at which point you can begin figuring out the process of getting started with acceptance, payment, and publication. Sometimes, when websites publish a lot of content, the content can tend to suffer a bit from quality control issues… but I will admit that everything I read seemed very well-done. All things considered, this was pretty cool. But I was now ready to see what kind of quality they were posting on their site.

Review, edit, write, and publish reality television articles and features for a website. Work-at-home, freelance, contract position working either full-time or part-time. Must have 3 or more yrs of relevant experience. Freelance, remote opportunity working full-time or part-time hours. Responsibilities include editing & publishing at least 10 gaming articles per day, participating in writer development & management, developing content plans. This is one of the most inconsistent and illogical movie sites ever.