Cricrew offers cricket lovers an opportunity to utilize and polish their skills. You are absolutely at the right place if you want to expose your hidden writing and journaling skills.
We are always looking for enthusiastic writers who can engage the audience worldwide with their well-researched articles on several topics.
What do we publish?
Cricrew covers pre and post-match analysis, previews, and reports. We mainly focus on hot and trending news-based pieces and controversies. Our next areas of concentration are press releases, featured topics, statistical topics, predictions, and a lot more.
Want to become a writer?
Are you writing for the first time? No worries! We have got some guidelines for you to make your first piece fantastic. Let your writing skills bloom with us.
Once you start writing, you should have the following things in your mind:
- should be free of grammatical errors
- should be well-structured
- should be well-written
- should not look like a school essay
- should not be less than 700 words
- should not be copied or rephrased from google tools
- should portray professionalism
- should be free from bias
- should exclude direct opinion (such as I will suggest, I believe etc.)
Let’s explore more; Content writing guidelines:
- If you are writing a news-based piece, your content should range from 350 to 500 words.
- If your consideration is a piece other than news, let it surpass 500 words.
- Try to focus on the most important parts and cut the rest of the content if it exceeds the word limit.
- Do not include quotations before two paragraphs.
- Always mention the source of quotations/citations.
- Your introductory paragraph should tell the reader about major chunks of the context—elaborate these chunks in body paragraphs.
- The length of each paragraph should be even and should not exceed 4-5 lines.
- If the context is somehow the same as the previous article, do not copy or repeat, but try with different words. It is called paraphrasing your own work.
- Use subheadings
- If you are writing an opinion-based piece, do not be biased and prove your point with facts and figures.
- In the end, re-check your article to know areas of improvement.
Eager to publish your work on the internet?
Write a mail to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is what your mail should look like:
Subject: Write for Cricrew
Body: Here is my piece for Cricrew
Attachment: Google docs link of your article with permission allowed.
Conclude your email with: Full name, country, and city, and contact
Get your piece to publish now; let the world read!