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Fanshots and Fanposts: You Can Write for Us!

Did you know you can write a post on The Blue Testament anytime you want?

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Is there a writer in this group?
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Have you ever felt compelled to write about Sporting Kansas City, Sporting KC II or Kansas City Comets but had no where to post it? Or maybe you want to write about some other soccer (football) related topic. Do you have an idea that we simply haven’t covered? Well I have great news for you.

Every single SB Nation blog have something called fanposts and you can write one. The cool thing is if you write a fanpost then it will give you a chance to hone your writing skills and it may even get you noticed enough to become a regular contributor to this or other sites. We are always looking for new writers and there is no better way to get noticed than to do a fanpost that is well written.

Heck, if we really like it we’ll be glad to feature it on the homepage and tweet it out for you.

Before you dive in, there is a really good help guide you should check out. You may not need it, but it probably has every answer you might need if you get stuck.

FANPOSTS

These are articles that you write, as described above. If you want to write one for TBT, click here. Also the link is at the top of every single page.

FANSHOTS

Feeling a bit lazy (because I get that)? Don’t have the time it takes to verify facts or proofread your work (who does really)? Well Fanshots can fill that gap. A Fanshot can be basically anything. A video, tweet or basically any other type of media. Anything related to Kansas City soccer or just soccer in general is welcome. Click here to write a fanshot or click the link at the top of all the pages on the site.

What are you waiting for? Get started!

NOTE: The TBT staff reserves the right to delete any content that we deem inappropriate or offensive.


This story was updated to remove references to FC Kansas City and the Swope Park Rangers since the former team ‘ceased to exist’ but is really the Utah Royals and the latter are now SKC II.