Our lively blog and website needs your contributions. We already have a community of six regular bloggers as well as several guest contributors. But now we are looking for more, fresh up and coming writers to join us.

But don’t let the word ‘writer’ put you off! You do not need to be a writer by profession in order to blog for us. You just need to be able to express yourself clearly and concisely and write posts of between 300-500 words.

The topics we write about are diverse. We have two main strands to our blog – marketing and …not marketing! But within those, we can pretty much write about everything.

So, yes, we want to have witty and insightful pieces about marketing and all the news that there is about it, plus of course, your considered opinions on them. But we also would like to read some blogs from a more personal perspective, about the human side of marketing and the people who actually work in it.

If you have a blog post that you would like to submit, we would love to read it. It should be written in a doc format and can be emailed straight to our editor Emma Bradbury. Unfortunately, we cannot pay anyone for their contributions, but we will of course feature your name and the organisation you work for.

VOLUNTEER WITH US AS AN INTERN

If you are aged 18-25 and have always wanted work in the media or advertising, we want to hear from you.

Because it is not only blogs that need writing around here. We also are looking for enthusiastic and bright young people to help maintain, design and write for our website.

This will include reporting on news stories and writing up events that happen in the world of marketing and advertising. It may also mean conducting interviews with prominent people and entrepreneurs.

If you like working as a member of a team, don’t mind turning your hand to anything and are available for at least one month, we would like to hear from you.

We are inviting applications from both students, recent graduates or just anyone with a passion for advertising and creativity, who wants to work in the media.

Budding web designers, social media whizz kids and graphics experts are also much sought after. But anyone with a good command of the English language and ability to write sparkling copy is definitely preferred.

We look forward to hearing from you.