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BECOME A WRITER

    You do not need to have any relevant experience or hold any particular qualifications, but you do need to:

  • Possess excellent writing skills
  • Have a keen eye for detail
  • Show a passion for writing
  • Stay on top of trends

Write

BE CREATIVE

    List-driven features are our bread and butter. Aim to produce content that looks at things in a different light.

  • Film, TV, Gaming, Sport & More
  • Recommended minimum 1500 words
  • Have your work published
  • Share it on Facebook/Twitter

Earn

£0.40 PER 1,000 VIEWS

    You will earn 40p for every 1,000 views your article generates in the month that it goes live.

  • Page views tracked by Google
  • Unlimited earning potential
  • No minimum or maximum payouts
  • Paid out via PayPal

    FAQs

  • How much will I get paid?

    There is no restriction on how much a writer can earn on a published article during the payment period, which is active from the moment of publication through until the 6th day of the month after publication. The terms of payment for every article chosen for publication is 40p for every 1000 views generated within the payment window, with no upper limit on how much an article can make during that period. The most successful articles can achieve over 1 million views in the month (£400).

  • Can I only write list articles?

    Our readers love lists. WhatCulture.com is known for its informative, humourous or otherwise entertaining list-based features. While you won't necessarily be restricted from writing other types of content (we also love video!), list-based features attract the widest audiences and earn the most money.

  • Who is allowed to write for WhatCulture?

    If you have the passion, knowledge and commitment to write, that's all you need to be considered part of the team. We don't close our doors to anyone with the ability and motivation to succeed at WhatCulture.com.

  • How long should my articles be?

    For list-based feature articles, there should be enough text to convince readers of your point, but not so much to be self-indulgent. A typical list-based feature that covers 10 points will run for approximately 1500 to 2500 words.

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