Yes, We’re Looking for Bloggers! is a sportsbetting blog where a diverse group of bloggers write about a wide variety of sports. We’re currently looking for new writers to join us.  If you enjoy writing about sports and would like to get paid for it, and you have a good social media network, please get in touch right away to pitch your first story idea.

We are always looking for new contributors, especially for NFL, NBA and NCAA stories.  Controversy gets attention so controvercial players and hot team rivalries are always good.  If you have an opinion about a player or team that’s in the news, let’s hear it! Many of our writers speculate on the outcome of games coming up over the weekend. Our most popular article ever is a “how to” on sportsbetting so if you have ideas for something that explains how to place a bet or pick a winner we’d be interested in that too.

Articles should be about 300 – 400 words and open with a provocative headline. You don’t have to talk about who you’d bet on, just talk about who you think will win or lose.

Most of our writers publish their own blog and adapt that content for ours. That’s cool as long as it’s sufficiently “unique content” for Google purposes. (We can give you a tool to measure “uniqueness” if you like.)

We pay by the number of views your story gets. Our most successful writers have large personal social media networks where they promote articles on our site as well as their own.

We’ll include your short bio at the end of your articles and will include links to your blog and any social media accounts you wish to include.

We use WordPress for content management. You’ll publish your work in draft form and our Content Coordinator will have a look before putting it online. is published by Lyceum Media, a London, UK PR firm specializing in public relations for online gambling companies.  The blog is sponsored by sportsbetting websites. We promote all articles through social media (Facebook Twitter and Google+) and we advertise extensively on Facebook during peak periods.

If you have any questions, or if you’re ready to get started, please contact:

Thane Colcy, Content Coordinator
bettinginstinct @

(Note that Thane is in Australia and will respond when the sun is up down under.)