Whether it concerns the website, the articles, or anything else, there’s a good chance that the answer is here!
WHO CAN WRITE FOR THE UNICORN?
Anyone! Just check if you fit in what’s required by looking at the Write for The Unicorn page, and give it a go if you feel it!
WHAT KIND OF PICS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
There are so many topics coming up that apply to a range of different polers – beginners, intermediate, advanced, professional! You don’t need to be the strongest or most popular poler out there, but I do ask that the photos be of the best quality possible (meaning, keep the backgrounds uncluttered and where possible, use good lighting). It doesn’t have to be a professional photo but something that is really sharp and in focus helps a lot.
An example of pics that suit the blog posts can be found here.
WILL I GET A CREDIT / LINK BACK TO MY SITE?
Yes, if your content is selected I will definitely tag you in The Unicorn’s FB and insta post. If you want a photo credit to the photographer and/or a link back to your site just let me know and this will be captioned under the photo! I take pride at always giving credit where it’s due!
CAN I SEND MORE THAN ONE PIC/IDEA?
Absolutely! If you want to be in more than one blog post that is not a problem! I just ask that if you are offering to be in our blog post, then a link back to this blog’s article once it’s published will be really appreciated!
WILL I GET PAID?
No, the Unicorn is non profit for now and only feeds on glitter and fun!
WHERE DO I SUBMIT CONTENT?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO HEAR BACK?
I’ll do my best to reply in a 72h timeframe! After that delay, don’t hesitate to poke me via The Unicorn’s Facebook page to make sure I received what you sent!
WHAT ABOUT COPYRIGHT?
Please note – ONLY send photos and content to us that you are happy to be shared. Once submitted, I will assume your photo is OK to use!
Also, the photos you submit must be yours or you must have permission to use them freely (some photographs have particular clauses so make sure I can actually use the picture on The Unicorn!)