Want to write for OneDirection.net?
If you’re 1D fan, with a talent for writing, and want an opportunity to gain some experience, and get your articles read by thousands of fans?
We won’t be able to pay you initially, but you can gain real world experience in how a modern, internet magazine is run, and showcase your talents to the world. If we like you and you display a natural ability for writing, who knows what could happen in the future.
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and send us a couple of examples of your writing, along with a paragraph or two as to why you want to write for us.
The OneDirection.net team is based right here in the UK, the home of One Direction. We’ve got our own office in Manchester, where we work all day long to bring you the latest 1D news and amazing features. As well as our UK team, we’ve also got several freelancers based across the world, making OneDirection.net a truly global news site.
Chris is our editor, in charge of keeping the site looking awesome and making sure all of our articles are keeping you Directioners right up to date. He made the site back in 2010, after seeing One Direction on the X Factor, and we’re still here bigger than ever a few years later! Away from the site, Chris goes running and plays football, and is also a big internet geek. Although Chris has a cat called Tiddles, he pretty much ignores her to spend time with the clear favourite – Buddy the dog!
Emma is our resident 1D UBER FAN, and spends her days at our HQ producing videos, writing about the band, and generally making sure we’re all up-to-date with everything that’s happening in the 1D world. She’s accompanied by a mini cardboard cut-out of Zayn Malik which sits on her desk and brightens her day.
Jamie is a rare male Directioner, and works alongside Emma to fill the site with some good quality content. Obviously, it’s a tough choice, but if pressed for an answer, his favourite member is Liam.
Interests: Technology, walking George his beloved dog, and stocks & shares. Also a big fan of online gaming, and there’s nothing more he likes than playing a few deathmatches online! Fave games? Half-life & quake, both from yester-year.