ALPHARETTA, Ga., Jan. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- USMilitary.com, a website devoted to helping potential soldiers, sailors, Airmen and Marines learn how to join the military, is looking for a few good men and women.
The website currently has positions open for contributing authors and guest bloggers. Authors should be comfortable writing about matters that relate to one of the branches in the U.S. military, such as military entrance requirements and reasons to join the military.
To apply, guest bloggers should prepare two sample posts. Each should be no longer than 1000 words and the piece should be both informative and interactive.
"If you have experience with the U.S. military, we want to hear from you. Our bloggers are professional writers who have first-hand experience with one of the branches of the military. If you want to share your knowledge about your favorite military branch, we'd love to have you join our team," said Larry Fowler of USMilitary.com (http://www.usmilitary.com/).
USMilitary.com targets young Americans or anyone else interested in joining the U.S. military. The site focuses on helping potential recruits find the right branch, as well as teach them about the different types of military jobs that are available in the Air Force, the Army, the Navy, the Coast Guard and the Marine Corps.
"We receive more than 750,000 impressions a month, so if you're a blogger who wants your voice heard, we can make that happen. Our blogging jobs are paid positions so interested writers can earn money while writing about what they love -- the military and military lifestyle. To learn more, or to apply for our blogging positions, please visit http://www.usmilitary.com/write-for-us/.
About USMilitary.com: USMilitary.com (http://www.usmilitary.com/) is an online resource that's available to help anyone who's searching for a job in the military. The website has an extensive library of information, including information on the Army, the Air Force, the Coast Guard, the Navy and the Marine Corps. To receive a free 2012 to the G.I Bill, or to learn more about the U.S. military, please visit http://www.usmilitary.com/.