We’d love to hear from you if you have any feedback on what we’re trying to achieve with the site, or if you fancy writing something for the Rascal.
Hi there, I saw from your last tweet that you are looking for interns. As part of my degree at university, we have to do a minimum of a 40 week work placement in our third year (between July 2012 and September 2013), so I was just wondering what role an intern would have within your company? Many thanks, Sam Taylor
Great site, sat here with your uncle Tim discussing watford and swans progress this season..!
Where do you get your statistics from? I am trying to find a source for Opta stats for my own personal interest, but have no idea where to get them from for free, or relatively little cost. Thanks for any help you could provide with this request!
If your looking for Football Tips (or a way to make money) you could do worse than consider this: http://go.betfan.com/1613/86
My name is Jack Hamshaw, I work for a sports betting site called Wincomparator. Wincomparator.com is an odds comparison website that also includes a number of other services to assist betting. The website includes betting tips, bookmaker guides, live scores, results and much more.
Whilst browsing your site, I was very impressed with the variety and quality of blogs and the information it provides the readers. I am very interested in purchasing a dedicated article about football with links to our website or to just simply place our links on already written articles. For this agreement we are willing to offer €10 per month.
If you’re interested in the above proposal or would simply like to find out more about Wincomparator, don’t hesitate to reply.
Many thanks for your help and I very much look forward to your response.
I really enjoyed reading your website, it makes for a great interactive platform.
As a source of daily football news we know what goes into running a football based website and have plenty of admiration for you and your team.
Like you, we also focus our business on a set demographic, which is why I thought you may be interested in some free content to publish for your readers.
Each month we run a user poll to compare points of view, in our most recent survey we asked fans for their predictions on how things would play out this season.
After collating the data we produced this catchy information graphic, which you can view here:
(Find the embed code at the bottom of the article)
Knowing the type of visitor that comes to your website we thought you might want to increase his time on site and click-through rate by publishing this uniquely fresh information graphic.
We’d love for you to be the first to publish it. It’s free of course, but we would appreciate a mention or a link back to us, the original source, if you can.
I was reading your brilliant article ” Twitter has brought fans closer to football ! Really ? ” . how many footballers do you know of that have left Twitter after being ” Trolled “. I was surprised that Cole didn’t leave after his outburst but very glad he didn’t. Its good to see a player get so much abuse and not be affected !
We’d like to take this moment to draw your attention to our latest football feature, the 2012/13 Arsenal Fan Poll as carried out by our team of writers. It’s now live on our football features page as of this morning.
The feature is split in two – a write-up of the results of the survey, and an inforgraphic detailing the breakdown of voting. Everyone knows an Arsenal fan who is interested in the welfare of his beloved club, so we thought you might want to help this news to circulate by sharing online.
Whether it’s publishing the inforgraphic on your website, or even just tweeting the link to a friend, we’re happy for any mentions along the way.
We asked fans the following:
- Was moving to the Emirates Stadium a positive step? - What is Arsenal’s greatest victory at the Emirates Stadium? - Who has been Arsenal’s best Premiership striker? - Which exit transfer hurt the most? - Who are Arsenal’s fiercest rivals? - What is Arsenal’s top priority during 2012/13? - Are you backing Steve Bould at Arsenal? - Do you want to see Arsene Wenger sacked?
You can find the code for the inforgraphic embedded below along with a link to the feature article live on our website.
Wishing you a joyful Christmas and New Year,
The Sports Bulletin Team
I would love to read a piece on a ‘Who my club needs?’ with all this transfer speculation and moves going on.
Not only that who each club has been linked with. I think that would be a well read article.
Hi Football Rascal
How are you?
Let me introduce myself, my name is Mark and I work as part of the outreach team here at Ladbrokes. Pleased to meet you
Examples of my recent work can be found here…(news.ladbrokes.com/en-gb/author/mark.bowering) Ladbrokes would love to contribute an article to your website. All articles are written in house by our professional sports writers some of whom are ex sports journalists.
The article I would like to write for you would give an opinion on the game and would definitely engage your loyal readers.
If you would be interested in discussing opportunities further, please do not hesitate to contact me on this email or the number below to discuss this further, I would very much like to work with you and your fantastic football blog.
Of course if you have any other ideas regarding football posts, then please do not hesitate to pitch them to me.
If you would rather write a sponsored article on behalf of Ladbrokes on topics to do with the Champions League, that would also be an option. (maybe a preview of the second leg for barca and your views on how to save some embarrassment from the first leg.
I look forward to hearing back from you soon. Enjoy the rest of your day.
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