How do I sign up?
If you're new to WhatCulture, you can apply on this page to be a contributor by entering your email address above.
How much do I get paid?
While certain content may attract alternative rates, our standard "list" format articles are typically £40 per submission
When will I be paid?
Content published in any given month will be paid out at the beginning of the following month. For example, content published in January would be paid in February.
What can I write about?
WhatCulture's a broad church, and we're always open to new ideas. Presently our core audience is focused on Film, TV, Wrestling, Gaming and Comics, but if you've got your own ideas we're always willing to hear them.
How do I create content?
Once you're registered on the site and set up as a contributor you'll be able to access our content creation suite. Once you've submitted your piece, our editorial team will review it for publication. Submissions are not a guarantee of publication.
How frequently can I contribute?
As often as you like, although getting content approved for publication is at the discretion of our editorial team. If you're not deemed to be a good fit for the site, we will review your content creation privileges.
When does my work get published?
Once you've submitted your finished article, it'll be passed onto the appropriate member of the editorial team who'll check that it's inline with our existing style and standard of publishing. Once it's ready, it'll be published at the soonest appropriate opportunity.
My submission was rejected, what gives?
Our editorial team is committed to publishing the best possible content and, occasionally, they'll have to refuse ideas that are too far removed from what they know our audience are interested in or not up to a standard we could consider publishing. If your content is not published within 28 days of submission, it will not be published.
My article has been sent back to me, what does that mean?
Again, our editorial team is committed to publishing the best possible content, and this means that occasionally we'll need to make alterations to bring it in line with our existing style and standards. Sometimes it might even take a few goes, but rest assured all feedback is designed to be constructive.