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Do you want to write for Nothing But Tablets?

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We’re rapidly approaching the 1 year anniversary of our site, and the tablet market has changed quite a bit in that time. In keeping up with everything that’s happening, we’re looking for a new Android-based writer who can help keep the site up to date on the Android front. If you think that’s something for you, read on for details.

First and foremost you have to have an Android tablet, and preferably one that is up there as far as specs go. Your job will be to play with your tablet and write up articles on everything from news to apps and accessories, tutorials, and pretty much whatever you want. NBT is an international site, so we both allow and encourage people from all over the world to apply. You do however need a firm grasp of English.

To apply, send an email to the contact email on our contact page. Tell us a little bit about yourself, what tablet you have, how many posts you’ll likely be able to contribute every week, and include two sample posts that you have written. These can be about anything you want within the field of Android, but pick something that shows us that you know what you’re talking about and are familiar with the style of the site. Show initiative, e.g. by including photos or illustrations that you have done yourself where suitable. Again, this is an international site, so keep that in mind when you’re writing your sample posts.

We will evaluate the applications as they come in and get back to anyone who might be a good fit for the site. The position is paid.

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Andreas Ødegård

Andreas Ødegård is more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets. His day job as a teacher keeps him interested in education tech and takes up most of his time.

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