Become a PC Zone contributor today!
If you haven’t published here before please read the following guide:
We are a community fan site and as such are a great place for aspiring gaming
journalists and bloggers to get their voice out via with the authority of pczone.co.uk – a domain with many thousands of back links and referrals from a host of major news and culture websites as a result of the enduring popularity and cult status of the original PC Zone.
You can add your very own news story, preview, review, guide, article, interview or opinion piece right here – you’ll be credited with the work and be able to show it off as much as you like on your own social media (all published posts are automatically shared on our own social media).
Please be aware that we only publish news on gaming and technology products related to gaming. We do NOT publish pop culture stories such as movie, TV and comic book related content.
Before you start writing, you must be a registered user of the site before you can submit a post (you can register/log in at the top of this page).
The first thing to do when you’ve finished your post is to check your facts. It’s VERY important that you check your post is correct (numbers, quotes, dates etc.) before you submit it.
A typical post should be anywhere between 200 words for a quick news item, up to 1500 words for a full article – or significantly more if you wish to submit a game guide!
Our style guide is simple. Ideally your post should mimic the original PC Zone, which means it should:
– Be written in a casual and or conversational tone
– Be not afraid to be irreverent, cheeky or controversial (if appropriate)
– Be passionate and or enthusiastic about the subject matter (this is entertainment, not an essay)
Please feel free to promote your own blog and or social media at the end of your post, but please do not do so gratuitously throughout your written submission.
Once you submit your post it will be evaluated by the Editorial team before it is publicly published. By submitting this post you agree to basic changes that may be required in order to meet our editorial standards (this is standard practice). If more wholesale issues are discovered we may contact you to discuss them – otherwise we reserve the right not to publish your post if it does not meet our standards or if it represents a duplicate of an already published post subject.
Thanks for your contribution!