Opportunities at iBraryGuy!

Have you seen the new look and feel of iBraryguy?  The future of information truly is now!  In our quest to be one of your go-to sources for news, reviews, and opinions on all things info-related, our team is looking to take on the world!  Well, we are at least looking to take on the world of library and information blogs! In our quest for world domination, we have some opportunities for you.

Join the iBraryGuy Team

We are looking to add one more blogger to our mix.  Over the course of the next month, we are unveiling our bold, new look, as well as a tightened and focused publishing schedule.  To help us expand, we are looking for a third partner in crime . . . er, librarianship that is . . . to join John DiGilio and Stosh Jonjak in making iBraryGuy one of the premier blogs for forward-thinking librarians and information professionals.

The ideal candidate will have some WordPress or similar blogging platform experience, a desire to look at things on the cutting edge, and come from outside of the United States.  Yes, we said “outside of the United States”.  It is high time we took this thing global!

Write for iBraryGuy

You do not have to be a member of our editing team to contribute to iBraryGuy.  In fact, we eagerly welcome guest reviews and opinions!  We cannot offer monetary compensation for your work, but we can give you the spotlight.  Your original works can be featured on our site for the whole world to see!

We do not have required lengths for submissions.  We just ask that they be original and clear of any copyright concerns.  We encourage the use of graphics and links as well.  So you can be creative!

Interested in either of these opportunity?  Drop our editors (ibraryguy@gmail.com) an e-mail and introduce yourself!





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