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Jimmy HSP

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June 14, 2016

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We’re Looking For Writers!

Hearthstone Players has been a place to share guides and articles on anything Hearthstone related since 2013 and we’re looking for more people that enjoy writing and wish to share their knowledge and tips with the rest of the Hearthstone Community!

Our guide topics ranges from deck guides, starter/budget deck guides, new player guides, advanced guides, reaching Legend guides, Arena guides, video guidesin-depth turn analysis guides and our latest category – matchup analysis guides (bite sized articles that’s lazer focus on specific deck matchups!). Pretty much anything that’s related to Hearthstone, you can write about it.

Why write on this site?


We compensate all our writers, so why not get paid at the same time sharing your guides with the Hearthstone community? It’s an extra win for you!

We also get visited by almost half a million monthly readers so your stuff will get infront of a big audience, in addition to the other communities that you might share your guides on.

We have some great tools that will help make your guide looks awesome on the site!

How to get started!


It’s extremely simple – simply email me – jimmy@hearthstoneplayers.com – with a draft of a guide or article that you’d like to see published. It can be in format – Word document, Google Doc or even just Notepad – formatting isn’t a priority (yet), we’re looking at your writing style and content first. We’ll take a look, review and respond to you. And if it moves on to the next step, we’ll then introduce you to the tools on our site and set you up with the accounts needed to get your piece out there.

If you still have questions or concerns, email me or leave in the comments section below and I’ll respond!

So if you’ve been thinking about writing or have been looking for a place to store all your writings, give Hearthstone Players a try!

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  1. jlee22 says:

    I think it would be wise for Jimmy to find an editor for the site. There is a substantial proportion of writers on this site that, while producing good content, don’t seem to be native English speakers. A little proofreading can go a long way in making articles more readable.

    • Yeah, that was the exact reason I offered my services in the first place so many months ago

    • Stonekeep HSP says:

      That’s true, we have a lot of people who don’t speak English as their first language (including me). We require our writers to proofread the article before submitting it (we have a tool for it), but it’s honestly only good for the obvious ortographic errors. When it comes to general English grammar, it’s much harder. I proofread all my articles, but a lot of things still slip through. The thing is that we (non-native speakers) often translate stuff in our head from our first language to English. The problem is that in different languages sencences are built in different ways + a lot of things (like idioms) don’t translate too well. This creates something that’s perfectly understandable for the writer and it makes a lot of sense even after he proofreads it, but it turns out to be wrong for a native speaker.

      I still don’t think it’s a BIG deal. I know that some people really care about the grammar, but we don’t really have professional writers. We’re mostly just a bunch of amateurs that share the passion about the game. And the content itself is most important for us. I mean, you don’t have to be perfectly fluent in English to write a guide on how to play Secret Paladin or something.

      We’ll definitely consider an editor in the future, but money is a problem too. Proofreading and editing all the content we’re posting is a lot of work, let’s be honest. It’s a part time job no matter how you look at it. Cutting from what we pay our writers is not acceptable. Another way is to post less content, but if I had to choose, I’d rather keep things the way they are right now.

  2. No, I offered my services as an editor a long time ago. Just letting Jimmy know the offer was still open. Probably should have done that not in public, sorry about that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What are the details for the editor position?

  4. Jason says:

    What about an editor? More details? Link to post?

  5. That offer for an editor is still open too, just so you know!