Writer: Site Staff
Date:Wednesday December 14 2011
Vital Football is looking for a site editor for this site. Perhaps you are a fan of the club? Maybe you have an existing forum and would like to bring it over to Vital? Then again perhaps you are just an aspiring writer who thinks you could do this site justice?
If you can answer yes to some, or all, of the questions above then why not come to Vital Football!
Have you got an established forum already and fancy a move to a stable network that will not let you down?
Well, if that is the case then simply move your forum over to this exciting fans network and enjoy the friendly banter among rivals, automated leagues, results and earning potential of this content managed network.
The active forum that you may well have, and want to bring over, can be hosted for free right here on Vital!
Again if you find yourself liking the sounds of this then give us a shout as we would be delighted to hear from you and can offer you what you need in return, whenever possible catering the forum to your specific needs whenever possible.
Unlike many other forums out there Vital Football is totally independent, we might have to run with some adverts but we are independently funded and do not rely on the input of anyone 'bankrolling us' - you never have to fear one day finding out that the lights have been switched off without warning...
Alternatively, if you do not have an existing forum but have you got the passion for the club and/or are you over 18-years-old and, ideally, you have some experience in writing news and/or match reports you could also be just what Vital is looking for!
Do not fret, you don't have to become an editor to have your say...
If you have something to get off your chest about your team, just press the 'Have Your Say news suggestion' link in the right hand column and blog away and we will get this added to the site for you, of course giving you credit.
This is a network by the fans for the fans, so your opinion that counts.
Apply via the advert below or by clicking here.
If you are a football fanatic with a passion for the sport, then VitalNetwork Ltd can provide you with a website that allows you to have your say about the great game.
For more information contact Jonathan on email@example.com, and/or click on the advert above.
Date:Wednesday December 14 2011
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