Introducing CricTalks – Community Blog for Crickt Fans

crictalks_logo(Cross Posted From: CricTalks)

We are pleased to announce new blog in our network – CricTalks.

CricTalks is for all cricket fans as its name suggests but unlike other cricket blogs where you are just a spectator, here you can actively share your views. Continuing community spirit Devils Workshop, CricTalks is open to all contributors from Day 1!

If you are already contributing at Devils Workshop, you can just login to CricTalks and start writing (and earning) right away. If you are new here, please register for CricTalks first and of course do not forget to configure your AdSense account.


Writer’s Eleven…

Since Cricket is much lighter topic than technology, we decided to relax writing guidelines that we strictly force at Devils Workshop.

Technically, all “contributors” can write but their posts need approval from “editor” before publishing. On the other hand, “authors” can write and publish their posts at their will without any intervention form editors or admins.

To encourage contribution, we decided to give “author” privilege to 11 contributors!


To apply for “writers eleven”…

  1. Join rtCamp Blog Network. (Not needed for existing contributors at Devils Workshop or other blogs in network)
  2. Contact us using comment form at CricTalk’s welcome post. Write line “Want To Join Writers Eleven” and also mention your your username/login id (not password) at CricTalks/Devils Workshop.

Author privilege will be given on first-come-first-serve basis to first 11 requests received via comments only.

More on the way…

We missed our launch date which was earlier planned to coincide IPL2’s start date. We have some exciting features, sections and more on the way.

Feedback Please….

Please send you suggestion, comments, etc. We love cricket like most of you, but this is the first time we are trying hands on something non-technical.

We hope to nice contribution form community! Enjoy IPL and CricTalks! 🙂

Link: CricTalks

(Request: Please use comment form on CricTalks to send your sugegstion, feedback and request for writer’s eleven.)