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There is absolutely no criterion for anyone to write on this platform. You don’t have to be a blogger/author to begin writing for us. You need not be the biggest fan or someone who eats, drinks and sleeps Cricket. If you believe you should be heard, pick up your keyboard and start right away by putting in details about your post in the form below. Write for Cricket 361° now.

How to become a featured author?

We have a guest post section for people writing a one-off post for us. But, if you want to be Cricket 361° featured writer, all you need to do is write at least one article per month and gradually improve your reputation as a Cricket writer.

Few Suggestions

  • Posts should be at least of 600 words.
  • All posts must be grammatically sound and free of spelling errors. Proper headers and formatting should also be used.
  • Guest bloggers get a 2 sentence bio at the end of their article and are allowed one link (Twitter handle/Facebook page/LinkedIn profile).
  • If you are a regular contributor, you would get your own author bio box.

Happy Writing 🙂

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  1. Hi there,

    I am a graduate from San Diego State University, with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Public Relations. I am currently working with a computer firm in Houston, Texas.

    In my free time i enjoy freelance writing about technology products, sports, as well as Scuba Diving, White Water Rafting, and taking Road Trips.

    I love boxing, I can entertain your audience with in-depth articles about boxing, MMA,WWE heavyweight championship,and many more.

    Should i send you an article?

    Hugh Sweatt

    • Dear Hugh,

      We really appreciate your passion for Boxing.

      Our website is dedicated to Cricket, hence posting on boxing would not go in line with our primary objective.

      Nonetheless, it is nice to know passionate people in any sport. 🙂


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  3. This is a good platform for me to write articles because I’m passionate about cricket and I wanna keep everyone else updated about what’s happening in the cricket world.

  4. How to submit a article in cricket?

  5. I like the way you write. I have written for a popular cricket forum and would like to write for your website if you like my articles at my blog cricentre.blogspot.in

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  7. I write articles on cricket. I have written an article on Sunil Gavaskar – an ode to the great man. Shall I send it to you? Do you pay when the article is published?

    • Hi Pravir,

      Thank you for writing to us. You can share your posts with us at mycricket361@gmail.com. We will be happy to share your articles on our platform.

      Currently, we do not pay for articles published on our website.

      Cricket 361° team

  8. Well, I have written an article on Steve Smith, it crosses 1.1k important words, but looks like you post articles from 3000-600 words, what shall I do?

    • Hi Bimarsh, You can surely send it to us. We are open to articles with any word count. The indication of 300-600 words is just for minimum word count.

  9. What is the word limit for the articles that we can send?

  10. Heyy I love this site and your work.I hope your hardwork will definately payoff.

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