The right to free expression is everyone’s birthright and DigiSpawn wishes that every netizen uses it to the fullest. Let DigiSpawn be a medium to your ideas, opinions, suggestions, criticism and rants. You got an game changing idea that would revolutionize lives. You want to share your learnings about game development with other fellow Indiedevs. You want to discuss about an upcoming technology’s pros and cons. You want to rant about your government’s total dick move against human rights and personal privacy. You want to criticize the crap out of a videogame movie for disrespecting your favorite game franchise. You want to show off your amazing videogame concept art or you just want to compare call of duty and battlefield. Whatever it is, we want to hear all about it. Digispawn blogs are a means of you giving back to the community by sharing your valuable learnings in form a howto or opinion article. Please note that self review and self promotional articles are not strictly not allowed.
We love indie devs and artists. The advent of digital distribution platforms have brought about a seismic shift in the world of independent development spawning the ‘indie’ movement into existence. Now while all’s good with the whole hip ‘indie’ tag and the ‘anarchist-swag’ of breaking free from the tyranny of the retailer friendly publishers granting you absolute freedom to create and sell what you want in the market. Its not exactly unicorns and rainbows when it comes to gaining traction on your product or portfolio. We can help you with that. So if you are an independent developer or artist and you need an outlet for your product or portfolio, feel free to contact me at [email protected] for coverage. Please note that we are not a marketing agency so please don’t contact us for paid promotions. To put it blunty, we dont take money for pretty reviews. When we decide to feature something on the website its because we like it. That’s all.
So pour out your anger, appreciation or love into the crucible of words, amalgamate your emotions and expressions (and grammar!) into the fiery pit of truth and we shall all help you draw out the sword of content (corny alert!) that will help millions leverage the power of free expression and internet.
So without further ado, if you’re interested in getting your article posted on DigiSpawn, fill out that swaggy form below and we’ll get back to you. If we like what we see, we’ll publish your content and promote your post on our homepage and across all our social channels.
NOTE: Before contacting us and/or submitting your posts, please make sure you read and understand the following guidelines.
1. The only permissible topics are:
- Entertainment (videogames, movies, anime etc)
- Game development
- Career & Education
- Independent Development
2. Please don’t expect any monetary profit in exchange for your articles. DigiSpawn is a medium to get your word out to thousands of people. Your content will be broadcasted on all our social networks along with an exclusive author shoutout to all our followers and fans in our social community along with your social profile links.
3. The final post must be of atleast 2000 words
4. You are free to voice your opinions and views however please keep language profanity to a minimum. Too much abuse or pornographic images in the post is not acceptable. Words, if tailored properly can bring about an impact, so deep and moving that it can revolutionize time and shift governments.
5. Product promotions and advertising is not allowed. If you want to request a product/game review, kindly mail me at [email protected] for the same.
6. Keep your posts visually minimal. Your content should take the center stage not the formatting. Bombastic colors and font size will be more seizure-inducingly distractful than readable.
7. Do not post content that you did not write or have full permission to reprint. Please note that digispawn makes no claim to ownership of user-submitted materials and that the user will be fully responsible for the content he/she has posted.
8. You can repost content from your own personal blog however you have to reprint your blog post in its entirety; no teaser-link posts allowed. You are free to add a link back to your site.
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