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KLEK Is Looking for Sports, Fashion, Entertainment, and other Bloggers for our Website

Written by LaGanzie Kale

April 16, 2018

Do you love sports, fashion, entertainment, or maybe all of them? Do you have a passion for writing? Are you looking for exposure? If the answer to these questions is YES then KLEK is looking for you. We are looking for volunteers to become bloggers on our website. As a KLEK blogger, you would be responsible for posting content and opinions about either sports, fashion, entertainment, or perhaps another topic (all proposed blogs would have to be reviewed by management, controversial and divisive subjects would not be accepted). There would be a minimum of one post per week required. This would be a great way to gain exposure and experience especially if your goal is to one day become a paid blogger or start your own blog one day. If this opportunity interests you, visit the contact  page of our website.

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