By Dan Boyce — July 26, 2012
Do you love Aussie Hoops?
Do you have aspirations of being a writer or journalist?
Do you have your own basketball related blog, Twitter or Facebook page?
How would you like to earn CASH $$$ for doing something you would be doing normally anyhow?
Each week AussieHoopla.com will be giving cash prizes away to a reader submitted article which earns the most likes/shares/tweets across the web each and every week.
All you need to do is write an article, opinion piece, breaking news story which is related to Aussie Hoops and send it in to us here at AussieHoopla to recieve COLD HARD CASH!
WHERE ELSE CAN YOU EARN CASH BY WRITING EACH AND EVERY WEEK?
Simply follow the guidelines below and send your written article to firstname.lastname@example.org and within seven days you could have earnt yourself some EASY CASH for simply sending us your take on whats relevant in Aussie Hoops.
GET WRITING TODAY AND START EARNING MONEY NOW!
Aussie Hoopla Article of the Week – Terms and Conditions
1. The Promotion period commences each 12.00am (AEST) Thursdays and concludes 12.00am (AEST) Wednesdays
2. An Australian bank account or paypal account is required to receive your cash prize.
HOW TO ENTER: To participate, submit a written article to email@example.com which will be posted on AussieHoopla.com within 24 hours and be in the running for that weeks cash prize.
3. You may enter as many times as you like. Entries each week are unlimited.
4. Plagarisim will not be tolerated and any article submitted which has been written by anyone other than yourself will not be posted on the website or eligible for a prize.
5. You will be contacted if your entry is the winning of our article of the week and winners will be announced on our Twitter and Facebook page. Cash prizes will be delivered to the paypal or Australian bank account of your choosing with 5 working days. Cash prizes will between $10-$50 each week dependant on the number of entries.
Dan Boyce is a die-hard Sydney Kings fan who grew up in Melbourne during the roaring 90's of Australian Basketball and spent far too much time collecting Futera NBL Basketball cardsView all Dan Boyce posts.