SurgeZirc UK Opinion is a reserved corner for reliable and professional commentary or analysis on viral topics or grossly neglected but important issues.
If you’ve got any unique viewpoint on a news story that will help shape the public understanding in the right direction, then we want to hear from you as soon as possible.
SurgeZirc UK will not publish articles that are less than 550 words, however, nonpopular writers will get “full credit” for their works, while independent writers who have followers and credibility for writing will be paid.
Political Independent Thinkers, Politicians and charity organisations can also submit articles for publishing to SurgeZirc UK On a voluntary basis.
It’s possible that you pitch to us and we’ll be unable to get back to you as we receive large volume of emails, but don’t be discouraged – try pitch to us again in the future we may get it just right.
Below are some helpful tips for you to increase the chances of having your work commissioned:
Subject (Caption) – Draw up a captivating caption that describes your work, and the Caption should not be more than twelve (12) words.
What’s your argument? In the email body, tell us in a few short bullet points the outline of your piece, why you are the best person to write it, and why it should be published now.
Tell us about your experience – Are you a professional writer? Used to working to tight deadlines? Been recognised for your work? Clearly state your social media handles and pages so we can verify your follower strength and best decide how to categorise your work. Let us know in a short sentence.
When we receive your work, our editors will vet it. Although you will be notified about any change that’s going to be made – This is because we understand our audience and how they prefer each and every piece to be.
After we must have published your work, it’s a demand for you to help in getting your voice out there – Share your published work on social media and tag us on Twitter at @SurgeZircUK, and #SurgeZircUK on Facebook.
To pitch to SurgeZirc UK Opinion, email [email protected]
Then in the invent that you have a compelling first-person essay you’d like to write, do so and send to same email address.