Hey guys. If you have ever heard of Pokémon Dungeon before, you will know that it is a Dungeon Gaming Network site dedicated to the Pokémon franchise. Unfortunately we are struggling to keep up with all the latest Pokémon news as well as writing original content, that’s why we are reaching out to you to see if you can help out.
We will be hiring quite a few people due to how shallow the current team is so if you send in an application, you will most likely be accepted. We have a few positions up for grabs so if you are interested, jump inside for more details.
Hey all, this will be my second ever staff drive, and now we’re looking for some new faces to show on our news team! As you can probably see, our current news team is dreadfully overworked, and we need some people to take a little bit of the load and cover more ground around the web for all of the Pokemon news we can gather to put up here on the site. The requirements are very basic, and to check them out hit the jump and hopefully send in an application!
If you haven’t noticed, some days of the week, we have fewer posts, less interaction, and boring amounts of things going on here. In the next few weeks, we’re aiming to change that. I have plans to make this site publishing articles and bits of news very frequently, while still letting everyone see the important news. There is a redesign of the news posts/front page coming soon, so we’re going to need some News Correspondents (along with a few other types of positions) to help ease the transition from small amounts of news, to more regular posting and more regular features. Head inside for how you can help Pokemon Dungeon, along with information on how you can apply for our news team, as well as the various positions that can be filled on the news team.
Are you interested in contributing to Pokemon Dungeon’s building article feature? Yesterday Pokemon Dungeon had its first article, but we’re looking to build this part of the site just like we have over on Zelda Dungeon with its article feature. To do that we’ll need more people than just myself writing articles. Do you consider yourself a good writer? Do you have opinions you’d like to express about the Pokemon franchise, or think you could write something interesting if given a topic to work with? If you’re interested, register on our forums, then drop an application in our Article Center section.
Writing articles for the site is a great way to contribute and help the site, and it can also be a good way to get some exposure. Article are intended to go up on Fridays during prime viewing hours and receive a large amount of attention; the first article published on Pokemon Dungeon received large amounts of traffic. You can get recognized quite fast, especially if you do repeated articles and write frequently enough.
Hey guys, if you haven’t noticed, we’ve been pretty slow with our news updates, our site updates, content updates, and lots of other things. What we need is some help from you guys to give us a hand with the site! If you think you can join our staff without reading any of the information here, click the image to the left to fill out our generic application form, or jump inside for information on how you can help Pokémon Dungeon become even better!
Hey guys, this time, I decided to make a video to let you know what’s going on here at the site and what you can do to help. First, I apologize for some of the quality of the video, as it was taken on my webcam (guess that’s what I get for being a college student… maybe I’ll invest in a new camera in the future). Anyway, for a quick recap, head inside the post for more information.
Do you wanna be the best? Like no one ever was? Then join our staff! There are a few positions that we really need to be filled in order to become a large and successful website. If you’re interested in being a member of our staff, shoot me an email at [email protected] or add me on Skype at percussivedave. I’ll be happy to look over any and all applications sent my way, so don’t hesitate to send me an application. However, we ask that you be at least 16 years of age for various reasons, unless you can handle yourself in a mature manner. If you’re still interested, hop inside!
As we’ve told you time and time again, we here at Pokemon Dungeon are hard at work to bring you the highest quality content while maintaining the friendly community where anyone can contribute. Well, things may have gotten a little confusing, so I’m going to give everyone a breakdown of all the progress we’ve made so far, and where we’re headed in the near future.
Hey guys! Just wanted to let you know what’s been happening behind the scenes here at Pokémon Dungeon. We’ve been working at getting a good amount of our content up, and we’ve been running general improvements on the site as a whole.
Some of those things that we’ve improved, for example, are some behind-the-scenes improvements to our forums (which you should join!), an entire new Gallery Layout (like Xinnamin reported on a few days ago), transfer of our content pages off of WordPress to allow us to have more control over the cool things that we want them to do, and a few other things that you’ll probably find out about in the near future. We’re constantly working hard on getting the best content available to you, our viewers, because we feel that you deserve it.
That’s right guys! We’re looking for some new staff members to add to our team. Since our last request, we added about 4 new members to be a part of our staff, filling out our Social Coordinators, and adding a few new content writers. With these new additions, we’re starting to write some content much more quickly and efficiently than before.
However, we could still use more!
Staff members that we are looking for are listed below, along with the requirements for said position.
A child named Lucas Ayala, who lives in Woodside, Queens, has convinced his teacher that the Pokémon Trading Card Game is educational. The school had previously banned the game, and this angered Lucas. So, he decided to write a letter to his teacher to get the ban appealed. In fact, he succeeded in this so well, that he inspired his teacher, Jennifer Toti. In response to his letter, she stated:
Now, because of what Lucas has done, children are allowed to play Pokémon at recess and occasionally during math class. I think that this is very excellent, and that more people should recognize the educational value of games such as Pokémon.