FabFree – Fabulously Free in SL

Simply Fabulous Free and Under L$75 Finds in Second Life – Since 2007


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Now Hiring!

We are looking for one male and one female blogger to join our team.  Currently we are compiling a list of people who might like to be more involved with FabFree for a possible writer position.

FabFree is the oldest Freebie blog in SL. The blog was started in September of 2007. We have grown tremendously since then and have between 5,000 to 7,000 viewers a day!

To qualify you must be a loyal Fabulously Free in SL group member, willing to explore fashion, and available to post on a regular basis. As a writer for Fabulously Free in SL, we take pride in leading the group and helping members find quality items throughout SL and you should as well.

Becoming a FabFree writer means more than just blogging, you become part of our family and team. As FabFree writers we should work well as a group, have open communication, and feel comfortable with one another. We are looking for the right fit.

Please send a note include full (SL) name, age, what time are you usually in SL, recent snapshot (include a full body and head shot), description about yourself. What is your typical style? Do you change skins, shapes, hair often or do you have a particular look that you stick with? Basically anything that you think will get our attention.

Some of things we would like to know about the new blogger are: What type of fashion you enjoy? Do you enjoy Hunts? Do you blog for other websites? If so would FabFree be your first priority? How often do you see yourself contributing to the blog (needs to be at least 5-10 times a week)? How long you’ve been in SL? Do you have any ALTs?

Also, Please explain what content theft is and how it hurts SL in your own words.

Please send all inquires to Renee Lowenhart. I will share the responses with the FabFree writers and hopefully we have a Fabulous blogger on staff soon! When we select a blogger, all other applications will be kept in case another spot opens. Writing for FabFree is NOT an opportunity to gain lindens. It is often a thankless job, but it helps many!
Thank You,
Renee Lowenhart

*Only serious inquires need apply.*