To date, Ebyline has combined with publishers to produce over 170,000 pieces of content. But none of this would be possible without an outstanding team of freelancers. This group of 12,000 talented journalists spans the globe, representing 73 countries, and provides coverage of over 3,800 topics.
Of those journalists, just over 15% are Ebyline Approved Freelancers. These individuals have passed a rigorous vetting process to gain full access to the Ebyline Pitch Board and earn the profile badge that indicates their approved status to publishers. Those who have made it are veteran journalists with experience writing for publications like The New York Times, the Associated Press, ESPN, Vogue, Wired, and more.
Becoming a qualified Ebyline freelancer is no easy feat. Over the past six months, only 18% of submissions have made it through the approval process. But what exactly does it take to become one?