~12 min read · Aug 24th · In this article, you’ll learn how to save hours of tedious work of writing, updating, and correcting technical documentation. In this article, you will learn how to automate your documentation…
9 min read · Jun 11th · High-quality content writing can be challenging, but getting it right is a repeatable process. Follow these 10 steps to nail it every time.
In other words, there’s a whole lot of content out there that isn’t doing what it should be
If you don’t understand who you’re writing for and what they want to hear, you can’t create compelling content. Sure, you might write nice words, but they likely won’t generate leads or sales because they aren’t targeting the right people
Start with your audience in mind every time, and chances are you’ll create better content
3 min read · May 31st · Learn to "write in reverse," and change the way you communicate.
When you learn how to write in reverse, you'll give your audience exactly what they need, while getting what you need from them: freedom, confidence, and peace of mind
Am I writing too much? Is the message confusing? Will it raise more questions than it will answer? Is there anything that could be misinterpreted, or that sounds angry, desperate, or emotional? Is there anything unnecessary I can remove from this message? Would it be better to communicate this by phone (or in person)?
10 min read · May 11th · Our content will not always look the way we expect it or want it to. Many apps, tools, and environments that people use to browse the Web strip our content of our CSS and apply their own styles to it.…
Our content will not always look the way we expect it or want it to.
We have a tendency to always make an assumption about how our readers are reading our content—probably in the browser, with our fancy styles applied to it.
HTML is powerful as it is. And if marked up right, it forms a solid foundation for a more inclusive and resilient Web. CSS is a fantastic tool that enables us to further enhance an experience on top of HTML, so long as our design decisions don’t break HTML’s inherent semantics and accessibility.
5 min read · Apr 14th · In spite of the countless note-taking and to-do list apps and software I’ve experimented with over the years, I always come back to writing things down on paper. Though I still use the apps for…
more magic, and power, to be found on the page than on the screen.
you have to actually think a little harder to write something with your hand versus on a keyboard or screen
Think of the page as being a built-in filter for the stuff floating around in your consciousness
9 min read · Apr 9th · As an HR professional or hiring manager, it can be difficult knowing how to write a job description. With this guide, we break down all of the elements needed, share examples, and even give you a…