What are the differences between technical writers and developer experience writers?
Technical WritingWriting for developers

Technical Writers vs. Developer Experience Writers

Determining who’s who and who does what in tech can be tricky. Especially when new job titles are popping up like mushrooms in a dank cave: Some are new, some are[…]

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Marketing for developersWriting for developers

The Power of Microcopy: Best Practices for Button Labels on SaaS Landing Pages

What does every SaaS landing page and homepage need? Eye-catching images, persuasive copy, satisfied customer testimonials – and, of course, engaging calls to action (CTAs). And what’s a CTA without a[…]

In this article, I will share my blog writing process with you.
Writing for developers

How to write a blog post – my writing process

Do you want to get into content writing but don’t know how to get started? Are you wondering if it’s not better to throw in the towel and get back to[…]

6 Adult Learning Principles to know to create better tutorials
Writing for developers

6 Adult Learning Principles: Create Better Tutorials

The Internet is an excellent place for sharing knowledge and skills. Developers, in particular, like to help their peers build their technical skills by providing them with tutorials, books, coding live[…]

I'll share some tips on how to gain experience as a new technical content writer that will help you convice prospects,
Writing for developers

How to Gain Experience as a New Technical Content Writer

You probably know the age-old dilemma: I don’t get the job because I don’t have experience, but I also don’t get experience because I don’t get a job!?Even in freelance writing,[…]

5 practical tips for improving your developer marketing
Marketing for developers

5 Tips for Rocking Developer Marketing

Developer marketing is something many companies wouldn’t have even considered a few years ago. After all, devs are not the people in charge, right? Not necessarily. Today, developers play a vital role[…]

Writing for developers

Improve your writing skills as a non-native speaker

Creating content in English when you’re not a native speaker can be intimidating and challenging. Trust me, as a native German speaker, who decided to focus on writing technical content in English,[…]

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Marketing for developersWriting for developers

Create a better landing page with storytelling

Do you want to create a landing page (or sales page) for your product and seek inspiration and guidance on how to write one? Of course, there’s a myriad of techniques[…]

Marketing for developersWriting for developers

Answering your FAQs on technical content writing

Since I started the blog, I’ve received many emails from readers asking various questions about technical content writing and freelancing in this field. So I thought it would be nice to[…]

A woman writes into her notebook.
Writing for developers

How to write about anything – even if you’re clueless

A couple of days ago I had to write the most tricky article ever.Not only did I have no clue about the topic, but also most information I found was in[…]

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