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  • Tulsa, OK 74132
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    A step-by-step course designed to teach you skills and strategies for a rewarding and lucrative writing career…

    So what exactly is a tech writer?

    A tech writer writes instructions.

    With a plethora of software products, web applications, mobile apps, websites, etc. launching everyday, someone needs to explain how they all work in layman’s terms. That’s where tech writers come in.

    The type of work you do varies based on the subject matter, product, and who your audience is.

    For example, you could be writing on-screen text for a popular mobile app, specifications for the latest laptop, help center content for an advertising platform, etc. The list goes on and on…

    Of course, there’s more to being a tech writer than writing help center articles, specifications, training materials, etc. You also develop the best content strategy for your audience, when they need it, so that it is useful and drives action.

    What you do as a tech writer plays a critical part in someone’s experience when they read your text on their favorite app, website, or software product. Cool, right?

    To kickstart your career as a tech writer, you need to learn the fundamentals of creating instructional content.

    Yes, you can use your writing skills to create blog posts, emails, social media status updates, etc. Maybe you even do some freelancing stuff here and there.

    However, if you want to kick things up a notch then keep on reading.

    There’s a huge demand for writers like you who are passionate about learning the behind-the-scenes of how apps and software programs work.

    Most importantly, if you have a knack for making complex subjects easy to understand and helping others learn then you’ll be excited about the exciting writing opportunities available today.

    There are tons of lucrative writing opportunities in today’s job market!

    I currently work on contract as a content strategist. Not too long ago, I interviewed with Facebook for a similar position. The day that I’m writing this, a recruiter called me about a really cool writing position with Samsung. In addition to the calls, this is what my inbox looks like on a regular basis:

    Say buh-bye to being a “struggling writer”

    My inbox is just a very small sampling of writing opportunities available today. Companies are trying to get the attention of talented writers like you to consider working for them. And what they’re offering is cool projects to work on, opportunities to contribute and grow your skills, and of course, a consistent paycheck that allows you to support yourself financially.

    You don’t have to compete with freelance writers for pennies on the dollar

    You don’t have to pitch your best ideas only to never hear back from online blog/magazine editors

    You don’t have to send invoice reminders because your client didn’t process payroll on time

    You don’t have to worry about a project lasting only 1 month or even less

    Whether you’re interested in becoming a technical writer, user experience (UX) writer, content strategist, website copywriter, content developer, or related role, this course is specifically designed to give you the fundamentals to take advantage of these great opportunities, earn more money, and jumpstart your career as a writer.

    Tech writers are some of the best paid writers out there

    Demand is high

    There are over 50,000 roles available in tech writing with a projected growth of 10% over the next 10 years. Now is the time to get in!


    You get to work on projects for a minimum of 3-6 months. Grow your skills, develop a portfolio of work, and get paid consistently.

    Pays well

    Starting salary for tech writers is around $70,000. That’s with less than 5 years of experience even for contract roles.

    It’s cool!

    As a tech writer, you get to play a key role in crafting the experience for users and customers of apps, websites, etc.

    Worried you don’t have the right skills?

    Creating technical content, especially content that is easy to understand and interesting, is not always easy. Don’t worry though, these are skills that you can learn. This is not just a “watch and think about it” type of training.

    Showing that you can create technical content is a MUST in the Tech industry.

    In module 1, I share a 5-step process that I’ve used for the past 5 years and what industry trainers and instructors use to create content for top Tech corporations and startups.

    • You will actually select a “real-life” product (app or website) to write about

    • Together, we’ll determine who your target audience is and how you can help them

    • You will write instructions!

    • We’ll walk through a typical review process

    • You will publish this content to your portfolio!

    You’ll walk away with a portfolio that makes recruiters,clients, and hiring managers drool over what you can bring to the table. This is only module 1 though, there’s more…

    You are smart enough!

    Before you scroll on, I want you to know that you don’t need to be a genius to be a tech writer. You don’t even need to have a Journalism, Communications, or English degree!

    Listen, I don’t have either of those degrees and have been enjoying my tech writing career for the past 6 years.

    Your focus is on making complex products (web/mobile apps, websites, hardware, etc.) easy to use and understand.

    This is where focusing on your audience needs come in.

    This is where creating content to help others kick in.

    This is where you tap into the resources that are available to you in this course come in.

    Concerned about not fitting in with the “tech geeks?”

    As a tech writer, you’re rarely on your own writing in the corner of a coffee shop somewhere. Don’t fret though, it’s actually a good thing that you get to work with very smart and influential people. In module 5, you’ll learn:

    • Common terms and methodologies used in the Tech industry

    • Who you are likely to collaborate with on a regular basis

    • Tips on how to communicate effectively with your engineers, designers, product managers, etc.

    As your course instructor, I give you PRACTICAL insights on how to navigate the tech scene as a writer. Keep in mind, that I have over 10 years of experience working in Tech and also worked in Silicon Valley for 1 year.

    You’re wanted! Look at just a small sample of companies hiring today!

    Facebook logo IBM logo Google Logo Uber Logo Airbnb logo

    But will you help me find well-paying tech writing jobs?

    I don’t know about you, but I hate applying for jobs. Don’t you feel defeated after filling out just 1 job application? Why that process is so soul-sucking is beyond me, but if you’re like me, you probably didn’t feel any relief after clicking the “Submit application” button. Well, guess what?

    You don’t have to fill out long, boring job applications anymore!

    My signature job search process gives you everything you need to get recruiters, hiring managers, and clients excited to get you hired!

    In modules 2 – 4, I unlock my strategy to landing lucrative writing jobs. In this course, you’ll get access to:

    • Secrets to using career websites so that recruiters find you

    • Email script and template I’ve sent to recruiters with a 90% response rate!

    • Exact strategies I use that make my resume stand out from the rest

    Demand for tech writers is high! Wouldn’t it be great to have jobs come to you so you no longer have to fill out those long, boring job applications?!

    Tech Writing Course Overview

    Module 1: Create Your Portfolio

    Lesson 1: Learn the 5-step strategy to creating any piece of technical content

    Lesson 2: How to create instructional content exercise

    Lesson 3: Exercise on how to write text for web applications

    Lesson 4: Step-by-step walkthrough of creating your “professional bait” think piece

    Module 2: Update Your Resume

    Lesson 1: Eliminate the common mistakes and irrelevant content from your resume

    Lesson 2: How to leverage job descriptions for your resume

    Lesson 3: Exactly what you should add to your resume to stand out

    Module 3: Update Your Job-Search Profiles

    Lesson 1: Why you shouldn’t just search for jobs on popular job board sites and what to do with them instead

    Lesson 2: Step-by-step walkthrough of what to include in your job-search profiles

    Lesson 3: Which job-search sites to use to maximize your chances of getting callbacks from recruiters

    Module 4: Attract Recruiters Like a Magnet

    Lesson 1: Exact email script I use to connect with the best recruiters

    Lesson 2: Secrets to flipping the job-search script and getting recruiters to do the work for you, essentially bringing you job opportunities vs. you blindly searching for a needle-in-a-haystack jobs.

    Module 5: Become a badazz writer with on-the-job confidence

    Lesson 1: The #1 thing to prepare for besides the job interview

    Lesson 2: The 3 documents to ask for and get familiar with to show your team that you’re a pro

    Lesson 3: Tips to working confidently with your team as a tech writer

    This course is for you if…

    • You want to be one of the few writers that make an average of $70,000 or more doing what you love

    • You enjoy being able to make products (websites, applications, software programs, etc.) easier to understand and use

    • You’re looking for a career change and want to use more of your writing skills

    • You want to gain a comprehensive understanding of tech writing

    • You want to build a professional tech writing portfolio from scratch

    • You want recruiters to contact YOU with writing opportunities

    • You don’t want to wait any longer especially when the demand for tech writers is so HOT right now!

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