Are you a developer who wants to get into Technical Writing and get paid $100 to $600+ per article? I have made $2,000+ through technical writing with 10+ published articles. Here is how you can write a good Technical Article.

What is Technical Writing? Technical Writing is the process of, - Preparing instruction manuals, - How-to guides, - Tutorials, And other supporting documents to communicate complex and technical information in an easy-to-understand manner.

There are specific skills you need to become a good Technical Writer. These skills are: - Technical Skills - Writing Skills - Googling Skills - Learning Skills

Technical skills can include coding, design, web development, or app development.

Good writing skills allow you to break down complex concepts in an easy-to-understand manner to your reader.

Writing an excellent technical article requires intense research, and knowing how to google will come in handy.

When it comes to Technical Writing, you will be required to write about topics you are not familiar with. Therefore, being willing to learn becomes very important because it will help you figure things out.

To write a good technical article, you need to get four things right: 1. Come up with a good structure or layout. 2. Do a lot of research. 3. Know your audience. 4. Use examples

How To Come Up With A Good Structure or Layout. The format of an excellent technical article includes: - Title - Introduction - Body - Conclusion

A title should be a headline that demands attention and should have keyword combinations that reflect what the article is about.

The introduction should describe the problem and the solutions that the article will cover. Ensure that the introduction lets the reader know what the article is all about.

In the body part of the article, describe the problem and the solution in detail. Try to tell a story. The story should keep the reader engaged at every step. Make a list of your main points and then progress from one point to another logically to lead to a conclusion.

The conclusion should essentially include a summary of all the main points mentioned in the body.

Why You Should Know Your Audience. - Helps you to make decisions about what information you should include. - Directs you on how you should arrange that information. - Helps to know what supporting details will be necessary for the reader to understand what you are presenting.

Keeping your audience in mind will help you organize your ideas and how best to support your argument.

Use examples to help your audience better understand and relate to key points of the technical article you are writing. Examples can be in the form of screenshots or code snippets. Examples can serve as evidence to support your general claims or arguments.

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