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      Writing Business Copywriting Great Technical Writing: Improve Document Searches

      by Barry Millman - 2007-03-14
      OVERVIEW Searches in User Documents (manuals, etc.) often fail because the Reader uses different words for a concept than the author uses. Since the Reader's words do not appear in the docume...
    • 12.

      Jargon: Handle With Care

      by Marcia Yudkin - 2007-03-19
      When I reviewed business Web sites for the Webby Awards earlier this year, one of the most common and annoying obstacles I ran across was jargon - insider language that got in the way of understanding...
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      New Technical Writer: Don't Confuse your Reader With your Words

      by Barry Millman - 2007-03-23
      OVERVIEWStop confusing your Reader with the words you use. Your Reader is trying his/her best to understand how your product works without having to figure out your writing. Here are some writing gu...
    • 14.

      Why Your Company Needs a CMS

      by Nigel Fogden - 2007-03-30
      "CMS" stands for "Content Management System." Content management systems are software applications that record, store and categorize written material and images in order to make them easier to find, u...
    • 15.

      Writing News Articles - The Right Angle

      by Matthew Hick - 2007-04-09
      News writing doesn't have to be boring! If a writer can't learn to spice up the story with the right angle, readers will skip right past it - no matter how important the content. Writing an interestin...
    • 16.

      7 Ways to Carve Out Your Niche as a Freelance Writer

      by Bobbi Linkemer - 2007-04-13
      As a freelance writer, would you rather use a wide-angle-lens approach to clients and editors (all things to all people) or a telephoto (focus on one subject or genre)? Let's say you want to find your...
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      Freelance Writing - Make it Work For You

      by Matthew Hick - 2007-04-16
      Freelance writing may sound like a dream job - but is it? It certainly has a lot of benefits: working from home, setting your own schedule; the opportunity to write about hundreds of unusual and inter...
    • 18.

      Technical Writing 101 Part 2

      by Cheryl McNeil - 2007-04-19
      In Part 1 I shared some of my thoughts on defining your audience, creating an outline, defining your purpose and the stages of writing. Now I would like to take a moment and expand on the area of defi...
    • 19.

      Article Marketing - Todays Most Popular Tool

      by Matthew Hick - 2007-04-23
      Getting consumers interested in any product or service can be done more easily through direct article writing. Everyday, we read articles written to entice us into trying something new. Once referred ...
    • 20.

      Technical Writing - How to Use the "Pending" Marker in FrameMaker

      by Ugur Akinci - 2007-04-26
      FrameMaker (FM) is such a wonderful software to write long and complicated books and documents. In my 20-plus years of experience as a writer, nothing comes close.FM has a very powerful built-in marke...