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Our Technical Blogging Style Guide

As your blog grows and you get more writers to contribute, you need to build documents and processes to help you maintain high quality and consistent style. To serve this...

Email Marketing Tools for Startups

One of the most effective ways to encourage repeat visitors to your startup, to engage paying customers, and to improve conversion rates is to get people to sign up with...

Creating a Hiring Rubric for Technical Writers

Hiring is always hard, but the more specialized your hire, the harder it will be. If you’re managing a technical blog and you want to stop writing everything yourself, you’ll...

The Best PHP Blogs

PHP is one of the most commonly used programming languages for web development, so I set out to find the best active PHP blogs. Each of these sites demonstrates technical...

The Best Python Blogs

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in use today, so I went on a journey to find the best Python blogs on the internet. Each of these...

Creating a Technical Content Plan

There are two mistakes that most companies make when they decide to pursue technical content marketing: They don’t have a content plan. They don’t know how they’re going to distribute...

The Technical Blog Post Promotion Checklist

The #1 mistake new writers and blog managers make is failing to share their work. Creating great technical content takes time, but without adequate promotion, nobody’s going to read it....

5 Ways to Find and Motivate Writers for Your Blog

Most technical blogs have a surprisingly small staff, and many of the most prolific ones rely on contributions from freelancers or volunteer contributors. If you’re just starting out, you might...