Writing on technical topics is not easy. In order to be successful, you need to know your audience.
Some audiences require that you translate complex technical detail to higher-level concepts so that you don’t need a computer science degree to understand what is going on. An example of that is here.
If you are a software company or build technical tools for companies, you know that techies can be a hard sell. They understand technology, so you can’t just make stuff up and expect them to believe it. However, if you write engaging content that shows your expertise on the subject while convincing them you know your stuff, you win their respect. When you win their respect, they advocate. Then decision makers listen and pull out their credit cards.
I help software companies turn their audience from visitors to customers by creating and delivering compelling multi-media content.
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