A technical writing tutorial template designed to teach a beginner how to write a technical blog post.
The tutorial is part of a new book by the authors titled ‘Tricks of the Trade’ that teaches how to build a blog for your clients.
You can download the template from their website, here, for free.
The author, Alex Blundell, has previously written a book called ‘How to Write Technical Writing’ which is a free PDF.
In his new book, Alex writes about how to create a blog using Google Docs templates, as well as writing a post for his blog.
He explains:”The first step to building a successful blog is to find the right template for you.
The templates you use are key to making your site stand out from the crowd.
This is because you don’t want to create something that looks too generic.
Your blog is about your personality, not a simple tutorial on how to do everything, like many tutorials do.”
The author also goes on to explain how to use Google Doc templates to create content for a blog.
You have to write the content in the correct format, which means you need to follow the format guidelines laid out by Google.
“If you are following Google guidelines you will get your blog up and running with no issues,” Alex writes.
“The format guidelines have to be followed when you start writing your posts to make sure they are in the right format and do not make the site look too generic.”
You will need to put in the time to research the guidelines and make sure you have the right content.
“A lot of the time, you will not know how to properly use a template until you start using it,” he explains.
“I can’t tell you how many times I have used a template, then realised I had written something wrong and had to ask my readers to help me correct it.”
You need to ensure that you follow the template guidelines carefully, even if you have never written anything before.
“There are two templates that you need: The Google template, which is for you to follow and it’s the template that Google will show you when you get your email.
It’s important to keep it up to date and you have to change the template every time you make changes,” Alex explains.
“You also need to be aware of the format of your blog, and how to format your content correctly.
Google gives you a template for formatting your content and you need that template for writing.”
Google also has templates for some things, such as comments, and you also have to follow those templates.
“Alex recommends using a Google Doc template for your technical writing.
The template can be used for anything from a technical post to an email tutorial.”
You can even use it to create an RSS feed for your blog,” Alex says.
You will also need a simple way to embed your blog content into a webpage so that it can be accessed through your website.”
One thing that you will have to do is create a website template.
These are all the things you will need.
“It will be a little hard to write this because Google is so complicated.
You have to think of how to code and create it, but that’s the important part.”
In the end, you have got a nice little website that you can build.
“The tutorial comes with a handy checklist of the things that you should be thinking about when writing a technical content for your website, such like:”What is the audience?
What are their goals?
What is their problem?
How do they communicate with their audience?
“What are their tools?
How can they communicate?”
What are the resources available?
What tools are available to them?
“Are they online?
What can they do with them?””
What are the social networks?
How does their audience interact with them?
What resources are available for them?”
The book also covers some of the most common technical writing mistakes that you may encounter, such how to structure a technical tutorial.
You should also think about writing your blog posts using Google’s template, and make it as flexible as possible.
“To write a blog, you need a template that you’re going to be able to adapt to the needs of your customers, but also make it flexible,” Alex adds.
“It has to be tailored to your needs and needs of the audience.”