Land that Technical Writing Job with Confidence!

Are you wondering if it is possible to make a six-figure income as a beginner technical writer just starting out?

Not at first!

Overtime, you’ll have lots of confidence in selling yourself as a technical writer. In fact, you may even become a sought-after tech writer in your niche. However, just like any profession, you’ve got to get on-the-job experience first in order to ace those interviews. That comes with practice, not anything taught in school or certification programs. The more practice you have at dealing with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and writing documentation, the better.

Approaching SMEs can be intimidating.

Maybe you’re just a tad shy or nervous. After all, most technical writers are introverts. But you can learn to become an ambivert (extrovert, when necessary, like interviewing SMEs). Or maybe you’re feeling a little uneasy because of the laundry lists of job requirements or other “unknowns” staring you in the face right now.

Chances are, you have lots of questions keeping you awake at night. Questions that are keeping you from applying for jobs with confidence or providing a better lifestyle for you and your family. The same questions all new technical writers have:

“Do I need a college degree or certification”?

“What kind of writing samples do I need for an interview”?

“What advice would you give to someone starting out”?

Given time and experience, you’ll learn lots of these answers and more. Until then, why learn the hard way when I can supply you the answers – now with my downloadable pdf.