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Some people might be fond of gadgets or any new technical device but they might not have the knowledge about it. From product description to ‘How to’ guides, you can get it all done from professional technical content writers.
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  • Less time spent in research
  • No particular content structure
  • Charge way too high as compared to the quality provided
  • Deadlines not met
  • Non-human content
  • Writers lack technical knowledge
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The technical writing process


You can’t just wake up and start writing. There is a process that needs to be formulated and implemented to get the best of the results. The planning stage sets the tone for the writing process.

After that, you must review the content to ensure that the document is technically sound and the audience will be able to understand it in a better way.

There is a specific process that our technical writers for hire follow before they start writing.

Preparing for the project

This step starts when the technical document is requested. The requirements are then defined in terms of the document type, subject area, scope, audience and goal. It is not important to have clarity from the beginning. There is a possibility that your client might not even know what they want. It is very important to have a conversion with them and then find out what they are looking for. Once you have the questions and their answers in place, you can start the project in a well-planned manner.

Analyze the audience

Once you have all the details in place, you have to focus on the audience. After all, they are the ones that are going to read your technical blog. The technical knowledge doesn’t change but you can play around with the style a bit.

You need to make sure that you are explaining the technical things in a non-technical way. By this, I mean that you don’t have to use jargon or make it sound too complicated.

Understanding the user

Before you start writing, try to get the information about the people who are going to use the document. It is significant to know if your audience holds proficiency in the field, if the topic is entirely new to them, or if they fall somewhere in the middle.

The audience will also have their own requirements and set of expectations. You must decide what the reader is looking for when they begin to read the document. The reader’s goal is the foundation stone of the complete writing process. This is so because the document should fulfill their needs and answer their questions.

You should have answers to these questions before you start writing :

  • Who is the reader?
  • What do they need out of it?
  • Where will they read?
  • When will they read?
  • Why will they read it and how?

Once you have answers to these questions, you can start with the document.

Priorities user experience

No matter what niche you are into, always prioritize user experience. There can be a tendency for experts to form a document that shows their depth of knowledge and to accumulate it in a way that is pleasing for their own peer-group. It’s an easy mistake to overlook how the actual reader will use the document.

Always give your document a read from a layman’s point of view before you publish it and make changes accordingly.

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Industries that we serve

When it comes to technical writing services, there are so many similar categories that it can confuse anyone. However, with us you don’t have to worry about it as the professional technical writers know that they are doing.

We can write on different industries like

  • Real Estate
  • Personal Ornaments

  • Apparels & Accessories
  • Healthcare
  • Gift & Toys
  • Footwear
  • Digital marketing and many more
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Why choose us?

If you are hiring a freelance technical writer then you must specify the niche that you expect them to write on. The field of technical writing ranges from a detailed technical report to a well-researched white paper.

If we talk about the technical writing experience, then our writers have a great knowledge in different fields. Some areas of technical writing are:

1

Scientific and medical papers

This is a part of traditional technical writing. You should take the technical information and then write it in such a way so that the specific audience is able to understand it easily.
This type of academic is used by scholars to understand their findings, consolidate and shorten them into understandable content and publish it in different journals, newsletters, and online platforms.
The skills that are required for medico-scientific papers include:

  • Excellent attention to detail that too when you break down high-value experiments and findings
  • A great level of precision when you insert the names, dates, citations, etc.
  • Organizing the raw data and transforming it into user-friendly content
  • A flair for specialization and reliability that lends itself to academic in general

2

User Manual

This is one of the most common forms of technical writing. If you are a non-technical writer, then you might have come across this genre too. This answers precise usage-related questions for consumer products and helps in improving the end-user experience for everyone.
User help guides mean breaking down the product into its integral parts, clarifying how each part functions, and answering questions related to what solutions each part has to offer. It also includes answering queries that show up as consumers use the product for an extended time period.
The skills that are required are:

  • Detailed knowledge of how to establish instruction manuals into stages and sections based on the functioning of the product
  • A skill for creating solution-oriented content that explains how to solve a precise problem efficiently
  • An absolute understanding of each product. It is important to know how the product is built and how it's better for the user in an overall way
  • A direct style with clear and concise points and minimal use of jargons
From copywriting firms to production companies, the product manual writers can find a job easily. However, it's somewhat a limited field of technical writing so look for an employer that offers advanced growth when applying for a job in this field.

3

Technical guides and books

Writing technical books and long-form guides are different from the other things just because of the length of the content, how it's based on concepts more than products, and the amount of detail that is mentioned.
It also talks about the intent and purpose behind the product as well as why it is built-in that specific way.
Even though they are more detailed, technical books have to be written in a way that any user is able to understand it easily.
The required list of skills include:

  • The skill to convert complex, information filled with jargon into basic and educational content
  • Comprehensive understanding of the formatting, structure, and the length that’s perfect for this type of document
  • Information of when and how to enclose visual aids like graphs, images, and tables to make the content more appealing and engaging
  • Experience in writing long-form content on a number of subjects

4

Assembly manuals

This is one of the most common forms of technical writing. This involves the technical skills that are required to comprehend the disassembly and re-assembly process of an exact machine or part of the equipment. Usually, the general repair guides cover a range of assembly manuals for different kinds of machinery.
Assembly guides are different from any other form of technical communication because most of the companies require you to have the ability to perform disassembly in real life.
The skills are:

  • Theoretical and real understanding of the equipment and repair processes that is involved
  • Experience working with and repairing machinery
  • Ability to research thoroughly
  • Extensive knowledge of how production lines function and how to keep the machinery operate in an efficient way

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can’t just wake up and start writing. There is a process that needs to be formulated and implemented to get the best of the results. The planning stage sets the tone for the writing process.
After that, you must review the content to ensure that the document is technically sound and the audience will be able to understand it in a better way.
Yes, it is. Once you have all the details in place, you have to focus on the audience. After all, they are the ones that are going to read your technical blog. The technical knowledge doesn’t change but you can play around with the style a bit. You need to make sure that you are explaining the technical things in a non-technical way.
Before we start writing, we answer these below mentioned questions for better clarity:
  • Who is the reader?
  • What do they need out of it?
  • Where will they read?
  • When will they read?
  • Why will they read it and how?
This is one of the most common forms of technical writing. If you are a non-technical writer, then you might have come across this genre too. This answers precise usage-related questions for consumer products and helps in improving the end-user experience for everyone.
User help guides mean breaking down the product into its integral parts, clarifying how each part functions, and answering questions related to what solutions each part has to offer. It also includes answering queries that show up as consumers use the product for an extended time period.
The required list of skills include:
  • The skill to convert complex, information filled with jargon into basic and educational content
  • Comprehensive understanding of the formatting, structure, and the length that’s perfect for this type of document
  • Information of when and how to enclose visual aids like graphs, images, and tables to make the content more appealing and engaging
  • Experience in writing long-form content on a number of subjects
Technical reports fall under the category of corporate content development because of their usage in stakeholder meetings, proposals, and business pitches.
It's another useful form that's a mix between academic reporting and technical research-based guides. To put it in simple terms, a technical report is any document that explains the process and consequence of any type of research, be it scientific or business-centric.