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Technical Writing - Earn Big Bucks

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1 Technical Writing - Earn Big Bucks on Thu Jan 31, 2013 6:11 pm

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Technical writers are earning big bucks while enjoying the luxury of working at home. If you're put off by the word 'technical', don't slam the door to a lucrative opportunity. As long as you canstring your grammar correctly, you can start a new writing adventure. What is Technical Writing? When you buy technical gizmo, you always have to read the manual that explains how to operate or set-up a system. It is specifically written for end-users so they can understand how the details work together. If youcan't make heads or tails of the instructional manual, then you're reading poorly written or highly technical stuff. Technical writers come to the rescue, inspired by a bottomless pit of vocabulary suited to the material. The word 'technical' does not always refer to technology; rather, it refers to a skill. This type of writing is putting together information in a logical and coherent discussion. The aim is to inform, not amuse. Instead, you have to observe processes and operations to be able to provide accurate information. You have to show how it is done. Engineering, surveying, medical, architectural, and software firms require technical writing experts to help them explain away their products.What used to be the domain of technical geeks is now the realm of writers who can fuse creativity and technology into one dynamic package. And the pay is way beyond the ordinary paycheck you get every payday. How to create a niche in this elite circle? Well, for starters, you have to love gizmos. If you're not a techno fan, you still have hope by learning the basics. If you want to write about software or computers, you can sign up at the nearest computer school and learn the basics about software and computers. Technical writing has its own vocabulary and there is no excuse for sloppy writing if you want to earn a fat paycheck.Tools of the Trade Before hopping into an assignment, make sure you have the tools of the trade. Get a copy of 'Strunk and White Elements of Style' to help make your writing crisp, clear, and tight. The usual jargon cannot be used. Instead, get to know the technical jargon involved in different requirements. Brush up on your active voice to make the manual easier to understand. You may be working with a graphic artist, or if you know how to do it, the better for you. You can rely on software to help you with your technical writing when working for a small company. If you want to get into technical writing, you have to be a keen observer to explain logical problems. It takes awhile before you can finish your paper because you will have to be repeating the processes to have more angles in explaining things to the reader. Technical writing courses are available online. With a certification to back your qualification, companies will be willing to hire you. You can always request to do your work online, miles away from the company, if they can send over thegadget you will write about. But for sensitive projects, you have to go to the site. Technical writing is the new wave of writing. More writers are seeing the glimmer at the end of the tunnel and hopes are high that writing skills can pay far better than the 8 hours you put in as an employee. Interested?
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