Podcast — Blogging for Technical Communicators Webinar (Part 1)

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Length: 30 min.

This podcast is a recording of the Blogging for Technical Communicators webinar that I gave to the STC-Rocky Mountain chapter on February 19, 2009. I split the recording into two parts due to length. This first half covers the following four topics:

  • The Blog as an Expected Format
  • Why Bother to Blog?
  • Search Engine Optimization: The #1 Perceived Value of Blogging
  • The Most Difficult Part of Blogging: Generating Content Regularly

Here’s the accompanying PowerPoint visual.

Note: After you listen to Part 1, be sure to continue to Part 2.

Links Mentioned in the Webinar

At some point during the webinar (either first or second part) I mentioned the following sites. Here are links to each:

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By Tom Johnson

I'm a technical writer working for a gamification company called Badgeville in the Silicon Valley area in California. I'm primarily interested in topics related to technical writing, such as visual communication (video tutorials, illustrations), findability (organization, information architecture), content development (DITA, testing), API documentation (code examples, programming), web publishing (web platforms, Web design) -- pretty much everything related to technical writing. If you're trying to keep up to date about the field of technical communication, subscribe to my blog either by RSS or by email. To learn more about me, see my About page. You can also contact me if you have questions.

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