Recently Alex Bankoff from Udemy interviewed me for a podcast on technical writing. He and his team also created an infographic based on the podcast as well. You can check out both the podcast and infographic here:
The infographic adds visual appeal and provides a nice summary for the podcast.
The infographic lists all the topics covered in the podcast, but here’s a list of the questions covered on the podcast:
One purpose of the podcast/infographic is to help promote the technical writing courses available on Udemy, which you can see by browsing the link above. Currently there’s a course available from Ugur Akinci (I haven’t yet taken it — I believe it’s geared more towards beginners). Larry Kunz reviewed it recently here.
At any rate, the podcast/infographic and course on the same page are related only by subject. Of course the idea is that the podcast and infographic will drive traffic to the course. But the course will also drive traffic to the podcast/infographic, as well as my blog, so this works out quite well.
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