Advertise on the Podcast
You can advertise your product or service on Tech Writer Voices podcasts. Most podcasts have between 200-300 downloads, with a total audience of 600+ plus subscribers.
I will advertise your product or service on the show for free in exchange for a copy of your product or a period of service. For example, if you make a screen capture program, I will promote your product on the show via commercials or discussion in exchange for a copy of the screen capture program.
By submitting copies of your product as promotional material, you not only gain valuable communication time in front of 600+ dedicated technical communicators around the world, but you also potentially win over one very visible promoter of your product.
Tech Writer Voices is one of the few podcasts specifically focused on the field of technical communication, and audience members consist almost entirely of technical communication professionals. Most listeners are based in the United States, but there is also a sizable global audience—in Israel, Australia, Denmark, India, and other countries. When you advertise on this podcast, you can reach a global audience.
Most podcasts average 20-40 minutes in length and focus on a specific topic. Ads remain on the podcast for the life of the podcast.
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About Tom Johnson
I'm a technical writer / API doc specialist based in the Seattle area. In this blog, I write about topics related to technical writing and communication — such as software documentation, API documentation, visual communication, information architecture, writing techniques, plain language, tech comm careers, and more. Check out my API documentation if you're looking for more info about that. If you're a technical writer and want to keep on top of the latest trends in the field, be sure to subscribe to email updates. You can also learn more about me or contact me. Finally, note that the opinions I express on my blog are my own points of view, not that of my employer.