Clarity and brevity is the hallmark of technical writing… Recap of recent social media posts for Technical Writers

Clarity and brevity is the hallmark of technical writing… Recap of recent social media posts for Technical Writers
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We’re always excited to share valuable resources from our social media posts with authors and technical writers. If you’ve missed any of our posts, this recap is a hub of our recent posts about tips and tricks for authors and technical writers to help them stay ahead of the pack. To get notified on future posts, follow us on on social media: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+. Clarity and brevity is the hallmark of technical writing.

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Slash customer support costs and more… Recap of recent social media posts for Technical Writers

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Here’s a selection of some recent valuable resources we’ve shared on various social networks to make sure authors and technical writers stay ahead of the pack. To see more of our recent and future posts, you should consider following us to get notified: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+. How much are you spending on customer support? One of the easiest ways of slashing your customer support cost is to create a user-friendly help file that will cut back the burden on your customer support team.

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Recap of Recent Social Media Posts For Technical Writers

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Every year is a 365 blank-page book with a perfect opportunity for you to write what you want - eBooks, Help files, Manuals, User guides, and any other documentations. Regardless of what you want to write about, HelpNDoc will do all the hard work for you and simplify your entire writing task. As part of our efforts to make your work easier this year, we’ve compiled some of our recent social media posts for technical writers and authors and we are excited to share these posts with you like we did last year.

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Recap of Valuable Social Media Posts For Technical Writers

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We’re always excited to share valuable resources from our social media posts with authors and technical writers. If you’ve missed any of our posts, this recap is a hub of our recent posts about tips and tricks for authors and technical writers to help them stay at the top of their games. To get notified on future posts, follow us on on social media: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+.

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Frame-less HTML template and reaching a greater audience: round-up of valuable resources for technical writers

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We’re always excited to share our valuable resources from our social media posts with authors and technical writers. If you’ve missed any of our posts, this content roundup is a hub of our posts about news, tips and tricks for authors and technical writers. You should consider following us to get notified about future posts on: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+. Let’s start with the new amazing “HelpNDoc-Panner” frame-less HelpNDoc HTML template created by Sean Hogan and based on his great HyperFrameset JavaScript library.

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Round-up of valuable resources for technical writers: How to write technical documentations easily and more

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Here’s a selection of some recent valuable resources we’ve shared on various social networks to make sure authors and technical writers stay ahead of the pack. To see more of our recent and future posts, you should consider following us to get notified: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+. Regardless of the stage of your career as a technical writer, you can take advantage of a help authoring software that is easy enough for new writers and powerful enough for the pros.

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Round-up of newest resources for technical writers: pick the right documentation format and more

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We frequently post various resources to notify authors and technical writers about relevant news, articles, tips and tricks… to be as effective as possible at their daily jobs. Here is a selection of some recent resources we posted to various social networks. You should consider following us to get notified about future posts at: FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+. Picking the right format to publish your help files can be tricky.

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HelpNDoc is now on LinkedIn and FaceBook

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You can now connect to HelpNDoc on LinkedIn and follow us on FaceBook in addition to the Twitter account we already provided. We believe this will make it easier for HelpNDoc users to connect and share their knowledge and a great way for you to keep informed about HelpNDoc news and updates. This is also an opportunity to help us and spread the word about HelpNDoc to friends and colleagues and tell them what you think about it.

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The HelpNDoc team is now using Twitter

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Responding to user requests, the HelpNDoc team is now using the popular twitter platform to publish instant HelpNDoc related (or not) news, ideas, tips, thoughts… well basically anything that might be worth mentioning. So come follow us on twitter and let’s start tweeting.

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