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Hi everyone! Have you ever been in a situation where you feel you can't write either(Technical or Non-Technical Content)? Well, I think that happened to virtually everyone when they started writing.
I will share awesome guides and resources to help you get started or take your writing skill to the next level.
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- Common Mistakes And Problems
- Promote your Contents
- Grammar & Punctuations
- Trigger Words
Common Mistakes And Problems
This is a curated list of resources that guides you from having a common error in your content with detailed explanations and descriptions of each error.
This resource will find common grammar questions related to English grammar, additional explanations, and examples.
A list of common English language problems and how to solve them. This list was compiled through an extensive archive of postings to alt.usage.english by John Lawler, Linguistics, U. Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Promote your Contents
We have several platforms where you can promote your content. Yeah! But why do you need to promote your content?
You need to remember your audience whenever you are writing content (either Technical or Non-Technical). Promoting your content helps you reach a larger audience where you can share your story, teach, and contribute by sharing guides on how to do something.
I will be sharing some platforms where I am pretty sure you can grow your audience and also be part of the community.
Hashnode is a dev blogging platform that allows you to create a blog, add a custom domain, write articles, and many more.
DEV Community is an amazing platform created for dev blogging getting together to help one another out.
It is a nonprofit community that helps you learn to code by building projects. It consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, online publications, and local organizations.
Hackernoon is a huge platform with lots of developers. In this community, you can find lots of community builders where you can read and write technical articles.
It’s a platform where you can learn to grow your blog as a developer without an existing audience.
Grammar & Punctuations
Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing which Covers the grammar rules and word choice guidelines that can confound even the best writers.
This is a quick and useful crash course in English punctuation.
This is a beneficial site that helps to improve your writing, word, sentence, paragraph, etc.
This site contains writing tips about ampersands, punctuation, character spacing, apostrophes, semicolons and commas, the difference between i.e. and e.g. etc.
Extensive guidance on grammar and style for technical writing.
“Purdue University maintains an online writing lab and I spent some time digging through it. Originally the goal was to grab some good tips that would help me out at work and on this site, but there is simply too much not to share.”
The Visual Dictionary Online is an interactive dictionary with an innovative approach. What do I mean by innovation approach? From the image to the word and its definition, the Visual Dictionary Online is an all-in-one reference.
Online Spell Checker provides quick and accurate results for texts in 28 languages (German, English, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, etc.).
Grammarly helps people understand one another whenever and wherever they communicate. Every day, 30 million people use our AI-powered product to strengthen their writing and say what they really mean.
This is a one-click English dictionary for Windows that can look up words in almost any program, It has a great offline feature.
Apart from counting words and characters, the online editor can help you to improve your word choice and writing style and, optionally, help you to detect grammar mistakes and plagiarism.
I hope you find this resourceful and useful. Feel free to add yours in the comment section; I will update the post immediately.
See you in my next blog article. Take care!!!