Technical Marketing Content for Software Startups
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If you know the types of things your customers are searching for, you can cater to your content accordingly.

If your customers are software developers, you know they're searching for in-depth technical tutorials. This week, contributor Josh Alletto offered some of the things he's learned about writing great technical tutorials on our blog.
How to Write a Technical Tutorial
While being technically correct is critical, there's more than just raw facts and code in a strong tutorial.

Karl Hughes
Founder,
Draft.dev
Weekly Reading
Ghostwriter Daniel Rosehill does a great job laying out the relationship between thought leadership and content marketing writing in this column in Entrepreneur.
When you're just starting out, what kind of traffic can you realistically expect on your blog? Content marketing agency, Animalz, lays out the numbers in this Tweet and corresponding blog post.
It's hard to justify paying for stock images on your blog when your company is just getting off the ground. In this post, I've collected some of my favorite sources for free stock images on the web.
Most engineering leaders don’t think about their team’s brand too much, but it’s being defined whether you take an active role in shaping it or not. If you’re not putting anything out there, someone else will.
Writing tutorials on Medium means you are putting them behind a paywall, thus restricting learning (and customer-building) opportunities.
Draft can help you generate content for your technical blog.
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