Hey, this is Rahul. This blog cum guide is to teach you how to create a Proof of Work for Technical Writers. The term Proof of Work(PoW) means the same as it reads. Proof of work you have done before or working on right now. When it comes to technical writing, many technical writers don’t know how to create a portfolio that means something.

So in this simple and short guide, I will discuss Proof of Work, creating an effective profile, and many more important and amazing things.

If you are reading this guide I assume you have experience with technical terms and technologies at the beginner level.

What is Technical Writing?

Technical writing is the practice of creating content that focuses on the relationship between technical products and the people who use them.

It involves writing

And any other content used to communicate information about the technical aspects of products, systems, and processes.

Technical writers must possess a broad range of skills and knowledge, including familiarity with the product or service in question, as well as the ability to understand complex concepts and communicate them in plain language.

The median pay for technical writers in the US is $70,000+ per year according to Glassdoor.

What to Include in your Technical Writing Proof of Work?

Technical articles are meant to be providing solutions to a problem. So your proof of work must include all the necessary things like: