Technical Writing Jobs

Being an expert in your field as a scientist, engineer, programmer and product developer need technical writing experts to help them break that gap and introduce their inventions and products in a more easy and understandable way for ordinary readers. While you may have the knowledge and experience to discuss your topic in depth, your brilliance may be lost in the pages of incorrect writing.

To avoid this pitfall, Freelancer.com gives you access to professional freelance writers with the information and resources necessary to handle technical writing for you, helping the pieces to appear more professional. Technical writing jobs vary from reading and writing example code, to updating FAQs, to drafting product announcements.

Freelancer.com supplies technical writing freelancers with thousands of projects, having clients from all over the world looking to have their job done professionally and settling for nothing but the best. If you believe you can do that, then start bidding on technical writing projects and get paid with an average of $30 per project depending on the size and nature of your work.

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    I need someone to write blog post about plantation shutters. The content can be for anything shutter related. There could be mulitple winners for this. Our site is [login to view URL] Please use this as an example. [login to view URL] Up to 3 winners. Must be Original work.

    $51 (Avg Bid)
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    We are looking for a technically skilled project manager and/or developer to create a Development Roadmap for a margin focused cryptocurrency exchange like BitMex/Bybit/BaseFex. The roadmap should contain the complete process in detail from choosing the right hardware to launching to final exchange to the public, with all necessary milestones.

    $177 (Avg Bid)
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    1 entries

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