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Become A Blog Writer

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Working As A Blog Writer

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Mostly Sitting

  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $56,349

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Blog Writer does

  • Brainstorm and research blog topics for various clients.
  • Proofread, edited and transcribed interviews with industry-professionals, feature stories and book reviews for clarity, grammar and syntax.
  • Use Search Engine Optimization techniques to earn clients maximum internet visibility.
  • Understand and implement principles of Search Engine Optimization.
  • Composed original content on photography, film, CGI, advertising, company/employee-specifichighlights Composed content for company newsletter
  • Print Blog writing for Abroha Startup Company http://www.abroha.com/blogs/recycled-clothing/70223429- welcome-to-the-abroha-journal
  • Research and develop weekly blog articles about end-of-life services and cultural perspectives on death and dying.
  • Managed and edited all blog content on the website.
  • Created articles using WordPress and implemented various SEO techniques.
  • Drafted blogs to be published on firm's website that are based on research of appellate personal injury cases.
  • Composed content and maintained 4 company blogs to support online marketing strategy.
  • Researched and reported on real estate finance and elder law Implemented SEO strategies to increase readership
  • Consulted potential clients leading to sales.
  • Researched and wrote articles on current events
  • Contributed weekly blog entries tailored to engage conversation and increase viewership with online readers while utilizing SEO marketing skills
  • Developed a lively WordPress blog about issues of water scarcity, conservation, politics and human rights.
  • Published 145 articles to audience of 12,000 readers about monetary and economic issues.
  • Support for Oracle mobile app and Twitter.
  • Tweet for Official Twitter Page, @hurryupoffense1 http://www.ama028.tumblr.com https://twitter.com/HurryUpOffense1
  • Conduct interviews with industry experts.

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How To Become A Blog Writer

A college degree is usually required for a position as a technical writer. In addition, experience with a technical subject, such as computer science, Web design, or engineering, is important.


Employers generally prefer candidates with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, English, or communications. Many technical writing jobs require both a degree and knowledge in a specialized field, such as engineering, computer science, or medicine. Web design experience also is helpful because of the growing use of online technical documentation.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Some technical writers begin their careers as specialists or research assistants in a technical field. They eventually develop technical communication skills and assume primary responsibilities for technical writing. In small firms, beginning technical writers may work on projects right away; in larger companies with more standard procedures, beginners may observe experienced technical writers and interact with specialists before being assigned projects.


Many technical writers need short-term on-the-job training to adapt to a different style of writing.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Some associations, including the Society for Technical Communication, offer certification for technical writers. In addition, the American Medical Writers Association offers extensive continuing education programs and certificates in medical writing. These certificates are available to professionals in the medical and allied scientific communication fields.

Although not mandatory, certification can demonstrate competence and professionalism, making candidates more attractive to employers. It can also increase a technical writer’s opportunities for advancement.


Prospects for advancement generally include working on more complex projects and leading or training junior staff. Some technical writers become self-employed and produce work on a freelance basis.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Technical writers must be able to take complex, technical information and translate it for colleagues and consumers who have nontechnical backgrounds.

Detail oriented. Technical writers create detailed instructions for others to follow. As a result, they must be detailed and precise at every step so that the instructions can be useful.

Imagination. Technical writers must be able to think about a procedure or product in the way a person without technical experience would think about it.

Teamwork. Technical writers must be able to work well with others. They are almost always part of a team: with other writers; with designers, editors, and illustrators; and with the technical people whose information they are explaining.

Technical skills. Technical writers must be able to understand highly complex information. Many technical writers need a background in engineering or computer science in order to do this.

Writing skills. Technical communicators must have excellent writing skills to be able to explain technical information clearly.

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Blog Writer Demographics


  • Female

  • Male

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

  • Unknown

  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • Hebrew

  • Portuguese

  • Chinese

  • Mandarin

  • Dutch

  • German

  • Irish

  • Norwegian

  • Japanese

  • Greek

  • Armenian

  • Russian

  • Arabic

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Top Skills for A Blog Writer


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Top Blog Writer Skills

  1. Company Website
  2. Weekly Blog Posts
  3. Blog Topics
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Managed content for the company website, including product descriptions and general company information.
  • Edit and track the effectiveness of blog topics based on the number of viewers and comments.
  • Tailored posts to broaden the digital reach and brand awareness by employing SEO and keyword tagging techniques.
  • Maintained all Twitter, Facebook fan page, and blog posts.
  • Proofread, edited and transcribed interviews with industry-professionals, feature stories and book reviews for clarity, grammar and syntax.

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