Someone who’s responsive, communicative, and has excellent writing and proofreading skills
Proven experience in the data industry (software engineering, data analytics, data science), or equivalent technical knowledge
Ability to understand and synthesize complex data topics for data community consumption
A portfolio of published technical work (e-books, articles, etc)
Preferably, knowledge of SEO best practices
We’ll chat about our expectations, you can communicate your expectations, and we’ll set a solid foundation for success. 💪
This can vary depending on if you have content ideas of your own, what your background/specialty is, if we have a backlog of ideas in our idea farm, etc. Either way, we’ll be on the same page (no pun intended 🤭) before you start writing.
You’ll create an outline in a Google doc; we’ll review and leave feedback to direct you in the drafting process.
Long story short (We’re 🔥 with the puns): This is usually the most iterative part of the process. You can start drafting in the same Google Doc as the outline and, once you’ve finished the first pass, our content marketing manager will prompt a technical POC to review your draft from a technical perspective.
If there are technical comments, you’ll be prompted to modify your article accordingly. Ideally, all technical issues will be caught during the first pass, but this may take a couple of rounds to perfect.
If there are no technical modifications requested, our content marketing manager will copy edit your article (and give you feedback so you can improve your writing moving forward!
We will publish the article on our blog under your byline (if you prefer to stay anonymous, that’s cool, too!). Then, we’ll distribute the article on our social media platforms to get the word out. You can cross-post the article on other platforms like Medium or your personal blog as long as you are able to add a canonical link to the article URL on the Airbyte website.