I’ve started working on an online course on “writing for product managers.” It will come out in the next few months. In the process, useful tips about writing keep popping up.
These tips will help you make your product management writing more persuasive, easier to read, more engaging, and more effective overall.
Some of the tips reflect topics I’ve covered before. Others I will cover in the future. And some are just obvious! But they are all things I watch out for or use in my own writing.
You can think of this post as a teaser for the writing course itself. Subscribe to my mailing list to be sure to find out when the course becomes live.
And if you have an interest in the course, leave a comment. Let me know what would help you most in your product management writing.
If there’s an existing post related to the tip, I link to it (or them). The first five tips apply to any writing you do, for any audience:
For writing targeted toward the customer or prospect:
For writing that’s targeted toward developers and designers:
Do you have writing tips that you use or recommend, especially in the context of product management? Let me know in the comments.
And, if you have an interest in the course, leave a comment. Help me understand what would help you most in your product management writing.
Your host and author, Nils Davis, is a long-time product manager, consultant, trainer, and coach. He is the author of The Secret Product Manager Handbook, many blog posts, a series of video trainings on product management, and the occasional grilled pizza.
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