Zero-to-10: 7-Day Writing Course For Developers

ConvertKit Wouldn’t Make $17,000,000/Year If Nathan Didn’t Blog Weekly First

Blogging Alone Won't Make You a Millionaire, But It's a Start

Before there was ConvertKit, there was Nathan’s blog. Before Stack Overflow, Joel Spolsky there was Joel on Software. Writing is a career-advancing superpower, but when you try it, does it feel like the result is less than super?

It Might Be Time To Take Your Blog Off The Back Burner

Writing has both internal and external benefits. When you share and teach others, you build reputation and authority. Also, it helps you analyze your thinking and improve your communication skills. It’s like training at the gym, preparing for game day. When you’re sitting across from a client, at a company meeting, or on stage, you don’t want to be caught off-guard. What if instead, you didn’t impostor because not only have you worked through similar problems before, you can show your work.

Here’s The Secret: Writing Isn’t Magic, It’s a Process

Writing is ordinary craft. It does not require inspiration, talent or superhuman abilities. All it takes is a bit of empathy and effort. This 7-day course helps you build the frameworks and processes you need to build a writing habit. Here’s what you’ll learn:

Your Syllabus, If You Choose To Accept It

  1. Understand why you should write, and defining your personal motivation
  2. Define who it is your writing for
  3. Choosing and setting up a publishing platform
  4. Create a list of topic ideas
  5. Build drafts from topics
  6. Build quality posts from drafts
  7. Build a process to do it consistently


Take Zero-to-10: The Course Designed To Turn Developers into Writers, Teachers, and Experts

Each lesson comes with action steps, so you can apply what you’ve learned. When you’re done, you will have published at least one article, and have everything you need to continue publishing consistently.

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    “A good writer is about more than words. Good writers know how to communicate. They make things easy to understand. They can put themselves in someone else's shoes. They know what to omit. They think clearly. And those are the qualities you need.”Getting Real