TextExpander

TextExpander lets you instantly insert snippets of text using a quick search or abbreviation.

TextExpander lets you instantly insert snippets of text using a quick search or abbreviation.

Technical content

TextExpander approached us to provide technical articles for their blog.

We obliged by writing articles including:

Toby has used TextExpander for several years and loves the product. Here is his TextExpander review

We are both big believers in being productive when we work and using tools to our advantage, so working with TextExpander is a natural fit.

Client Testimonial

During the time I've worked with Toby, he's been pleasant to work with, flexible, and able to deliver on time.

Toby has been great at creating helpful content for the efficiency-minded developers out there. From an editor's perspective, he's good at bouncing ideas back and forth, takes feedback well, and delivers on time. He's also great at breaking down technical topics to discuss with the non-technical people on my marketing team.

As we've grown the content and marketing team he's been able to adjust with us, keeping calm, professional, and helpful.

He's even gone beyond the basic bounds of 'content writer' and pointed out some ways to improve the blog on the back end, giving extra time to help me out.

I'm very happy to have him on my team.

Tech Stack

Here is a non-exhaustive list of the technologies we've used in order to help TextExpander;

  • TextExpander
  • Bear
  • WordPress
  • Grammarly

Are you interested in working with us on a project? Please do get in touch.

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