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Join us as we celebrate our first 100 users. This is a very important milestone. To have the first hundred people believe in us.

After Sleepless nights😵‍💫, skull smashing 💀headaches, and my eyes 👀almost popping out of my head, we managed to finish building Contentre, and today…..

We have a solid 100 Users 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

We’re determined to celebrate our small wins because we’re almost 100% certain that they’ll be bigger wins pretty soon.

If you’re wondering what Contentre is about. It’s a dedicated website for technical writers that enables them to grow their technical writing careers in one place.

So what’s so special about it?—I’ll tell you😅

Every technical writer Jump from coding to finding, managing, and completing technical writing gigs. Organize all your content, manage clients, share samples, and publish your work to various places, all on Contentre

A portfolio builder for tech writers

So, that’s where Contentre comes in. You’re able to separate your work, organize them into different categories, and still generate different portfolio links to each topic or category

That way, if a client asks for a link, you’ll send them the link showing them work samples that are designed for that particular topic they want you to write on.

Isn’t that great?

As we progress we’ll add more amazing features so our users can get an amazing experience.

Join the family, Sign up now.

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Ready to ditch Google Drive? Try Contentre.

Contentre helps technical writers stay organized and gain more clients. Grow your technical writing career in one place.

Now that you’re here, let me briefly recap the most important features Contentre can offer you:

  • Organize your content in categories, topics, and tags
  • Create and manage multiple clients
  • Create and manage multiple personalized portfolios
  • Get statistical analytics of your content revenue, top categories, and tags.

Try it now. It’s free

Founder | Grow your technical writing career in one place.

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