TNWiki Article Spotlight – Why You Should Enter the Technet Wiki Guru Competition

Hi everyone and welcome to the Tuesday TNWiki Article Spotlight.
This time, it' is a slightly different sort of article spotlight blog post.

In case you haven't noticed Ed's previous posts: we're looking for more contributors for the Guru Awards.

We've got some great articles from great contributors but like Oliver Twist: "Please, sir, we want some more".
When you suggest people to contribute, one thing they are likely to ask you or themselves is "why?".
It's only natural that potential contributors wonder why they should spend their time writing an article.

The aim of the article: Why You Should Enter the Technet Wiki Guru Competition is to give you something you can point them to, which will hopefully sell them on the idea.

As this is a Wiki article, you can add any extra selling points you can think of.
If in doubt, you could perhaps direct them to this blog or the Guru competition and the Wiki Ninja Belts on the TNWiki .

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Comments (9)

  1. Durval Ramos says:

    It’s only a phrase that’s attached to "TNGuru Awards" like an adjective:

    "We’ve got some great articles from great contributors".


    Thanks Andy

  2. Andy ONeill says:

    Good idea Ed,
    I think maybe a slightly different angle but amazing your co-workers is a good one.

  3. Also from Sandro:

    This article was included in next TechNet Wiki (Flipboard) Magazine May 2015 Edition

  4. Great point. I love it!

    For ticking the community box, the value there is that employers understand you’re writing up your learnings as you solve problems. Then you post it on the wiki and simply send your co-workers to that article. So it benefits them as a company… your article
    is helping out their other employees, and then there they’ll find more solutions on the Wiki and be even more efficient at their jobs!

  5. Saeid Hasani says:

    Great job buddy!
    Thanks for sharing!

  6. Chervine says:

    Well done Andy! Thanks for sharing!

  7. pituach says:

    Thanks for sharing Andy 🙂

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