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 MILLIONS of unique articles and stories inside!  Eliminate writer's block with First Draft, a contextual, content generation text editor with over 5,000 sentence prompts and over 15,000 common phrases. First Draft is appropriate for online freelance writers, content providers, bloggers, and everyone else who struggles with a sudden loss of words. The software generates comprehensible articles and stories in mere seconds with keyword support, template editing, an automated spelling and grammar corrector, a word requirements - pricing - and earnings meter, and more.
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850,001 Reasons to Upgrade First Draft
Friday, April 21, 2017

Today is a special day for First Draft.

Not only is the software more advanced than before; it's bigger, better-looking, and three years old today! Here's a peek at what's new and what's old. Read more »

Stay Focused While Writing with First Draft
Monday, March 20, 2017

How many times are you distracted while writing? Depending on what's going on in both your environment and your head, the number could be surprisingly high. That's why First Draft provides five tools designed to pull your attention back to the screen and keep you focused on each writing assignment. Here's what you need to finish an article shortly after it's started. Read more »

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Paragraphing in First Draft
Friday, March 10, 2017

Paragraphing in writing is the process of separating a large chunk of text into easily readable sections. With First Draft's content generation, paragraphing is not only automatic; it's customizable. Starting with version 4.5.8.14, writers can insert specific types of paragraphs into an existing article with just a single click. This gives writers more opportunities to control the direction of the material that they're developing whether it's a scientific research paper or a short skit or play. Here's how. Read more »

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Five Innovative Ways to Brainstorm Story Ideas
Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Every fiction writer has their own, preferred method of brainstorming story ideas. That's why First Draft gives writers five innovative ways to generate new plots, new dialogue, new twists, and even new words. Here's what to use when you want a different angle. Read more »

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Take a Widely Discussed Topic and Give It Your Own Spin with First Draft
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Though there is a plethora of subjects to write about, one problem that writers have is putting their own spin on a widely discussed topic. Many people -- including myself -- approach topics from a factual point of view. It's what we're taught to do in school, and it's what we're told to do as online content providers. Of course, the problem with that approach is that it not only lends to needless, boring repetition; it can cause serious problems with SEO rankings when everyone literally parrots one another.

Fortunately, there are a few tools inside First Draft that will help you lend a unique voice to virtually anything.

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