One of the main reasons why First Draft was created is to improve writing speed. It was created on the premise that an improved writing process enables quick adaption to challenging circumstances. Unfortunately, many writers can't adequately keep up with today's demand for content. (I was one of them.) And although they may easily pump out one or two articles rather quickly, they struggle with the rest of the day's quota and stare at a blank page while thinking of what to say. (I did the same thing.)|
That is, until First Draft. First Draft streamlines the writing process in several ways.
With Its Template FunctionFirst Draft's Template function generates unique and relevant content each time a template is opened inside its interface. When used with specific data packs, it almost completes the entire writing process without the need for time-consuming proofreading and/or editing. Video Demonstration
With Its Article Part FunctionFirst Draft's Article Part function streamlines the writing process by inserting chunks of related information into existing, pre-written content. It inserts different types of paragraphs, lists, examples, summaries, and more -- all of which contextually adapt to an article's current topic. Video Demonstration
With Its Auto-complete FunctionFirst Draft's Auto-complete Function not only finishes sentences as they're typed, it successfully prevents writer's block, which is known to corrupt the writing process and cause costly delays. Video Demonstration
With Its Data Pack FunctionFirst Draft's Data Pack function streamlines the writing process by automatically and contextually placing key words and phrases into their appropriate places. This way, writers can quickly address the specifics that makes an article unique and original. Video Demonstration
Whether it's for your own Internet writing or blogging, or for a freelance writing job or client, First Draft can streamline the writing process in any circumstance. Even new writers can generate content as fast as a pro with First Draft. So take it as a pathway to increased writing speed. If you're anything like I am, you have plenty of writing projects somewhere that would benefit.