One of the most important keys to writing copy that sells is being able to write copy quickly. Frequently the faster writer will get the jobs slow writers miss out on. And many times opportunities in the market place exist only for a short window – to take advantage of those you must be able to write copy quickly.
Today we will share five copy hacks you can use to boost your speed up to 5000 words per day.
Do not wear yourself out to get rich;
do not trust your own cleverness.
Cast but a glance at riches, and they are gone,
for they will surely sprout wings
and fly off to the sky like an eagle.Proverbs 23:4-5
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Any writer can boost their output to 2X or 3X whatever they’re writing currently. Some will be able to go as high as 5,000 words per day. Here are five hacks that can help you get there…
- Pre-writing and outlines
- Dictate don’t type.
- Use time block scheduling
- Write first, edit later
- Set goals and track word count.
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