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What's the difference between First Draft PRO and Quick Draft?
What's the difference between First Draft PRO and Quick Draft?

What's the difference between First Draft PRO and Quick Draft?

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Written by Handy Metellus
Updated over a week ago

Both First Draft PRO and Quick Draft aim to make your content creation process easier and more efficient.

However, there are key differences that set them apart:

Quick Draft

  • One-Click Draft Generator: With a single click, you can generate a basic draft for your blog post.

  • Foundation for Your Blog: Quick Draft gives you a starting point, requiring you to add research, SEO optimization, and other elements manually.

  • Monthly AI Word Allowances: The words generated in Quick Draft come from your monthly AI word allowances.

First Draft PRO

  • Single-Click Comprehensive Posts: In one click, generate a blog post that includes factual, researched, and SEO-optimized content.

  • Additional Features: First Draft PRO delivers key takeaways, citations, and more, saving you time on research and SEO efforts.

  • Credits-Based: First Draft PRO doesn't use word allowances; it operates on a credit system. Each plan includes a certain number of credits, and you have the option to purchase more.

So, if you're looking for a more hands-off, feature-rich experience, First Draft PRO is the way to go. If you prefer laying the groundwork and then building upon it manually, Quick Draft might be more your speed.

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