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Nov 18, 2022Liked by Xavier Coiffard

My withing habit is a bit different. I write my first draft in one go, without paying much attention to grammar mistakes.

The next day I review it and refine it further.

I'm using the same tools as you, except for the AI. I want my newsletters to be about my personal experiences and not just repeat the 5 points the AI picked up because it's all over the Internet.

So, for example, in my past issue, I wrote about keyword research like an AI never would because it is my process.

Aspirational-style articles will be big when everyone uses AI to generate long-form content.

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My perfect workflow is the same as you, but sometimes I can't have the 24 hrs to review it.

Regarding AI, I use it to give me some ideas. I don't copy and paste the content. It gives me a "boost" at the beginning with some extra ideas, then I wrote by myself

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I get it. I prepare my content ahead of time, so I have time to review it.

I'm curious how it's when AI can give you ideas, but I can soon try that in my blog platforms editor, and I'm looking forward to it!

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deletedNov 15, 2022Liked by Xavier Coiffard
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Taking notes are always super useful, even more when you have to produce content on a daily/weekly basis.

Where do you write theses notes?

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