Write as quickly as possible. Fix it, edit later.

Just start writing whatever it is you’re going to be writing and see what comes out. You should make an outline before you start writing, but once you sit down to do it, don’t stop until you’ve got the whole thing down. That it won’t be flawless is fine with me. As a matter of fact, the best copywriters often discard far over half of their initial manuscript.
This may sound laborious, but it really isn’t. A lot of good-sounding content may be written rapidly if you don’t stop to worry about word choice and punctuation. Then return to it and edit until it reads smoothly.

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