How can you write an article for your Blog, a forum or for an online article submission site really fast? Well, it is fairly easy
once you get the hang of it and you should be able to write an article every ten minutes if you learn the secrets to pumping them out. First you need to concentrate on production, not on merely a single article at a time. For instance right now I have 152 articles I am working presently which will all be done by the end of this week.
What I recommend you do is to write down titles and spend a whole day doing this. On that day you may only write 10 articles, because you are spending time going through stacks of old newspapers, magazine articles, the Internet, Forums, Blogs, Trade Journals simply looking for things to write about. Your goal should be to produce 200 titles of articles; as you go through all this material you will be creating titles and putting them on a clipboard to later transfer each title to the top of a created Microsoft Word File.
Next when you have 200 titles stop writing titles and open all the files at once and write one sentence or paragraph on each and save it. If nothing comes to mind, close the file with nothing written. Remember production, it is all about the numbers forget the writer's block. This will take about 2-3 days to do. But while you are doing it you will find articles that your mind just keeps flowing with and you end up finishing them! Good transfer them to a new file;
'Finished Articles to Post'
After you complete this process you can start again at the beginning of the remaining unfinished, one-quarter finished and not started articles and start adding to them, eventually you will finish some and some you will not. The ones you do
transfer to the finished articles to post file and start going through the unfinished ones. Eventually you will finish them all, except for a few. That's okay, delete them or carry them forward and start the next 200 titles the same way. That is how I do it and today I have 6150 articles written in 18-months, how many articles have you written? Consider this in 2006.