Those who know me or follow me often ask me how I get so much done in a day. I have many techniques that I use. But fast writing comes with practice as well. Someone not used to being this productive will likely have to build it up over time.
I have been writing for years. So this is not something that just came to me overnight. In fact, when i first started, I was lucky to get one article done in a week. My highest record is 35 articles in a day. However, that is obviously not every day and would generally be things I would write from personal experience and not need to research.
Start at a comfortable pace and gradually add more each day to build yourself up. Try some of my productivity techniques along with that. Practice, practice, practice -- aka write, write, write. I know from experience that if you try to write more than you can handle, your final product will suffer.
It's not a competition. Each person writes at their own pace and in their own style. Therefore, there is really no fair way to compare by the number of articles or blog posts produced each day. Besides, we're all in this together. Practice often and you too can be a fast writer -- at your own personal fast pace.
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