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How Fast Can You Really Write?

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 16

How fast can you really write when you have nothing specific to say but you simply want to write a lot? Hi my name is Ernie and I am writing this article rapid fire for InfoBarrel. What I have to say here does not matter as much as the mesothelioma keywords that I embed into my articles for higher CPC per article that makes me a lot of money using the Adsense publishers program.

I like to blog and write random stuff. People say that looks like a funky article re-writer you used but in all reality I just rapid fired out this article by punching the keys on my laptops keyboard as fast as I could with whatever came to my mind.

If I had one of the audio to text things I could rapidly write articles even faster. Speech to text editors would allow me to become rich writing rapid fire articles for InfoBarrel. Why don't I simply buy one of those awesome Speech to text programs? For less than 100 dollars I could buy one and once I got pass the learning curve I could bolt out like say 30 articles per day for InfoBarrel. Each month I would have about 900 new articles on InfoBarrel along with a lot of Amazon gift certificates.

I write this article quickly to demonstrate that I cannot always make a great article by simply typing fast whatever came to my mind but I bet once I re-read this article that I rapid fire typed it will be better than some of the Filipino writers who write for 50 cents per article.

What if you could write 50 articles per day for InfoBarrel and publish them each day. At the end of a year you would have around 18,000 articles published and be making some Dang great money. Imagine that, 18,000 articles published on InfoBarrel! No more writing for upfront money for me.

Note: This Article took about 3 minutes to write and about 15 minutes to spell check it.



Aug 22, 2010 6:16am
Love it - 3 minutes, wow
Aug 22, 2010 7:48am
I am pretty sure that quality is going to better than quantity in this game. Not that I am saying there is anything wrong with these types of short articles, but if you don't research the keywords and write on things that people are actually looking for information on, you won't get the page views/clicks.
Sep 6, 2010 9:46am
Sorry to complain, but I really have a problem with this.
Does InfoBarrel just have to be a means to an end? That is, does it just have to be about the money?
Why don't you enjoy the process of writing. Write the best that you can, however long it takes. Personally, I find it much more rewarding that way. And as retireyoung stated, the money will flow in anyways.
Sep 6, 2010 5:25pm
You go ahead and write for fun. I will write for money. If you notice I also have a lot of fun writing.
Sep 7, 2010 2:01pm
I write for both, but for enjoyment first and foremost. And if you also write for enjoyment, that's great.
Sorry - I didn't mean it as a personal attack.
Sep 8, 2010 6:09am
This is just an example of how people can write even if the have writers block.
Sep 8, 2010 5:24am
haha, I like the term "rapid fire article"
Sep 8, 2010 6:14am
Thanks Scheng!

You are busy commenting. It seems most of the articles I have read lately have a comment from you! Great job on helping keep people interested here on InfoBarrel.
Sep 8, 2010 10:28pm
Great article ....keep those stories coming...
Nov 14, 2010 8:19pm
Wow it takes me at least fifteen minutes per article, and that's trying to go 'rapid-fire'!
Nov 27, 2010 5:36am
I can easily write a 400-500 word article in 15 minutes, but if I have to do researxh that slows me down a lot.
Dec 8, 2010 11:01am
This article really made me laugh! But 3 minutes - amazing. That's even pretty fast for typing.
Dec 13, 2010 12:43am
Yeah, but the spell checking slowed me way down. lol
Feb 28, 2011 7:45pm
I guess practice makes a master. I believe this is a way to train your mind to come up with new ideas.
Mar 16, 2011 2:18am
It cracks me up when people talk about writing a certain number of articles per day such as 30 or 100 or whatever. I've written two articles in 4 months. It actually took me a couple hours per article. I guess the speed would come with time. I would be happy with one great article per week. Rapid fire article...yes that is funny...
Jun 16, 2011 12:14am
I am new to Infobarrel. This will be something to try out for myself on rapid fire article. Thanks.
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