How to Write 1000 Articles in a month?

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This year, I am going to set challenges every month.

Jan is got getting in Shape. I know I can do this as I am already working out from last few months and have to care for a proper diet.

In Feb, I want to write 1000 Articles (sadly its a 28 day month) I'll have to average 35 articles a day. The max I've ever done is 300 Articles in 30 days with articles averaging 300 words.

If I sit down to write for 12 hours (I am a full-time blogger and I usually have days like these). Now, 35 Articles a Day means 3 articles in an hour, not a problem, but not all the 12 hours are productive.

But the articles are not going to be research based, they will be news rewrites and on the topics I already know about.

Is this possible? Has anyone done this ever?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kalambur
    Do you write for your blog or for sale?
    What about quality?
    Don't you think that it is merely impossible to write an article in 15 minutes?
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    • Profile picture of the author asiogroup
      @Kalambur I own multiple blogs.
      Food Blog
      Tech Blog
      Life Tips Blog

      I have writers who create the content, I manage and work on other things, but I want to contribute to the tech blog because I have good command over it.

      I want to write articles that will be somewhere around 300-500 words long.

      Yes, I can Write one post in 15 minutes, but to post it on the blog, add images and proofread requires extra 15 minutes.
      Maybe I'll have to work more, like 15 hours. It's crazy, anyway I'll post the results here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wuconnect
    This is just my personal opinion about it. While I'm not saying that it can't be done, but how many of those 35 articles are of top Quality? The only reason I say that is because it would seem the name of the game would be to "finish up this article the quickest so I can move to the next one...I got deadlines" type of deal.

    So with that being said, unless you are writing for PLR sites or something, You should probably lower that number and focus on the quality of the article. Just my 2 cents.

    Of course if you want to try this 1000 articles a month goal, by all means letme know how the journey goes lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yosheena
    A bit bulky, I think you might just need an assistant. I do what you do on a daily basis.
    Hit me up if you need someone handy. My email is sheenazdevil@gmail.com and Skype sheenaz.devil

    Kind regards,
    Yosheena
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  • Profile picture of the author dmarc
    Setting goals is great, but you have to ask yourself this question: What benefit does this goal help you achieve?

    Setting a goal just for the sake of seeing if you can achieve it is not necessarily the most productive use of your time.

    Why do you want to write 1000 articles in a month? What is your end-game? When you look at it like this, you may find that you can achieve that benefit more effectively with a different goal. Would higher-quality content help you to more quickly/effectively achieve the benefit that you are seeking? If so, then a goal of 1000 articles in a month would not be the goal you want to set. You'd want to set a goal of however many QUALITY articles in a month. Just some food for thought.
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  • Profile picture of the author l23bc
    From over the years i have sat on my hard drive around 2 million PLR stuff from old sites i made and designed and sometimes what i do is check the PLR and re write a new article from that pending on what site i use then run checks with google to see if it comes Unique (No software or any of that Junk) Usually doing this makes around 10 articles a day pending as i said on niche i am working on) in a space of 20 mins whilst my team elsewhere write on the sites another 5 articles a day so that would work out after submitting around 170 articles a week or end of month 700 articles...so setting too high for 1000 can be acheivable but i would go around 600-700 a month i think imo,
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Only you can decide if you want to write 1000 articles in a month. To me it would mean low quality in general. I have never written that many in one month. I could do maybe 100-150 but they would be good quality. I would suggest going for quality over quantity because it will give you better results.
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  • Profile picture of the author ifediri
    quality over quantity
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  • Profile picture of the author asiogroup
    Thank you all so much for your suggestions and opinions regarding my 1000 article goal.

    One question I want to answer about the quality is. I'll write articles that will be unique, range between 300-500 words. Something like these Asif Ahmed, Author at Tech Tipper

    These articles are nicely formatted with images and steps. I want to write 1000 articles like that, however, it's just a number, I may work 15-18 hours a day and see if I can do 1000 in a month. I just want to see the max number of articles I can do that's it.

    I'll post my results here.

    Thanks to all once again for taking the time to writing.
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  • Profile picture of the author variannas
    If you want to kill yourself, go for it. Lol. Anyways, all joking aside...I admire your goal. I would be careful about typing all day.

    The reason being is because about a year ago I was writing 30 articles daily. I developed Carpel Tunnel Syndrome because of this and couldn't write for two weeks.

    I suggest using a program to help you sometimes. I tend to use Dragon speech to text. It will help you out when your hands are tired.
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    • Profile picture of the author asiogroup
      Originally Posted by variannas View Post

      If you want to kill yourself, go for it. Lol. Anyways, all joking aside...I admire your goal. I would be careful about typing all day.

      The reason being is because about a year ago I was writing 30 articles daily. I developed Carpel Tunnel Syndrome because of this and couldn't write for two weeks.

      I suggest using a program to help you sometimes. I tend to use Dragon speech to text. It will help you out when your hands are tired.
      This is scary. I tend to write a 300-word post in less than 15 minutes If I know about a topic.
      Taking 15 minutes break every 45 minutes. Makes it 3 articles an hour. Technically it will take 11 hours for 33 articles to achieve my goal of 1000 articles. But that's not humanly possible to keep writing like that.

      Let's see.
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  • Profile picture of the author angiecolee
    I believe in setting realistic goals with a tangible end benefit in mind.

    I don't just set goals to see if I can do it if I don't see what the end benefit is.

    But hey, to each his or her own.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kieran D
    Originally Posted by asiogroup View Post

    This year, I am going to set challenges every month.

    Jan is got getting in Shape. I know I can do this as I am already working out from last few months and have to care for a proper diet.

    In Feb, I want to write 1000 Articles (sadly its a 28 day month) I'll have to average 35 articles a day. The max I've ever done is 300 Articles in 30 days with articles averaging 300 words.

    If I sit down to write for 12 hours (I am a full-time blogger and I usually have days like these). Now, 35 Articles a Day means 3 articles in an hour, not a problem, but not all the 12 hours are productive.

    But the articles are not going to be research based, they will be news rewrites and on the topics I already know about.

    Is this possible? Has anyone done this ever?
    Anything is possible if you put your mind to it!

    However, I would question what is your motive for writing this many articles?

    More traffic? More conversions? More sales?

    I'm sorry but I would take one quality article any day of the week over many articles that offer no real value.

    If you can honestly hold your hand high and say you are offering great value in each article then go for it but if you are not doing this then it's a waste of time in my opinion.

    Kieran
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