Writing - Is there a quicker way?

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Hi,
I am wondering if there is a quicker way to write many articles for my blogs, directory articles etc? Writing is very time consuming and at times a bit tedious process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
    Originally Posted by jsanderz View Post

    Hi,
    I am wondering if there is a quicker way to write many articles for my blogs, directory articles etc? Writing is very time consuming and at times a bit tedious process.
    Regards.
    Instead of writing many, focus on writing a few really good ones. Google and your visitors will reward you.
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  • Profile picture of the author KatyaSenina
    same question here...most of the time I just hate it and at times I love it.

    I don't plan to outsource it either, maybe when I'm rich, only then
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      • Profile picture of the author jsanderz
        Wow that was fast.
        Thank you to all of you for your advice, it looks like less is more.
        I think I will try dragon naturally speaking.
        Regards.
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      • Profile picture of the author KatyaSenina
        Originally Posted by Waddle View Post

        Buy a quality microphone and use Dragon Naturally Speaking.
        wow this sounds like something worth trying...
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  • Profile picture of the author ramkarthik
    You can try Dragon Naturally Speaking software. I think that is the best way to get the writing work done without writing.
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  • Profile picture of the author deanfz
    You can get dragon naturally speaking. only thing you will need is a microphone of course. At the beginning the software won't understand you that good. After a few articles it should get more precise.
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  • Profile picture of the author GarryMSayer
    Seven quick tips that have helped me enjoy my writing more and enabled me to write quicker and better.

    1). Voice recognition software like Dragon Naturally Speaking - I love this software. It can take a while to learn your voice, how you speak and transcribe it correctly but when it does the results are excellent.

    2). Transcription Services - Although these can be expensive - recording yourself, speaking fast and then having it transcribed by someone else can save you lots of time. A cheaper alternative is to record yourself speaking and then transcribe it yourself. Some great free software for doing just this is called audacity. Here's the link: Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder

    3). Do a typing course to improve your speed - I fondly remember a certain Mavis Beacon Typing Course available for PCs that showed you how to type faster and then measures how fast you actually type so that way you can see your progress and sustain motivation.

    4). Learn and research your niches thoroughly so you become an expert and are able to crank out the content quickly and easily.

    5). When are you more inclined to be productive? First thing in the morning, mid-day or in the evening. Find your peak time(s) and make sure you are writing during that time. Lose any possible distractions like mobile phones, multiple browser windows etc. and write in bursts without stopping for about an hour, don't worry about correcting or editing your work you can do that later, just write. The more you do this the quicker you'll write and the longer your 'bursts of writing' will be.

    7). Find your writing personality or your inner voice. Take confidence in the way you express yourself and your opinions and let that shine through in your writing. Don't try and emulate another writer's style of writing, when you do write just be yourself then you'll discover the content will flow more naturally and you WILL write a lot quicker.

    Hope this helps.

    Garry.

    P.S. This was written in about 2 minutes using Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 with one minute's editing.
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      Thank you for your generous posting of info. Wanted to press the thank you button but it is not there for some reason.
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    Jonathan Leger just happens to have a steal of a deal on his software going on right now that you may want to checkout and consider! Unfortunately he just removed the sale (as I posted this). Oh well, you may want to contact him and say pretty Please! It was on sale for $27 bucks!
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    • Profile picture of the author GarryMSayer
      Originally Posted by Dave777 View Post

      Jonathan Leger just happens to have a steal of a deal on his software going on right now that you may want to checkout and consider! Unfortunately he just removed the sale (as I posted this). Oh well, you may want to contact him and say pretty Please! It was on sale for $27 bucks!
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      Really!

      I paid $97 for my copy and after using it for only a couple of hours I felt like I should've worn a balaclava when I purchased it.

      For $97 it's a steal. $27 is just outright lunacy!!!
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    The deal is still on until midnight tonight:

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  • Profile picture of the author AndyBlackSEO
    Yes, Jons Answer Analyst has been on offer for $27 for a few days now. If you are wanting to gather content quickly when researching different niches then it's a great tool. I've had it since its launch ages ago and for $27 you can't go wrong.
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    • Profile picture of the author janisv
      Originally Posted by Cecille20 View Post

      Or you can hire someone that can write your article. I know there many out there like here in my country who offers 1$ in a one article. That's my cousin business
      I would like to know more about this. PM please
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  • Profile picture of the author uncle randy 71
    If you are in America, you can sign up for Google Voice, for free. When you call the designated number and speak clearly, the voice mail that you leave will be transcribed and recorded for you and left in your inbox. You can then copy, paste, edit and presto a new article.
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    • Profile picture of the author Peter.Anthony
      Originally Posted by uncle randy 71 View Post

      If you are in America, you can sign up for Google Voice, for free. When you call the designated number and speak clearly, the voice mail that you leave will be transcribed and recorded for you and left in your inbox. You can then copy, paste, edit and presto a new article.

      Awesome idea. I have Google voice but never thought of using it that way.

      Thanks!
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  • Originally Posted by jsanderz View Post

    Hi,
    I am wondering if there is a quicker way to write many articles for my blogs, directory articles etc? Writing is very time consuming and at times a bit tedious process.
    Regards.
    Hi,

    You might also check out Magic Article Rewriter for quickly generating multiple variants of your single article ... a great timesaver! Alexander Krulik is a warrior member and has a special WSO for warriors ... I do not recommend auto-spinning of articles ... you can use this to replace words and sentences with meaningful synonyms and phrases and generate unique variants of the single article ...

    All the best,

    Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author TimS
    I couldn't live without Dragon NaturallySpeaking. The real key, for me, was to use a quality microphone. I use the Andrea ANC700 with an Andrea USB Soundpod (soundpod from eBay). I also have an xTag wireless lapel microphone that I use on my desktop full time.

    I do well over 100 WPM with very few errors. Not only is it quick, I can sit back in my chair while I am writing and my wrists no longer ache all of the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author romesaranto
    Vista premium has a built in Voice to text feature. It's pretty handy.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Manetzke
      I use Google voice every once in a while, mostly when I am in the car. It works pretty well, you need to read over it carefully and make some changes but it makes it easier for me to knock out a few articles when otherwise I wouldn't be able too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Victor.L
      Originally Posted by romesaranto View Post

      Vista premium has a built in Voice to text feature. It's pretty handy.

      It might be free but i feel that Dragon Naturally Speaking is much more responsive and intelligent in order to recognize what you are saying.

      My order of preference for writing is this :

      DNS
      Typing
      Visa

      Although , I type better and faster . Dns makes the job a bit less boring.
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  • Profile picture of the author khairulazan
    What do you means by many articles for your blog?

    My opinion is there should be a balance aming quantity and quality.

    You don's have to post everyday buat make sure your posts are best information and high quality. People will waiting for your post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lee Ka Hoong
    Outsource your articles is the fastest way, but you need to spend some money for that. So ensure that you can earn back the money that you spent for outsourcing. I'm doing this for my new blog, I spent about $350 to outsource 100 articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author ccschooledu
    I agree with Kid Killer. Try outsourcing. You can check out at getafreelancer.com or odesk.com and hire writers. But you need money of course to pay them.. =)
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  • Profile picture of the author STKING
    I write most of my own articles for various sites. Most writers that I have hired have just had a 'cold' impersonal voice that just doesn't translate to the reader. So, take the time and write a few good pieces...it gets easier the more you do it.
    I can now generate a decent press release in less than 10 minutes. A great one in 30, but who has that time?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Williams
    Outsource can be the way to go, but you need to get good writers.

    I would go for less articles, but high quality ones. You can get the traffic you need with 10-20 well distributed articles. Transform your articles into video, podcasts, PowerPoint presentations, press releases, etc. And distribute them. You will be better off that writing dozens of "regular articles" for sure
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  • Profile picture of the author GarryMSayer
    Outsourcing your writing is ok providing you have the money to do it.

    KidKiller previously mentioned he paid $350 for 100 articles - that's a good price and more than enough content you'll ever need for one website.

    However I question the quality of these articles, for that kind of price they'll probably need a bit of tweaking and editing?

    Kevin Riley and Alex Williams both made a great point in this thread in regard to writing a few articles and ensuring they are quality articles. In my opinion that is a key point. Why pay for or even write a ton of articles with unengaging, boring and repetitive content?

    Give me 10 unique articles with quality and helpful content than say 50 articles that have been hastily put together and invariably are poorly conceived rewrites of each other.

    Writing articles can be fun and the more you write the quicker you'll write too.

    Whether you are selling your own digital products on clickbank, writing a ton of articles for an article marketing campaign or posting content on your blogs, unless you are providing quality and helpful content then all the killer sales copy, targeted traffic you gain with your SEO / backlinking campaigns and not to mention the elongated late nights of 'eyeball overload' will all be totally wasted.

    Give me quality rather than quantity any day of the week.

    Garry.
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  • Profile picture of the author tommen
    There is a fantastic tool called utilityposter that is very good. (utilityposter.com)
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    • Profile picture of the author jsanderz
      Hi everyone,
      Thank you for all your replies, it seems to me that Dragon is the way to go.

      There is a fantastic tool called utilityposter that is very good. (utilityposter.com)
      I have watched the video and it looks quite good. Has anyone actually tried it?
      Regards.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlo_sim
    Go to odesk and outsource your writing. Some of the workers their can make you 2-3 articles in an hour. If you are lucky you can actually get a cheap writer for just $2 an hour and some of them are really good. One way to get a cheap but quality writers is to hire someone that has no ratings yet. The providers there are willing to work there for a small amount of money provided that you give them a good rating. The reason for this is because if they get plenty of good ratings they can actually bid for a higher price. Ask for a sample of her writing then hire him/her if you are happy with it. This way you could focus on more important task like researching for a new profitable niche.
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    • Profile picture of the author tgilberg
      Getting rid of perfectionism is another way to speed up your writing.

      Someone once said this about internet marketing: "It's amazing how much money you can make without being perfect."

      I'm not saying don't edit your material or fix typos, but if you find yourself agonizing over simple word or punctuation choices, that can slow you down.

      I've also found this helpful: I give myself a set time to write something and make myself stick to it. In other words, a deadline.

      That might seem like obvious advice, but I find that that the time to write something is expandable or shrinkable to whatever your own expectations are.
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      • Profile picture of the author tigertale
        Does anyone know if Dragon Naturally Speaking works with pre-recorded audios? (my own voice)
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        • Profile picture of the author Lawrh
          Originally Posted by tigertale View Post

          Does anyone know if Dragon Naturally Speaking works with pre-recorded audios? (my own voice)
          DNS 10 Preferred does this. You have to do a separate training for the recorder, but it works very well.
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        • Profile picture of the author la dominatrix
          Originally Posted by tigertale View Post

          Does anyone know if Dragon Naturally Speaking works with pre-recorded audios? (my own voice)
          No it does not unfortunately
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    You can try mass article creator
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  • Profile picture of the author DeonKrey
    Outsourcing is the best way for you to be helped in the process since these people who have been hired for example to write articles is part of their training and expertise and there'll be no time wasted - provided that you also have to pay attention on keeping track of their work so you still have the "touch" on these articles even in its approach to the audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kella Bella
    Just an fyi on Dragon Speak-I got mine from Amazon.com and it came with the headset I think for under $40 about 4 months ago and I got free shipping too. Was a great deal so check that out if that's the program you want to go with :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Oluwatoyin
    I think it depends majorly on the purpose of the writing.

    I believe in delivering both quality and at the same time
    have high quantity.

    Talking about outsourcing.

    Who says outsourcing is not okay for quality stuffs?

    It depends on the people who write for you.
    Personally, I do not get writers from all these freelance
    sites.

    The people who write for me are college undergraduates
    and that is because I have access to them anyway.

    Using dragon speaking is still going to consume a lot
    of your time because you still have to know what you
    want to say, say it and then work on editing.

    I like to only spend my time writing very compulsory
    stuffs like the mail to my list or my sales copies.

    The others are outsourced.

    And funny enough, I didn't learn to outsource
    early enough but when I got the idea and I
    started, it has been worth it...really good.
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    • Profile picture of the author JR Rich
      Well, my favorite way of creating a new article is to take a quality (or semi-quality) PLR source and "Re-Tool" it into something new and dramatic!

      As several very smart people have mentioned here on the Warrior Forum, "Everything Has Already Been Done!" Assuming that's true, we might as well take good PLR and put our own voice on it, ya know?

      Of course, the real trick to using PLR is to re-tool it ...
      • Without having to spend more time than just writing it from scratch
      • Making sure that the continuity of the article remains intact.
      • Making sure that it doesn't read like it was 'spun.'
      Which brings me to the subject of "Article-Spinning" -- Just say NO! Spun articles read like garbage and certainly aren't going to impress any prospects with your message!

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      • Profile picture of the author Syndicator
        Like most people, the way you speak and the way you write is different.

        Whilst Dragon Naturally Speaking has been available for many years and keeps getting better and better, I would recommend investing some time in typing software or typing lessons.

        I bought one for my children called typing tournament and whilst it is aimed at younger children it is very effective for learning touch typing.

        If you can type faster than Dragon can understand you, which is likely if you can get some reasonable speed, then you can output more faster, which is what you are after.

        So far as outsourcing, I prefer to build a brand with my personality as part of building ME as brand for online differentiation. Outsourcing gives your brand someone else's voice, opinion and personality.

        Your most important and powerful asset is you and your ability to build you as a brand so why male your blog or articles in a strangers voice?
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        • Profile picture of the author StacyHolmes
          Hi

          A note on Dragon Naturally Speaking -

          I've had to use DNS extensively in the past and the number of errors can be frustrating and distracting. My advice to you, if you are going to use it - is to spend some time training it. Just "using it" doesn't increase the accuracy, or should I say, doesn't increase accuracy well.

          There are numerous training sessions included in the software. Start at the easy ones and do the others as soon as you can - either all at once or one per day, etc. - until you get to the advanced ones. By the time you've completed a couple advanced training sessions, DNS is starting to recognize your voice accurately. Before that, it's hit and miss and believe me, you're going to want to throw the thing out the window. But training it is the solution.

          As far as what to write and making writing easier - that can be tricky.

          For me, I found that the more I write, the easier it gets. It's like a water pump. You pump the handle and you pump the handle and nothing comes out. But if you keep it up, the water starts to flow easily and next thing you know, you've got a flood.

          Many times, the problem is finding things to write about. You have to find what works best for you, but if you have a topic or a way to find a topic, that's your first step. Then, have numerous resources at hand which means owning lots of books, paying for subscriptions, etc.

          Browse your resource materials for ideas related to the topic. Find as many different articles or sources as possible and read everyone's ideas. Research as deeply as you feel you need. Then after letting it gel, turn around and give your take on it.

          This method works well (finding a topic, researching, then writing) because it helps bridge gaps you might have that would cause writer's block. It also can be a confidence booster because you're fresh with the latest thoughts on the subject and usually while you're reading someone else's ideas, you will get ideas about what to say yourself. The reading gives you fuel for writing, in a way.

          Then let it flow. Just start putting things down and don't worry about how it sounds or looks. Just get things out of your head, or force them out of your head.

          Sometimes when I get stuck, I like to go back to the beginning and start editing to make it sound good. That will usually spawn a new thought to add or replace in the copy. I work my way down the page like that and before I know it, I've got something written.

          The more I do this, the easier it gets.

          Hope this helps someone else!
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    Rewrite PLR content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kaz Moriarty
    The very first reply--by Kevin Riley--gives the best answer.

    "Instead of writing many, focus on writing a few really good ones. Google and your visitors will reward you."
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  • Profile picture of the author MassiveMarketer
    If it's time consuming for you, better to have some outsourced and still do a bit of writing yourself. It's always good to write every now and then until ideas just come flying out of your head and on to your blogs. You won't notice it but you'll be doing more and more each time. The best writer you'll always have is you.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonAlfredsson
    The best and easiest way is to outsource it. Hire someone that can write articles or content for you also submit the articles to article directories. Along with that you can also assign other tasks to make the salary worth it.
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    Hire a warrior to write them for you. There are a lot of great ones here.
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  • Profile picture of the author tyroneshum
    Gary's 4th, 5th and 6th points are great if you can do all the writing yourself and if you have all the time to write without even bothering of managing earning opportunities other than written content.

    Alternatively, you CAN outsource your writing to an expert with a valuable full-time wage. There are lots of great writers from the Philippines who I believe can write in American tone with flawless grammar but of course, it takes some time finding for the right one. Few of my recommended steps for this is to first, find a freelance website or a proven outsourcing firm for this, secondly, contacting these top candidates, thirdly, shortlisting them and evaluating from their "test-runs".

    Absolutely, you should aim for the ones that could get back to you in a minute so you'll see if they're really eager to work for you and get the work done. As for your reference, Outsource to Freelancers, IT Companies, Programmers, Web Designers from India, Russia, USA, and more and Best Jobs Philippines :: Philippine job search, job bank, employment and recruitment are 2 of these great websites that have helped my outsourcing needs. That in my opinion, will save you lots of time where you could plan more, continue your hobbies and expect more results.

    I hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author fingers4hire
    If you have ideas but you don't like the writing part of it why not record your thoughts, have a transcriptionist/writer transcribe them and make them into articles for you. You can also just supply the keywords and/or titles, negotiate rewrites for the ezines, and have a less formal tone for your blog posts.

    If you get, let's say 10 good articles ($75.00 w/o transcription or $100 w/transcription), each with one rewrite you now have 20 articles to submit to the article directories.

    Now take those same 10 articles and have blog posts created ($25.00), which you do not have to submit everyday; maybe spread them out 2-3 a week.

    Now you have 30 pieces of quality content to spread out over a few weeks.

    If you build a relationship with one person instead of jumping around, they learn your style and what you want.

    For $100.00/$125.00 you are all set with a months' worth of quality content.

    Just my two cents....
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    • Profile picture of the author GarryMSayer
      Originally Posted by matty-81 View Post

      One of the things that totally turned my article marketing and article writing outlook around is Jason Fladliens 7 Minute Articles. It is an absolutely wonderful report and it's not about writing shoddy 300 word articles, either.

      This report will teach you how to write great content. You can't realistically do it in 7 minutes, but you can pump out a good 500 word article in about 15-20 minutes if you master this technique. Really, I can't say enough good things about it.
      Agreed. This is an absolutely awesome product. It's true your not going to write 500 word articles in seven minutes unless you can type at 71.43 wpm (words a minute).

      When I choose to type I average out at about 40 wpm yet still make more than my fair share of typos, but hey sometimes it's just nice to write.

      If I was to type at 70 + words a minute the content would look something like this ...

      "if iw ast ytype saa 6 0eords a minute athe content would look somethging like thsio."

      Of course if you have a well-trained Dragon Naturally Speaking bit of software on your hard drive then 7 minute 500 word articles are an easily attainable goal. That's 7 minutes including Jason's super-fast research techniques.

      One other point about this course ...

      The information Jason delivers teaches you how to structure your articles. Some articles I read contain solid content but are structured abysmally.

      If you can deliver great content that people relate to and can learn from, structure your articles so they flow naturally and seamlessly move from one paragraph to the next, then you'll be viewed as a bit of an expert in your niche in no time at all.


      Originally Posted by tyroneshum View Post

      Gary's 4th, 5th and 6th points are great if you can do all the writing yourself and if you have all the time to write without even bothering of managing earning opportunities other than written content.
      I agree outsourcing is the easy and lazy way of doing things but I believe people should learn how to write solid well-structured articles BEFORE they outsource this side of their business. By doing this they can cast an informed critical eye on their outsourced, or even PLR articles, before using them.

      Garry.
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    Originally Posted by jsanderz View Post

    Hi,
    I am wondering if there is a quicker way to write many articles for my blogs, directory articles etc? Writing is very time consuming and at times a bit tedious process.
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    Hi,
    I am wondering if there is a quicker way to write many articles for my blogs, directory articles etc? Writing is very time consuming and at times a bit tedious process.
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