How to Write Quality Articles, Lots of Them, Without Sacrificing Your Reputation

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  • Lance,

    Great information!! I will still hire out but when money is tight this will work great for me.

    A lot of times I have some great ideas for content but get busy with day to day stuff and totally forget about my original ideas.

    Good Info!!
    David Rauschuber
    http://www.RichDad247.comhttp://www.RichDad247.com

  • brandjontan

    Reply Reply November 25, 2010

    Hey Lance, I am stupendously stunned by your literary output of 19,000 meaningful and inspiring articles.

    I have always been a voracious reader, seeking out and absorbing new, creative information and ideas. Now, I am truly inspired to increase my output. Having lots of ideas and experiential knowledge inside oneself, and not continually expressing and sharing them to the universe, is almost as “sinful” as not having any powerful ideas to contribute to a better-informed world. Thanks a million, Lance, for this timely reminder for Personal Branding excellence with generosity.

  • Randy

    Reply Reply November 25, 2010

    This almost sounds like an ‘assembly line’ method! One question though: “What ‘voice software’ do you recommend? Thank you,

  • Nan

    Reply Reply November 25, 2010

    Thanks for the info. Great way to actually start and finish many articles.

  • Bryan McHeyzer

    Reply Reply November 25, 2010

    Hi Lance,

    Wow! that is a lot of writing…
    Love the method you use to get the job done…would make it a lot easier than trying to complete one at a time.
    Gerat post
    Cheers
    Bryan

  • Brian D. Carelse

    Reply Reply February 21, 2011

    I really like this post

    easy to do INternet marketing

    GReat job – Reed

  • Jan Verhoeff

    Reply Reply March 7, 2011

    There’s so much

  • Jan Verhoeff

    Reply Reply March 7, 2011

    Lance, I’ve always admired the speed with which you write, and been amused by the number of genres you write. The best part of writing the way you suggested is that a writer doesn’t have to feel pressured to come up with the number of words. They come naturally.

    Thanks for the insightful information.

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