That comes with time. You shouldn't try to write fast unless you can do it unconsciously.
You should do your best going towards quality. Then, as you get more experiences, speed will come without you noticing.
for fast writing :
1. write about something that you really have passion on it
2. you need to consistent spending your time for writing
3. increase your sense of writing by keep writing
btw....focus on quality for what you write about, don't be harsh !!!
There are several ways to go about this...
You could outsource the articles you think are difficult. People will help provide text for as low as maybe 20$ - then you can add photos & videos, and publish it afterwards.
Another thing is planning your content. Once you are experienced, you will know a good recipe is: intro - content - photo - video worth sharing (from YouTube or some other source) - content - a quick recap and then a comment field.
Finally, focus on content. That will always be the main thing in attracting more visitors to your hubpages & blog articles.
Have fun & enjoy the process. Once you find your passionate niche, you will be turning out hubs in no time. :-)
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