August 28, 2009

I'm Learning How To eHow Better

Post Updated 1/22/2014
Dead links removed and edited for grammar and readability. This post will remain on the site as it's a snapshot of my past.


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This is my 12th day writing for eHow. I now have 28 articles posted and have been doing a fair amount of reading how-to ehow articles while I try to keep up my posting schedule on my blog and ehow. Let’s just say I’ve been busy.

My first couple eHow articles were fly by the seat of my pants articles. I didn’t know anything about eHow or even if I wanted to invest any time into it. I wrote How To Buy Fine Wine For Under 10 Dollars (article removed by eHow) and How To Treat Sleep Apnea Symptoms (link removed). It didn’t take long for me to decide to read up about the site before investing any more of my time.

Obviously I felt it was worth while and I kept posting new articles based on my readings so I figured I share some of them with you. My first week saw me reading almost every post on the following blogs: Smart Passive Income, Freelance Home Writer (blog now defunct), and Write For eHow (blog now defunct).

These blogs gave me a good primer on how to write for eHow efficiently. Most notably is the concept "1 good article is worth 10 fly by the seat of your pants articles". Since my first two I’ve been working hard at writing focused articles that can be good money makers.

My Research

This week I read desolator144's eHow guide (link removed - site is now defunct check the wayback machine to see what it used to look like). If you are looking for a ton of info without buying an ebook or piece-mealing it all together I recommend checking it out. Eventually I’ll probably read more but for now I’m going to let it all sink in as I begin to implement what I’ve learned. At some point you just have to do rather than keep preparing.

For newbies like myself; do some quality reading on "how to ehow" better. I assume it will be worth it in the long run.

For reference purposes I’m 12 days in with 28 articles, 217 page views, and $0.00 in earnings. I hope that last number eventually starts moving up a bit.

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