Today I'm not able to publish on ehow. Whenever I'm pressing Save and Continue button, I'm getting an error
"We're sorry, the page you requested can not be found."
Does anyone else encountered the same error?
Why do you publish on eHow when you don't get anything from it?
Normally one publish on ehow to get a back-link. At least the Non-US hubbers write on ehow just for back-links.
The links are actually no-followed, so it isn't much use for building backlinks, although due to the authority of ehow, you might end up with some traffic. However, you can add a few links to your profile, which are followed.
The reason that most people use eHow is that they pay you a cut of their advertising revenue, but I think that this is only available in the US.
I have dedicated my time on ehow for over a month and haven't even been able to see any earnings...There is something extremely wrong with that site...but it is addicting, just like any other money making website. I found your guys posts to be an interesting read...Thanks for sharing!
I guess I will not be using ehow. I have blogger is that good to get backlinks or not. I havn't really used it yet and was wondering weather i could write a small blog on each of my hubs with a link to my article here. Is this allowed by adsense.
Blogger is good if you can get a lot of followers that really read and view your posts. I use my blog for updating my viewers of my websites and helpful articles.
You can connect and use adsense, you just got to be careful with invalid clicks....One day I only had two visitors and like 15-20 clicks and almost got my account shut down. I don't know who or why they were doing this but I didn't like it and I never got paid for any of the invalid clicks. If this happens to anyone who is reading this, make sure you disable your adsense ads so that the invalid clicks don't continue.
I hope this helps! I also hope I didn't break any rules stating this post! If so please let me know!
Thanks Tammy I am sure you have done nothing wrong. so I can just do a short article to promote the ones I have on hubpages I guess.
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
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