yeah you gotta restrategize and try again.I think demand studios has very strict enrolment rules. After they refused me once, ve moved on and thankfully better.
I was already on ehow and I was rejected as well once Demand Studios took over and know some other folks who had their work pulled. They told me not to submit again until I had 'more experience' so not sure what that exactly equates out to be. I will probably just because but maybe in a year will revisit it or see where I am and move on.
"Due to the increased interest in freelancing positions at Demand Studios, the approval process has become quite competitive, and we have had to turn down many high-quality applicants."
This was the reason they gave.
If you really want to get in there, you can get yourself registered with a different email address and try again with a different article (preferably informational - 'how to' kind of would be best. I had a friend who got rejected 2 or 3 times, before she tried this and got approved.
You'd like to know though that your articles on there go through editors and are liable to get rejected. You may be asked to rewrite articles too. It might be difficult to get used to having someone reject your work, even if you disagree with the reasons for it!!
I just got turned down too even though Ehow said I was automatically accepted. Oh well.
Hey, don't give up. Did Hitler give up? No! He hid in a bunker then escaped to South America.
Did the guy who built the Titanic give up? Of course not! He got on a life boat and headed back to england as soon as his butt got grilled by the senate committee!
I say, keep trying!
by N. Ramius 8 years ago
The free eHow publishing is vanishing to be replaced with Demand Studios. It seems some people who met certain criteria were grandfathered in to DS and everyone else has to apply to them. To write for eHow means one has to be accepted into Demand Studios who looks like they have a tough join...
by PurpleOne 7 years ago
I am taking a four month leave of absence from work and really need to increase my online earnings to help cover as much lost income as possible.I have heard good things about Demand Studios - at least that they pay $15 upfront for articles and I would be more than happy with that. However, I hear...
by Theo 3 years ago
Helium is now Helium Network, with 360 micro-sites to distribute your content. Content managers are there to ensure quality of the content and they claim that this arrangement is to have SEO in mind. To me, just kinda reminds me of what Triond is doing. Will it work and does it encourage you to go...
by ptosis 6 years ago
Has any done writing for Demand Studios, Brighthub, or Textbroker? Which one is best?
by Jennifer 5 years ago
Time for another round!
by Gary Anderson 8 years ago
Creator of myspace has set up Demand Studios. This site owns ehow. I wouldn't do it but some can write for them. You will lose rights to your articles but will be paid. They use long tail keywords. I wish Hubpages in the subject to write on lists would add long tail keywords as options to work with.
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