anyone know what sites such as ehow, about, wikihow pay writers for their "how to" articles?
To write for Ehow you have to apply to be a Demand Studios writer. I guess if you go to wikihow you can find out what they pay.
I just checked wikihow and it looks like writers don't get paid to contribute.
none of these sites give details on what they pay.
thanks for the info on ehow
by tamron6 years ago
If you don't already know you either have to sell your articles to ehow or remove them. I am removing mine! How long does it take for articles to not appear on Google after they have been removed? Can...
by Missing Link7 years ago
I got in on EHOW towards the very end just a few months before it imploded. I was making decent money right away----MUCH more than what I make per adsense per hubpages, etc. However, I disliked a number of...
by Traqqer6 years ago
Can anyone explain if there is a requirement or at least an incentive somewhere somehow that would force or cause Hubpages to keep being active in its current form for many many years to come? The reason I ask is that I...
by kcr119 years ago
I just read on ehow that some people are earning more than 50$ a day with around 250 articles. Is anyone earning so much here? I mean, the work here is more in writing when compared to ehow.
by N. Ramius7 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...
by WoodsmensPost6 years ago
I have an eHow account with 17 articles and it has earned more in the last week than my 102 hubs.There has got to be something wrong with this picture?This is extremely discouraging... my traffic levels have fallen back...
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