Do you feel disrespected by eHow since they're deleting user submitted articles now?
I do. it was bad enough that they didn't allow anyone to submit anymore, and the badness has been multiplied by this new decision.
I might just put them on either hub pages, or my own website.
eHow earnings are mostly based off of Adsense anyways, so there's plenty of potential for making money to be found elsewhere.
While searching for information on Google, I often find myself being directed to eHow website. There are some really good articles and I can't imagine that a site like that starts deleting user submitted articles. Did eHow at least inform you in advance before deleting the articles?
Well, if Hubpages starts doing the eHow way, I will feel disrespectful too.
Several members of Seekyt.com, my website, have been submitting their deleted eHow articles, and it has been a frantic period for these former authors. As the owner of a writing platform, I still can't really imagine the reasons why eHow does what they do, other than greed.
I don't know. I have seen some pretty crappy user submitted articles.
I have to say...can't really stand ehow....wrote for them....sorry to actually say that as there seems to be so much crap on there....
Deleting articles seems to just keep in line with all their other policies.
Yes ehow is deleting articles.mine got deleted 5.
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by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
eHow is going to be using Facebook Login as the ONLY method of logging into the site, removing eHow member profiles and removing the forums. I personally don't use eHow but what are your opinion on these changes? To me it sounds like they're making the site even worse! (Never mind the fact I can't...
by WoodsmensPost 7 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 to the level when I had 70 newly published hubs and google adsense with HP is...
by Rafael Baxa 7 months ago
Hey everyone!I wrote an article 4 months ago, and submitted it to LetterPile. It's been pending since then. I've submitted to niche sites before but they seemed to accept or reject them within 1 to 2 weeks. Is this normal or is there some other problem?This is the article I...
by tamron 7 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 I move them here on hubpages right after I delete them from ehow or should I...
by Missing Link 8 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 other things about EHOW. When EHOW imploded there were a number of other things...
by kerryg 7 years ago
I used to have an eHow account, but when they closed the Writer's Compensation Program back in May/June, I removed my articles from the site and deleted my account.A couple days ago, I republished one of the articles here, and yesterday I got an email informing me that the hub had been unpublished...
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