Ehow’s Writer’s Compensation Program allows you to choose your assignments (invent them as you go) and there is no limit to the amount of content you’re allowed to publish there.
On the Work at Home Mom Message boards, there are women making a great living at ehow alone. They tend to publish a few articles a day. I have some ehow articles up, mostly things that were rejected from Demand Studiosover the summer of 2008. At Demand Studios, you’re payed a flat rate ($15) for each article. ehow’s WCP program pays you from the adsense earnings of your article.
The long term earning potential of the WCP program is fantastic, but if you want the fast cash, go with Demand Studios.
My new friend Maria put out the ebook How to Earn Passive Income on Ebay the techniques totally work. She’s awesome. It’s worth the $25. As soon as I started using her techniques, my Ehow earnings more than doubled. She’s been doing it longer than I have, so she’s making over $1000 a month. I’ve been using her techniques for about a week now. More than half of my articles haven’t been picked up by Google yet, but I’m making pretty decent money on them and each day it’s higher. The things she’s teaching work well on other sites, too.
OMG I love eHow, the articles are so quick. My biggest earner has made over $60 and it’s less than 6 weeks old. I have as many articles up at eHow as I do on Suite101 and the income is a little less than half each month, except that the ehow articles are all newer and haven’t reached their full potential yet. Maria has released a new version of her fantastic ebook, which I was very grateful to receive. The updated version addresses some of the changes at eHow and had a lot of great advice that, once again, I was able to use on other sites. I have a few eHow secrets of my own, maybe I’ll share with you later, this post is already too long