As aggravating as it is to write eHow articles and be unable to publish them for days and even weeks, I've learned over the past few years that the down time can actually be a huge motivator to do other things to improve eHow earnings and build related residual income sources.
10 Things to Do When eHow Publishing is Down
- Boost your five top-earning articles with two new backlinks each.
- Revive your three slowest-earning articles with a new backlink apiece.
- Research two unexplored niches and create three unique titles in each niche for future eHow articles.
- Build a blog on a broad topic -- ie crafts, cooking, personal finance -- to link to from your eHow articles' Resources section. Write several posts and monetize with ads and affiliate links.
- Sign up on other revenue-sharing sites, and use your top-earning eHow articles as inspiration for your first articles on the other sites.
- Try writing lenses on Squidoo.
- Take pictures of a project you complete -- from making donuts to waxing your car -- to use in a future eHow article and "I did It!" projects on eHow.
- Make a goal to increas your eHow earnings over the next three months. How many new articles will you write (once the tool is fixed)? How many backlinks will you create?
- Browse free photos sites and download copyright-free stock images, along with photographer name to give credit, and have them ready for easy access when composing future articles.
- Write eHow articles. Even if you can't publish them right away.