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Learn how to do just about everything at eHow. Find expert advice along with How To videos and articles, including instructions on how to make, cook, grow, or do almost anything. eHow is an online how-to guide with more than 1 million articles and 170,000 videos offering step-by-step instructions. eHow articles and videos are created by freelancers and cover a wide variety of topics organized into a hierarchy of categories. Any eHow user can leave comments or responses, but only contracted writers can contribute changes to articles. The writers work on a freelance basis, being paid by article. eHow is frequently called a content mill.

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Alexander Winn

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eHow is ok. They've got some good videos and some bad videos, some good tutorials and some bad tutorials. Often you'll find exactly what you're looking for, and often you'll find things with super obvious and unhelpful directions (such as "Write Well" under "How to Write a Book"). That, combined with a site that can be confusingly busy in its design and less than intuitive in its layout means that I find myself visiting eHow only when I've exhausted most of my other options.
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eHow isn't what it used to be. Back in the day, I actually used to write for this site. They started making so many changes and what could have been an ultimate resource on the internet turned into something somewhat disappointing. Don't get me wrong, there is still a lot of valuable information on eHow but it can be difficult to find information you need quickly. I'm not sure where they get their writers now but much of the information seems common sense or copied from a manual somewhere. I do like that they have video tutorials but even some of those are less than helpful.

All in all, eHow isn't a bad site but there is a lot of room for improvement. From aesthetics to the detail within its content, eHow still has the potential to be a fantastic site with some much needed updates and closer scrutiny of some of the work submitted by contributors.

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