Anyways, I just wanted to give a little progress report on my eHow success and experience:
Well, it's been almost seven full days into the new year... so technically it is by default a full week in my eyes :P So how have I been doing? The best way to dscribe my progress, here is a comprison from 12/31/08, and then today's (1/7/09):
Articles Written: 56
Article Views: 2,397
Earnings in December $20.46
Articles Written: 85
Article Views: 2,397*
Earnings in January $2.57
*Those views haven't been updated since the 8th Grade Picnik... so I am sure my views are WAY HIGHER.
...so as you can see, I increased my articles by almost 30. As well, my daily earning average dropped a good bit, mainly because I had a New Year's article that was my main earner. As well, I should state that I have a TON of articles in draft (almost 200 to be exact). I know that this is not a good thing, for I should just work one article at a time, then get it into Google/eHow system ASAP to maximize earning... but I am wanting to make the most quality out of each article, and would sacrifice a few pennies now to make a few dollars later. :) (I think I'm going to quote that from now on!)
I am still being optimistic, in that I know the eHow earnings takes time... but I have high expectations for myself. I want to make $10/day... at the least. No matter what I earn, I will have to keep writing solid articles, and just let them run its course. I guess I could do some marketing for them, but that's not in my philosophy right now.
So, outside of eHow, I have been launching some new stuff. I am always looking to start some new ideas, for life is always about new things and experiencing as much as possible, right? :)
http://donateexperiment.blogspot.com (it is BRAND NEW, so don't be alarmed if you absolutely nothing on it)
I am always using my philosophy background to test new ideas, and I want to see how people will act on a humanitarian level right now, in the current economic struggles we all face. While I know that we all range in incomes, many people still keep giving, no matter what! So, The Donate Experiment will be my project, form which I ask for donations of nothing more than $1.00 (USD) *Though, if you REALLY want to donate more, then be my guest :) However, I want to see how this project will result... and I will announce daily progress reports of the experiment, so everyone can see what is going on. As well, the more success, by more donations, I receive, the more possibilities will open up on the blog.
Sounds interesting? I think so, and look forward to seeing what will happen! :)
Success or failure, it's going to open some eyes to us all.
Again visit the link above, or here (http://donateexperiment.blogspot.com)
So, thanks again for the support, and hope you will find interest in the new project!