aleksl - 2:22 pm on Aug 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
The writers for eHow are professional writers whose job is to expertise lies in researching then writing content. eHow writers are not generally experts on the topics they are writing about, so the authority of the content suffers.
au contraire. to the first part. true about the second.
I find eHow to be as useless and as spammy as about.com. A bunch of trivial content. Run at them on multiple occasions, just like at the a... site. Always click back disappointed, sometimes even disgusted as if I got a MFA site (as IF?). In many, many times I saw their pages come up and clutter SERPs, off the top of my head I remember 1 case where article was useful.
then again, if you write millions of articles, some of them must be useful by virtue of "can monkey write war and peace" law
What I am wondering though, is this: who's the bunny that purchased useless stock? :)