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Saturday, January 30, 2010

eHow News: Contributors will be Compensated for eHow UK site earnings!

Yes you read the headline correctly, eHow contributors will be receiving compensation for their cloned UK articles.  eHow just released a video blog explaining the details. I actually had to replay it a couple times to make sure I had heard it correctly.  Contributors that were affected by the cloned UK site will receive compensation for the issue with their January earnings.  This payment will be received in early February. 

This is great news for contributors and especially good news for those with large article libraries and those who have been contributors for a long period of time.  I expect some of these "bonuses" will be quite significant since the creation of the UK site dates back to April 2009.  This will be an interesting development to say the least - stay tuned!


  1. Thanks for bringing this up. I probably would have missed it otherwise. It would be great to get paid for all of those views. It will be interesting to see how much it adds up.
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  2. This is really good news, Katrina! I'm hoping the bonus is HUGE!

  3. I'm betting it will be a pay per view compensation. Unless they really did keep track of the ad clicks (which they very well could have). According to my calculations tho it seems to equal the same - a little less than $0.01 per view. Regardless its better than nothing and even if its half of the earnings to date would be fab. I guess we will see =)

  4. I think it's great news and hope the compensation continues as long as US articles appear on the UK site.


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