I produced and directed a series called Wearing a Kimono, in 2009. I noticed that on your youtube playlist, you have credited another name, not mine.
Review by Xiaofeng Tluszcz3 years ago
This did not help me one bit on finding out what to do with my issue. It is utter crap. It says the shortest things and doesn't answer the issue at hand.
Review by Peterfourways3 years ago
They disabled my account even though I never wrote an article for them. They did not respond after I contacted them to ask why.
Review by Abramo Derrow3 years ago
Review by Nizzi Derrow3 years ago
Very useful website that publishes various how-to tutorials to help users with various problems.
Review by Vickiw4 years ago
Have you ever Googled a car repair and it took you right to EHow? The writers for EHow quite often instructs you to open up the hood, change the part, then shut the hood. How about a home repair article? Go to your home improvement store and buy the material, then repair your home. You are better off going to YouTube and getting the rest of the 99% of the steps that EHow conveniently forgot to tell you. If they do give you more than 3 steps, it's not always accurate.
Review by Ksawery4 years ago
I attempted to use the site "ehow.com". It turns out the site is a complete fraud, stealing "how-to's" from legitimate sites. I went looking for instructions on replacing a head gasket on a 1.9 liter ford engine, there were some errors on the site so I sent a question to the web- manager. After 30 days without an answer I get an email stating that "my problem" was resolved. I re-sent the same problem along with excerpts from "chilton's auto repair manual" using exactly the same wording(with exactly the same errors).
Please don't waste your time with "eHow.com", and tell their advertisers that eHow is a complete fraud, and reflects badly on their companies. Thanking you in advance for your attention, Henry
Review by Talonda Onikuyide4 years ago
This is a Content Mill. If you don't understand what this implies please read on:
If an expert gives you information on a topic, he has his creditability at stake. The articles here are not to show off the wisdom of an expert, but rather to lure you in (as cheaply as possible) so you can click on the ads. This makes money for the website. What you have to understand is that the purpose here is to make money for the website, not to provide you with useful information. As an example, one article was saying to "cut into the drywall" to add a new outlet. What they failed to say was to TURN OFF THE ELECTRICITY first. Otherwise you could get electrocuted! So, please, with any internet article, cross reference the information you read here with other sites.
Review by Dentry Iseral4 years ago
sometimes it comes with useful advice
Review by Kayeleye Reesaul5 years ago
There is many tips and trick, i like this site so much. Very useful site.
Review by Jenkyl5 years ago
Great site and great ideas! It covers all the issues you can face and offers excellent solutions how to figure it out.
Review by Pennielake Assalim5 years ago
eHow sites all suffer from introducing pop-ups just when you are reading their articles.
I do use them, but they are a pestilence. None of my several pop-up blockers seem to work on eHow. So I just treat them as a PITA.
Review by AudiLifestyle Crescente5 years ago
a nice source for advising people what (not) to do. very helpful
Review by Siriol5 years ago
They list free Vin reports. You fill out all kinds of personal information and then at the end of it FreeVinReport.org tells you "our system is down" so go get one with one of our "partners" for a discount price. NO. Even though you have asked for No Services, including "insurance" my phone started ringing off the hook with auto insurance companies saying I asked for a quote. I will never get on EHow again. Ever. Scam, scam, scam
Review by Chrisette Udpa5 years ago
I love this page I find there many good articles.
Review by Amalyasa5 years ago
Ehow offers advice, let the visitor fill out name, email and the question, but when you click to get the answer, they want money for the help and ask for credit card. That is not positive, they should tell the visitor before he fills out all forms, that they will charge for an answer
Review by Hummer Goemans5 years ago
generally a good experience, the website has videos and images. maybe it can include more interesting topics and articles.
Review by Belisario Melgaard5 years ago
didn't answer my question, took my money, locked me out of the link they gave me.
Ya gotta love 'em. They are very consistant
Review by Kuai6 years ago
Seriously, do they "research" their "authors"? There is so much BAD information and advice!!! My opinion is don't rely on 90% of what you read there.
Review by NateDawg Sucku6 years ago
Good site. It gives you facts about any topic that you can imagine.
Review by Buompensiero Derrow6 years ago
Asked 1 medical question. Their answer was of zero benefit (ie; offered no hints as to various things that could cause the problem I was having). They then sent me an offer to "subscribe" to their service, which I declined. Am still getting monthly fees showing up on my credit card (and I have to call my credit card to have them removed each month). I can find no instructions as to how to terminate my dealings with this company. The only phone number I have (as shown on my credit card bill) is answered by a machine who does not identify their company and where you can only leave a message that is never returned. ...It's a SCAM !!
Review by DunkanG Kourmoulaki6 years ago
I used this site for help repairing a clothes dryer. Lots of useful information here along with very good expert advice for a small fee.
Review by Suogui Edg6 years ago
The site said it was free and after spending the time to fill in all the fields and giving them MY information. They then inform me that It will cost xxx.
Review by Davspr Poddubnaia6 years ago
Content farm with useless information. Most of the submitters are complete dumbasses. Cluttering up search results.
Review by Piquenet Zafirov6 years ago
1) information is frequently incorrect
2)"how to" articles are usually too brief and simplistic to be useful
3) often multiple articles covering same topic
4) directions are interrupted by advertising blocks and pop up ads
eHow should really be called "How-to for Morons". The articles are apparently written by the same folks who prepare those assembly instructions that come with cheap furniture kits. They're clearly paid writers who are copying information from other unreliable sources on topics that they know nothing about (click on the contributer's name to get their bio and you'll see what I mean). I've looked at dozens of topics on that site and the info is usually incomplete, inaccurate, or irrelevant to the question addressed. When it is accurate the instructions given are typically so generic and obvious as to be insulting; "to replace the battery in your remote control, remove the battery cover, insert new batteries, then replace the cover" - D'uh! Overall, I'd say eHow is even worse than message board sites like Yahoo Answers where at least you get several unreliable opinions to choose from.