Here at Write 2 Earn AKA Routledge from Triond/Bukisa the purpose is to create a blog everyone can use that will help them build traffic and search engine ranking to their Triond/Blog/Bukisa/Hubpages articles. You simply post the first paragraph (or a custom summary of your article) then a link to read the rest wherever it is posted. Blogger is highly ranked with Google and as we post more as a team and group it will become higher ranked. This will have a two fold purpose! You can read more Here!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

How to Make More Money From Your Triond Articles

Triond is currently no exciting place to publish articles; and the return in money for all the work you put into your articles is ridiculous. Which begs the question: What can you do to boost your income for your articles not doing anything for you on Triond?
As Triond is currently failing its writers in returning an adequate income as per article published, writers have to take the earning of money into their own hands. This is nothing new or sensational, but it has to be said every so often as people forget and as new writers join Triond.

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Congratulations Triond: You Are The Best

I thought it is time for a positive article from to congratulate Triond on what it is doing right. The problem is, there is not a lot to say about that. Do you know when Triond converted from a moderately well managed site to a total loser?
The month started out so well; a Triond challenge that was within the limited scope of their editors’ intellect. With easy rules to follow, the challenge is there for everybody. And from my previous experience I expected that something at last was going right. But I had set up my hopes way too high. With editors that are unable to either or write, the site is bound to fail. Sad.

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Dead and Buried on Triond vs. Daily Views on Expertscolumn

Did you notice that some of your articles are just dead and buried on Triond after the first few views by your friends? Is it your fault? What went wrong if it wasn’t your fault? And what can you do about it?
I have noticed that several of my articles attract the first few views on Triond, and then that was it. A few cents return for an article is not my idea of earning money through writing and I had a good look at the articles that went under the ice.

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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Triond’s Weird Sense of Efficiency

In the same message Triond announced its new challenge to its writers, it also revealed its weird sense of efficiency by publishing the figures on the use of the disastrously ill conceived flag button. Worse, the figures reveal nothing to be proud of (as Triond’s incapable editors seem to think) but a complete lack in what these selfsame editors should be doing right in the first place.

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Why You Should Join in Triond’s September Challenge

Online writers should always be up for a challenge, and a 30 percent bonus is not to be sneezed at, either. You should therefore take up Triond’s September challenge and publish your articles there to earn it. The challenge will do Triond a deal of good, as well as profiting all the site’s writers.
If you haven’t heard of the Triond challenges before, here’s the quick rundown of this September’s bonus scheme: Publish five articles and find five articles to flag (for wrong placement or other reasons) to earn a 10 percent bonus; publish 10 articles and find two articles to flag to earn a 20 percent bonus; or publish 20 articles to earn a 30 percent bonus. Sounds tempting? It is.

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