I recently heard that Triond revenue is only earned when someone clicks on an ad on one of our pages and then actually purchases a product. When I read this, I felt discouraged. But upon further reflection, decided to get it from the horse’s mouth.
Many things have been said recently that have undermined Triond’s credibility. In fact, some writers, in their articles at other content sites, have even gone so far as to claim that Triond is a scam and that writers are wasting their time trying to grow their earnings by writing for Triond.
As most are aware, there has been talk of a boycott and I addressed that in my recent article Triond Earnings Cut in Half: True or False?
Lately, I’ve been reading that Triond revenue isn’t actually gained via page views and clicks on ads appearing on our pages, rather, that we only earn when a reader purchases a product as a result of clicking on an ad.
This just didn’t seem right; so, once again, I fired off a letter to Triond editors to see if I could get some answers.
I’m happy to include the following reply about Triond revenue.
” . . . earnings are generated from the page views that your content receives, not from the purchases that readers make of products advertised on your article pages.”
So, Triond revenue is NOT based on purchases generated by clicks on ads. but is earned through clicks on those ads.
I would caution all writers at Triond to address any questions to the editors, over believing what is read and heard.
None of us would want to be judged on supposition and rumour over actual facts. Let’s extend that courtesy to Triond.
Triond writers can continue forward, knowing that if they work to increase their page views, the money will follow–Triond revenue earned from clicks on ads.
If you want to grow your Triond article earnings, read my other Triond articles that discuss how to do that.