When I first started writing at Triond, it seemed to have a pretty good reputation.
Many of the writers were on board 100% and excited to grow Triond and make it one of the top rated places to write and earn some extra cash and a reputable place to get good information on a variety of topics.
The bomb that put a closure to all forum life on Triond.
Can you believe it? The Triond Forum is now no more. Here are some observations as well as forecasts as to how this may affect Triond writers in the future.
It appears that without any fan fare or notice, Triond has mercifully pulled the plug on the Triond Forum and really in many ways, it was long overdue.
Most of the newbies shy away from joining the Triond forum. Some think they might merely get burned from doing so; others don’t really have a clue on what to do. It may be beneficial to balance a few pointers to help them decide before having their final say on the matter.
No, I don’t mean another troll, spammer, or constantly changing his or her name(r). The Triond forums could just benefit from this Facebook-inspired tool! Please read on…
Challenges are good for writers to make progress. Choose the degree of difficulty, participate in Triond Writing Challenges and enjoy the benefits.
The Triond Forums have been known to make a grown woman cry. (Yes, I’m grown…and yes, I cried.) This may sound pathetic but its true and I am all about telling the truth. So today I thought I would give you some pointers about how the Triond Forum works. My knowledge of the Triond Forum comes from a relatively short time of interaction; however — I. Learned. A lot!
When Triond forums become gibberish and crappy, there is always that decent, no non-sense and fun little place we call home.