Meeting Your Triond Quota. When do you decide you’ve posted enough for one day or how often do you want to take a break is totally up to you.
Triond seems to have an identity problem. It does not know what it is. Triond seems to have more of the earmarks of a blogger’s site masquerading as a writer’s platform.
It seems the social media avenues for Triond are starting to narrow with Stumbleupon rejecting to accept articles.
Tags are more important than you might think. Mainly for beginning writers.
Writing for yourself is important.
Through the entire month of September, I have not been active on Triond. Now I can really see the effects of all my hard work at promotion, and why your earnings really do depend on your activity.
It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of submitting a new article here on Triond, but it’s extremely important to go back and double check each and every submission before clicking that button.
It is obvious from the September challenge that Triond is quite exhaustive when it comes to quality issues. Low quality posts do not let Triond web sites to fall onto the first page of Google search engines. At least this is what I have noticed at the brink of quantity issue over which the September Challenge is based upon….
Learning how to submit content everyday!
This is a fantastic guide to how you can get on that special list this month, and make way over what you used to earn on Triond! Warning! This does require a commitment on your behalf, and if you follow through with what I say, you will succeed! Good luck on the July Special!