An article on how sometimes some sites screw it up.
How Can Some Publishing Sites on Triond Be So Careless?
19th August, it was such a nice day for me to kick off with some Triond action. I wrote an article ‘MY FIRST 20 DAYS ON TRIOND:http://writinghood.com/writing/my-first-20-days-of-triond/’ (Click it for the link); describing my first 20 days on Triond. It’s not been long for me on Triond as you see, so I wrote that article. Within a minute it was posted on Writinghood.com. For 13 views I got 10 comments; perhaps the best comments so far from my regular visitors and good friends on Triond. I was so happy the whole day.
Evening I was with my one of my best friends Sourabh. We were working on Triond the whole evening for he had some issues. It was actually the both of us who started Triond off together 3 years ago. Well, though the attempt to hit the ground running failed for us, but our friendship persevered. Then he wanted to see my blog on Triond, so I opened. For just to see my article again, I clicked on the link and what I see was “NOTHING WAS FOUND.” When I said my buddy about this, he laughed and said, “Well you had had just one experience. I’ve had many of them.”
This enraged me a lot. Darn it. How could they remove that? The article was totally my writing, my own created. The article had no spams, so offensive of irrelevant talks, so why? It was not the views I was worried of. My comments, my precious comments; all the 10 of the best comments I had till no were GONE. How could they? And for a writer, comments matter more that views. It is the comments which keep you on the track to go ahead. It is the comments which really show us that some people actually love to read your articles and say their views. It is the comments which make writer’s mission complete i.e. sharing their views and thoughts.
Some would think I’m exaggerating. But from a writer’s point of view, when your own thought and handwritten article gets deleted from a site, you’ll understand what I mean. I reposted my article. Unfortunately it again got published on Writinghood.com. I did apply for Relocation of the article. Well, I hope this time they don’t screw it up.