For anyone who doesn’t know, Triond is a website that allows you to upload articles, pictures, or videos in exchange for 50% revenue from all the ads posted on your media. Here are three ways to increase your Triond views.
For anyone who doesn’t know, Triond is a website that allows you to upload articles, pictures, or videos in exchange for 50% revenue from all the ads posted on your media. If you want to join Triond and try it out yourself, click on this link and start making money writing online.
For those of you who are already a part of Triond, you know that the biggest challenge is getting enough pageviews to make the entire process worthwhile. Depending on how fast you can research and write, it may take you an hour to write an article or it may take you 10 minutes. The point is not how fast you can write, but how willing you are to make the commitment to keep writing, especially during the first few months when you don’t seem to be making any money. And trust me, you will definitely have a few of those.
It’s enough to discourage you, and the biggest problem is that there’s no middle ground. You either write a little bit, maybe 10 articles per month, or you write a LOT, as in 10 articles or more per day. I’ve been here since April of this year and I’m only starting to figure out exactly how to make decent money on here. I’m still not earning a living, not by a long shot, but I think if I keep continuing down this road I’ll be making a lot more a few months down the line.
When I started, I never had a month with more than 20 articles published. Some months I just skipped completely in favor of doing my freelance work. What I’ve been finding out though is that the more I publish, the more worthwhile each article is. Yeah, I know, it makes sense, but I guess I just had to see for myself. You CAN make money on Trond, and if this goes the way I think it will you can make a LOT of money on Triond.
I’ve only been doing this since the beginning of October, and my Triond views have skyrocketed. Have a look for yourself.
The first article on that list has 728 views TODAY. It will be more by the time I finish writing this. Am I jumping the gun in posting these tips too early? It’s possible, but I honestly don’t think so. There are 3 ways to increase your views on Triond.
Write, write, write. I work at home already, and I’m a pretty fast writer, so it’s probably easier for me than some of you. But come on, a lot of you reading this are stay at home moms, students, or just unemployed, so it shouldn’t be hard to dedicate a few hours to Triond once a day. My personal goal is 10 articles a day. I try to make these as interesting and as in-depth as possible so that they actually provide some reading value, which is EXTREMELY important, and I’ll tell you why.
Triond has a cumulative effect. What that means is that every article you publish builds towards a greater whole. I figure that every 6 views equals 1 cent. Not a lot, not by a long shot. But when you add those together, you start to see some money. Imagine you have 100 articles. Some are flops, some get readers, and on average you have 3 views per article each day. That means 300 views, which equals 50 cents per day. So say you have 1,000 articles. That means $5 per day. That’s $150 a month. And the next month, and the next. And that’s if you just STOP writing completely after those initial articles are written. If you write more, your next month’s earnings will increase as well.
If your articles don’t provide reading value, then they’re going to stop factoring into that equation. You might get the obligatory 10 views when your fans see the article show up in their news feed, but it stops there. What you want are articles that consistently bring in a few readers, even months after you write them. By doing that you ensure that each new article adds to the whole. I still have articles from April, 5 months ago, that have at least 10 views per day. At the same time I have poorly written, uninformative articles that haven’t seen a reader in months.
If you’re anything like me, you might have trouble sitting down and pumping out article after article. If that’s the case, you might want to consider setting up a writing playlist for music to listen to while you write. Everybody’s different, but I like to listen to instrumental music while I write.
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