This list discusses the areas of Triond that I feel are the most useful to the writer.
5. Top Referring Sites: This shows where a user is obtaining their greatest number of views from. Whether it’s Triond itself, Google or a Social Bookmarking site, there are hints on this graph on the best locations to share your articles.
4. Back linking: This allows you to group together related pieces so they not only have more viewing options, but also a sense of cohesion. Someone that reads your work might be interested in similar items and back links provide these.
3. The Community: The ability to make friends and have fans creates a feeling of being welcome to the user. Obtaining comments and likes as well as giving them yourself both exposes your writing to more people, but also let you know about how your articles are perceived by others. When you comment on or like someone else’s work, it lets them know that the time spent on the article was put to good use.
2. Visit Trends: This is a graph that connects after each day showing how your daily views have changed. One can spot trends and try to constantly set a standard to improve upon. As you improve you’ll notice a consistent gain in the height of your graph and down periods will show a drop.
1. Badges: There are badges for number of views, number of articles published, special monthly ones and number of referrals. All of these make one proud of their accomplishment and give a greater incentive to continue writing. One can set goals they want to attain based on the new badges they get when obtaining a new milestone.