Have you noticed the amount of server errors being displayed on Triond?
Whether it is for our love of writing or the friendships many of you have built on here, Triond does appeal.
But this site has numerous problems. Namely the quality of articles filtering through, the ridiculous pay per view for each article ( which appears to have declined in the past 12 months ) and the plagiarism that frequents this site and upsets many.
However, lately there has been an increase in the amount of ” 500 Internal Server Errors” being displayed. I have realised this is becoming more of a regular occurrence rather than a blip that any site encounters.
We all know Triond isn’t a very professionally run site at the best of times. But if the writers – you and I – are to make any attempt along with the silent and mysterious owners – to improve it, things have to change.
The increase in 500 – Internal Server Errors is annoying. How can any writer expect their work to be read on the internet when such messages flash up every time a prospective and interested reader clicks on your article?
The team at Triond play the numbers game. They say they wish to improve the site but in reality they couldn’t care less. I believe they have moved onto other areas in which to exploit and Triond simply “exists”. To them, Triond was too much hard work and if errors increase, so be it. Why should they care? They still earn money simply by playing the numbers game.
Whilst I enjoy Triond, the quality of not just the writing needs improving and the marketing, but the technical issues require addressing.
It won’t be long before “Internal Server Error” flashes up as soon as someone Google’s the very name, Triond.