Do I have the rights to compare Triond to Wikinut and to ExpertsColumn? I know that they are all admirable sites. I honestly say that I got the difficulty to distinguish the differences between Triond, Wikinut and ExpertsColumn at which I am happily writing with. My question now: How the three publishing sites differ from one another? What method I should use to spot their differences?
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Here I applied some keywords and tags. They are representing the same 23 articles or columns that I have published at Triond, Wikinut and ExpertsColumn. And through them I aptly had determined how effectively those publishing sites supported their writers in the manner of attracting views and promoting their writers’ stuff across the net like:
As I said earlier, those keywords and tags are representing the same 23 articles published on those sites and they helped me determined the differences between the three publishing sites in term of views respectively. As of this writing from March 1, 2012 my Triond pages garnered a total of 525 views so far. My Wikinut pages received a total of 15,103 views. While my ExpertsColumn pages received a total of 1,402 views. Of course, I used the same method on sharing those 23 articles published at Triond, Wikinut and ExpertsColumn across the net. But Triond has the least recorded views among them.
Earlier this month I received payment from Triond for February amounting to 66 dollars cents. At Wikinut I also received payment from December 8 to March 7, 2012 (3 mos) amounting to 3.02 Sterling pounds. And from ExpertsColumn I received payment from June 1, 2011 to March 18, 2012 on March 20, 2012 amounting to 5 dollars.
Summing up the total views from those sites from the date I began writing with them – my ExpertsColumn pages received a total of 2,101 views from June 1, 2011 to March 20, 2012. My Triond pages received a total of 30,931 views so far from August 17, 2010 to March 20, 2012. While my Wikinut pages received a total of 230,785 views from July 28, 2010 to March 20, 2012.
Despite diverse feedbacks we read about those sites, still, they are all standing robustly as strong bridges for our ideas and our inspiring thoughts to pass by for the thousands or for the million net users across the Internet. They are serving as virtual worlds where to share of our alluring dreams and our exciting emotions. And sometimes the focal points of friendships among writers.
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About the Author – My favorite Saying: “Dream Big and don’t stop without giving it a chance to come true.” I am a father of 3 for 25 years, OFW for 17 years , a Blogger, sometimes a Poet, Self-motivated and Professional by experience. You can call me Paul or Pruel. I am friendly animal but can kick you off when it is needed. LOL. I have no specific areas where my writing will focus on. I write any subject that interests me under the merciless sun.