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How to Write for Triond

Updated on March 13, 2011

Writing for Triond

Triond is a Web content site that is a little different from many other content sites. It does allow anyone to sign up and write articles for the company, and the articles do pay in residual income. However, there are more ways to earn money with Triond than just the residual payments. There are four ways to make money with Triond, all of which can be done at the same time.

Make Money Writing for Triond

Here are four ways to earn money by writing for Triond:

  1. Triond pays residual payments that are based on a percentage of the earnings that each piece of content make for the site.  Like eHow, Suite101 and other revenue sharing sites, the exact percentage is not revealed. The earnings amount are updated frequently and are displayed in the member's account.
  2. If you have a Google AdSense account, you can also earn money through your account. Triond gives writers a Google AdSense share of 50 percent. To start receiving your share, just add your AdSense publisher number to your account and your will start receiving your share as soon as your content starts to generate revenue. 
  3. Triond does allow affiliate links and referral links in the articles. You can earn by inserting these links into the articles. This can be as simple as inserting Amazon affiliate links into the articles to make commission on any sales that are made through the links. 
  4. Use your articles to help promote your website or your other articles. You can raise the page rank of a site by linking to the site and getting better search engine placement. With more traffic comes more money.

How to Submit Articles to Triond

When you have a Triond account, simply click through the Submit tab and there will be a publishing page. There is no minimum word count for the articles and there are no editors to request changes. However, there is a period of assessment before the article is published. It generally takes about a day before the articles is reviewed, accepted and published. 

The articles are published to various websites that are owned by Triond rather than on the main site. There are category sites devoted to health, domestic topics, science, etc. The writer chooses the category to determine which site the article will be published on.

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      technocrates 

      8 years ago from USA

      Very nice article, Beautifully written like to see more in future...

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