How many views will I start earning at Triond?
I have published 5 articles in Triond. But I just earn 1cent until now. How many views should I get per article to start earning more cents?
I would stick with hubpages, seems that Triond keeps 50%. This is from their website.
"Triond helps showcase your content so your work gets maximum readership and you earn recognition. As soon as your content is published, it begins generating revenue from several income sources, such as display and contextual advertising that appears on the pages of your content. We share with you 50% of the revenue generated by your content."
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