Earn Monthly Income
- Triond revenue sharing (Triond splits revenue)
- AdSense (with the recent integration of AdSense, many Trionders have found their AdSense earnings eclipsing their Triond earnings)
- Other revenue/monetization
Payment is reliable and always on time. Users receive email notification that funds have been deposited into their PayPal account.
Total Article Earnings
Triond includes a Content tab that allows you to see information about your published content. Better still, and one of the best features of Triond, is that you can select Total Earnings. Your articles magically arrange sequentially so that the highest earners appear at the top. Why is this important? You can pinpoint "star performers" and use this information to your advantage.
Would that every revenue sharing site provided this crucial information. When you can see, at a glance, which articles are earning the most for you, you can then work to make those articles even more profitable. My article Web Content Optimization: Why You Should Create Inbound Links, discusses how profitable inbound link-building can be.
Triond Pages are Heavily Monetized and Some Object to the Look of the Site
If you want to earn monthly income, publishing with a site that understands what works in relation to monetization is not necessarily a bad thing. Online publishing is a revenue generating proposition and, understandably, this is a necessary part of the pkg. Online advertising is really not that different from advertisements that appear in magazines, with the exception that you are compensated for your efforts.
No Place for Established Writers
Some feel Triond is no place for established writers because of the quality of some of the articles appearing across Triond partner pages. This could be said of articles appearing on most content sites. My feeling is that if you are transitioning to online writing, Triond allows you to add an additional income stream--never a bad scenario in tough economic times. Some writers use different pen names for different sites.
In recent months, Triond has been working to cull out poor quality submissions and has initiated a flagging system.
Objections have been raised about some of the ads that have appeared on some pages (ie: sexual ads). Much depends on your subject matter and, generally speaking, articles that target non-fiction topics usually display ads that are relevant to the material.
I've noticed a drop in these types of ads. and it is reasonable to assume, with the measures Triond is making to improve the site, that this issue has been on the burner.
I've been publishing with Triond since 2007, so am familiar with all aspects of the site. I have to say that in the wake of PANDA, Triond remains a welcome monthly earner.
Triond Earnings: What's Possible?
I've provided a screen shot below of some of my articles to give you an idea of possible Triond article earnings
I recently went through the payments section and checked the last five years' earnings.
- $49.20 (first year, started in April)
- $177.43 (second year)
- $383.95 (third year)
- $645.36 (fourth year)
- $1051.65 (fifth year)
I'll admit that my Triond efforts could be far greater; however, my other writing consumes the lion's share of my time. For someone who works at it, Triond earnings could be far higher.
Learn more about Successful Triond Writers: Triond's Top Writers: Who Are the Top Writers at Triond? Learn more about writers such as Nelson Doyle, Dale Walker and Ulsterman.
If you are ready to get started with Triond, make sure to check out my article: How to Earn $100.00 for Each Triond Article--print off the SEO checklist and use it to earn more from your Triond articles.
*Triond is just one revenue sharing site that allows you, as the writer, to earn monthly income. Make sure to check out my tab: Revenue Sharing Sites for more paying writing opps.
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