I really have no clue on how Triond establishes how much you make per view on our articles.
I have an article that has as little as 9 views which made 2 cents. Then I have others that have a significant more views and are not making cents at the same rate, so I came up with a mystery.
Does anyone know how this work? I just assume that it depends on the site that your article gets published, which in turns depends on the topic. I again assume for example that travel articles pay less poetry, and this is just based on a couple of my articles and their performance.
I wonder if anyone has ever seen how this work, or if it all is perfectly explained anywhere in the site.
I am not calling for transparency at this time, although that would be nice, but after a couple of years writ ting on this site, I am thinking that I trust Triond just because I do, because I have been here for two years and received some minimum payment, so I know it is not a scam, but just because I think it is not a scam.
And the question here is, if it in fact is a different rate based on site, based on topic, and I was able to know which site pays better, would I write more on such topic just to make more money? Not sure, inspiration does not come from dollars, although that helps motivation, at least mine.
If you ever wonder this, just know you are not alone. If you figured it out, you might be, or at least I’m not there.
In any case, I appreciate the business opportunity, I have expectations on my revenue stream that at this point are reasonable for me, so I’m not complaining.
But the mystery will exist in my mind until some good old Samaritan can shed in some light.