Find out what all twenty-something sites are all about from Triond itself!
In October 2010 I saw the need of writing an article that both analyzed the traffic of Triond’s various sites as well as indicated, in a witty way, what each site was about, judging from their names, what the site said about itself and from the material found on the site. I wrote “Which Triond Partner Sites Get The Most Traffic?” However, I stumbled upon a Triond link very recently that I do not remember having seen before since it is apparently nowhere on the Triond main page. This link leads to a Triond page that talks about each Triond site stating what each one is about in Triond’s own words. There is nothing like getting information from the horse’s mouth. Additionally, Triond puts fifteen of its sites into categories. From the available information it seems that these pages were put together in June of 2009. The Triond link that I am referring to is www.triond.com/advertisers. It lists 27 Triond sites with an additional two called Rimemos and Autorneto which are both Spanish sites which reportedly no longer operate as sites where Trionders’ articles can be published. Triond’s official sites are:
1. athingforcars.com 2. authspot.com 3. beyondjane.com 4. bizcovering.com 5. bookstove.com 6. cinemaroll.com 7. computersight.com 8. gameolosophy.com 9. gomestic.com 10. healthmad.com
11. kleep.com 12. loudio.com 13. musicouch.com 14. newsflavor.com 15. notecook.com 16. picable.com 17. purpleslinky.com 18. quazen.com 19. relijournal.com 20. scienceray.com 21. socyberty.com 22. sportales.com 23. telewatcher.com 24. therealowner.com 25. trifter.com 26. webupon.com 27. writinghood.com Without further ado, here is what Triond says, by way of screenshots, about its various
On the same page Triond has a downloadable pdf file which categorizes fifteen of its sites as follows:
(1) Lifestyle and Travel (2) Business and Technology (3) Health and Science (4) Entertainment and Recreation.
See the screenshots below:
On the last page of that downloadable pdf file Triond gives some interesting US demographics dated June, 2009. See the screenshot below:
So now you have it in Triond’s own words and as the Chinese say “A picture is worth a thousand words.”