How honesty is the best policy at Wikinut

Rathnashikamani By Rathnashikamani, 27th Feb 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/lkfcoum2/
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Wikinut help pages have all the useful guidelines for the contributors who are established writers or newbies.

They form the 'codes of practice' with all the essential specifications of a page that gets immediate approval on Wikinut.

I admire these pages and refer them often until I get familiarized to know the tips and tricks on how to contribute a quality article to Wikinut for a quick moderation and to understand the way the clicks earn the money for the content published.

Best practices

Wikinut best practice guide enumerates all the important topics on the preferences of Wikinut for a great writeup of an article that gets a quick moderation for publication.

Most important thing I realized from this page is that I should write my original content in order to be selected in the first place as I submit to the moderator.

Wikinut needs articles that must be unique. The sentences must be free from the spelling errors and the content shall not repeat itself even in a different shade. Such articles certainly attract the quick attention of the readers without creating boredom in them as they browse through the page.

Caution on Click fraud

Image credit:Jeremy Kemp via Wikimedia Commons


Click fraud, and how to avoid it is another resourceful guide to understand the very essential requirement a Wikinut contributor must always follow to be honest and truthfully binding by the Terms and Conditions in order to avoid termination of the user account.

This page has all the confidential information very clearly explained such that every author will be very clear in knowing the legal aspects of clicking on the adverts.

So, the saying that 'Honesty is the best policy' is not a cliche on a genuine paying site as Wikinut.

Be truthful to yourself

Image credit: Graur Codrin, freedigitalphotos.net


With all the advanced software-driven and automated logging techniques involved at Wikinut, we must follow these three principles:

1. Always contribute the genuine articles avoiding plagiarism.

2. Never be greedy for increasing the page views but resist from click frauds.

3. Be honest and promote the spirit of truthfulness by adhering to the terms and conditions of contributing to Wikinut.

Wikinut is an astonishingly user-friendly site where your honest efforts are well rewarded without a doubt.


Also read:
How to follow your followers on Wikinut

How Do You Interact With Co-authors on Wikinut


How do you publish your poems for money

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
27th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks laluls212 for the appreciation.

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author avatar Denise O
28th Feb 2011 (#)

All true. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
28th Feb 2011 (#)

Denise,
Thanks again for your time and comments.

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author avatar Twin Palms
28th Feb 2011 (#)

I have read this article three times already! Being new, I am learning the ropes day by day. Honesty is THE best and only policy! Thanks.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
1st Mar 2011 (#)

Hi Kitty,

I think I have succeeded in my effort to disseminate the spirit of Wikinut, if it was helpful to you.

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author avatar chrysolite
3rd Mar 2011 (#)

Hi, Rathnashikamani! I couldn't agree with you more! Some time ago I wrote an article on article spammers, because I could see that they had arrived at Wikinut. But do you see them now??? No, their articles are hidden in the vaults of the Wikinut server and earn no money at all. And if that isn't enough, now I read about the new Google algorithm change which is meant to punish bad content site and reward good content sites. I don't know if it affected Wikinut and how, but one thing I know: Or we honestly write a 100% original article of good content or it's good bye to earn money on the internet. Here's the article:
http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/110303-092918

Good luck to the good writers, I'll write again soon, I'm just too busy at the moment. Love to all!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
4th Mar 2011 (#)

chrysolite,

Many thanks to you for your kind comments and useful information.

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author avatar leesab
7th Mar 2011 (#)

Great advice. Thank you

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
7th Mar 2011 (#)

Thanks leesab, for your comments.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Sometimes we have problems with people submitting pages they did not write. Its hard to catch and a few slip through - hopefully they are caught later - and all money withheld.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Well said Mark,
Honesty pays the rewards.

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author avatar chrysolite
12th Mar 2011 (#)

Thanks, Mark, for telling us and I know you look out for everything, it's not an easy job and I'm sure we all appreciate it very much!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
13th Apr 2011 (#)

chrysolite,
You're right.
It's not easy to catch the plagiarized articles.

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