Pages tagged with Nutpoints

This poem is about a nut. As most of my readers know I am a nut and a Wikinut.
Every now and again, it happens. Someone stops following you. How do you know when it happens and what can you do about it? Read on to find out.
I seem to be fascinated by Wikipoints and standing of various nuts in the community.
This is about all the good people I met here on Wikinut and how they have been my inspirations
Six months into the Wikinut adventure, I have over 50,000 hits. So why aren't I over the moon?
Star Pages - The most elusive achievement or an achievement which is inconsequential. A bit controversial too but they are only badge which is awarded for a Single page. Here is a Collection of My previous starred pages on Wikinut
I recently Published my 100th Page on Wikinut. But as new articles are published, the old articles keep getting lost into oblivion. This is second article on my series to bring back my old articles.
After over a year here on Wikinut, a review of the numbers tells me that it is time to go. With some sense of regret but with clarity of mind, I bid my fellow Wikinutters a fond farewell.
I'm excited to write again about this wonderful site "Wikinut". Wikinut is so special to me and you're sure to find it true when as you read on.
We have all seen him...that little nutpoint man stepping along the line of your Profile Page..taking another step for each page that you submit as your nutpoints accrue from various means...But what happens when he gets so far and then ceases to move? My sad tale of my static nutpoint...
You gain nutpoints when you are more active on Wikinut. It's a measure to know how your involvement is growing in interacting with other authors apart from publishing your own pages.
This page is written in response to a discussion started by Martin Rojas about commenting by the authors on their own articles. This is my personal view about commenting on your own Wikinut pages. I invite all the authors, amateurs and veterans, to feel free to respond on this topic...
I have published 25 pages on Wikinut so far and I enjoy writing and commenting on most of the articles. I have attempted to make my understanding clear about Wikinut points that represent the number of followers and their following of your pages with comments.
This article will answer the following questions: What our Wikinut Points tell about us? How to earn Wikinut Points? What are Wikinut Points? Other sources to earn Wikinut Points.
My little emotional/rational gush about Wikinut - how I ended up joining, the things I like about it, the financial side and what it could potentially bring to my life.
A fun bug I found, which let's you get five nutpoints.
Nutpoints are earned when you use the Wikinut site and as you become more active in our author community. This page explains some of the ways they can be collected and why they matter to our authors.
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