Maximize Earnings From Redgage And Triond

Both Redgage and Triond are websites that allow you to make money.

While both Redgage and Triond pay you by page impressions, both are entirely different sites.

Redgage is a social bookmarking website which pays you, while Triond is essentially a writing site which allows page impressions as well.

How do you earn from the same articles in Triond and Redgage?

You can publish the articles in Triond first, and then post the link to Redgage. In this case, Redgage provides the incoming link to your articles in Triond.

The more links to the articles the better, since the ranking of the articles will increase

in search engine result page.

You can either use the Upload, Blog or Link method in Redgage to advertise your articles.

If you want to share more than a sentence of your articles in Triond, you can use the Upload, Blog method. If you want to get just the link to Triond, you can use the Upload, Link method.

Another difference between Redgage and Triond is that Redgage has a contest feature.

I ever won $25 from the daily contest in Redgage. You gain chances to win the contest for writing an article about Redgage, and putting the live link within

the article.

You also gain chances to win the contest when you recommend friends to join Redgage.

If you think that $25 is not such a big sum of money, you can consider how many articles you need to write and submit to Triond in order to earn that $25.

You can join Triond and Redgage now and enjoy more links and more traffic to your articles.

While other social bookmarking sites such as Digg, Stumbleupon, and Reddit do not pay you for posting links, you can earn from page impressions in Redgage. The money, no matter how small, is certainly better than no money at all.

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Last updated on 27-07-2016 80 0

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