Is Triond a Scam?

Triond is like blogging except you don’t require a website.

What you do is create content whether that is an article, a poem, a tutorial, a video, an audio or even a photograph, and this gets published on a relevant website according to what your topic is about.


According to the Triond website, all you have to do is create your content, they publish it, and you earn. One other thing though is, it must be unique and original content.

After you have created your content you have to wait for it to be approved and then it is published on one of their many websites. These cover all manner of subjects from business to wellness, plus so many more niche topics.

Normally if you are a writer you don’t get the opportunity to earn after submitting your work to say an article directory, but the Triond approach seem to be a good idea to me.

Getting people to view what you have created on a relevant site according to what topic your content is about half the battle.

What is Triond?

Triond is a Publishing Service.

Why is it worth using Triond?

Because it is free. One of the hardest things to get for your creation is recognition and a following of people who like your content, plus you get to earn 50% of the income generated by your content.

Triond say all you have to focus on is the creation of the content. They take on all the responsibilities of publishing, marketing and financial worries for you.

Is Triond for you?

If you are freelance writer or you just write for fun then this is an ideal opportunity to get your work published on a website without the need to be a website owner yourself.

How do you earn money with Triond?

Income is earned from the advertising that is displayed on the same pages as your content is added to.

How and when will you be paid?

You will be paid on the 15th of every month so long as the minimum amount has been met for that month. You can choose to be paid by either PayPal, Check or by Western Union.

Is Triond a scam? Here’s my conclusion…

I actually like this idea of creating content which can be in several different formats and all you have to to is submit your work and wait for approval.

I can see that a couple of pieces of work won’t make you rich, but if you created content on a more regular basis then some money can be made.

It will not provide you with a full time income but it will allow you to earn a bit of extra cash for sharing your content.

From what else I have found out about Triond there are a couple of negative reviews, and this is always the case with any program.

However, I cannot find any proof to suggest that Triond is a scam.

So if you’re looking to share your own content online and maybe earn a little bit of extra cash in the process, I believe that Triond is worth taking a look at.

If you have any experience with Triond then feel free to leave your comments below.

Neil – WFHW

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  • Triond seems to be run my a machine. When you have a problem you can’t get hold of anybody. I tried to unpublish an article and it turned out it actually hadn’t been published in the first place. However, when I tried to unpublish it, lo and behold I got an e mail saying it has been published. It is now earning a few pennies and appears on my dashboard whenever it does earn, but it does not appear in my list of articles, so is impossible to delete. Anytime I try to send an enquiry through the contact info on the website I get a “Bad Gateway” message.

    • Hi Lesley,

      Yes, from what you have said it would seem that there’s a lot of automation in place at Triond these days. That is not a good sign because if you automate anything connected with customer service, it’s very likely that you are not providing the best possible service.

      Sorry to hear of your experiences, Lesley, and best wishes to you for all future online ventures.

      Marcus – WFHW

  • Triond is a waste of time for the amateur writer. A very few contributors will make any money even if their writing is top quality. The main gripe to have with Triond is that it pretends it is open to everyone and every contributor has a chance to earn. That is not true. Triond is only looking for articles that it can market to other sites that specialize in some relatively narrow topic areas. If what you submit doesn’t fit into one of those niche topic areas, your submission will not be accepted. Triond is not about to admit, specifically, what those other sites are looking for at any given time because that would be admitting that the other sites that accept the submissions have the true power, not Triond. Triond is only a middle man, who survives by taking a percentage of the earnings.
    Triond’s days are numbered. This is because both the websites that pay for writing, and internet savvy writers that want to get paid, are learning how to connect directly, eliminating the need for sites like Triond. The trend also allows, in most cases, for the writer to earn more money.

    • Hi Bryan,

      You raise some valid points here.

      Generating an income from content that you create is a process that has evolved greatly in recent years. Not so long ago people could earn a good income by writing articles and simply submitting them to article directories, but those days are long gone.

      This change increased the importance of owning a website, or a base for people to publish their own content, and whilst it was once a major task to build a website, it’s now very simple thanks to things like WordPress.

      So I agree that it is more beneficial for people to be responsible for their own content, rather than sharing any income that in generates with a middle man. In my opinion, this industry change is a good thing for anyone wanting to make money online, and perhaps bad news for sites like Triond (and the many others out there) who share revenue in exchange for unique content.

      Thanks for taking the time to stop by with your thoughts, Bryan.

      Best wishes,