If only every Wikinut author follow every other Wikinut co-author...! Let's listen to bronnamdi.

RathnashikamaniStarred Page By Rathnashikamani, 14th Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Writing>Columns & Opinions

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.

I acknowledge bronnamdi's views.

Our wonderful friend bronnamdi wrote a page Soaring Like Rathnashikamani at Wikinut.

I was struck with a pleasant surprise to see that page wherein bronnamdi took me to the heights of the Writers Universe called Wikinut.

The secret of all what bronnamdi wrote is true with every enthusiastic author who follow the techniques discussed therein.

Why to accept bronnamdi 's views?

Because bronnamdi is an internet marketer, and he has really something to say about Wikinut from his professional viewpoint.

As the internet marketer, bronnamdi has expressed his views with the aim of tying together the creative aspects of the Wikinut author and technical aspects of Wikinut site and its design, development, and advertising.

So, I feel it very important to keenly observe what bronnamdi has revealed in his article.

What I understand from bronnamdi's observations

If you have read the observations of bronnamdi you're sure to find these valuable points to note, to be a successful author at Wikinut.

=>Follow and be followed at wikinut. Make it a duty to follow as many Wikinut authors as possible.

=>Remain current at wikinut. Write more pages and comment on others' pages. Doing so, you are visible not only on your page and on your articles pages but also on the pages of others

=> Invite as many friends as possible to join Wikinut. Make use of 'Invite friends' link available under 'Your Menu' on the right side of any Wikinut page you're viewing.

=> Put some effort and write more star pages. That's more important. Writing a star page is very easy if you learn how to choose an appropriate Wikimedia image and/or a relevant YouTube video.

An important point from Mark Gordon Brown

Never miss to follow the advice of the Wikinut Moderator Mark Gordon Brown.

Here is what he has to say to be a successful Wikinutter.

Factual articles get more views over time, as such they tend to generate more income for the writer.

~Mark Gordon Brown

I suggest this link for the Wikinut enthusiasts to note and follow the advice given by Mark Gordon Brown Tips for Getting More Views

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With the encouraging challenges of the Wikinut moderators, you can be more creative at Wikinut.

Few examples of what I did for the challenges:

My factual article on "What is Objectivism?"

My serious poem on Dirty Global Footprint

My funny poem for Johnnydod's challenge: January to December, Wikinut to remember! Part One



Image credits:
Nnamdi Agha Wikinut Star from wikinut author bronnamdi'd page (Many thanks to him)
Learn the Wikinut-way from Wikimedia Commons
Invite friends to Wikinut a screen capture edited by me
Listen to your moderator Mark Gordon Brown Many thanks to Mark Gordon Brown

moderator johnnydod moderated this page.
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author avatar Buzz
14th Jan 2012 (#)

I've noticed since I began here how exuberant and enthusiastic Bronnamdi was in his articles. My attitude pales in comparison to his, which is always, like yours, positive! Namaste, dear friend.

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author avatar bronnamdi
17th May 2014 (#)

Thanks BUZZ. I put my mind and my all in what I do. The interest is there to write and I do my best.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
14th Jan 2012 (#)

Every Wikinut author follow every other Wikinut author? That might be possible and feasible in an ideal world but it's not practical in the real world, if, for no other reason than there are just too many of us. I have enough trouble now keeping up with all the messages in my in box and only have, as of this morning, 270 people who follow me and who I follow back. I have to force myself to ignore new messages that come in order to get the writing that I need to do done. Nice idea, though.

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author avatar Retired
14th Jan 2012 (#)

It would certainly be ideal if we all could do this (and on a consistent basis) but I agree with jerry---it is simply not possible to keep up, unless one is a retiree or a hermit. :)

still, I love and admire your enthusiasm and will also rad the articles by Bronnamdi.

Thanks for your wonderful participation on this site, my friend. It's because of members like you that Wikinut will flourish more and more. I hope to participate more often (soon).

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author avatar bronnamdi
17th May 2014 (#)

Thanks Rama.

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author avatar Sheila Newton
14th Jan 2012 (#)

Great star page. Super write-up.

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author avatar bronnamdi
14th Jan 2012 (#)

Thanks Rathnashikamani for this writeup. I appreciate your writing that my views are sound.

Regards.

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author avatar Denise O
14th Jan 2012 (#)

I agree with all of your advice my friend. Yes, I have had to delete others pages while my computer went kaput and also, the times I have been sick but, for us that are new at this game. Getting our name out, on all we can, is key. At times I have to will myself to go to the pages of others, it is time consuming but, it also helps us, help our little community, called Wikinut. With out the support of others, I would have quit one month after I started. As I keep repeating: We are in this thing together, if you do good, then I too do good. By the way, I see Jerry's face all over the place, he is darn good about leaving a message on your pages. Nice one my friend, bronnamdi is very special to me, as well as, all of us here at Wikinut. As always, thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
15th Jan 2012 (#)

I'mn trying to answer every one and if they don't respond to me, well I still read their pages anyway. Mox nix!

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author avatar bronnamdi
17th May 2014 (#)

Just keep commenting. Those who appreciate you and your writings will respond.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
15th Jan 2012 (#)

Hello Rathnashikamani, indeed
Wikinut is joy! You have written an appealing article here my friend and your suggestions are valid, that is the way of the Internet. Paul Pruel put in a super effort and it paid dividends. If we keep on "fanning the flames" by writing more of the articles that we get most views on, we can build a residual income.I can strongly recommend Paul's success article, just look at the phenomenal clicks he received after his preparation work.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
15th Jan 2012 (#)

Well done and thank you Rathnashikamani!

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author avatar Jules Castillo
16th Jan 2012 (#)

very motivating article!

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
17th Jan 2012 (#)

Passionate camaraderie needed, Rathna, and also the time. Wikinut could slowly envelope our lives too! But it is a world community in the making. Let us enjoy the bonhomie and set a trend for the whole world to follow. Wikinut, through few with real passion, is already taking baby steps to enthrall, captivate and conquer. I am just feeling the waters though! siva

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author avatar Bridgitte Williams
18th Jan 2012 (#)

Excellent advice! :-)

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author avatar LOVERME
20th Jan 2012 (#)

THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH
AS I can't publish on this site ,,six are in pipeline ...
i use this poetry portion to add on my mind
They say they have nothing against me
yet they do not publish me and
i have readers 250 appx daily
Well done wikinut
u all are glamourous

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author avatar Funom Makama
16th Feb 2012 (#)

So true~~~ And I consider Mark Gordon Brown as the toughest Moderator to be convinced and when I finally got a Star from Him, it was as though I won the EUFA Champion's League, English Premiership, Spanish La Liga and the Italian League all at once... One need not go for any paid courses reading from the Moderators' articles (Especially You and Gordon).. You guys are actually doing great here...

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author avatar Funom Makama
16th Feb 2012 (#)

Sorry, what I meant was~~~~ There is no need going for extra (Paid) courses to become a successful writer (be it freelancing, script writing, or whatsoever).... Reading articles from our moderators here (especially you and Gordon) is enough to know the basis of expert Writing and Authorship... Once again, you guys are really doing something great here...

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