How do you Follow more Wikinut authors?

Rathnashikamani By Rathnashikamani, 21st Jul 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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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.

How do you Follow more Wikinut authors?

When I joined Wikinut, first thing I wanted to know was 'How to earn more nutpoints!'

And I started following more and more Wikinut authors, so I created my own blog of 'My Wikinut Poets' as I was more interested in browsing through Wikinut poetry.

As I explored the Wikinut website by clicking clicking and clicking on innumerable Wikinut articles, I started following many authors and gained more nutpoints.

Gaining more nutpoints is a thrill and it boosts your inspiration as you browse through many different pages of various authors.

After much maniacal clicking I came to know that there is a better way of gaining more followers by visiting the profile pages of Chief Nut,Wikinut moderators and few authors who own the great treasures of nutpoints because they're followed by many Wikinut newbies.

I'm sure you will get to know a Wikinut newbie by visiting these profile pages.

Chief Nut
Mark Gordon Brown
johnnydod
laluls212
Denise O
WordWulf


Image : galore of nuts By Fir0002 at en.wikipedia , from Wikimedia Commons

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author avatar Buzz
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Very useful tips to follow, my friend. Thank you.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you, Buzz.

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author avatar SiddiQ
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Nice!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
14th Aug 2011 (#)

Thanks you liked it!

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author avatar Delicia Powers
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Very informative , thanks for this important information and outstanding links, well done!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
2nd Apr 2012 (#)

Thank you Delicia.

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author avatar jak2010
21st Jul 2011 (#)

That is true. I follow and read friends I have, but sometimes when articles of others that catch my attention I follow them too.

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author avatar Retired
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Thanks for the tips Rathnasikamaniji. Wil check it out. Blessings, rd

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author avatar jayababy
21st Jul 2011 (#)

For me, reading the comments is more interesting than gaining more nutpoints. Of course, both go hand in hand.

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author avatar Denise O
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Thank you my friend, for adding my name to your page. I am honoured.
I have been on this site for a year, I have met a lot of friends and I have enjoyed reading some wonderful work by many good writers, you included. I have enjoyed the community we have here. I just think we all need to be a bit more supportive of each other. We seem to have lost that to a certain extent. It is us, that will make or break this site. If we support each other, then I think we will all reap the benefits in the end. I think you were one of the first ones I left a message that stated something like this, 'I have never been a big fan of poetry but, I am gaining so much respect for this art form because of all the great poets here on wikinut, like you.'. I could have just dismissed poetry, since it was not my favorite to begin with but, just think of how many great pages I would have missed out on. I now just love poetry, I do not find it a chore to read at all, joking!:)
You see my friend, if I would not have gone out of my way to follow all of those that follow me, support them by leaving a message on a page they published, I would not have fell in love with poetry or have had the piriviledge to read some wonderful articles on all kinds of subjects. I was supported by a handful of people when I first started, they left me such kind messages, this encouraged me to carry on, without them, I would have stopped writing 11 months ago. I am so grateful for each and every one that has left a message on my pages. I have hit most pages of all of those that I follow, which is all that follow me.
Also, if you leave a message on anothers page and they get traffic, then you have a better chance of gaining that one person that visited that page because, you left your name there. You are only one click away. Jerry Walch was the one that pointed that out to me in the beginning. Once again, thank you for adding me to your page and thank you for taking the time, to stop by my pages and leaving me such lovely messages.:)

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author avatar Denise O
21st Jul 2011 (#)

oops, sorry about the long message.:)

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Good advice. Thank you Rathnashikamani.

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author avatar bronnamdi
21st Jul 2011 (#)

Very interesting article. I have gained useful lessons from it.

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author avatar bronnamdi
21st Jul 2011 (#)

As I said earlier, I have learnt something from your article. And I am already using it to move ahead here at wikinut.

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author avatar Denise O
21st Jul 2011 (#)

My dear friend. Finally, after a some hours, I was able to get on your site of the categories you have captured so well. Sorry but, I have a very old, (please sweet Betsy keep on going) type of computer and it is not your site mind you, it was all because of this piece of crap puter I deal with... as I give Betsy a love tap. I for one, as a wikinut writer, want to thank you for your hard work you have put into this site. You have gone out of your way to give to each and everyone of us. Thank you my friend. I mean you have put a tear in this Alabama's woman's eye, what a absolutely unselfish, darn sweet thing to do for all of us. Bravo! :)

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author avatar Songbird B
21st Jul 2011 (#)

You have put so much of yourself into Wikinut, Rath, and the hours and dedication does you credit. I, like Denise, have noticed that just because we follow someone, and they say that they are following you, it can be rare if ever you see them on your page, which is sad, as this is the way people build up comments. We do need to support each other to make this successful for all, and getting the feedback encourages creativity too..Thank you for all you do for us on here, my friend. It is appreciated.\0/x

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author avatar Phoenix Montoya
22nd Jul 2011 (#)

Yep, I already knew some on the list. Great writers too. And one of these six is a real charmer too. Good post :)

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author avatar Spicy
22nd Jul 2011 (#)

Very useful suggestions to grow in wikinut. Thank you

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author avatar Carol Kinsman
22nd Jul 2011 (#)

Great information, Rath. I'm not sure how many people I follow right now, but it can be very difficult to keep up on the reading. I try to read everything. It's not always possible though... Thank you

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author avatar Carol
22nd Jul 2011 (#)

Great info. I do my best to read everything my followers write, and comment, as it does encourage others . Sometimes I can't comment on it all, just not enough hours in the day. It's a lovely community on this site, so many friends I have made.

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author avatar Maria Malone
23rd Jul 2011 (#)

Thank you Rath for your caring and thoughtful article(s)!!

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author avatar Retired
2nd Aug 2011 (#)

The information is very helpful - thank you.

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
14th Aug 2011 (#)

I am a new comer to Wikinut and love reading and writing more. Nice and very inspiring article for us to follow up. Thank you very much for this thought provoking article, Rath.

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author avatar LBH
26th Sep 2011 (#)

Thanks for the welcome and the information. As a newbie, it is very helpful as I strive to learn how to be more of a 'nut'.

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author avatar Bets
25th Oct 2011 (#)

I LOVE YOUR SUBJECT TITLES. :) FOLLOWING YOU NOW, HAHAHA.

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author avatar Bets
25th Oct 2011 (#)

THNX FOR BEING AT MY PAGE. :)

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author avatar Funom Makama
2nd Apr 2012 (#)

This is a wonderful idea..

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author avatar Retired
2nd Jul 2012 (#)

Very interesting article. Well done

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