What Our Wikinut Points Tell About Us?

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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.

What are Wikinut Points?

I define Wikinut Points as the first award in term of nutpoints (aside from the different wikinut badges) awarded to anyone who explores and registers to Wikinut Community for the purpose of sharing his/her talents to other Wikinutters and other stuff to Internet, 3Ws and to the people around the World through this website - http://www.wikinut.com/.

How to Earn Wikinut Points?

The moment a person registers at http://www.wikinut.com/ and after his initial registration, he will receive his initial nutpoints and those points will increase as he goes further by publishing his articles pages. The more articles he writes, the more articles he will publish and more nutpoints he will receive.

In addition to them, he will receive more nutpoints by inviting friends. If his invited friends have registered to Wikinut community, he will receive bigger nutpoints equals to 50 nutpoints for an individual who successfully registered. The more invitations he will send off to friends, the more nutpoints he will be expecting to earn.

Other Sources to Earn Wikinut Points

Aside from the initial registration, publishing pages and inviting friends to join to our Wikinut Community, there are other sources to earn Nutpoints.

(1) Our daily visit to our Wikinut Community is equals to 1 nutpoint.
(2) When someone follows you - the nutpoints you will receive is equals to 5 nutpoints.
(3) When someone visits your page article and left a comment - the nutpoints you will receive is equals to 2 nutpoints.

And in return you will also give back those points to those who follow you and to those who leave comments to your articles.

(I decided not to include here the Nutpoints earned from moderating articles - they are additional nutpoints received by moderators from moderating the artilces before publishing them.)

What Our Wikinut Points Tell About Us?

Our Wikinut Points tell about our overall standing in our community through the different activities we do everyday or everytime we visit the site. They are the result of all of our hardworks we bestowed in our community.

Spreading our wings by visiting other Wikinutters pages and commenting on their articles will result to increasing traffics, views and increasing both of our Wikinut earnings.

Also our Wikinut Points tell us - how we are friendly wikinutters, how far we socialize with other wikinutters, how far we care other Wikinutters, how happily we welcome and supports the newbies.

Hit Wikinut, Write and Get Paid.

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I am a web content creator, on-line marketer, products and services promoter, on-line writer and a Filipino blogger; I write about anything under the sun; making fun and socializing other Net users.

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author avatar Carol
5th Jan 2011 (#)

I like this article, many thanks.

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author avatar ppruel
5th Jan 2011 (#)

Welcome Ms. Carol. Thank you also for your time and commenting. Please accept my evening Wikinut hug...

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
5th Jan 2011 (#)

I like that you added about supporting newbies. Sometimes older users forget that others need our support.
How lonely it must be to write an article or two... and never get any comments.
A great way to earn some nutpoints!

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

right Mark. now the first thing I do everytime I am at our community is to visit the feature page section to spot newbies. And I am happy for doing it. thanks.

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author avatar Sarah Girard
5th Jan 2011 (#)

thanks for this info it is helpful to me

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Friend Sarah, I am happy that you chose Wikinut to share your talents.

Thanks for your time and commenting.

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author avatar A.R.Treadway
5th Jan 2011 (#)

thanks

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Friend A.R. thank you too and welcome to Wikinut.

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author avatar SiddiQ
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Ditto, Mark! Well done, ppruel!

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

As usual dude SiddiQ, thank you.

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author avatar mountainside
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Thank you for the detailed explanation. Greatly appreciated.

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author avatar Ava Alexander
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks for the information. I'm new, and your article looks like a good model to follow in my writing here.

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

thank you friend Ava for your time and commenting. welcome. just keep on writing. wikinutters are friendly and supportive. donot just stay in your comfort zone. go out. visit other wikinutters pages. happy flying with wikinut community.

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author avatar ppruel
6th Jan 2011 (#)

welcome and thank you for appreciation. i too appreciated it friend mountainside.

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author avatar Yvonnek
7th Jan 2011 (#)

thanks

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author avatar ppruel
7th Jan 2011 (#)

don't mention it Yvonnek. welcome and thank you too.

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author avatar Denise O
7th Jan 2011 (#)

As you can tell, I am a bit behind on reading articles. Good read my friend and I do think we all need to support each other.
What helps others, also in turn helps us all in the end.
Congrats on the star page.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar ppruel
7th Jan 2011 (#)

thank you Denise for the kind words. right. God bless.

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author avatar Stable
8th Jan 2011 (#)

This is really useful as a newbie to wikinuts - thanks!

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author avatar Greenfaol
9th Jan 2011 (#)

Really useful page, well written, thanks for that :D

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author avatar ppruel
9th Jan 2011 (#)

Welcome friend. Thank you too for your time and commenting. I appreciate it.

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author avatar Retired
15th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing

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author avatar ppruel
15th Jan 2011 (#)

Again thank you for your time friend. I do appreciate it.

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author avatar LOVERME
19th Jan 2011 (#)

see Mrs PALMER
HOW SUCCESSFULL U R UNLIKE ME
RARELY ANY ONE
posts comments as they do mama for thee
keep ur hands busy ur a busiy beeeeee

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author avatar ppruel
20th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks lovelyhoney - we are always here for you and for the rest.

Neighbors are always neighbors. When you visit them in return they will visit you.

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author avatar ashart
23rd Mar 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing!

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author avatar ppruel
23rd Mar 2011 (#)

Welcome ashart. And thank you too for stopping by.

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author avatar Carolyn Cordon
17th Apr 2011 (#)

This is a useful article, and I love how the people who comment are all so lovely! I'm new to Wikinut and I so love the sense of friendship here!

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author avatar ppruel
18th Apr 2011 (#)

Welcome Carolyn. Hope you will enjoy your stay in the community with the rest of Wikinutters. Thank you for your time and commenting.

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author avatar Jlyn11
25th May 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing, I learned something new today :)

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author avatar ppruel
25th May 2011 (#)

Welcome Jlyn. And thank you for stopping by. I appreciate.

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author avatar Lisa Orris
29th Jan 2012 (#)

I was wondering what the purpose of those Nutpoints was...Thanx :)

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author avatar Allison Jae
31st Jul 2012 (#)

I was also wondering what Nutpoints were for.

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author avatar Retired
13th May 2013 (#)

I was kind of wondering what the nutpoints were used for, and this explains most of it. Thanks for posting.

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