How does Wikinut work?

Chief NutStarred Page By Chief Nut, 8th Nov 2009 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Wikinut is a simple concept, and we can guarantee you'll understand how it works within minutes. Read this quick guide, and you'll soon be on the way to your first great Wikinut adventure.

What is Wikinut?

Wikinut is an online publisher for the masses. Anybody can write pages for Wikinut. We will then publish these online for a worldwide audience.

Why should I publish on Wikinut?

This is the easy bit. You're the person who writes the content. You can write about anything you like - within reason.

You can upload images and embed videos into your page. You can link pages together and even pick the category you want them to appear in.

Then you can sit back, your job is done.

We then review the article, publish it and make it available to the world. Plus we look after all the clever geeky stuff like servers, hosting and so on.

Once people begin to read your content they can reply using comments and engage with you and other readers.

You can follow fellow authors and be notified every time they publish a new page, and if you know people elsewhere who could write on a topic we make it easy to invite them to join too.

That's it - we told you it was simple. Join now to write your first article.

How are pages approved?

Our own users moderate pages and give feedback on how pages can be improved. Most pages are reviewed within a few hours and are then instantly made available on the site. They'll also automatically start to appear in search engines. We also generate special short URLs you can use on social media to share your work.

So if you are interested, sign up now and get involved.


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Overly excited co-founder, keen to share the buzz so please get Wikinutting and give us some feedback! I'll be writing about new features as we add them to the site, and a few other topics as well.

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