Write a Knol - New payment program from ISC+++++++++++++++++++
This program is merged with regular link submission program
Have you heard about "Wikipedia" ? That is the most visited source of knowledge in internet. You can find information about almost anything in that website.
Google just launched a new site very similar to Wikipedia. This site is called "KNOL" (which stands for Knowledge). This site is expected to grow very fast since it owned by Google.
Since the Knol site is very new, there is not much content. This is a great opportunity for all of us to create content about important things (places, people, or any other topic that people want to search).
ISC is starting a new payment program regarding this site.
Members of ISC can create articles in Knol.Google.com about any universities in India with a reference link to the corresponding university page in ISC. For each published and valid article (an article is known as 'Knol' in that site) with a link to the university page in ISC, we will pay up to Rs 50 and give up to 50 points.
After you publish a valid Knol, you should post the link in our Links section so that we will know about it and we can credit accordingly.
1. Do not spam the Knol website
2. Post Knols only if you are good in English. They will simply delete articles with very poor English
3. The article should not look like it is written to promote ISC. It should be genuine information about the university.
4. Do not copy even a single line of text from other sites. Every line should be written in your own words
5. We will accept a maximum of 5 posts per university. So, before you post, do a search in Knol website and also in our links section.
6. Each Knol should have a link to the corresponding university page in ISC with the anchor text as the university name, like the sample page below.
How to get started ?
Take a look at the sample Knol I posted - http://knol.google.com/k/tony-john/mahatma-gandhi-university/9b482gdtghws/5#
Go to our Universities section and identify the university you want to post.
Go to http://knol.google.com/ and search for the university you like to post. If there are not more than 5, then create your own.
After you create an article, Save it and Publish it.
Return to ISC and submit a link to your Knol in our Links section
For first few people, if you can post the link to your Knol below here as a response, I can give my review comments.