Thursday, September 30, 2010

Making money online through Bukisa

Im sure most of you are into internet marketing if you own your own blog/website.
You may being using Google Adsense or AdBrite on it to receive funds?
Here is another painless technique to increase your passive income; monthly, weekly or even daily.

Bukisa is a site that takes whatever information you want to write about and publishes it for free.
You receive a portion of the money it makes through page impressions.

Step 1: You need a PayPal account
Step 2: Click here to go to Bukisa, sign up and enter your details
Step 3: Write anything you want and publish it.
Step 4: Wait for page views and see the passive income flow in =)

Tell me how it goes! Remember the more articles you write the more you will increase your passive income.

Note: Bukisa likes informational articles such as 'How to' and will get you more views, do not breach the copyright laws.

Benefits:
  • I personally like Bukisa as you don't have to type any personal information such as Bank Details. As soon as you supply your email address, it will send the money to that email address through PayPal.
  • You don't have to worry about fetching traffic/views to your article, it is automated by Bukisa.

26 comments:

  1. How much do they pay on average?

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  2. article 1: 4 views, 0.01c
    article 2: 5 views, 0.03c
    article 3: 6 views, 0.03c

    It depends a lot on the information you submit im guessing, btw i wrote these articles yesterday.

    cant wait to see what its like with more views

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  3. is that cents or hundreths of a cent?

    if you got 3 hundreths of a cent for 6 views, it wouldn't be worth it if it took any effort on your part... that woule translate to one cent for every 200 views, maybe 10 bucks a year if you had decent traffic... compare that with adgoogles, where I see that today I had 220 views, 9 clicks, and earned $8.63

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  4. hmmn.. No thanks. Especially if what Crunky said is true, adsense just rocks socks - you cant touch it =D

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  5. Hm. I'll see how good this is for surplus.

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  6. Crunky its in actual cents not in hundreds.
    article 1: 4 views, 0.01c
    article 2: 5 views, 0.03c
    article 3: 6 views, 0.03c
    in around lets say a day

    average: 0.023 in that day for 3 articles

    after lets say 200 articles
    (200 / 3)*0.023= $1.53 per day

    This fluctuates a lot though so its not accurate, but income is better than no income =)

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  7. This is most informative. I might start doing this too.

    Thanks for the heads up, I'm going to be following your blog now.

    Thanks again!

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  8. sorry should have made it more clear crunky:
    $0.01
    $0.03
    $0.03

    NOT
    0.01c
    0.03c
    0.03c

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  9. Hope it helps, i mean i like it as a slight boost to the adsense funds, Bukisa likes 'hot to' articles apparantly. So maybe "hot to cook potatoes" or something will drive more viewers =)

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  10. I guess it would depend upon whose job it is to drive traffic to your articles... if it's a completely passive system, ie your original time investment to write the article is all you need to put in, then in the long run you'll be profiting... however, if you need to constantly drive traffic to your articles, then you'll get bogged down long before you reach 200 articles and you'll only end up driving traffic to a few of them at any one time, in which case it becomes more work than its worth...

    Do let us know how this progresses...

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  11. Hm Not sure if would be effective, thanks for the link though, I will still consider it.

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  12. I can never say no more income... I guess I'll have a look at it! Thanks for the suggestion!

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  13. too bad i don't have a paypal...

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  14. too bad i don't have much information to offer...

    ^^

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  15. thnx for the tip about Bukisa i will see whats all about.

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  16. I don't know adbright seems sketchy

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  17. Guess I could give it a try. Who couldn't use more money in their pocket..lol

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  18. sounds interesting, can i also write in german?

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