Comparing HubPages to Bukisa and Wizzley for Online Income
They all some things in common. They are monitored for duplicate content, at least Wizzley and HubPages are, Bukisa, seems to allow duplicate content. What does it mean? It means that if you wrote for HubPages, went to Wizzley and copied and pasted it, submitted, it would get rejected. If you did the same on Bukisa, it probably would pass.
They all use the same google, ebay and amazon referrals allowing you to make money.
There are differences. With Wizzley, your article must be at least 400 words and you can only add one photo at a time, unlike Hubpages that allows multiple. HubPages also has a minimum number of words, but it is very low. This allows for content that requires only a concise writing. Trying to stretch a topic to 400 words can be a nuisance. I see no reason for it. Bukisa is less writer friendly. Their method of using images is mysterious not intuitive like the other two. They really have no explanations, either. The images must conform to a specific size in pixels, which is annoying because you need to prep it first as their online editor as yet to work for me. Bukisa does not seem to have a minimum number of words, either.
I found that Wizzley and Hubpages are more similar than not, while Bukisa, was more different than not. The modules for both Wizzley and Hubpages follow a similar format and pattern in their use. They both use a different way of spreading your writing out there and HubPages seems to be the better of them all. Unlike HubPages, Wizzley nor Bukisa, have an obvious ranking system, at least it was not apparent to me. It seems Wizzley has a more robust editor, allowing the writer to be more creative.
If I had to rank them, I would say HubPages is best, Wizzley is second, Bukisa, third.
Wizzley and Bukisa
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