What can I do with content that I published on Bukisa?
I've got a few hundred articles published on Bukisa and I read somewhere that they are no longer sharing their revenue and I'm therefore thinking of publishing some of them elsewhere. My question is this, how long after deleting them from the Bukisa site can I republish them on another domain? I'd like them to rank in the search engines.
have you saved all your articles published at bukisa into your wordpad? After you have deleted them, i think you may need to wait for 1 -2 months to allow the cache to be removed from googles website. Then try typing the same titles at googles. If they are not found at bukisa, you can publish them anywhere you like.
I tried logging into the Bukisa account to access my articles several weeks ago and it stated that they were down for some maintenance. I went back a few days later and still the same thing. I went back to try and log in today and the message is still showing. What can I do if I can't access the articles?
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