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How to Make Money with BUKISA: a Great Way to Make Money From the Internet Fast!

Updated on August 13, 2009

Make Instant Revenues Within Hours of Signing Up With Bukisa

Yes, it’s true, you can make money immediately, by working from home, after signing up with Bukisa. It’s not tons and tons of dollars, okay, let me make that clear. But it does generate revenues faster than, say, adsense…oops, I am not slighting adsense and its affiliates, such as HubPages. It just earns faster, though I still don't know how it will turn out, in the long run. I’m just stating a fact, based on my personal experience. But I love Blogger. In fact, I maintain a blog about our travels with it. It’s only made 3 cents since I created it last month, but I’m not complaining!

I love HubPages, too, and in fact recently I have devoted a lot of time in HP, trying to come up with quality hubs and trying to understand the whole HP system. I have only been here for sometime, but many creative writers swear that they make money online regularly from HP and I am a believer.

Bukisa is based on viewership, not on clicks

The one unique feature of Bukisa that sets it apart from other revenue sharing sites is that it is based on viewership, not on clicks. This is a great come on (and really a relief) to someone who is looking for a way to earn passive income immediately.

Let’s look at the pros and cons of pay-per-click vs. pay-per-view by an example:

Say I have 50 articles each online for a pay-per-click and pay-per-view site. Each of these articles has been viewed 20 times with 5 clicks each.

Note that there are two different critical factors here. In pay per view sites, you only need to be viewed to get paid. In pay per click sites, you need to be viewed AND you need your viewer to click on one of your ads for you to get paid. There’s a very big difference there, and it is one that can spell your income for you.

Sign up with Bukisa for free

Like most sites, Bukisa does not ask for any payment when you join them. And they never will. They just share the revenues with you, as long as you keep churning out articles and posting them on their site.

Bukisa is not complicated

Bukisa is relatively less complicated than other sites. It is very straightforward. You post an article, that article gets viewed, and you get paid. As easy as that.

The threshold for payment is also relatively low compared to other sites, and that is $10. The best part is that all transactions can be done online!

Bukisa is not about niches

Another thing that makes Bukisa attractive is the fact that you can write about anything. Unlike blogging, you don’t need to develop your blogs around a central theme to rank high in the search engines. You can write about anything and everything. Of course, it will help if you write about relevant topics. For example, you can write about debt management, Michael Jackson, Harry Potter, Obama, to generate more views.

There are several ways to earn in Bukisa

The following diagram illustrates your earning potential in Bukisa:

1st Level of earnings come from the direct revenues generated by your published articles. Naturally, the more you publish, the more you earn.

2nd Level of earnings come from a percentage of the revenues generated by people in your network. People in your network are those who joined Bukisa because of you. Either you invited them and they joined, or they read your post (such as this one) and joined. I might as well tell you now that if you sign-up as a direct result of reading this hub, you will belong to my network and I will get percentages from your earnings. No harm to you, of course, but beneficial to me. J

In fact, I am not familiar with my “referrer”. I must have read her blog and I clicked on the link. I don’t mind, though, since it does not lessen my earnings in any way.

Because this earning is dependent on the number of people in your network, you need to invite as many people as you can, and they in turn have to write and post articles. Doing so will result to a rippling effect to her and your income.

3rd  Level of earnings come from the network of your network. Once your networks invite people, and those people signed up and posted articles, you will get a share in the earnings. This is really a bonus, since you have been earning anyway from your posts.

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The Key to Earning a Lot in Bukisa

It’s not a secret, and it’s not magic. It is simply persistence. This is the key to earning a lot in Bukisa. Write as much as you can, and you can stop after some time and just benefit from the earnings generated by your posts. I have some 52 posts now, which has earned $2 in 2 weeks. It’s not a lot, but it was very fast! If I post more, I will certainly earn more. And over time this will be significant, and the sweet part is, by then I won’t be exerting any effort anymore. I can’t wait!

You can join Bukisa now and start earning right away by clicking HERE.


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    • Tonipet profile image

      Tonette Fornillos 

      7 years ago from The City of Generals

      I have a Bukisa account, maybe I needed to add more articles to see how it's doing. Thanks for the tips, very helpful.

    • Hubs Directory profile image

      Hubs Directory 

      9 years ago

      Bukisa is a great website. I also make some pretty mice income with Bukisa :)

      Great hub!


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      10 years ago

      Hi, I'm going to try Bukisa. Hope I'll earn from there. Thanks.

    • mommyfreelancer profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Philippines

      The views may be misleading. Here in HubPages you will inevitably get views, but they may be mostly from within HP, therefore it won't earn you anything. Check the stats of your hub, see where the traffic is coming from. You can then compare the two sites. I am enjoying it here very much in HP, and spending almost all my writing time here, for now. I posted some 50+ articles in Bukisa and haven't checked since. I'm sure they're earning, too. You can do the same - post a lot of articles in Bukisa, then concentrate on writing somewhere else. Hope this helps. Good luck!

    • thedentistrator profile image


      10 years ago from EGYPT

      I have one article in bukisa,i wrote it 6 weeks ago or more,and i have only 2 views and 0.0 earnings,i put the same article here,for 3 days it got 5 views,whats your opinions?

    • mommyfreelancer profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Philippines

      Glad to be of help, Prasetio! Here's to your success!

    • prasetio30 profile image


      10 years ago from malang-indonesia

      I had join bukisa. But I get new secret reveal here. from your hub. It open my eyes to maximize my earning on bukisa. thanks= for information.

    • mommyfreelancer profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Philippines

      Of course! I will be grateful. Thank you! :)

    • emievil profile image


      10 years ago from Philippines

      Hi mommyfreelancer. I have a request. Can I link this hub and your hub on ODesk in one of my hubs?

    • mommyfreelancer profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you, Zsuzsy Bee! Yes, to our success! Cheers!

    • Zsuzsy Bee profile image

      Zsuzsy Bee 

      10 years ago from Ontario/Canada

      Great hub, I just joined Bukisa so here is to our success...

      regards Zsuzsy


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