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If you haven’t heard of , it’s probably because it’s not taken very seriously as a source of income.  The site pays on a monthly $/1000 which changes, based on the previous month’s earnings for the entire site. Consequently, crappy articles are paid at the same rate as good articles, and it’s all about “driving traffic” for some writers who get paid more while other writers are writing nice SEO (creating the income)

The current $/1000 is around $3.50 and that’s significantly lower than my Suite101 $/1000 so I’m not about to convert. However, I’m not unhappy with my experience there.

I use Bukisa as a place to house my articles that I just can’t fit elsewhere. I’ve renamed some Demand Studios rejects, I’ve reworked some Rent-a-coder disasters. But over the past  18 months I’ve made $210 for 13 articles. That works out to a little over $16 per article. That’s not so bad.  Clearly, I’m posting less than 1 article a month, so the $10-$20 residual income check I get each month is for basically nothing.

Another cool thing about Bukisa is that you get paid for your recruits. So when people read your articles, if they sign up to write for Bukisa, you get paid.  If you send a friend your referral link, you get paid a percentage of their income (without them losing anything) and the pay scale goes three levels deep. So you get paid for your grand-recruits, too.  I love it because when I need a quote or an outbound link for something, I head over to my recruits’ articles because when I help THEM, it helps me, too.  (So don’t just sign up, , thank you

AND- they have some sort of thing where they want us all to recruit people to add their video and audio files, too.  I haven’t explored that, I’m not a big fan of the sound of my own voice

So if you , please

and understand what you’re getting into- you need to use good SEO in order to get traffic unless you want to beg everyone on your email list to read your articles. But the residuals come forever and you earn on your recruits.

I haven’t explored using

as a second home for mature (over 1 yr old) Suite101 articles yet, so far I’ve been using

(excellent revenue) and

(not so much)

The site also allows out-bound links in your articles, so you can use the Bukisa articles to create incoming links to your other articles, in a or for a set of articles on a common theme.

The term “massive exposure” in the ad below is quite a stretch, but you can make a few bucks with legitimate recruits and SEO articles you can’t place elsewhere. Good luck

Here are some of my Bukisa recruits, kicking butt and earning income. Let their success be an inspiration to you:

and publishes mostly how-to and parenting related articles.

has been with the site for just a few months but she’s doing well with fashion and celebrity gossip articles

specializes in articles about animals, especially dogs and dog training

is new and her earnings are moving up my chart- she writes abotu saving money (always a hot niche) and family topics

and, to prove that the articles I’m placing there are random…

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Inspired by ‘s report

My goal is to make a fortune every month through residual income and passive income.

Clearly, I have a long way to go.

Residual income comes from articles written in the past.

Each month I devote 4-6 hours of my time, writing articles for revenue-sharing sites that will generate residual income forever.

Each month (theoretically) the income grows while the time commitment stays the same.

Year 1 (no goal)

December 2007 – $3.45

January 2008 – $10.96

February 2008 – $13.99

March 2008 – $17.18

April 2008 – $30.44

May 2008 – $27.18

June 2008 – $26.54

July 2008 – $59.09

August 2008 – $154.50

September 2008 – $132.12

October 2008 – $135.64

November 2008 – $210.16

December 2008 – $160.69

Year 2 (goal $500/mo)

January 2009 – $221.11

February 2009 – $228.69

March 2009 – $380.01

April 2009 – $629.06

May 2009 – $617.81

June 2009 – $629.81

July 2009 – $743.13

August 2009 – $912.39

September 2009 – $975.01

October 2009 – $891.81

November 2009 – $901.88

December 2009 – $642.81

Year 3 goal ($1,000/mo)

January 2010 – $857.34

February 2010 – $696.96

March 2010 – $770.60

April 2010 – $640.34

May 2010 – $539.67

June 2010 – $598.07

July 2010 – $728.88

August 2010 – $819.26

September 2010 – $778.62

October 2010 – $648.01

November 2010 –

December 2010 –

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