I’ve had a Bukisa account since the site first launched. I haven’t made a whole heap of money but I’ve made several payouts and most of that is passive as I haven’t spent a lot of time there since the first month or two.
How much can you make on Bukisa?
I’ve made $148 since early 2009 with about $99.00 coming from my own content. I really only put up content (51 articles) in the first few months and have done very little since then.
Up until now, Bukisa has run on the Bukisa Index, a fee for every 1000 page views. I recently discovered that Bukisa was changing to a Google Adsense revenue model.
Bukisa Google Revenue Sharing – Good or Bad?
I think the Google revenue share is, for me, better.
- I have an established Google account.
- I have a successful track record of making money with Google Adsense.
- I have articles on decent high-paying topics.
Those who aren’t happy with this tend to be those who haven’t yet discovered how to profit from Google Adsense or those who don’t have a Google Adsense account.
If you’re not yet an Adsense publisher, you’ve got until the end of January 2011 before the Bukisa Index ceases to exist. If you’re reading this in December, you do have time to act so that you can transition into the program. I’ll post next on how to get approved for Google Adsense. If you’re reading this after the Index has stopped paying out, you can get approved for Google Adsense within several weeks — if you do it right.
If you haven’t yet joined Bukisa, feel free to join so you can make money writing for Bukisa.
For more info for members, visit the Bukisa Google announcement when logged into your account. (If you’re not a member, join using the banner in this post). It’s easy to link your Bukisa account to your Google account and you can add Bukisa as a URL channel to your Adsense reporting so you can see where your earnings are coming from.
How will this affect Bukisa referral earnings?