I was new to the computer world and looked for sites to have articles published. Alas, I have found Bukisa and have some articles published on Bukisa. Here are some simple steps I took to get started on Bukisa.
The best part about writing for Bukisa is that you get paid month after month for your work. That means it is passive income; if you stop writing one day, you will still make money for years. You can check your Bukisa account anytime and you will see a cent is added to your account. Bukisa is also the best so far among the web sites I signed up with because it pays its writers by more than $3 per 1000 clicks.
- Step 1
First of all, you need to understand that you aren’t going to make say $100 your first month unless you write a master piece. Like I said before, this is a passive income stream, so once you’ve written an article it will work for you.
- Step 2
Signup for accounts on Bukisa.com
- Step 3
Decide a topic that you think people will like and search for. Bukisa articles rank really well in Yahoo, Google and other search engines, so try to come up with a topic that you know people will search for.
- Step 4
Write your article! Larger articles consisting of 400 or more words seem to do better in search engines, so try not to write small articles.
- Step 5
Publish your article on Bukisa.com
- Step 6
Wait for approval. Approval generally takes around a maximum of 24 hours. Make sure you don’t publish articles that have already been published elsewhere or they will be denied.
- Step 7
Once your articles have been approved, I highly recommend submitting your articles to a few social bookmarking sites to increase their visibility. There are Bukisa tools to help you promote your articles.
- Step 8
Sit back, relax and check your stats.
The key to making money is to consistently publish articles. Don’t expect to make a ton of money off 10 or so articles. Set a goal to publish one or two articles a day, and in a couple of months you will be making a few hundred dollars.
After awhile you will have a good passive income base.