Today, I want to discuss the writing site Bukisa. When I first heard about it, I thought I would wait on user feedback and see how Bukisa panned out.
Over time, I've heard good things about Bukisa and many writers have contacted me and related that they are happy with the earning potential.
I decided to join Bukisa. Registration was easy and I was informed that I would receive the standard activation link in an email. While waiting upon that, I got busy and wrote a short bio
and uploaded a picture + added Twitter to my Bukisa account.
Getting back to Bukisa, writers receive payment within 30 days of the end of the month in which their earnings reach the minimum level of $10.00USD. Payments are via PayPal.
Best of all, Bukisa is open to non-US residents. If you are from Canada, you may have felt frustrated that many of the online writing opportunities are unavailable to Canadian writers.
While Bukisa recommends original content, you can publish previously published works. I have mixed feelings about this: there's concern about duplicate content and how that relates to Google; as well, I've noticed that article earnings are higher per piece when traffic isn't diverted.
Deciding to publish PPP's is a personal decision. You may have work on a site that isn't performing up to expectations or the site's policies have prevented you from getting paid on your content (for example, Helium's rule about maintaining a star before you receive payments). In these scenarios, you may decide to publish that content on Bukisa so that at least you are earning something for your past efforts.
Writers can submit up to 25 pieces of content daily at Bukisa.
As well, Bukisa has a 3-levels-deep revenue sharing model, so that your earn when you invite others to join Bukisa.
It will be interesting to see how my articles perform at Bukisa and I will keep readers posted.
Update: I've withdrawn my articles from Bukisa. The site has changed their revenue model. I found that earnings were lower at Bukisa than what is common at other sites.