Thursday, January 20, 2011

Chitika and Bukisa

Bukisa has now fully implemented the big change: member can only earn through Google Adsense or Chitika. I chose the latter. Other than Nuffnang, Chitika made it easy for me to sign up—and the following day—my application was apprved. Fortunately, I now have Chitika ads running alongside my Bukisa articles; otherwise, I have no choice but to abandon Bukisa. In the first week of February the earnings based on the Bukisa index of 3.22 will be sent to its member’s Paypal account.

And with regard to the new venture in making money online, I’ve checked my Chitika account, and I only have like 10 impressions of ads so far and no clicks yet. I’m not sure how long I can earn form Chitika, especially with the rule that audience/traffic must come from USA and Canada only. Maybe I’ll add Chitika in a blog that caters more to Americans and Canadians, that is, if I end procrastinating and start working in some of my ideas.

But for now I’m preoccupied in learning to make a lucrative hub. Though I’m not earning yet, I’m enjoying in sprucing up each hub. Can’t wait to have my first-ever product sold—what would it be or how much commission will I get didn’t matter to me, as of now. When my sister first sold an item on her hub she was so happy (but didn’t do a happy dance or song) and proud. We’re expecting the first item she bought on Amazon using her gift card—the fruition of her hard work. It’s actually a post-Christmas and an early birday gift for our dad, at the same time.

Looking forward to a lot of good things!

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Lisa Gayagay said...

Cute blog. I joined Bukisa in 2009 and I have more than 400 articles there but haven't earned much. Now. I have abandoned the site and I am concentrating on my other writing sites instead. Great posts.

elvie | Invest and Work at Home said...

I haven't tried Bukisa but I read some of the reviews that the change it had is not really good specially for those who are just writing and not maintaining blogs.

Caerol said...

@ Lisa

That's a lot of articles for a single site. The most review I've written is on Reviewstream. I have to work really hard to at least have 100 hubs.

Good luck with your endeavor.

@ elvie

I suppose many have turned away from Bukisa but others like the change anyway. It's just a matter of choice. But like what you said it isn't such a good idea to focus on a single site. Having your own blog is there to say as long as you wish. I suggest for you to try Hubpages. I'll write more about it later.

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