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Bukisa-whoring your referral link.

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by leonidt, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. leonidt

    leonidt Regular Member

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    Alright, seems as there is all this interest in Bukisa lately, and some people know I've said that the good money is in referrals, I decided my first 3 star post (201st :D ) should be all about how I get referrals. :D

    1) Your link.

    If you're planning on doing any kind of serious referral whoring, you should really get a domain to forward to your ref link. As you can see by my sig, I was lucky enough to snatch up the .net version ( :D ) but I think there were still several available extensions left. Even if there isn't, you can always get something like joinbukisa.com/net/info or similar. It still looks better than a naked referral link. People often don't pay attention to the exact address, especially if clicking on a hyperlink, but the do pay attention to shit written after the extension, because it's not normal. joinbukisa.com that redirects to bukisa.com would be better than bukisa.com/ref123456omgwhatisthis.

    Another reason to get a domain name, if you for some reason get your Bukisa account banned, you can create another one, and simply redirect your domain to your new ref link, and all of your promotion/SEO work doesn't go to waste.

    2) Promotion.

    Bukisa gives you a % of views from your referrals, not earnings. Thus, the key to making money is getting people under you that are going to be making money from article views, not from referrals. Meaning, if you signed up under my referral, and then followed this guide to make money from referrals, I wouldn't make money from YOUR referrals. Makes sense? :p

    So how do you get publishers under you? Simple, you need to target writers, not internet marketers. White hat writers are suckers. :D Target places like Triond, AC, and all the other sites where every day joes write articles in an attempt to make some pennies. Go hit the forums with "hey, have you guys tried this site xxxxx.com?" Google search for "triond" "associated content" "brighthub" ect, any place that pays people for writing. You should find a ton of articles people have written about those places. Most of them you can leave comments. So...leave comments! "I don't like the site you talked about, I prefer xxxxx.com for making money online."

    Yahoo Answers. I love yahoo answers, it's a gold mine. People come there with problems, and look for answers. Plus, it gets indexed fast and stays indexed long. But its not just for getting article views, but for referrals as well! Go search for "how do I make money" type posts, and hit them with your Bukisa pitch. Hell, you can even copy/paste Bukisa's pitch off the site if you're lazy. Another thing you can target is people looking for paid stuff for free. "How do I get a paid Runescape account for free?" "how do I get a rapidshare account for free?" all those type of posts are VERY high traffic. So hit them with "you can't, but you can make money to pay for one with this site xxxxxx.com!"

    There was an ebook posted earlier about some Bukisa basics. Copy that bitch, throw your referral link in there, and distribute it. Distribute it everywhere, yahoo answers, forums (not this one!), chat groups, torrents. Make it catchy-"how to automatically make money online with no investment" or some shit. (Bonus Tip: If you want to make some extra money, distribute it through one of those get-paid-to-upload places.)

    That's pretty much it. Cliff notes; Get a domain, point it at your Bukisa referral link, do SEO/promotion on it. :D If you need more ideas for promotion, visit the SEO section. I'm always amazed at how little people look in the SEO section, and that's where some of the best information is.
     
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  2. edithhuneycutt

    edithhuneycutt Registered Member

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    Have you ever got paid by bukisa.com. If so, how much? Thanks. Hope to receive your answer ASAP.
     
  3. ocelot

    ocelot Newbie

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    sorry for the bump, but where do u get the bukisa aff link?
    i can only see an invite section in my account....
     
  4. leonidt

    leonidt Regular Member

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    Right on your front "My Bukisa" page.

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  5. ocelot

    ocelot Newbie

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    :)
    noob alert
     
  6. ljt3759

    ljt3759 Regular Member

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    Great post, shame there is so little comments, this should give it a little bump.
     
  7. trustedfire9

    trustedfire9 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    thanks dude for sharing , i have the best spinner if i submit 500 articles how i can earn ?
     
  8. _hex:

    _hex: Registered Member

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    nice guide :D
     
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  9. Nugget16

    Nugget16 Registered Member

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    I'm curious though. Does your account get penalized on the basis of who you refer? Is a legitimate account worth using to refer people?
     
  10. zack637

    zack637 Newbie

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    This.