Possible Way To Make Money On Bukisa (Or AC For That Matter)

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Let me start this off with disclaimers:

1. This popped into my head last night. It may not even make sense, but in my newb mind, it seems feasible.

2. I have never tried it because I haven't quite developed the technical know-how to pull this off.

3. This may require a little more technical thought then I am able to put into it - feel free to expand upon the idea if it may actually even work.

4. Ooooh, I almost forgot #4. If someone has stated this before, I'm sorry. It formulated in my mind after reading one of Harro's posts yesterday. I have never read this method before, but that doesn't mean it hasn't been out there.

5. One last one - this is my first attempt at posting a method, so I hope it works. :)

Anyways, on to the plan!

With Bukisa or AC, they pay (not too much) for article views, correct? What would stop you from putting up a bunch of articles, and iframing random articles of yours on websites that you own which pull in a decent amount of traffic? If this is plausible, what about buying junk traffic to be sent to said websites of yours. I haven't even really thought into that last idea, as I don't know what the traffic costs as to figure out if it would even be profitable.

Reitterating the idea in steps:

1. Post a lot of articles on Bukisa, and spread the traffic randomly (you don't want one article pulling in 100k hits a day)

2. iframe the articles on your websites which are getting good traffic.

3. Figure out some what to spoof the referrer unless you figure a way to make it actually look as if the traffic is coming from your blog/site

4. Rinse and repeat by making a page that legitemately could be pushing the traffic towards the articles and just buy low-priced junk traffic.

5. Collect your money.

Ideas, thoughts, or suggestions? I would say be kind because this is my first attempt at an idea, but it probably wouldn't help if the idea sucks! I'm a big boy, and can take the heat anyways :p
 
I don't know if you would get caught doing that, but you gave me an idea.... link your ac articles to your bukisa articles and so on... not a million dollar idea, but you could get an extra view or two.
 
JDavis you'd probably make more money iframing single field CPA offers and putting them on your website.. add some incentive for them to submit their email addy or zip and you can make $1-2 per. compared to Bukisa ~3.50 per 1000 views.....
 
The idea will work, here's a suggestion to add to it. Get a your site, iframe 5-10 articles and post it in your site that have decent number of clicks. Go buy junk traffic and send to your site. Instead of getting views for 1 articles, you'll get same amount of views on multiple articles = more $$. Make sure rotate and randomly put articles in the iframe to make it look a bit real. And the junk traffic should be sent to your site on average speed, again to make it look genuine and mix it with your organic traffic.
 
I'm not a big html master but if you put the bukisa article to the iframe tag the page break the frame and open in full screen.Any other method exist in html for this framebreaker pages like bukisa?
 
I thought about doing multiple articles, but the problem that I came up with is that you would have multiple articles being opened from the same IP, almost instantly. I would be worried they'd notice that if it happened on a regular basis :-/.

The idea will work, here's a suggestion to add to it. Get a your site, iframe 5-10 articles and post it in your site that have decent number of clicks. Go buy junk traffic and send to your site. Instead of getting views for 1 articles, you'll get same amount of views on multiple articles = more $$. Make sure rotate and randomly put articles in the iframe to make it look a bit real. And the junk traffic should be sent to your site on average speed, again to make it look genuine and mix it with your organic traffic.
 
whats the big rave about buksia? does it have better payouts than AC?
 
But Bukisa pays 3-4x the amount for pages views that AC does. With this method, you're more concerned about pushing traffic to your existing articles, rather than work on new ones for the upfront payment.
 
I'm not a big html master but if you put the bukisa article to the iframe tag the page break the frame and open in full screen.Any other method exist in html for this framebreaker pages like bukisa?

I can't say much about Buksia, but I know that AC has some sort of anti-iframing code.

Before getting all crazy about these ideas, you guys should try this for yourselves: iframe an AC article and visit the page. your whole page will be redirected to AC.
 
I can't say much about Buksia, but I know that AC has some sort of anti-iframing code.

Before getting all crazy about these ideas, you guys should try this for yourselves: iframe an AC article and visit the page. your whole page will be redirected to AC.

Is there anyway to get rid of this anti-iframe code?
 
hmmm.... what about using the "magic numbers" post that was posted somewhere here today that hides where your referrals come from? CPA Redirector.... then just get a bunch of autosurf traffic coming to your site....work?
 
hmmm.... what about using the "magic numbers" post that was posted somewhere here today that hides where your referrals come from? CPA Redirector.... then just get a bunch of autosurf traffic coming to your site....work?

Autosurf traffic sites are really just traffic exchange sites. At most, you could get 300 hits per day per site. Believe me, you will get a shitload of viruses from autosurfing... Unless you pay the $20 to skip the process... PER site.
 
Or use a spare system, a sandboxed system, a virtual system. Are there any autosurf programs that requires you to download a software? I think this beats the frame breaker codes.
 
If I was Bukisa owner I would setup a channel for every account and track individual performance. If I was to notice tons of traffic compared to little revenue I would kick the person out straight away. I assume because this is quite an obvious solution they already have something similar in place.
 
I can't say much about Buksia, but I know that AC has some sort of anti-iframing code.

Before getting all crazy about these ideas, you guys should try this for yourselves: iframe an AC article and visit the page. your whole page will be redirected to AC.
Yeah, Bukisa has the same code. They shave hits like crazy too.
 
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