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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Constant Content

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to review Constant Content for you.

Constant Content considers themselves a consignment shop for articles. You write your articles and upload them to this site. You then set a price for your article. You also get to pick what licensing you want with your article. When the article sells, Constant Content keeps a percentage of the sale.

This site really works because it has been around for awhile. Website owners looking for great content search this site on a regular basis. That means the chances of your article selling are high.

I know a someone who had their article denied by a content creation site. She was only going to get $15 for it. She decided to put it on Constant Content and sure enough it was purchased for a whopping $80.

I highly recommend this site. Just make the price a little higher than you want to get in the end because Constant Content will keep a portion of the profit. That is how they make their money.

You can join by clicking here: Constant Content

Thursday, July 2, 2009


I have been hearing a lot about Bukisa so I finally got around to checking it out. I really like what I see.

Bukisa is similar to eHow in several ways. First, you can write on any subject you want. Second, you are paid via Paypal if you have reached $10 for the month. Third, Bukisa is free to join and earn money with. The great thing is that you don't have to be a US resident to use Bukisa and earn money. All you have to do is have a valid Paypal account.

What is better about Bukisa than eHow? Glad you asked! Some pluses I found with this site are that you are paid on page views. eHow only pays you when people click on content, so some articles are sitting there with 10,000 views and not earning you a dime.

The main difference between Bukisa is that once you submit the article you have to wait for them to review it before it is published. I didn't know this at first and just wrote a quick little article to try it out: How to Add Flavor to Your Deviled Eggs. I never got an email saying it was published, but when I logged in it was and I had already earned money on it.

My final opinion of this site is a good one. I now believe all of the good rumors I have heard about this site and agree that it has the potential to earn a lot more in revenue share than eHow.

If you would like to join I am adding a banner at the end of this post.

Best Wishes,
Alicia Bodine