Can anyone help me on these Questions about BUKISA ????

India
September 23, 2010 2:14am CST
Hello friends, I joined bukisa on 5th sept ,but uploaded my article today , so i have some questions to get clear on . Hope you guys will help me on these ! 1.When i just uploaded my article, in the contents page, it is showing UNDER EDITORIAL, what does that mean ? (Is it that it is to get approved ? ) 2.Can i promote my article link to any social networking sites , and family and friends like it is said in triond ,to get views for my content?Or only people who have joined bukisa views will be counted as a view ? 3.Is it better than Triond in respect to promote and earn the contents ? Hope I will fine the great answers . Thanx from before !
2 responses
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
23 Sep 10
As for your first quesrion, yes, an article under editorial needs to be approved, and once it is, it will be published instead. I personally think Bukisa is a million times better than Triond, because it is a serious site that pays the writers (unlike Triond, I was scammed by them), so I would stick with them, even if it takes a while to get started with it.
• India
23 Sep 10
Just tell me one thing that if Someone views my article , but he is not registered to bukisa , like those who are outside bukisa can view my article , but will that be counted in my unique visitors ??
• Philippines
23 Sep 10
The view will be counted even if they're not a member of Bukisa! :)
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
3 Oct 10
Yes indeed, sweetseoul is completely right, it still counts as a view!
@UmiNoor (3594)
• Malaysia
3 Oct 10
A lot of people are still confused about what it means by unique view at Bukisa. According to Bukisa, earnings of writers are calculated based on the qualified view that their articles received. You must understand that qualified views and pageviews are two totally different concept. You may get 10 pageviews but your qualified views are only 5. How can this happen? Let's look at the definition of qualified views. According to Wikipedia, a qualified view is one that comes from "a unique visitor" which is "a statistic describing a unit of traffic to a website, counting each visitor only once in the time frame of the report (24 hours)". What does this mean? This means that when one person views the same article of yours ten times within a period of 24 hours, this will constitute as one qualified view. However, if this person views all ten different articles of yours once each, this will give you 10 qualified views.