Bukisa is a newish site, which means HUGE potential for income. The revenue at Bukisa is shared differently from other sites, though. The Bukisa Index determined how much you get paid per 1000 unique visitors. If the Bukisa Index is 3.5, then for every 1000 unique human visitors, you get paid $3.50. Every time someone reads your articles, it is counted as a visitor. The fantastic thing about Bukisa, though, is that they allow you to receive a percentage of share from your recruits and their recruits three levels down. I’m not sure if they allow you to use affiliate links within the articles. It wasn’t against the rules when I read them, so I plan to do it but I just don’t know if it’s possible to place links. Helium and Suite101 disallow it, eHow allows you to use affiliate links in their Resources section.
I use Bukisa to drive readers to my other articles. I also have several Bukisa Recruits doing the same thing. In my system, I do my keyword research ONCE, then use the same words to write articles on several sites. On Suite101, I write a scholarly high quality article, on eHow, I write a how-to (of course) and on Bukisa, I write something random. Then, each of them get their own Xomblurb. Finally, I write a Google Knol that links to each of them. I’m still experimenting with the linking, sometimes I will link them all to the Suite101 article. I guess my system changes a lot, so don’t pin me down!