February Zujava Challenge – You Still Have Time to Join!

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I mentioned Zujava recently in this post about the best guide for making money on Zujava. I checked the forums a few days ago and Zujava is having a little challenge in February I’ll be joining in on and I wanted to extend an invite to all of you!

It’s a bit of a tall order but it’s perfect for those of you who want to jump in and establish yourself on Zujava or just add a bunch of extra leaves. The goal is 28 Zujava leaves in 28 days. You can do one a day or you can sit down and do 10 in one day, your choice. I’ll likely be doing one a day and, of course, I’ll share them with you and give you a chance to share yours.

Are you up for it?

Click here and sign up for Zujava!

You want to head over and sign up now if you want to join in on the challenge. Zujava has this thing called the “Petting Zu“. It’s basically a spam prevention method and it works well, but it can be a bit frustration. You have to get out of the Petting Zu to actually publish lenses.

In order to graduate from the Petting Zu you need to create three leaves that follow all of the guidelines. They’ll check to make sure your leaves aren’t spammy, full of terrible grammar, and are generally high quality. It can take a bit to get through the manual review. It only took a few hours for me but other people have said it takes two weeks or more. I do know they have been making it a lot faster lately.

Zujava is a great place to write. The staff is friendly, the site is easy to use, and I’ve been making a nice bit of money from my leaves. You also earn money for EVERY page through the tier payments.

Do you have any questions about Zujava? Are you joining in on the challenge? Let me know in the comments.

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  1. I wish I could. It looks interesting and I’ve read that the payouts are better – or at least more fair, but I just don’t see how I have time. I kind of feel like I need to stick with squidoo for a while and see if I can’t make that work out before I jump onto something else.
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    • Ya, I get that. I started on Zujava once I was making a little on Squidoo. Now I write for both to interlink them.

      The payouts are lower per page but you get a tier payment for EVERY page you write on Zujava, not just he highest ranking ones.

  2. I definitely want to give Zujava a try. I submitted my three leaves around 10 days ago so hopefully they will approve my account before February!

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