This guy is really mad at Bubblews
Anger is not the best medicine
In the interest of not being declared substandard, we will expend over 750 words critiquing the vitriol of Earvin Kyle Amacan as directed toward a mostly harmless website called Bubblews.com. We shall include high quality photos related to the verbiage. Look also for a germane poll challenging you to put your opinions online.
Taken as a whole, this exposé represents a shining example of engagingly well-written Internet publishing with few grammar errors. It doesn't get much better. You may disagree, but you'd be wrong and you will miss out on much intellectual stimulation if you click away now.
Who is Earvin Kyle Amacan?
I don't know.
He seems like a nicely thoughtful person with a broadband connection. He owns his own domain (more on that later.) Hopefully he soon finds himself no longer disliking Bubblews. His unrest only serves to increase stress production in his human body. Life seems too short to expend such negative energy toward a site on the Interweb.
He writes a lot of stuff. Most of it is more entertaining than staring at drying latex paint. His breadth of subject matter rivals any HubPages blogger. Owning his own domain (more on that later) gives him freedom that we don't have. He gets to decide where the Google ads appear. He can censor himself, or not. He doesn't have to allow pikers to publish.
Should you get a domain, like Earvin Kyle Amacan?
Owning your own domain is a very cool thing. It's highly recommended by reputable companies such as GoDaddy. They are rarely wrong about this sort of thing.
Every nascent domain garners a default page rank of zero. HubPages started that way. Even Mark Ewbie's personal blog initially launched with a null Page Rank. That's OK. Eventually, over time, the PR will increase. As more sites link to Mr. Amacan's site, his number will grow. He may never get to a massive PR of 4, like nicomp.hubpages.com, but he can always dream.
If you get a domain, be patient with its growth. Rome wasn't built in a day: they didn't get broadband for 2000 years.
How do we count the ways?
Here are just a few of the online accusations digitally hurled by Earvin at Bubblews.com:
"They had already complaints on RipOff.Com."
Hmmm... RipOff.com seems to be a squatter site that hosts advertisements. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Surely the ads are reputable and everything like that, but there's no place to file complaints.
Page Rank matters, except when it doesn't
"They got a low Page Rank in Google. (PR 2 out of 10) For a site that issue (sic) money, it is alarming that they they have a poor content ratings from Google."
Hmmm... As we analyzed above, Page Rank is not necessarily an indication of site quality. Keep in mind that the number grows exponentially. A '2' is 100 times better than a '0'. A '4' is 10000 times better than a '0.'
HubPages.com proudly boasts a PR of 6. Eventually Bubblews may percolate into an Internet monster with a Page Rank of '7' or even '8.' It could happen.
Hiding in plain sight
"Their domain (bubblews.com) was registered with privacy protection. Meaning to say they don’t want you to know who is the real (full name) owner of this website."
Domain privacy is a stellar idea for a web start-up in your basement. No one wants prank phone calls from telemarketers during the dinner hour. The cost of this feature varies according to your web hosting service, but it's typically extremely reasonable relative to the amount of functionality provided.
As Bubblews grows the proprietors may elect to publicize their contact information. Domain privacy can be removed at any time. There's nothing to stop Bubblews from publishing contact information on their site even as their domain metadata remains locked down.
Fun it has been, to analyze the writings of another blogger, but our time together has come to an end. Conclusions are obligated,.
We conclude that Bubblews.com is often unavailable at inopportune opportunities. We conclude that some folks are unhappy with the site and how it presents itself.
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