It happens because of rules violation of Bubblews.
once a week bubblews deletes itself 500 internal server error
Sometimes people do not discover that there are more rules on there than the ones you see when you sign up.
For example, as well as copied text being a rule breaker copied images are too. Some people use images in their posts that they have just copied from the internet such as Google logos and the like, i.e.ones which are copyright images. They do not approve of the use of this or even the copying of their own logos.
I think you may also need to notify them if you have more than one account to a household (2 might be the limit). However I am not sure where I read that.
I have seen posts were people contact them and ask to be allowed to open a new account. Recently, I saw a post they published with names and reasons for deleting the accounts.
That information might be of use to someone. But I have to ask myself why do people bring their Bubblews praises and problems to the HubPages forums daily.
"But I have to ask myself why do people bring their Bubblews praises and problems to the HubPages forums daily."
In answer to your question, my thoughts would be that a) there is not a forum on Bubblews where users questions/suggestions/grievances could be aired and b) that there seem to be more 'Hubbers' on Bubblews every day so the Hubpages forum is becoming an excellent place to meet/get advice from fellow 'Bubblers'!
That's scary. I've used a lot of images in my posts. Hopefully they won't delete me; I quite enjoy Bubblews.
I keep wondering the same thing, about why people bring their Bubblews praises and problems here on HP. It doesn't matter if they have a forum or not, it just seems weird to me.
They do it for the same reason you keep posting about stuck stats when everyone keeps suggesting you just use Analytics and be done with the problem once and for all.
It's not the same thing Relache. I have a right to post about things that affect me here on HP. Hubpages is where I publish my hubs not Google Analytics so HP should fix their stats problem. I think it's distasteful for you to bring that up on this forum. You don't see me posting stuff about what affects me on other sites here. I don't post my problems with HP elsewhere. I would never post an HP problem on Google forums.
Plus, no one is asking you to reply to my forum posts.
I think it's because many Hubbers have joined Bubblews as well...
I think it's simply because HP forums seem to be a great place to get answers about Bubblews. They get lots of answers quickly, and some of the answers are very helpful.
They probably did you a favor. That site is going to go down the tubes eventually anyway
I completely understand why you are unhappy that they deleted your account. It seems that they are just arbitrarily making up rules as they go along over there. I tried writing over there, but I tend to be long winded, and they seem more geared towards short, little bits and pieces. I don't like it. There is no community, as everyone is following everyone just to get attention and more money. Don't get me wrong, I like money, just something about the whole thing bothers me, and from what I have seen, the content is mediocre at best, and the site won't last long.
Try to find out why your account was deleted. Perhaps you have violated a rule without realizing you did it. It could even be something that is not specified in "the bank" of what not to do...
Jeez. What topics are allowed on the forum then? How to write a stellar hub. What the HOTD is. Who has written a Hub about that.
Forums need life, conversation.
There is an internet world outside HubPages - not just Bubblews. Should no one write about blogging or Twitter or Facebook?
Equally people on other sites - and get this because it will blow your tiny minds - write about HubPages!!!! It's as if the internet is a large place which does not just consist of people on threads thinking of a word with four letters.
As for the stats. They should work. It is useful to people - I love them, very handy. And the graph - losing the graph was a great shame. Some people like these things. Give us a break.
I was being supportive as well about your graph thing. You talk about graphs, I'll talk about Bubblews and graphs - and we can all play nicely. Maybe
With all due respect, considering the avatar you're using here is copyright protected, you probably had copyright infringement issues. This is a common reason why accounts are deleted. Use only images you have permission to use and give credit to the artist.
I've avoided the whole picture attribution problem by the simple expedient of no longer posting pics; thus no potential for any misunderstandings.
Your post wasn't directed at me, but it never occurred to me to think about the avatar though.
I immediately went over and attributed the public domain critter. Sooner or later, I imagine B will think to check avatars. Thanks for your post.
When you nearly got $50- or you redemption, yes bubblews would suspend many accounts which nearly goes 50$.
they would suspend many people who nearly reach 50$. me too
Bubblews is quite a scam
you have to be over 400 characters or else they would say you not enough characters and remove your money
I think Bubblews is somehow a scam. because some people got suspended just because they redeem cash.
Not bizarre that bubblews suspend people because they dont want to pay $50
when they suspend you they really dont have to pay
yes they suspend people when people got $50 and claim their payments. I got the same troubles in bubblews.
I don't know for sure but I expect that they do the same thing Google and every other site does. Earnings are audited before they are paid to make sure you really deserve it. If they find violations they don't pay. It's that simple. When you reach payout they have to look.
All Hubbers who keep cursing Bubblews are probably on Bubblews every days or jealous of other people who arr earning money on it. It pees me off when hypocrites keep slating Bubblews.
It'll be on eyear for me soon on Bubblews and i can say that i've had no issues with Bubblews since i've joined.
Stop moaning and cursing Bubblews! Sort yourself out!
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