What's your view on CPVsites like Bubblews, Tecklers who seem to want quantity f

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  1. Mary McShane profile image83
    Mary McShaneposted 5 years ago

    What's your view on CPVsites like Bubblews, Tecklers who seem to want quantity first, then quality?

    I'm giving sites like Bubblews,Tecklers etc a try like some other hubbers and wondered what anyone (including Bubblers, Teckies, Hubbers) think about the "quantity over quality" concept of posting and paying.  I try to post quality. I'm not really into posting personal life stuff on the internet. The majority of posts on Bubblews, for ex, are personal. Many can be your cure for writer's block so you get ideas from there to write a piece. While I do make fast bucks there, I'm concerned @ wasting too much time when one can be writing quality work. Sites adv as income, has $$ greed taken over?


  2. Blond Logic profile image96
    Blond Logicposted 5 years ago

    I know exactly how you feel. It is hard to turn away when someone is waving money in your face.
    That said, my pages here on Hubpages have had more views, although it has taken a longer time. I feel these are evergreen whereas the majority on Bubblews I worry will get buried.

    1. Mary McShane profile image83
      Mary McShaneposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      @Blond Logic, TY you are so right about getting buried.  I can get buried in under 6 hours there.  You are only popular there as long as you are posting (limit 10/ day) & connecting. I'm making $$ but striving for quality not quantity. I like it

  3. DDE profile image25
    DDEposted 5 years ago

    I totally agree with you writing in my opinion is about quantity and quality like her eon HP fast money on Bubblews is not fair either I haven't received four payments and I got fed up of the  quality of work they accept. An online readers deserves to read a good article not with the numerous spelling errors and poor grammar Bubblews has to offer.

    1. Mary McShane profile image83
      Mary McShaneposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Quality over quantity is exactly my issue.  Since writing this question, and getting feedback, I have changed my mind about continuing to work there. tyvm for commenting.

  4. Pamela N Red profile image86
    Pamela N Redposted 5 years ago

    I prefer quality and don't want to be associated with a site that doesn't require substance.

    When you join a group that has a lackadaisical attitude towards the content posted on their site it reflects on your work even if you are a great writer that always edits and fully researches your work before publishing.

    There are too many people more worried about making a buck instead of concentrating on putting out an effort into editing and considering whether a piece is worth reading.

    1. Mary McShane profile image83
      Mary McShaneposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      My expectation was to see how long it would take to make $25 with what degree of work. I learned $25 doesn't justify time investment. 1st cashout takes longest. But if you write crap you get paid faster.  It's volume over quality, and that's bad

  5. The Examiner-1 profile image71
    The Examiner-1posted 5 years ago

    Writing at HP and occasionally on my blog uses enough of my time. Besides which, due to what I have heard from others about Bubblews and Squidoo combined with the reviews which I have done on them places them on the negative side for me. I have not even heard of these other ones until their names keep popping up on HP.


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