Does BubbleWS deserve your time ?
BubbleWS provides more money upfront but it requires more time and writing. It requires you to keep writing all day and bubblews post doesn't require SEO. To make money on bubblews, you need to be on it all time and keep engaging. On the other hand, hub pages requires you to write a quality post that will keep you earning even while you sleep. Featured hubs will keep getting traffic from search engines easily.
So who is better for long run? Does Bubblews deserve your time or you should spend more time on hubpages for long run ?
What an interesting question. I feel Bubblws deserves my time. However, I do not spend all day sessions there, and I have never written more than five posts in one day, and only go there about once or twice a week now. Bubblews is a fun site and they deserve a chance to grow and be successful. I do not write silly, nonsensical posts there -- I write informative posts, posts about my cute little Pomeranian and his story, sometimes a recipe, etc. I prefer quality to quantity, so, yes, Bubblews deserves my time. My main priority, though, is HubPages.
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by Shadaan Alam 3 years ago
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