I do and I really enjoy it. There's a "social networking" component that makes it interesting and that helps produce income. I like the format of HubPages more, but unless you're pretty tech savvy, you won't get many people to read your hubs.
Bubblews is a community where members interact, as well as write short articles. For me, that's a winning combination, although I would like to write longer, more detailed articles. I think long articles challenge the attention span of most Bubblews activists, so I keep them short....around 400-450 words. My typical hub is almost 3 times that length.
It's funny you've posted this 5 days ago and no response. A lot of hubbers have joined Bubblews. :-)
by Ben Aidoo 3 years ago
I wrote 4 hubs on calories, all of them are featured. I searched for them and didn't find any of them on the first 5 pages of Google "proper". Then it occurred to me to add ", hubpages" to my search for each hub. A Google page came up, and there they were, all four hubs were the...
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
When I log on , there are hubs posted there and I noticedthe author score and hubscore are not 100..so what makes them get on the front pages??
by John Mark 4 years ago
I had originally signed up for Bubblews for link building to my Hubs. I only created backlinks on Bubbles by creating a small synopsis of my HubPage article and then adding a link back to my HubPage. After only a couple of weeks I am seeing Google rank my position much high than my full HubPage...
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
Hubpages needs to make some effort to be inclusive of short thought provoking hubs.I have been visiting Bubblews and Zurcker and find one factor that is interesting and in keeping what I see as a reality. Many people have really short attention spans -- Twitter and Facebook bear this out. My...
by Don Bobbitt 3 weeks ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many of your requests are just one step above being a jumble of mis-spelled words...
by Sophia Angelique 7 years ago
I have loved HubPages, so it's difficult to say goodbye to something one loves, even if it's possibly a temporary one until things change. I'm sure that they will change because HP has excellent leadership and they're not only wonderful people, but savvy. It's a winning combination.To each of you...
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