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My Experience on Bubblews (Bubblews Review)

Updated on April 11, 2015
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What is Bubblews?

Well, Bubblews is quite different from your everyday article writing website. It's unique and certainly interesting, and this has given rise to many genuine concerns about the legitimacy of the site.

So Bubblews is basically an article writing website, where you can write almost about anything under some general categories such as Art, Beauty, Business, Entertainment, Fashion, Food etc. Their motto is "Speak Freely. Write Your World". And like most of the content writing websites, you will get paid for number of views you get on your posts. But wait, that is not all...

Bubblews has also given us the chance to monetize our content even further. Bubblews also pays for EVERY comment you get on your post (you won't get paid for comments you make on other's posts-because let's be real, if such an option was there Bubblews would be the most spammed website on the Internet).

Bubblews doesn't stop there. They also pay us for facebook likes and other shares on social media that our posts receive. You yourself can try to get likes or shares, but the posts will naturally receive likes and shares if the community likes them.

Oh, almost forgot, Bubblews also has a rating system where registered users can 'thumbs up' or 'thumbs down' each post you make. I'm not really sure if this gets you paid directly, but it will certainly improve your post's visibility within the Bubblews community and on the Internet.

So this is Bubblews in a nutshell. If you want to try it out Sign Up here.

Money making ways on Bubblews
Money making ways on Bubblews
Bubblews earnings
Bubblews earnings
Bubblews earnings
Bubblews earnings

Is Bubblews Legit or Scam?

Up to now you went through the benefits of being on Bubblews and in your mind you are raising the age old question-'is it a scam?'

Well, for that question I cannot give a direct answer as well.

Bubblews is certainly an innovative system that let's us reap results maybe a pinch too much. But if it is really legit, it will be one of the most used websites in the world. Bubblews is relatively very new-being established in 2011. So they will undoubtedly have system errors, bug fixes, upgrades and many more tweaks to be done and adjusted before getting everything correct. So sometimes payments could get delayed, statistics may get delayed etc. Even HubPages have trouble updating the statistics sometimes and HubPages is a giant in the content writing world.

To the right of this article you will be able to see some statistics of Bubblews users and you should rightly be surprised. That is the earning potential of Bubblews or maybe even more. The latter image shows that there is just one post and still he had managed to earn $5.5 out of it. This is not fake statistics. Those are real statistics.

In my Bubblews Bank, I have $7.52 with 62 likes, 561 views and 29 comments on my 17 posts. This is a huge pay rate. And those 17 posts do not last longer than 200-300 words as well. So it is not as difficult to make a post on Bubblews as it is to make a hub on HubPages.

As for the question, 'Is Bubblews Scam?'-I do not really know. There are mixed comments from people. Some have spoken very highly of Bubblews and are on to their 20th-30th payout. And there are some who have struggled to get their first payment out yet. So there is no choice but to give it a try and hope for the best. But I must say that it all looks pretty positive to me. But I am an optimistic guy, so...

Bubblews Legit Payment Proof
Bubblews Legit Payment Proof

Patent Pending

Bubblews system is unique and rightly so they have applied for a Patent on the system and the patent is pending. This is good news. If the patent is granted they will be able to carry on with the system without any legal issues for the foreseeable future.

Is Bubblews Worth Your Time?

Definitely.

Like I said before, Bubblews has very little rules and regulations over the posts we make. What they require is unique content with a mere 400 characters of content. 400 CHARACTERS-not even 400 words. Every letter you type is a character. So it is very easy to write almost about anything. Also there are no picture requirements, video requirements or any of that.

Recently I made a post about how disappointed I am with The Bling Ring movie. If you check it out ( just Google "The Bling Ring Was a Disappointment" without quotes and the first search result is my post, isn't that amazing?) and you can see that it doesn't take any effort at all to publish on Bubblews. So like putting statuses on Facebook, you can write some words on Bubblews and get paid. And if it all goes crashing down to hell, you would have only lost a little of your time.

So, do give it a try. It should be fun and rewarding. If you want Sign Up from here.

How much do you make on Bubblews per month?

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Differences Between Bubblews & HubPages

 
Bubblews
HubPages
Post/Hub content
400 characters
700 words (to get featured)
Relevant pictures
Optional
Minimum 3 necessary
Relevant videos
Cannot insert
Encouraged
Links
No issue
Limited
Affiliate links
NOT supported
Supported (Amazon, ebay)
Other monetization
Views, comments, likes, shares, tweets
Google Adsense, HubPages earnings program
These are some pros and cons of HubPages and Bubblews on top of my head. What HubPages provides through Adsense and Hubpages Earning Program, Bubblews compensates through it's 'comments, likes, and shares' system.

EDIT: New Update (14/12/2013)

A new update to the system has been announced by the Bubblews team. With this update Bubblews will increase their redemption limit to $50 (instead of earlier amount of $25).

According to them this will give them more time for their staff to focus on communication with the members and their issues. There have been made no changes to the earnings system, so the change will allow the Bubblews staff some breathing space and focus on other things than clearing out $25 redemptions every day, every hour.


First email from Bubblews

However I received my first ever email from Bubblews today, confirming the receive of my redemption amount of $25 which I redeemed three days back. This is my seventh redemption and the first time I got an email of such sort. So this is something positive to look for. They have started communicating with the members it seems.

IMPORTANT Update (January 2015)

Things have changed a LOT since I wrote this article in the very beginning. Bubblews was too good to last forever. It had a burst (a massive growth) after the owners went on national television and announced about Bubblews worldwide. They were not prepared for the resulting growth and the platform collapsed.

Now Bubblews is more sustainable. The site will not die the way they are operating now. There are NO FIXED earnings rates as before (Eg: $0.01 per comment or like), but the earnings are adjusted to the advertising revenue. So, naturally, the earnings have drastically dropped. But the platform is more reliable, spam free and sustainable in the long run.

Bubblews had to detain all earnings made prior to October 2014 because the numbers simply interpreted false or manipulated earnings. Simple as that. A lot of people did a variety of things to manipulate earnings. As a result, we all lost all accumulated earnings.

But the site is running smoothly now. There won't be any issues at the present rate. Bubblews lost a lot of credibility and Internet ranking after they withheld the earnings of users. But it is slowly gaining pace again. I cannot tell if it will return to it's former glory-ever. But Bubblews still is the most reliable place for micro-blogging.

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      John Ward 2 years ago from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

      No Vampire I am not in the least trying to win any argument and your last comment shows your motivation. I thought that we were engaging in a discussion not an argument. The difference between a discussion and an argument are very simple and in a way opposition to each other. in a discussion all participants do further their knowledge and their understanding but in an argument neither is enhanced. No one ever wins an argument but winners are in the perception of your own aims and thinking. If you genuinely want to have a discussion then try to find out where in that discussion your past and present experiences and your aims are before trying to take part. Examine your conscience and yourself before being smug and derogatory. You have my prayers and my gracious thoughts. I hope that in future when you enter into a discussion you will remember what the purpose of that discussion is. To further our knowledge and our understanding.

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      Vampirate 2 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      @John Ward. When someone responds to another who points out an absence of facts by responding with an ad hominem attack, the attacker has lost the argument. Resorting to an insult --- "why do you hide behind the nom de plume" ---- means you can't respond to truth, so you try to personally attack the opponent. Regarding your question, I answer with another: "Why should anyone believe your name really is John Ward? How can anyone know you didn't invent it?"

      I didn't start the argument or conflict. You did by attacking people for stating the truth about experiences rather than respecting their comments. And you have admitted having no basis to attack them because you claim to not be a member or a user of Bubblews. Trying to change the facts and divert the spotlight is another tactic people use when the facts are against them.

      Regardless of your attempted insult, etc., the facts remain. I might as well ask, why do you tear down people for writing honestly about the (negative) experiences they've had of something you've admittedly never experienced at all? "Encouraging people to find the benefits of putting their thoughts on paper" while simultaneously telling people not to do so, telling them to stop criticizing something they've experienced and you haven't is circular and illogical reasoning that undercuts your points, whatever they are. You admit you have no facts. No facts means no basis to tell people to stop finding the benefits of putting their honest, negative thoughts online.

      I suggested before and suggest again that you get Bubblews experience. Write a readable report of your experiences. Then you will have credibility when (if) you want to argue with people about their negative experiences. For now, you have none.

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      John Ward 2 years ago

      Vampirate. Ask yourself "Why do you hide behind the nom de plume". I have no interest in either judging you or defending or decrying Bubblews. I am more interested in encouraging people to find the benefits of putting their thoughts on paper. I believe that readability is more important than long winded verbiosity. I am against all discredit given for the sole purpose of making others feel bad. That seems to be what is showing up in this discussion and from what you wrote last would appear to be your motivation. As far as this discussion is concerned If you want to bring it to argument level that is attempting to start a conflict then I refuse to take part.

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      Vampirate 2 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      @John Ward It's curious that you criticize people who have experienced Bubblews and are expressing views based on their own experiences when you admittedly have no experience whatsoever, and therefore base your criticisms on mere unsupported beliefs. In other words, you have no basis whatsoever for your criticisms or opinions.

      Instead of preaching with no ground to stand on, I recommend you build a basis in experience. It's easy to do. Experience Bubblews for yourself for six months or a year, then form an opinion, then freely defend Bubblews based on those positive experiences of your own. Be sure to state clearly what those experiences are and how much you've earned over the time period. Then people will not be justified in pointing out the faults in your shilling.

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      John Ward 2 years ago

      I can see from your last comment that you have a definite dislike of Bubblews justified or not and it is not for me to judge you. But you also seem to have an inherent distrust of people You have doubts of whether I am a member of Bubblews or not well I can assure you that I am not A member. I also do not care whether you believe me or not as that is your prerogative. I have joined the hub pages and I am amused at some of the comments that some of you post. I do enjoy some of the categories. Will say though that there I a much more efficient way of placing the rules of engagement before contributors and a more efficient method. However we accept what we have been given. Give to Bubblews what you give to Hub Pages. Look at your own motivation before looking down on others. Encourage do not judge and decry, DO NOT DISCOURAGE. Encourage.

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      Vampirate 2 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      @John Ward

      Even though you say you aren't a member of Bubblews, your post contains many of the phrases and buzzwords used by the shills. At the very least, you're relying on grossly outdated information.

      Bubblews is NOT new. It's been around for many years now. It had potential once. But it has changed dramatically for the worse, especially since its president, Arvind, announced on New Year's Day that thousands of dollars in pending redemptions would NEVER be paid. Period. And almost nothing will be paid for posts now. Can you put a positive spin on that and explain why people have no right to complain about the loss of thousands of hard-earned dollars? Try reading posts at Bubblews about current earnings. Even the formerly most positive defenders are posting about lost hopes as well as lost dollars.

      There are lots of Bubblews-style sites competing now, many of them using a similar format, and all of them paying far better than Bubblews. The heyday of Bubblews is over.

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      John Ward 2 years ago

      Bubblews is still in the throes of newness and from what I have seen since this discussion has begun, Bubblews is under unfair and from my view unethical attack from some Hub users. Honesty is always best and that goes for all of us. I am not a member of Bubblews but I do see that there is great potential for the site and all Bubblews members should and must push to make it the great successful site that it has the potential to be. Step up all of you and counteract the negativity that has sprung from some commentators that I have read. Letu begin by removing the gigantic LOG that is lodged in our own heads that we may again look with some kindness and support towards a brother/sister organisation. STOP the NEGATIVITY.

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      Thomas Swan 2 years ago from New Zealand

      Bubblews is not paying people what they're owed. That's all people need to know. There are even posts from the owners of Bubblews in which they clearly say they can't pay people for certain time periods. Previously, they covered up their lack of funds by claiming people were breaking the rules when they weren't. No amount of shills or employees from Bubblews who post comments here on guest accounts is going to change that.

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      Vampirate 2 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      @adssolsn When's the last time you visited Bubblews? It doesn't pay for likes or comments anymore. And it doesn't pay a penny per view either. It's paying a minuscule fraction of a penny per view and no more. Even posters with 100 likes don't earn more than 15 cents for a post. Anyone looking to make money writing online will earn nothing at Bubblews.

      Plus, if you do manage to reach the redemption level ($50), it takes two or three months to receive. And there are still complaints of nonpayment!

      The information in this article is 100% out of date.

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      JonyDiesel 2 years ago

      What a nice review (also topped by Google simply for "bubblews review":P), seems interesting enough and better paid than Tsu.

      Let's check it out, thanks :)

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      Vampirate 2 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      It's time to update this article. Bubblews has confiscated all pending redemptions requested before 11 November 2014 and reduced all redemptions after that by up to 99%. The payment per view, like, comment is now about 1/50th of a penny. Redemption level is still $50 and waiting time is still two months or more. I'm much happier with sites like Chatabout, where redemption is only $5 and you get a penny for each comment you write yourself (no backscratching required!).

      Bottom line: Bubblews doesn't pay anything any more. It never kept promises anyway.

      Everyone who's been ripped off should file an online complaint against Bubblews for nonpayment with the San Francisco Better Business Bureau at https://www.bbb.org/consumer-complaints/file-a-com... You've got nothing to lose and may get the money you're owed!

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      Varsha 2 years ago

      Bubblews is very fake site. So don't waste time with bubblews. I didn't get my pending payment.After that i submitted claim but they deleted my account. bubblews is totally fake. They making fool peoples. Even they didn't reply.

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      Nimesh De Silva 2 years ago

      @sparkzilla

      I checked the site and joined under "Adam McDonald". Hope I will get accepted soon. I must say I really like the appeal of your website. The smooth look, smooth operations and everything. It's a huge flaw that you have not specified the revenue program yet, but I'm hoping for the best. Let's make it work. Thanks for the information.

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      Nimesh De Silva 2 years ago

      Thanks for all the comments. As of now Bubblews is very late on payments, I mean 90 days+ late. I don't know what's going on. The management is quite silent about this.

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      georgescifo 2 years ago from India

      They seems to be some kind of scam of late and their activities seems to be fraudulent. I have 5 pending payments from them and even after submitting a claim, I am not getting any response from them...

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      bypasser 2 years ago

      I have never ever even visited bubblews. But what I've found out, it's largely c.o.n.t.r.o.v.e.r.s.i.a.l. Lots of issues reported, true or not. Also they are accused to have far too low quality check, which means bad for the (market) value and rank of a website. It's like even your dog could get his "bubblews" published and earning money.

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      John Ward 2 years ago from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

      Here is a thought for the derogatory comments towards the writing quality on Bubblews. The writers on Bubblews are honestly trying to express their opinion on what they Know and on what they have read. It is easier to read and come to a better understanding of the person and what they are trying to say "when theey write in the manner in which they speak" than it is when long words are used in trying to demonstrate an expertise we may or may not have. Short words have it every time. It is wrong and unethical to decry the authors because we wish to feel superior, or to demonstrate that the site is or is not a SCAM. Please have some compassion in future and send out some encouragement and DO NOT DEGRADE.

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      Balkana 2 years ago

      I wrote a bubblews review too, check it out!

      http://www.pathtomakemoney.com/bubblews-review/

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @bloggingvijay

      It says 400 characters on their website as well.

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      VIJJJU 3 years ago from india

      Hi nice article about the bubblews but tell me on bubblews site there is mentied as 200 characters but you are mentioning as 400 characters when do you wrote this article please give clarity about the characters of the post thanks waiting for your response

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      Sima Ballinger 3 years ago from Michigan

      This is good, thanks! I will try out Bubblews. Congratulations on your success.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      It happens on paypal too (well it did for me). Even so, not paying people merely for requesting a cheque isn't an excuse (I'm not suggesting you're saying otherwise).

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      Danik 3 years ago

      I think the people whom are having issues are the ones who have tried to redeem through methods other than Paypal. It appears to me that Paypal has a higher success rate in terms of receiving payment.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Home Mh

      Takes about a week anyway.

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      Home Mh 3 years ago

      I redeemed 50$ but they did not pay me for the time now.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Thomas Swan

      I'm not denying that some people are not getting paid. But what I tried to say with my limited vocabulary was that people who get paid do not go around the Internet saying they got paid. Only people who do not get paid will go around posting as such in many places. So naturally it looks like there are more people who do not get paid than who get paid.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      Cheers Vampirate.

      Nimesh, I'm not sure what you mean by this: "You can Google but you will only find people who have not been paid because only they go around screaming."

      That doesn't make much sense. They're "screaming" or complaining after they didn't get paid. Why would they be screaming before? You seem to be reversing the logic of cause and effect, or perhaps I'm reading you wrong. I understand you want to stand up for a company that pays you money, it's only natural, but that company appears to be scamming a lot of people. Bending the laws of logic to make those complainants seem unreasonable is not going to help.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Vampirate

      You can Google but you will only find people who have not been paid because only they go around screaming. I have been a newbie and I got paid and now I'm a veteran (closing in on 1 year) and I still get paid. Tough luck if you didn't get paid. I'm writing this comment just after checking my Paypal confirming that I got my last redemption of $73...

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      Vampirate 3 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      100% SCAM It's a pyramid scheme. It works to recruit newbs to try and generate more revenue, quickly pay the long-timers who also devote themselves to recruiting newbs, then keep the newbies waiting two or three weeks for e-checks to clear and quit paying them after the first one or two times. The shills will keep bringing in more fresh suckers. You know the saying: If it's too good to be true, it is.

      I redeemed 14 times and 11 redemptions are still outstanding. I've been sending e-mails since October 2013 and haven't gotten a single reply.

      Thomas Swan's article about bubblews is the final word. He did nothing -- literally -- except let income accumulate passively. And bubblews failed to pay him for months until after he posted the truth on Hubpages.

      Do five minutes work with Google and a calculator to count up the hundreds of unpaid people and thousands and thousands of dollars bubblews owes people.

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      Denise Larkin 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      That's great to hear. Thanks for the reply. I will have to find on you on there.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @deelark

      Thanks and congratulations. I myself am 9 months and going strong. Never missed a payment.

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      Denise Larkin 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      I have been with Bubblews for one year and I have received each and everyone of my payments into my Paypal account. I know that they are a new company so sometimes they do have problems and errors, but if you write the right kind of things without breaking their rules, I think that it can work... and it's not a scam site.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Stephanie

      What did you write about?

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      Stephanie 3 years ago

      Don't waste your time on Bubblews.com !!! Pretty sure it's a complete scam!! They do not pay out as they say. You waste time writing connecting with people, sharing, liking, etc. and then NOTHING! Your account will just vanish, I had this happened to me not ONCE, but TWICE, I made sure to follow each and every rule the 2nd time around too and that account was cancelled even more quickly!! I still have gotten NO replies to the 4-5 emails I have sent on their contact us page. I got one that said, "When did you register?" I replied and never heard another word.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @TechGeek311

      That's one unlucky case.

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      TechGeek311 3 years ago

      Tried to join bubblews but every time I'm logged out I cannot log in again, I contacted customer service and they told me to create another account, I did that and still got the same issue. No more customer help after that.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @muhammad iqbal

      I'm sorry but you have to ask that from your local bank Different countries and different banks have different rules.

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      muhammad iqbal 3 years ago

      can i deposit the e-check in my acount here in pakistan because i don't have paypal in pakistan.reply me regards

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @CloudExplorer

      I really don't think you have to spend that much energy on Bubblews.

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      Mike Pugh 3 years ago from New York City

      Thanks for caring to respond back to my ramblings here :)

      Yeah I write on bubblews no different from here, sometimes with 1500 words, sometimes with 1000 or borderline 700.

      I love writing and don't care where I do it at, and I'm not doing it for money reasons. So far I've written over 1,000,000 words spanning across both networks here on Hub, and on Bub. Crazy stuff when you come to think about it, that's plenty of novels to group up :) and our words add up fast over a long period of time. So yeah, my aims are much higher then just collecting pennies each day. It's fun as well to see how it all pans out, you know!

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @phantom shark

      Yes. Almost every country is included in their program.

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      phantom shark 3 years ago

      hi im new in bubblews . im from india and i wanna know that is india included in their payroll list

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Mopsa Aspom

      Yes, I agree with you. There are some zombies out there working without a brain. But if you do get paid just get the maximum benefit out of it while it lasts. We have HubPages for quality content right!

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      Mopsa Aspom 3 years ago

      I tried Bubblews for a couple of days, and I must confess it's just not the kind of Website I enjoy. Motivated by money, most people compulsively post stuff without quality. In addition, to grab other users attention, people mindlessly connect, like and comment. For example, after I wrote my goodbye post, people still connected with me, writing: "Happy to connect with you! Can't wait to read more!". Which just shows how much people don't even pay attention to what other people write.

      I was even offended by another user when I commented that he was just copying articles from around the Web (which he clearly was).

      Anyway, I don't believe that this is Bubblews fault. I guess it's just human nature, when money is used as a reward...

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @rakesh

      I haven't really looked in to it. But it shouldn't be any problem, because there are no issues for writing as much as in clicking ads. As long as your content is genuine a shared computer should not be a problem. I'm not 100% sure though.

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      rakesh 3 years ago

      I want to know can I use bublews on shared computer means someone else is using that also or cybercafe where many people use the system

      or like ptc shared computer is not allowed there

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @yourbodyweight

      All the best. I really do hope they pay you.

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      yourbodyweight 3 years ago

      I just signed up for Bubblews and posted my first article there, hope i reach my first redemption and see if they really pay. anyway thanks for your experience.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Denmarkguy

      I do agree with you on 2014 predictions. They will have to make some 'radical' changes if they wish to survive. I mean a new bubble only attracts whatever the amount of views it gets in a day within posting it. Afterwards traffic is almost stagnant. My 246 bubbles earn roughly a dollar per day. On the other hand 61 hubs earn me around $4 per day. So quality-wise HubPages is way ahead Bubblews-which is to be expected. Bubblews posts are crap compared to the quality maintained in HubPages.

      However in terms of payment as a ratio of effort, Bubblews is ahead of HubPages. I mean how little effort have I put in Bubblews posts and still was able to earn an approximate $350 in 2013, compared to high quality 50-odd hubs earning $200. But I do agree that HubPages is attracting more and more traffic each day and Bubblews is not. So considering long term existence and growth HubPages trumps Bubblews hands down.

      So Bubblews will have to do some serious restructuring in 2014.

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      Peter Messerschmidt 3 years ago from Port Townsend

      @Nimesh

      It'll be interesting to see what happens in 2014. The "tone" officially coming from Arvind & co. seems to be very focused on building long term growth and creating "visionary changes" in the social media field. Whether people are getting paid or not, they are burning through some major ching over there... the going CPM rate on revenue sharing sites is about $3-5; if you figure likes/comments/views on Bubblews, they are potentially paying $30 per impression... and that's not economically viable by ANY business model... so clearly people are being paid "intro rates" to attract a large membership, and the site has rocketed from nowhere to knocking on the top-1000 at Alexa in less than a year and now hosts almost two MILLION pages.

      At some point, something will have to change. Restricted writing, more merit based compensation, lower rates, membership fees, whatever. For all I know, they have a large wad of investor cash they can afford to pay out till they reach a million (or whatever) members and are big enough to command some serious klout with advertisers. I don't know.

      Anyway, I was paid almost $400 in 2013, and no "missing" payments... I can only speak to my own experience. But again... each of my best articles here on HubPages each has more views than ALL my almost 200 Bubblews articles added together and add more every day without my even paying attention. So in terms of effort vs. payment, HubPages remains a better deal... but I still feel we're comparing apples and oranges.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @diogenes

      I don't think you should just give up on it without trying it. If by chance you do get lucky and receive your payments, it's a huge opportunity. I'm still doing OK at Bubblews, nearing $350 mark. Doesn't hurt to give it a try since it doesn't really take much effort to write there.

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      diogenes 3 years ago from UK and Mexico

      If it quacks like a duck....They're crooks of some stripe or another and won't last. Don't waste your time.

      Diogenes (Hub Pages 400 articles I was level 10 writer and 8 commenter for years but have eased off in 2013 and been degraded)

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @catthsy

      Those are some impressive figures. Sorry to hear that some payments were left out by them. What is your nick on Bubblews?

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      catthsy 3 years ago

      i had my success last october that I earned $535 in 1 month. My total earning since july just reached over $1000 but I also have unpaid redeems that cost almost $500. Now that the redemption is higher..It makes me frustrated that they don't pay my 2nd $50. That is too frustrating coz I work hard for that 34 articles which was not paid

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Denmarkguy

      Thanks for the insightful comment. I couldn't agree with you more. Bubblews is definitely not for the longer term when compared to HubPages. Whatever a bubble earns will be within the first few days of it's publishing and then the traffic doesn't move at all. On the other hand, HubPages hubs continues to grow as they mature.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      It doesn't matter when they pay you. It matters that they don't keep their promise about when they'll pay you. I know when Hubpages will pay me, and they've never broken their promise to me yet. In Bubblews case, I was ignored for 2 months after requesting a redemption that I expected to be paid in 3 days. I had almost given up hope until I sent one last email earlier this month. After that, they suddenly remembered that they owed me money. Plenty of other people will have just given up. I guarantee that many of them would have been just like me: responsible writers who hadn't broken a single rule. When will they get their money? Probably never.

      My 70 posts were getting a residual income of 30 cents per day before I deleted them all for non-payment by Bubblews. So it's possible.

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      Peter Messerschmidt 3 years ago from Port Townsend

      It's difficult to compare Bubblews and Hubpages-- they are very VERY different.

      Bubblews is basically "a social network that pays people for writing;" Hubpages is an article writing site.

      In a "practical" sense, that means Bubblews pays (and quite well) for "current" activity, meaning you have to be there, and actively post and comment and read the site and interact with other members in order to make any money of consequence. The moment you stop doing that you pretty much stop making money. It works more like "MyLot" in that sense.

      As a comparison, if I just "leave everything alone" for a week, my 18 articles on Hubpages get 3x more views than my 190+ "posts" on Bubblews. It is VERY difficult to build residual income on Bubblews (been trying for 9 months); and I really am not sure the site can be used that way. It's all about "current clicks."

      As for the whole legit/scam thing... I've never failed to get paid by Bubblews; some payments have been over $100... usually it takes 7-10 days, but people moan and groan, anyway. Oh wait... what? On HubPages we get paid about a MONTH after the END of the month during which we earned our income... yet nobody is screaming "scam." Weird, isn't it?

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Fiona Jean Mckay

      Yes, the earning potential is very high. I really hope you get paid.

      Good luck!!!

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      Fiona 3 years ago from South Africa

      Have just started on the site - will see how it goes. For me it's a fun, organic way to post and I like it. I'm not looking at it as a serious income but we'll see how it goes. PS, in an hour I have earned nearly $2 - that's more than I earned on Hub Pages in my first 6 months. If it pays out, even if only once, it will be worthwhile.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Beth

      Did you try contacting them recently? I guess they did some improvement to their customer support system.

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      Beth 3 years ago

      Good for those who are paid by them. This is a selective payment. I haven't been paid 6 times in total, deleted 4 of my most viewed, liked, and commented views without any explanations at all. My posts were always on the front page and top news. I haven't violated anything and I always followed their rules. I emailed them several times without any proper response. Poor customer service, missing payments and deleted post. Bubblews is not worth our time!

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Karan

      Anyone with a brain can just google Bubblews and find the site. It's not like my referral link is the ONLY way to exit this article.

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      Karan 3 years ago

      @Nimesh you have a referral link for bubblews, so if people click on that and sign up, YOU get paid by bubblews, so then it is not possible to trust your opinion about this site buddy, you have a self-interest in promoting it and making people click on your link!

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @all,

      I received my first ever email from Bubblews today, confirming the receive of my redemption amount of $25 which I redeemed three days back. This is my seventh redemption and the first time I got an email of such sort. So this is something positive to look for. They have started communicating with the members it seems. Hopefully they will start responding to other's emails and issues as well.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Vampirate

      Why not try Paypal as well?

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      Vampirate 3 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      @Nimesh @Mohan I asked for a cheque on my first redemption three months ago. It never arrived. As far as I've discovered, no one who's requested a cheque from bubblews has ever gotten one. A problem right now is that even echeques through PayPal are being cancelled before they go through.

      No explanations from bubblews and no responses to e-mails.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Mohan

      There are other withdrawal options such as cheque, VISA Gift card or 'buy me this' option where you show them a product and they will buy it for you. I haven't tried anything other than Paypal though.

      @101Ways2Life

      I like the way you put your negative experience in to thoughts. In a very professional way. So thanks for that.

      I feel bad for those who don't get to continue at Bubblews, because as you said it is a great concept. Hope they will improve their system soon.

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      Alana Niall 3 years ago from Christchurch, New Zealand

      Interesting comments both by Nimesh and Thomas. I guess if one feels cheated, it is one's duty to share the experience so that others don't fall in the same ditch.

      After all the noise about Bubblews (both good and bad), I decided to give it a go yesterday. I created an account, and posted brief but quality bubbles. I also connected with people, and left quality comments on their bubbles. Within an hour, I had $1.50 accumulated in my "bank". I went away to do some other work, came back to Bubblews, and found that I wasn't able to log back in. I tried "forgot password" option, and nothing happened. I emailed them, and haven't heard back from them. Then I Googled, and found that many people have had similar experience. To check whether Bubblews had deleted my account, I signed up with same username and email, I voila, I was back on Bubblews as a new user with my same username.

      To each his own! I wouldn't invest my time on a website that would remove your content and account without giving a reason. I feel sorry for those Bubblers whose posts I had liked and commented on. They would have seen their "bank" balance go down.

      And like @Thomas, I am a quality content writer, as I have been a journalist and a PR person all my life. Writing content comes naturally to me.

      So this is my rant. People can take away whatever they like, but they must know my experience.

      Hubpages is way better. Hubpages team works hard to ensure quality of content, and take pains to explain reasons for penalty.

      The irony is, I like Bubblews as a concept, that is - getting paid for social activity and for writing short notes. I just hope someone else with better "integrity" comes up with a similar website.

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      Mohan 3 years ago

      In some Pay Pal cannot be used to receive money, how do people from such countries get paid?

      Thanks.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      "My roommate attempted to redeem for only the second time. She didn't receive it. She e-mailed. No response."

      It's very common to not receive your second payment. The suspicion is that Bubblews often pay people the first time because they want you to "spread the word" about how good the site is. They want to build your confidence in the site so that you'll bring in friends and family; write blogs and articles about how good the site is; and accuse people who don't get paid of breaking rules. Then, once you've served your purpose, and brought in a whole new generation of suckers, they pull the rug out from under you when it comes to the 2nd payment. This is a very common experience on Bubblews. I wrote all about it in my recent hub.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Vampirate

      Ok, so my sixth payment just arrived in my Paypal and it waiting clearance.

      Maybe it seems like more people are getting cheated because they voice out their concern much more than people who get paid. Because people who get paid doesn't have the necessity to talk about it.

      But I do know that they don't reply to emails. Us active members have posted on Bubblews about this. Let's see where that gets us.

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      Vampirate 3 years ago from Somewhere in Dreams

      Bubblews can afford to keep people's money without explanation because their contract includes an arbitration clause to prevent anybody from suing them in small-claims court or even pooling resources to go after them in an arbitration. It's very clever. The only thing they can't prevent is consumer complaints of fraud to the Virginia Attorney General's Officer. If everybody who hasn't been paid filed a complaint, bubblews would probably shut down in a hurry.

      I've been waiting three months for one redemption, my very first. Since then, eleven more totalling about $500 have gone unpaid. Strangely, they aren't consecutive. A few times, bubblews paid out then quit again.

      I've e-mailed, of course, and after two months have yet to receive a reply.

      Every day I read more and more complaints about missing redemptions. My roommate attempted to redeem for only the second time. She didn't receive it. She e-mailed. No response.

      A very, very small number of people claim they've never missed a redemption. But a very large number of people feel cheated.

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      weekend 3 years ago

      Bubblews couldn't possibly afford to pay all contributors $0.01 per interaction. You're one of the lucky ones. Continue doing what you're doing for as long as it lasts. I just hope it doesn't last very long, because it's hurting a lot of people. If it were an honest operation, it wouldn't be hurting anyone at all.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @weekend

      I do understand that. I just hope that they resolve this issue. I mean you must have realized the earning potential of Bubblews if someone puts some real effort in to the site.

      I just post current news on Bubblews and I have earned a little over $160 in 5 redemptions in 2 months. I just hope that everybody gets the chance to do that.

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      weekend 3 years ago

      To scam one contributer is an offence, but Bubblews has scammed countless. As a victim, regardless of how many more there might me, I can only regard Bubblews as a scam. Period.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @weekend

      Thanks for the input. It's really sad to see that some people are not getting paid by Bubblews. I do not defend them on this regard. If they did not pay what you deserve, that is undoubtedly wrong.

      But claiming that "Bubblews is indeed a scam" basing on your and other people who didn't get paid is somewhat injustice. Because there still are thousands (maybe millions) who do get paid. Even I was skeptical about the site because it seemed like too good to be true. But somehow Bubblews does pay me in every single redemption and as long as they do that I will not stand against them.

      But I do agree that they really need to work on this issue, because if the site goes down due to these claims it would be a 'massive' loss to many people.

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      weekend 3 years ago

      Bearing in mind the disappointment Bubblews is causing many innocent, unsuspecting people, comments like "I've redeemed more than 20 times and have never had a problem. I'm addicted to the site!" seem somewhat inappropriate. Of course, had Bubblews paid me, I'd have continued to 'redeem', but to brag about it to the victims is surely quite off. Even if the comment isn't meant in exactly that vein, it is insensitive.

      Bubblews has never paid me. The site owes me three 'redemptions' dating back to September 9, 2013. My Bubblews account still exists, but I finally deleted my posts on November 30. Until then, the site continued to earn from them.

      I'm no longer interested in recovering my 'lost redemptions'. What matters now is the principle of the matter. The people who run Bubblews are criminals and need to be brought to justice. It's fraud.

      I've reported Bubblews to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). As I understand it, anyone from anywhere in the world can complain. I've posted details of how to file a complaint here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118579

      I recommend this hub for anyone not yet convinced that Bubblews is indeed a scam: https://hubpages.com/money/Bubblews-An-Experiment-...

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      That's so upsetting to hear.

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      Maribeth 3 years ago

      Bubblews didn't pay me the third time. I have never violated anything. I tried to contact them but I haven't heard any single word from them. Just yesterday I wrote an article related to bubblews unpaid redemptions and I got a lot of comments from the writers with the same sentiments. To date, they deleted three of my articles related to the anomalies in bubblews. They don't want that kind of articles either. So, I am gonna close my account and forget about Bubblews forever.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      Finally, some good news from the CEO Arvind,

      http://www.bubblews.com/news/1563458-some-good-new...

      If these work out, it should all be ok.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      Well, the conclusion to be drawn out of this is that Bubblews needs to work on a lot of things during it's growth process. They are still in the process of finalizing the website layout.

      Even I really don't like the fact that they don't respond to customers' queries. In fact I wrote a bubble about it too. I don't know if they saw it or not.

      But since Bubblews did pay me for the fourth time. I'm not lying though. I can get you a screenshot of my Paypal activity to prove it. I've reached $25 for the fifth time and this time I will be waiting and accumulate a little more and see if they pay or not. Will keep you all posted.

      Teckler seems to be working pretty smooth, but the earnings are very low. It will catch up, but until it does I don't want to put much effort in their.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      Hi Jean. Sorry if I came off as a bit abrasive. I'm just very passionate about my condemnation of bubblews. I've found plagiarism on bubblews before, so some people may genuinely be breaking the rules. Nevertheless, bubblews don't tell people what they've (supposedly) done wrong, and they don't respond to emails/messages either. The onus is on them to tell people why their payment was denied, and their silence suggests foul play. All of that is irrelevant though. My little experiment proves that rule-breaking is just an excuse they use.

      When you reach the payment threshold, you'll discover that clicking the redeem button gives you no confirmation message or email. Your bank just resets to zero and you're left to assume they will honor your request to be paid. That just screams scam to me because without confirmation/records, you're completely at their mercy. As I've said elsewhere, they might pay you the first time to build your confidence and to get you to "spread the word", but there are a vast number who don't get many later payments. On my hub, I've collated a number of similar experiences.

      I haven't tried many other writing platforms, though I'm trying Teckler at the moment. They don't seem to pay much at all though. My EC hubs haven't noticeably reduced in traffic. If anything, they're fractionally higher now. I haven't tried Wizzley and Infobarrel but will take a look.

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      Jean Bakula 3 years ago from New Jersey

      Hello Thomas Swan,

      I was just offering up perhaps people broke the rules as a possible reason why they didn't get paid on Bubblews. I believe you are a good and very qualified writer.

      People on HP that are great writers have had stuff pulled for no reason that makes sense either. I had EC hubs, all my hubs are featured, but my traffic went down so low I opted out of the EC thing. I don't know what to do about my body of work here, because I've had a few things plagiarized too.

      I was just thinking of taking off the hubs below an 85, and lowering the number I have on here. But's it's hard to know where to go. I tried on both Wizzley and Infobarrel. The people are nice on both. I don't really like writing little blurbs on Bubblews, it's a bit fun, but you can't really research and write a longer and more interesting piece.

      I am only writing each time on Bubblews until I get to $25, and waiting until notification before I write again. I just let the stuff sit and read other stuff in between. There is a lot of garbage on there too, so I don't know how proud I feel being part of it. Plus the site is always slow or down.

      I didn't mean to offend you, I don't trust Bubblews either.

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      Jean, I wrote 70 quality bubbles, got paid, then stopped writing or doing anything on the site. I let the money from my old bubbles build up, then, when it reached 25 dollars again, I requested to be paid my 2nd redemption. They didn't pay. So, how could I have broken a rule without doing anything on the site between redemptions?

      I'm also an English writer with more than 50 EC hubs here. I have a PhD in physics, and I despise plagiarizers. In fact, I just got done filing a tonne of DMCA notices against them. I say this because I get the impression that people who don't get paid are seen as stupid or thieving rule-breakers by those that do get paid. I know, because I leveled the same accusations at people when I was being paid. Oh, how sorry I am now.

      It's interesting how Bubblews make you trust them before pulling the rug out from beneath you. They want you to "spread the word" about how great the site is. That's why they tend to pay at the start. If you bring in at least one more sucker then you've done your job. Case in point, you're here telling us about how you've received some payments. No doubt someone will read it and be convinced. Bubblews are a scam site. I couldn't be more sure of that.

      @Alien - If Alea Din is Arvind, then why is he talking about receiving payments from Bubblews? Is he paying himself? No, Alea Din is someone who comments all over the web... on blogs, hubs, articles, etc. He says the same things about how great Bubblews is because he's a paid shill for the scammers. Put "Alea Din bubblews" into google, or do a search on hubpages for the name. Then ask why bubblews need to pay someone to do what he's doing. Let his over-enthusiasm for his job be the greatest evidence of all that the site is a scam.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Jean Bakula

      That's almost a complete review you have made as a comment. LOL. Thanks for the comment relating your experience. I'm glad that you have not had any payment issues with Bubblews. And yes, the customer support does not respond at all. I've tried it with some minor issues. They didn't reply. But as far as the payment goes, I have received all my four payments to date. That's $100 within two months-the most I have earned since I began researching on ways to earn online in January, 2013.

      I guess Paypal has trust issues with Bubblews, because the site is relatively new and still in beta stage. I hope the next upgrade comes soon, as I have been experiencing site downtime a lot recently.

      Either way I will be happy with Bubblews as long as it continues to pay me.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @CloudExplore

      I hope your gut feelings are right Mr. CloudExplorer. Different sites give different benefits to writers. But none gives the complete package. The day such a site is born, we will have a feast.

      Bubblews is great, but it still lacks proper Search Engine visibility like HubPages. Maybe that's because the content is lacking on Bubblews.

      Let's hope for the best!!!

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      Jean Bakula 3 years ago from New Jersey

      I have enjoyed writing on the site. You only need 400 characters, not words. So you aren't writing a whole article as you would here, it's more of a blurb. It comes out to one good sized paragraph or 8 average sized sentences.

      You can write about whatever p0ps into your head, and there is a Personal category. I don't believe they expect large articles, in fact, those who write them there look out of place.

      I have also heard mixed info regarding payments. I joined but did not begin writing until the beginning of October 2013. I have rec'd. 2 payments, and reached the payment threshold of $25.00 again last Wednesday. They notified me today that I would be receiving an e-check.

      The payment process is slow. As I explained above, it took 4 days for me to be sure they accepted my work and decided to pay me an e-check for reaching above the $25.00 threshold. It appears that Paypal does not trust Bubblews, because they don't clear the e-check for 5-7 days. Then you need to wait another 2-3 as the money clears in your own account.

      So I write, but then I stop and just read until I am sure they see I am owed money, and tell me it's coming. I can understand that if your goal is to make $25.00 a day, you will have to keep a spreadsheet so you know what day you pushed the "Redeem" button, what day they decided to acknowledge that you did, and then match the money you receive in your account to the correct redemption.

      People have pointed out that most jobs pay every 2 weeks, but they don't pay in $25.00 increments that you need to watch out for, so there is work tracking it all.

      The rules regarding photos are the same, but there is a self described expert who keeps telling everyone their photos are "stolen" when they are not. I suppose there are annoying people on every site.

      So it's fun, but I miss writing and researching topics in more depth. But there are plenty of places to do that. So far I got any money due me. I suspect those who didn't never read the TOS or broke a rule. The staff never answers questions.

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      Mike Pugh 3 years ago from New York City

      I just got paid via Paypal, and love both Bubblews and Hubpages. They serve totally different purposes and I wouldn't stop blowing bubbles there or writing me some intense hubs.

      The world is watching for god sakes, and eventually something is going to happen great for us truly intense high quality article writers.

      We shall see in due time, I feel it in me bones.

      Thanks for this cool informative review and cool chart comparison here of Bubblews to that of Hubpages. I need to do one myself there on the Bubble blowing Factory, may they both help us all to succeed online today. Cheers to Bubbling and Happy Hubbing :)

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      John, I'm sorry it didn't work out for you. But there are thousand or even ten thousands who get paid everyday. Read some success stories on the site.

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      John 3 years ago

      Worst website ever- This website is a JOKE. The morons don't have the courtesy to reply back. Even though they have clearly written that they will get back in 96 hours, they NEVER do.

      I opened an account with them and published an original, high quality article only to have my account removed without even getting a reason from them.

      I am sure they would have used my content and now they are not even replying back. Just think about it. The company that does not even have the courtesy to reply to the content contributors, will they even make your payment? The website is a poor joke.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @habee

      That's great to hear. That encourages me more and more.

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      Holle Abee 3 years ago from Georgia

      I've redeemed more than 20 times and have never had a problem. I'm addicted to the site!

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Alien - I do not know what made you say that. But if that is true, I am honored to have Arvind comment on my thread. :)

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      Alien 3 years ago

      Alea Din is actually Arvind commenting here.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @anish92

      Yes, I have been on myLot as well. myLot used to be very good, but after their restructure in 2013 I think they are losing much of the customer base. I joined this year and I did not like it at all-starting from the interface. And what's more, they have stopped PAYING users. They allow to post links now, but there's no revenue share program now. So myLot cannot be compared to Bubblews. A lot of myLot users have joined Bubblews since they stopped paying.

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      anish92 3 years ago

      Very mice article. But Bubblenews does sound quite a lot like a site called mylot. Have you used it? I think a comparison between mylot and Bubblenews will be very relevant.

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      Alea Din and Thomas Swan, I don't know who's right and who's not. Maybe you both are right. Because not only Thomas here, but I've seen many people who haven't got their payments and not received an explanation as to why.

      So I guess Bubblews has mixed reviews. Let's leave it at that. No amount of arguments will change each one's personal experience. Bubblews has paid me so far (just checked my Paypal to see my 4th payment appearing there), so that's what my experience is based on. Individuals may have different experiences with Bubblews.

      Please let go of your feud.

      Thomas you are welcome to read my latest hub on ways to make money online here:

      https://hubpages.com/money/Top-5-Best-Ways-to-Make...

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      Thomas Swan 3 years ago from New Zealand

      Oh do please shut up. I know you work for them. Anyone here can go to your profile, click on "My Activity" and see that. Though I see you've posted as a guest today.

      Everyone, ask why bubblews need to pay people like Alea Din to go around the web saying this on every hub, forum, and article in existence. Seriously, it's not just hubpages. Put "Alea Din" and bubblews into a google search and see how prolific this employee is.

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      Alea Din (Dr Lin) 3 years ago

      Hi Nimesh, how is it going?

      I am sorry Thomas has had a bad experience - just remember, not everyone is going through the experience you are. Members are being paid everyday whilst you're losing out.

      Alea Din (Dr Lin)

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      Nimesh De Silva 3 years ago

      @Thomas Swan -

      Yes, that would be the obvious thing to do if they start defaulting my payments. But as long as they are going to pay, I will stay with Bubblews, because literally it's easy to earn there.