Ever heard of Bubblews? It’s one of the newer content writing sites on the Internet that anyone can join. I joined on February 15 of this year, and that’s why I haven’t been here much. I have reviewed Squidoo, HubPages, Zujava, Wizzley and MyLot, all of which I write for occasionally now. But the bulk of my writing energy goes into Bubblews now. Here’s why.
Bubblews can be whatever you want it to be. If you want to blog, you can blog there. If you want to share news and events about your life, you can do that. If you want to share and talk about photos you take, people will be interested. You can write about anything that interests you – even lesson plans and funny things that happen in your classroom and get paid for it – as long as you write at least 400 characters and follow the very simple terms of service.
In the two months I’ve been a member I’ve earned over $100. You can get paid after you have earned $25.00. I have never written more than an average of three articles a day, though you are allowed to submit up to ten a day under current rules. Were I to come up with ten articles (called news on Bubblews) I would be able to earn three times as much in the same time period. You are paid for the views, comments, and likes or dislikes people give you when they visit your articles.
What I like best is that besides making better money at Bubblews than any other site I’ve previously reviewed on this blog, I’m also meeting new people and discovering that Bubblews is also a social network. One can invite one’s real life friends to join and you can get paid to do the same sorts of things you do on Facebook – as long as you write those 400 characters per post. That’s about four lines on the form on Bubblews.
The rules are just common sense and pretty standard.
- You must write your own content. No plagiarizing or copying from other sites.
- You must not abuse the system by joining like or view exchange groups or requesting other Bubblews members to connect with you and like or comment on your work.
- You cannot use traffic exchanges, bots, or other non-human or IP manipulation tactics.
- Your posts can include one or more photos, but you still must have 400 characters of text with them.
- You cannot post anything pornographic.
- You can’t make posts of less than 400 characters.
- You must post in English. If you include text in some other language there must be an English translation.
Bubblews shares the ad revenue it makes with its members by the readership and reader interaction the members get on their posts. The more people who view and comment on your work, the more you will earn – as long as your posts follow the rules above. Before you are paid, your work is checked to make sure all the rules have been complied with.
One thing most Bubblews members really like is their bank page. Whenever you want to know how much you are earning, you go to your bank page and all your statistics will be there. Above I have posted my bank page for this morning, right before I redeemed my earnings. You can see all the statistics there. I check my earnings every morning and it’s very motivating.
If you enjoy sharing your thoughts and seeing what others think on a variety of subjects, I highly recommend Bubblews as a place to connect with others and earn money at the same time. My income on Bubblews is currently more than on either Squidoo or HubPages, and I’ve never had a problem with being paid. You can join Bubblews here. If you use this link, I will make a small amount when you make your first post. The amount varies. Normally it’s only a penny. After you join, you will get your own referral link to use when you invite your friends to join you.
One of thing that helps you earn money on Bubblews is interaction with other members. It doesn’t pay you directly, but it gets your name out there to people who may want to connect with you. You make it much easier for people to interact with you if you choose a simple-to-spell user name that’s easy to remember, because comments aren’t threaded. To make sure another member knows you’re talking to him, you have to be able to write his name. So if you choose a name like barbsbooks (mine) it’s easier than if you choose a name like Radisavljevic47 (my last name with number attached). Which would you rather have to write? You can put your real name in your profile, but make your user name short and sweet.
I will also mention that Bubblews doesn’t have much in the way of help files written yet. I have written what I call my Ultimate Bubblews Tutorial: All l Wanted to Know When I Joined Bubblews . It will help you get off to a good start. I hope to see you soon, since it’s a great way to supplement your income by sharing what you know with others –right from your computer.