With all the recent activity from major upgrades to the site, there is much buzz on and off the Bubblews website. Needless to say, some of the chatter is negative. The writers at Bubblews.com love being able to earn cash from every “View”, “Like”, “Comment” and “Share” that their short posts receive. Obviously that can’t happen when the site periodically experiences server issues. In an effort to discourage complaining, Baker has already written several related Bubblews including: “Stop Squawking and Keep Bubbling”.
The vast majority of Bubblers have expressed appreciation for Bubblews.com.The site provides people from all over the world a unique writing opportunity. Even those who would have never thought of themselves as writers are given a chance to write and earn cash quick and easily. The website encourages the bubbling community to “Speak Freely” and “Write Your World.” But as most people will attest, patience goes out the window, the moment something starts to interfere with your finances and livelihood.
Need for Encouragement
According to Baker, with all the “squawking”
Currently, due to the many incentives for Bubblers to share their thoughts and recruit others, the rapid growth of Bubblews.com has been constant. Baker, author of the recent sci-fi novel: “Experimenting With Murder”, has only been writing on the website for a short time. She says she fell in love with the diversity of the writing community, and the dynamics of this unique website. Any skeptical newbies can read the endless proclamations from other writers who have successfully redeemed payments. .
Supporting Team Bubblews
Baker says that supporting the techs that she refers to as “Team Bubblews” was important to her. The Bubblews that she previously posted did a thorough job of reminding fellow writers to be patient about servers and possible payment delays. After giving the issue a little more thought, Baker says she felt compelled to do more. In an effort to show her gratitude and appreciation for Team Bubblews, she submitted the post: “Hurrah for the Techs at BUBBLEWS!” According to Baker, she knew it was the right thing to do when the servers actually worked and allowed her to upload and publish the submission.
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