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I have been for quite some time now and have observed a few things. My observation may or may not be accurate and I would love to hear your views about it.

Posts regarding # book-reviews and # product-reviews usually flop. No one bothers to read them. # Movie reviews earn okay only if the movie is an old classic or very new one, but if I were to write about Spiderman, I doubt if I will get many views.

and posts also do not generate much interest.

posts generate comments only if they are exceptionally well written with personal touch and accompanied by pictures.

Posts about food, home life and home remedies get lots of views and comments. People are very generous and sympathetic when someone is ill or needs a bit of comfort.

The most popular posts, in my opinion, are about online earnings, and other upcoming sites. We love to read about how much people are earning, where they are signed up and how to increase our . These types of posts get most views and comments.

And we all still love to talk about the site that started this trend and its CEO’s latest posts!

I wish people would post more about their country, society, culture, traditions and festivals. Overall we don't post much about that.


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Hollyhocks100 wrote on March 5, 2015, 4:07 AM

I have to agree, and you are so right, any post that has Bubblews in the title has me scrambling to read even though I left there in disgust. Posts about video games and poetry also don´t draw me in to read. I do like personal posts though, as long as they aren´t just telling me what the writer had for breakfast, or there´s no milk in the fridge.

luisga814 wrote on March 5, 2015, 4:16 AM

I agree with you that anything that telling something about their failures in Bubblews is a good attraction for comment that will lead us to earning.

bestwriter wrote on March 5, 2015, 4:23 AM

The categories statistics give an accurate picture.
Even I do not read movie reviews and reviews in general. Because just by a click we can read millions of such reviews and that too written by professionals.

johnmariow wrote on March 5, 2015, 4:42 AM

One Bubblews, the only type of post that makes money is a featured post. Apparently, it does not matter what the post is about. If it is featured, it does well. I attribute the lack of views to the lack of exposure; especially since not all one's posts appear in one's profile. I like BubbleWS and I still post there. But waiting for the wonderful, great things that are suppose to happen is a bit like Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting For Godot.'

Kungfu123 wrote on March 5, 2015, 4:58 AM

As for me, I want to read the post which describes some writing websites.

crowntower wrote on March 5, 2015, 6:11 AM

You'll get a comment and views from me when it comes to spiderman. I feel that sometimes the blog don't earn to much if the people has no interest with the super high mind profile of the post, or sometimes, they don't interact much or sometimes they blog don't leave a space where the other bloggers can comment... I mean reading it is the end... you can't ask anything bout it, or there is nothing to be curious about or it is a dead end, nothing to praise whatever... Heheheh! God bless.

BodieMor wrote on March 5, 2015, 9:16 PM

Thanks for the tips, definitely info to keep in mind!

allen0187 wrote on March 5, 2015, 10:07 PM

I agree with what you wrote. Online earning and basically, any post that talks about earning more gets a lot of views.
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msiduri wrote on March 5, 2015, 10:18 PM

I post a daily journal entry, but mostly what I post are story and article reviews. Cut me to the quick!

Dawnwriter wrote on March 6, 2015, 1:58 AM

Don't feel bad. I was talking about my own experience only. I hope you get lots of comments and views on your reviews. maybe I don't have teh flair for writing movie/book reviews.

WordChazer wrote on March 7, 2015, 6:27 AM

This post has me thinking. Now you know that's dangerous, don't you? emoticon :winking:

cheri wrote on March 10, 2015, 1:21 AM

I am going to take that as a reminder. I am agreeing to that and quite motivated to do posts lie what you had mentioned.

oneoveralpha wrote on March 11, 2015, 3:32 AM

I wonder how long the Bubblews grudge will last. You'd think that people would eventually grow tired of complaining about it and move on with their lives. Of course, it is the internet, so there's no telling.