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bubblews under maintenance

I have been checking bubblews since I woke up this day, but it only say under maintenance. I want to write and post, but i cannot.

I know many of bubblew buddy now are uneasy, waiting for the site to open again, checking their current earnings and all view and comments.

i love to post in bubblews too, but i cannot make a post everyday, even here, too busy from work and my kids. If i have extra time, i will write and post

sometimes, i do write in the office during break time, i just save it to my usb, then when i got home, copy and paste and then post, that's the usual i do.

I am just enjoying writing because i can share what is on my mind.

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LadyDuck wrote on July 13, 2014, 5:15 AM

I am doing the same. I just checked their Facebook page, they wrote that they are doing major updates in view of the July surprise, they do not know how much time it will take.

poddys wrote on July 13, 2014, 6:59 AM

If you test updates the right way, you should do a beta-test with a limited number of testers to try and determine what problems you are going to have, and before that you should do alpha-testing with the programmers making sure as far as possible that their changes are going to work.

The number of problems at Bubblews and the frequency with which they occur, plus the length of time it takes to fix things when they go wrong, well it doesn't make writing there much fun.

Actually Yahoo were the same with YCN, they took months to fix simple problems, and often when they did they broke more than they fixed. More frustration...

I do much prefer writing where I know I don't have to worry about technical problems most of the time. I now prepare my posts for publication here, with the odd one on Bubblews just to try and reach the payment threshold (I'm close now) as I have several hundred posts there.

LadyDuck wrote on July 13, 2014, 8:31 AM

I agree, they should do beta testing on a mirror site, there are too many problems that were never solved and every day there is a new one. Before "upgrading" they should fix all the problems that were never fixed from almost one year now.

poddys wrote on July 13, 2014, 10:21 AM

Most definitely. It seems like the ongoing problems don't seem to be as important as trying to work on a new release of the site, but if people can't connect and a site doesn't work, it drives people away - or at least ought to.

Paula76 wrote on July 13, 2014, 12:04 PM

ITs down again. Maybe they will have it back up and running soon. Who knows.