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Bubblews Has a Shot at Social Network Mega Stardom which could Change Social Media Forever

Okay I will be writing here today to not only speak about my perspective on what Bubblews has done thus far online, but I will also be speaking from the perspective of the average user online.

First things first. Bubblews isn't claiming to be a writing site aka writing platform or even a blogging/social blogging platform. At first Arvind Dixit the founder of Bubblews spoke about his vision of helping to change the social media world. He spoke in a few of his CEO Bubblers articles, as if Bubblews was going to be known as a social blogging arena, and community to gauge at reaching this goal.

Don't believe me here's proof on the Examiner which was an article published last year May 9th 2013: Click here to get there

Recent Update: Catch Bubblews CEO and CFO speak live on Bloomberg TV: Click here to get there

So what?

Low and behold after his new launch of Bubblews and official release from Beta testing, he's proud to announce to the world that he is striking for "Top" Social Network status. This changes the whole entire ball game, because any writing or blogging platforms that were more then likely trying to compete with Bubblews, will never be able to catch them due to this transformation of sorts. As Bubblews appears to be a beast of burden when it comes to taking virtual leaps and bounds out here online, and thanks to their angel investors, the supportive online growing community they have, and the dominant fact that they are raking in view in over 20 million page views per month as stated in a recent Mashable article. Click here for related Mashable article

There's no question that they are the next start-up online to watch out for, and despite any retaliation against this uprising, noise in opposition, or hate and dissension against Bubblews move online stemming from that of the Nay Sayers in fear of their rise!

I believe as a active +Bubbler which is the title many of the users or members there have decided to create and call one another. We are serious as hell about our ability to communicate fairly out there. Not every one of the members on Bubblews has the right intentions in mind, but never the less we all are in this thing together, and the stakes are pretty high for us all.

Comparisons are none!

Now when you compare other social networks to that of Bubblews, you will begin to notice a trend towards the much larger business models bolstering their digital muscle in ways of somewhat forcing their members to pay for stuff, Ad's are flushed down their throats, and so much social spam included tends to flow into their communications. On Bubblews we have a great deal of social spam, but the clear and uncut difference in the almighty and non paying social networks is, Bubblews does the opposite. They pay us a penny for our communications and every form of communications we received via the Bubble posts we create there. How cool is that! "It's not a Writers Network, its a Social Networking community"

Now for the rules of engagement there, one must learn to play fair or they will not receive what is known as a redemption , playing fair can be any number of things, and primarily depend on the members alertness to the terms of use there, and rules that do in fact evolve based on the given conditions of the social networking community and its visual as well as functional changes. "Redeem your reward for interacting fairly in cash via Paypal only for now, its no longer via virtual gifting, or by check."

Now I say again no other blogging platform, nor any other writing platform can compete with Bubblews, well because its not about writing there, its all about social communications and fair sharing of the Bubble content us Bubblers literally blow into existence on the fly.

As for the actual terms of use is concerned for the average online user it will not be tough to understand, and for the networking guru types they will eat this stuff up, because it goes along the lines of following content rulings and copyright laws out here online, and much of it stems from Anti-spam campaigns and deters many 1000's of user from comtitting the abuse of online communications for self gain purposes alone.

Note: (Bubblews reprimands those users who commit violations of their social networking terms just as any other network does, but people will continue to try to exploit, and abuse our online portals, and tools that were created for fair play/use, its a on going war of virtual proportions either way)

Cheers to awesome Bubbling!

On behalf of the awesome happy go lucky social community on Bubblews, I wish everyone out there a great deal of luck, and success!

As a pro writer myself, and social blogger type I have fun there even if everything isn't perfect. Actually nowhere online is perfect. Look at all the issues they have on places like YouTube "Darn unstable comment section there, and all, but I still love it". I mean any online technologies where humans are either responsible for developing, maintaining, and publishing, or sharing as social communicators will have issues of technical errors as well as human errors.

All in all its worth it to give anything out here a run for its digital investments of time, and if some places are willing to share revenue with us, then why not praise them over all the others that simply wish to dig in our pockets and give nothing back. "Don't we make their businesses what they become on the user end, why are they so stingy for?"

Bubblews is taking off and there's nothing that can be done to stop them, because they play by the rules out here online. Watch out now!

Closing statements:

Technology is no joke people, I love these online games being played, but one thing I do know is that Bubblews is about to "Blow!" and change the way the Internet Bubble expands, and pops as it does eventually like anything in nature, or figuratively speaking up in the mind!

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This article was authored by Mike Pugh aka CloudExplorer © all rights reserved

The Million words social Blogger

Owner of FPC-Virtual

Online Writing and Pro Networking Career Accolades:

Achieved network status on YouTube as a certified YouTube creator with over 1.3 million views thus far

Over 4 years of intense full time blogging experience, and considered a pro writer online currently working a Online Novel.

Received 14 Editors Choice awards on Hubpages over 160,000 page views for all hub articles total,

Written over 2000 articles thus far between both Bubblews and Hubpages for a gran total of 2115 articles (top notch quality)

Written over 1 million words online thus far headed to 2 million and counting

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astraldreamer wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:09 PM

I love both writing sites and must say that i am loving the new bubblews design, it really needed it.

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:18 PM

&CSMcClellan yes I agree with you that far to many folks jump the gun out here online and end up sticking their foot in their mouths. I for one am always online 24-7 it seems, and even do networking and writing in my sleep emoticon :smile:
I know that judging by the online trends and how much fanfare Bubblews has been receiving lately, they shall easily be able to compete today, mainly because there hasn't been any other social network to fairly share revenue like this since the social networking arena was erected years back. So you bet its going to be a true show stopper, I just hope to be on the top when the millions of members arrive! I hope many of us are that is, because the more the merrier right!!

Go Bubble powers!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:19 PM

Yes me too, I support all networks that are about the people, made by the people, and in favor of the people. Hell's yeah baby! emoticon :smile: Thanks for that smooth comment!

JanetHunt wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:38 PM

Nice article here. I can see where they are aiming towards being a social media site and not a writing say per say. The was very evident to me when they did away with the categories. Everything there has a whole different feel now. Not necessarily bad, just different! The spammers though, they are truly horrible there! Yikes!

JanetHunt wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:40 PM

Oh wow, I just read my own comment before posting! Sometimes, I get a brain freeze...Here is what I meant to say there...
I can see where they are aiming towards being a social media site and not a writing site per say. This was very evident to me when they did away with the categories.

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:41 PM

JanetHunt yeah I hate the spammers there too and try my best to bash them as they do their best to "Spam" the hell out of us all to Oblivion and back, but nevertheless its still a fun place to attempt at interacting, and the new interface is marvelous looking. I just find it hard to jump into a interesting conversation, when far to many are reaching for Dollars :)

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 12:43 PM

Yeah I caught that, its quite alright I do it all the time as well. These keyboards aren't the best writing tools :) Thanks for caring to comment effectively with me. I like PersonaPaper when it comes to truthful and fair communications, well because there isn't that many folks here yet. They shall flock here to once earnings pick up I bet!

Anja wrote on July 18, 2014, 1:07 PM

There are struggles within the pages of Bubblews. There are those who want it to be a site for writing expositions and those who want to have a social site. It can be both, but each side has to recognize the other as having a valid reason to use the platform. They've gone a long way towards their goals with the new layout. Now they have to cull the cheaters. The other two factions will just have to declare a peace.

SLGarcia wrote on July 18, 2014, 2:11 PM

I don't see it as a particularly good social site. Granted there are a number of members there who write at least some sort of substance there, I see far too many posts where people will write absolute nonsense (example: I brushed my teeth this morning) simply to earn a penny, and others will "like" and make generic comments to get the same in return. I cannot see any sort of redeeming social value for such posts. I see it as a giant scheme to make a few bucks and nothing more.

BigBlue1613 wrote on July 18, 2014, 2:43 PM

I must disagree with you I think Bubblews will fail. Their new site design has a lot of people upset. Plus they really need better customer service because when it takes months to pay people that is not good. Bubblews in my opinion is not even a flash in the pan yet.

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 4:54 PM

I agree that the members are many in the modes of operation the choose to utilize Bubblews, but I don't think its for everyone. I'ts much more of a networking interaction web location then anything now. I sense the tention of all apsects most individuals have with the growing pains dealing with glitches, with the issues of cheaters and garbage content posts etc... One thing I know Bubblews will not stop moving forward towards their ultimate goal emoticon :smile:
Awesome comment I agree with you 100% moving forward!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:00 PM

Well folks worldwide who are looking for a meal to eat are there along with us on Bubblews, and they have every right to chit chat about what's on the top of their mind. The funny thing with Bubblews is, its never going to be a site about writing. It's always going to bolster the networking aspect because the CEO Arvind desires to put the lights out on greedy social media. He wants to make the web much more fair and Bubblews is that engine he surely believes.

It only takes one bright idea to knock out all the rest, and I'm sure he can do it. Look what happened to Myspace!
History is no liar and all empires crumble to bring rise to new ones, I'm sure everyone knows that reality and fact for sure!

Thanks for participating in my articles discussion, I will in time repay the favor, even if I don't play the pay back thing out here online :)

Anja wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:04 PM

Hey, you just stole my next bubble. It was going to be about how to brush your teeth. Now I have to think of something else.

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:05 PM

&AbbyG yupper the only one who can keep me from Bubbling happily is Mr. GOD himself, if he struck me down with a lightning rod and I was still gasping for breath I would still grab for my wife's iPhone 5 and try to blow them cute Bubbles :) I'll be right there with ya all the way to the top of the social web! being redeveloped again and again!!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:09 PM

That's fine I know one thing earning money online has anew face, I wish YouTube paid me as much as Bubblews does, I would be a wealthy man by now :) that's how I look at it on the receiving end, and it pays the bills with no problems for me. I guess those who do wrong there have the heardest time with redeems.

Oh and it's okay to disagree BigBlue1613 thasnks for the cool comment ;)

CloudExplorer wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:10 PM

My bad on the typos I have a sticky keyboard and there's no edit option here for comments :) LOL

momathome wrote on July 18, 2014, 5:32 PM

It actually isn't so much of a change since he has always stated that he was trying to create the next generation of Facebook. Personally, I never have really liked facebook but I love Bubblews and use it much the same way as facebook was intended -- as a social networking site, I chat with friends, learn more about their day, update them on mine, etc.

SLGarcia wrote on July 18, 2014, 8:41 PM

Anja - regarding brushing teeth - I guess great minds think alike!

bestwriter wrote on July 19, 2014, 12:23 AM

The membership on bubblews says it all

acelawrites wrote on July 19, 2014, 7:35 AM

Bubblews had gone far, and too many members were flocking in there due to the fast and easy earning there.

IcyBC wrote on July 19, 2014, 8:45 AM

Bubblews will always come out on top despite everything. The fast earning is a huge attraction and I agree with you, it will never be defined itself as a pay writing site. It is a platform for everyone who wants to just post whatever and they won't bother with the cry for "quality content".

Just last night, someone said Bubblews even made it on Fox news, but I haven't checked it out yet.

inertia4 wrote on July 19, 2014, 11:42 AM

CloudExplorer Well, I see it that Bubblews and Persona Paper are two different sites with totally different goals. Bubblews, whether you look at it as a writing site, blogging site or social site, it is ultimately a social site for members to communicate. It is a new standard to social networking. Persona Paper is more of a writing site geared toward writing and blogging. I find both platforms to be exciting. And I plan on being part of both for a long time. I cannot and will compare Bubblews to Persona Paper or any other writing site. It just cannot be done. Lets just embrace these two dynamo sites for what they are. And lets enjoy both to the fullest.

jelena wrote on July 19, 2014, 4:16 PM

Other social networks will take your all and give nothing in return. It is good when you get paid for what you believe and for your personality and writing.

allen0187 wrote on July 19, 2014, 6:30 PM

Great article and very insightful.

What sets them apart other social networking site is their revenue sharing program. This is what drives people into the site. However, with the current way that they have been handling redemptions (almost a month long of processing), it might pose problems down the road. If they can lower the waiting period from pressing the green button and actually seeing the funds in one's bank account, then they might be bigger sooner than expected.

Just my two cents.

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:25 AM

Yeah I love Bubblews too, just wish they would get a handle on all the comment spam out there. It needs a serious drilling or purge :) when it comes to ridding the community of such a mass spam nuisance. It's so annoying! you know, other than that its awesome, oh and many glitches I expected would emerge have, but yeah I roll with the digital punches out there :)

Thanks momathome for communicating fairly out on PP I'll try to catch up to you on Bubblews in due time!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:25 AM

LOL :)

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:27 AM

Yeah over 200,000 members to date, wait till they hit a million+ that's 5 times the rate of pay we are all seeing today there. Crazy exponential growth as well, and the true earning potential per post at a Billion members, well i don't even wanna start :) but yeah I'm there for the friendly networking, the $ comes secondary!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:30 AM

Yeah they aren't going to slow down due to social media Buzz, they hit the News on Fox 5 and so on and so fourth. Bubblews is a true force to reckon with no matter what anyone states :) because they are on the Rise in a huge way! who doesn't want a piece of the virtual pie out there in terms of money hungry Advertisers. That's how social media works right!!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:45 AM

Yep Bubblews hit the prime time Fox 5 News, I was blown away, they also are on Bloomberg TV, which is no joke. Here take a look:

This video showcases the real deal from both CEO +Arvind and CFO +Jason speaking in person about Bubblews. I am so happy these guys are gaining the spot light, because I been working hard out there on Bubblews to help their team make things happen on the side of assisting fellow Bubblers in learning the ropes to it there. I seen the Fox News article as well, the link is on my down stairs PC. ;)

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:47 AM

inertia4 precisely my point :) Yep there is no comparison!
Bubblews is in a class by itself for sure, and out to show the world what great minds can do as a united team!!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:50 AM

Yes that is the true underlining premise and cause of Bubblews being born!

jelena thanks for that awesomely insightful comment I agree with you 100% that getting paid for our online efforts and time invested is a wonderful thing indeed. I so wish other social networking communities decide to change their strategies now that Bubblews is soon to be King. Imagine us all at the top of the social web with them, and united as can be without need to be celebrities, or some super popular whomever :) that time is on the rise!!

CloudExplorer wrote on July 20, 2014, 7:57 AM

I agree that revenue model scores with people when fair play is at stake. I think Bubblews CEO Arvind is wise enough to know how to space out things when it comes to redemption timing. They are playing social economic with the Users mind. Think about it, they started out slow with about $25 increment pay outs, then dangled a different carrot at us all there with $50 increments. I'm assuming in the future the redeem button will all but go away. Like on YouTube there's a month to month payment cycle and its standardized.

I firmly believe that Bubblews will do the very same thing in due time, first they need to achieve the 1 million mark in terms of dedicated sustainable membership, and so that carrot will keep swinging in from of our faces. Plus he's a biology major, he knows human psychology for sure and how the response to stimuli game works. I guarantee you that emoticon :smile:
I agree with you though on the fact that it will take them much longer to get more folks to stick with the program there, but for now it feels great to think of the possibilities as a top performer on Bubblews and possibly receiving much of that buzz coming down the pike!

allen0187 wrote on July 20, 2014, 6:46 PM

You raised valid points CloudExplorer . In one of my other comments in a different post, I mentioned MyLot. MyLot back then had a payment cycle and as long as you hit the minimum payout amount (that you set yourself) you'll see the funds credited in your PayPal account. I know MyLot eventually did away with the payment and now looks like Twitter minus the 140 character limit so I'm hoping bubble land doesn't go that route.

inertia4 wrote on July 21, 2014, 9:51 PM

CloudExplorer That is correct. They will prove themselves. I do believe in the site. I also believe that Persona Paper will prove itself as it's own entity.

momathome wrote on July 22, 2014, 3:35 PM

CloudExplorer They sent me an email in response to a few bug reports today saying that they were working on some big updates today to fix those and other issues so hopefully soon it will be less glitchy.

As to spam, I've noticed a drop on my posts since I started immediately deleting it. The first few days it was 10-15 per post, but I deleted them immediately. Since then I have gotten less than 2 spam comments per day on my posts there so it has made a big difference -- either they are being notified that their comments are being deleted or they are coming back and checking and seeing that I've deleted them. But either way its working!

Jadecat777 wrote on October 23, 2014, 9:08 AM

You have definitely made your mark in the online world; you know how things are working and do little of a lot of things.

celticeagle wrote on November 10, 2014, 9:58 PM

I don't feel that Bubblews has really made a mark as a social media. Not to any great extent anyway. And, as far as the payment thing we are lucky to have it, wish it were quicker like it used to me, but it hasn't been around as long as Mylot and look what happened to them. Time will tell.

nbaquero wrote on December 9, 2014, 10:37 AM

Hi CloudExplorer I would like to get your opinon based on the latest developments at Bubblews. I think time has shown they were not prepared to follow through with their vision and promises.

nbaquero wrote on January 6, 2015, 8:36 PM

It looks like CloudExplorer is not longer here, but it would be very interesting to know his opinion.

MommyCharm wrote on January 11, 2015, 1:31 AM

I agree. This article was written July 2014 when Bubblews was still rocking. Unfortunately, B has changed for the worse.