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Bubblews Having Trouble Again

Every company experiences growing pains, and unfortunately, Bubblews is no exception. Even after the major facelift, the site is still having problems with notifications and liking posts. It could be worse, I suppose.

Remember when Facebook went through this phase? I do. Constant changes in the interface, messages not going through. Frequently offline. If you think about it, there are still plenty of times when FB is down, it just no longer affects everyone at once.

My point is, every popular platform needs to work out its own particular kinks.

Would Facebook ban a site that showed no promise whatsoever? I don't think so.


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Shadi wrote on August 31, 2014, 8:17 AM

There is no success without troubles in the way. It is all up to them if they learn from their mistakes and improve themselves to be among the giants like Facebook.

Scorpie wrote on August 31, 2014, 10:00 AM

Watch out for that bubblooze! You don't want to get any on you.

Stingray wrote on September 1, 2014, 1:59 PM

Bubblews owners as people learning from their mistakes? Are we talking about the same guys? From what I've seen, all that seems to be different, is the old issues being sugarcoated with a new design. They will never get to the same level where Facebook made a stand, not even when Facebook loses members on an exponential rate. Not even on their business model they share a bit of similar features.

Bethany1202 wrote on September 4, 2014, 3:36 PM

I haven't visited Bubblews in a few days but plan on writing a few articles soon. Thanks for the update.

Bethany1202 wrote on December 1, 2014, 4:16 PM

It happens. Many are more disappointed with lower earnings. I think we can deal better with slow loading pages if earnings are decent.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 15, 2015, 4:46 PM

By now, I am sure that you have heard that Bubblews has died and no longer exists. It is sad when you think about how the site had so much potential if it had just been run right.