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Is It Time To Leave Bubblews?

When I first considered joining , an online friend told me that the high pay was not sustainable and that he was joining while it was good, would milk it while the money was good, and then leave when it wasn't. I joined with the same thoughts. Bubblews definitely helped my bottom line at first. The first year I made over a thousand dollars in eight months. In the first three quarters of 2014 those went down to about $50-$75 a month. After September, 2014, everything went downhill. I received my last payment in October, 2014.

After that, a few things happened. I had more medical appointments, and I had to do a lot of work offline to prepare for my surgery in early December. My posts went down to less than one a day, and in November they went down to once or twice a week, just to keep my foot in the door.

The lower , were, of course, not the only changes. The major update in July ruined a lot of my posts, mutilating my intro photos and deleting all images and text after the introduction, on any posts with multple images. When I had barely started trying to salvage these posts, the powers that be took away the ability to edit posts, and then returned the ability to edit limited to 24 hours from posting time. Finally they started allowing us to delete these mutilated posts, and I thought maybe I'd keep working at weeding out the bad posts.

Recently the rumors are flying that older posts are no longer earning their authors anything for views or comments or likes but I'm not sure just how long the earning period for a post is. Basically, this means to me that any real residual income is gone. That's one reason that whereas I used to earn a dollar a day even if I hadn't posted that day, I now am lucky to earn fifty cents if I have posted.

Now more rumors are flying. These are neither confirmed nor denied in the Learning Center or on any other page easily accessed. In one of the Facebook groups, what I suspected is happening seems to be confirmed. Only active posters will be getting paid. So those of us planning to keep posting once a week or so until we reach redemption again and then waiting for payment before deleting our accounts, probably won't get paid unless we keep posting, thus adding more to our banks that we may not be paid. Since so many folks no longer being paid are leaving, there are fewer people left to like and comment, so earnngs don't accumulate as quickly.

I'm not even halfway to my next redemption. Yes, I have enough money in the bank to make me think twice about deleting my account now, but I'm pretty sure the site will soon not have the money to pay what they owe people anyway. To keep writing there is gambling with my time and energy to win an unsure jackpot when it's all over. I know some are still making good money, better than anyplace else. But it's looking more and more like a pyramid scheme where the writers who earn most will keep being paid to keep advertising money flowing in to pay the lucky ones so that the rest will stick around, too, because people are still being paid.

I am a writer, not a gambler. I'd rather put my time in where at least I expect my writing to last and where I have confidence I will be paid, even if the money isn't big right now. I hope the rest of my friends at Bubblews will see the light soon and establish a base here, and that those who stopped posting here or opened accounts and never posted will return, even it it's just to post once a week. It's always good to have a backup plan.

I know many of you have already left, and none of this is news to you. What about those of you still there? Planning to stay? Don't want to go on record for fear of not being paid?

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maramadalina wrote on December 29, 2014, 5:08 PM

Bubblews lie and disappoint more and more people every day. They don't want to pay people.

WordChazer wrote on December 29, 2014, 5:15 PM

I'm still there, mainly because I'm trying to work out where would be the best place to republish all my reviews. I'd like to bless PP with at least some of them, in due course and once the Google Gods have deemed that I am no longer in contravention of copyright by putting them here instead of there. I have other options too, which will be explored in due course and the fullness of time. I'm well over half way towards another redemption, and it will be interesting to see what happens when I submit my request, given everything else that's gone on lately.

luisga814 wrote on December 29, 2014, 5:18 PM

I heard some of the disappointments in Bubbles including myself, I do have two pending redemptions. But still easily continue but not that much active. As of this moment, I do have $21 in Bubbles bank.

melody23 wrote on December 29, 2014, 5:54 PM

I feel the same as you, I have too much money there to simply forget about it but not enough where I envision being able to cash out for a long time, especially since I am hardly ever there these days. I don't like it there anymore, they are hiding things from us and its clear that they don't have the money to pay, in fact my last redemption came from a credit card with no back up bank account which is not a good sign in my opinion (that info came directly from pay pal) it suggests that someone is using their personal card to pay the bills or else why would they not have their business bank account set up on paypal? Many of my connections are leaving or like me spending very little time there. I don't have a lot of time to spend online just now with my essays and exams but what little I do have is being split between here and the freelance jobs I am offered, I am not actively looking for freelance work at the moment but if some comes my way I wont turn it down. I just don't have time to devote to a site that treats their members poorly, is becoming more and more secretive and may or may not pay me in the end. In all the years I have been writing online this is the first time I have ever wondered if I would actually be paid or not for my efforts.

maxeen wrote on December 29, 2014, 6:08 PM

I think that site has had more than enough of peoples energy.

bestwriter wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:11 PM

Bubbles could be compared to an inverted triangle where the top is broader than the base. They started well and went downhill. I have stopped going there. But the site has made enough and they don't care any more.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:45 PM

I'm beginning to think you may be right. On the other hand, Arvind and gang may just be idealists who didn't know what they were getting into, and they may feel very bad they didn't make enough to be able to pay people.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:46 PM

I hope you will return in another three months or so to tell us your redemption story.

Ruby3881 wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:46 PM

I'm trying to get to that next redemption, as I have a good $40 sitting in that bank. But I am deeply concerned about their finances, especially when I hear people saying all older unpaid redemptions from countries like the Philippines are going to stay unpaid. I am trying to just keep it to social posts now. And I'm going to be deleting more of my content to migrate here. After that, I don't really know.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:47 PM

I hope you get what's due you.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:49 PM

Exactly. Even Squidoo was finally honorable enough to pay people what they had earned.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:49 PM

Agree. I think it's had enough of mine.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:51 PM

You're right, I think. Or maybe they do care, but are incompetent to do anything about it.

BarbRad wrote on December 29, 2014, 7:55 PM

I'm getting tired of deleting posts one by one. I'm beginning to think my $18 just isn't worth it, much as I'd like to have it. If I work to earn more I'll be losing more if they don't pay. With one click I could end it all. Or maybe after they see this I won't even have to delete my account. They may do it for me. Or leave my account there and then not pay me if I get enough to redeem and use this post as an excuse.

maramadalina wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:01 PM

I believe that celebrity made them forget about their users and also made them believe that they can use and lie people.

maramadalina wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:03 PM

The most of users there have delayed payments and the team doesn't bother to offer explanations or pay people.

Ruby3881 wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:09 PM

Melody, that's a serious red flag! I went to check my payments, but they all came from the verified account. My most recent one was well over a month ago, though. Do you mind if I ask when your unsecured payment came through?

allen0187 wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:18 PM

Bubble ooze has been a sinking ship a long, long time ago. I still have a pending payment that is due. I already emailed them about it and they replied with a standard non-committal reply. I'm not surprised!!!

Ultimately, the decision is yours to make. Good luck in whatever you decide BarbRad .

bestwriter wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:20 PM

Give them the benefit of doubt and let's move on. Persona should pick up in 2015, hopefully.

AngelSharum wrote on December 29, 2014, 8:38 PM

I haven't written there in a while now. I have $9 something in my bank so it would take me forever to reach redemption again anyway. I'm most likely done with them.

Glenn wrote on December 29, 2014, 9:01 PM

The reason why old Bubblews posts are no longer getting views is because Bubblews added the missing text back twice. So it looks like spam to Google and other search engines, I used to get search traffic on old Bubblews posts and that stopped. It's obvious that Google has lowered ranking on Bubblews posts.

Their programmers are clueless and this is obvious to any intelligent person. When they deleted the text after the first image, many of us frantically edited our posts to add that text back. But then they removed the edit function because they idiotically thought we were editing just to get listed on the front page again. So foolish. Many of us told them why we needed to edit our posts to fix the mess they created. But they decided to make it impossible instead. Then they added the text back on their own, doubling it up and making Google hate them for spamming the text.

A professional writer cannot survive on that platform. They are not professional.

As for getting paid, read Arvind's last post. He already admitted that they ran out of money.

momathome wrote on December 29, 2014, 9:58 PM

While I do understand your thought process, I do plan to stay as many of my connections on there are still active. I also plan to be a little more active on there than I was but as to missing payments, I know some who were extremely active who have payments missing so saying that being active is what is going to determine if you are paid doesn't hold entirely true. I've actually missed some payments in the past as well and while that does make me mad, I have to admit to getting paid more than 95% of the time. I am not going to be posting anything on there that requires much work on my part and I'm not going to devote a lot of time to the site but I will stay around as long as my true connections are still there. Of course, I do consider it more like most people consider facebook (I detest facebook and NEVER go there), I no longer really consider it an earning site. Of course I kind of have the same inclination here but its because the earnings are much less than what I see from my other sites.

Feisty56 wrote on December 29, 2014, 10:07 PM

I remain a member there, if only to read and comment on the posts of others. I am so near the redemption minimum, but I no longer hold out hope that should I redeem I will actually receive payment. I have no desire to write endless emails begging for money I have already earned, so I'm not even going there.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on December 30, 2014, 12:31 AM

The same thing happened to me. I worked like crazy trying to rewrite my damaged posts to make sense (or at least have 400 characters). I did a lot of companion posts on my blogs using the deleted photos and text. Now I not only have the deleted text stuck back in the original posts making me look like a bad writer, in some cases I have duplicate text on difference sites. I've got to go back through everything everywhere, checking, deleting, editing, and rewriting.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on December 30, 2014, 12:48 AM

I'm still pondering the future there. I'm incredibly unoptimistic.

JanetJenson wrote on December 30, 2014, 1:24 AM

Hi Barb, my wifi out here at the winter vacation retreat is almost worthless so I haven't been able to keep up at all. Hope all is well with you. We'll be back to civilization in a week but I seriously doubt that I will have much time for social networking for a while yet...whether or not it pays.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:35 AM

I'm leaving. Perhaps they have deleted my account already. I just posted my goodbye post and was going one by one to say goodbye to special friends who may not see it. Now I'm getting "Exception [ 0 ]: connect() timed out! ~ DOCROOT/unirest-php/lib/Unirest/Unirest.php [ 219 ]" on any page I try to access or reload. So maybe they decided I was infecting everyone and took me down. I suppose updating my hub on Bubblews didn't help much either if they saw it.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:36 AM

It's sad, but I knew from the beginning this would happen someday.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:39 AM

My decision is made. I will delete my account after my last post tonight, my swan song, has been there about a week -- if they don't decide to delete my account immediately when they see it.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:41 AM

WE each have to do what we think best. I just can't handle intense interaction on three sites. I have chosen this site and tsu. I'm hoping if the other site disappears, the ones without a home will come here and we'll meet again.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:43 AM

I considered staying, but life is too short. I'd rather put everything into sites I believe in.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:43 AM

Me, too. What does Guiness think?

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:46 AM

I'm so glad you popped in. I've been wondering if you were OK. I hope you'll have time to drop me an email and let me know what's happening with you. I'm living in the Paso house now, and I think you have the number.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 3:44 AM

I didn't know about that.

shiela32 wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:38 AM

I believe that some US members are still being paid except for the members in the Philippines. What you stated above is correct, their active members will be paid, their CEO made a post about it. I no longer post on Bubblews BarbRad

MaeLou wrote on December 30, 2014, 7:58 AM

After the missing payments in July that took months, I found them to be too unreliable to do anything but social posts. I even started weeding all of my informational articles from there.

fufurinha wrote on December 30, 2014, 9:40 AM

I wish I could have my money back. More than 200 dollars left :(

ConstantDementia wrote on December 30, 2014, 10:05 AM

I am still there also, I find it hard to leave totally because I still have my first redemption pending and will be due for a 2nd soon. But with all the talk round, I won't be surprised if that ship sinks.

melody23 wrote on December 30, 2014, 10:11 AM

It was my last one in October, I will dig out the email and let you know exactly what it said but it was something to do with an echeck is created when someone sends a payment (in this case bubblews) using a credit card but they have no bank account to back up the funds so paypal has to hold them till its cleared. now Im thinking about this I cant remember if this info was on the email or on paypals website, off to do some digging

melody23 wrote on December 30, 2014, 10:17 AM

Ok I might have this slightly wrong, just checked paypal and apparently an echeque is created when only one payment method is supplied so it can be a bank account with no back up card or a card with no back up bank account. I definitely read something about my payment originating from a credit card though but perhaps they just used the card to clear the backlog or something as my payment was one of the ones that didn't go missing during the changes but was late because of them so that would make some sense.

Susie wrote on December 30, 2014, 11:15 AM

Indeed it is time to head to greener pastures, Barb. I'm waiting for an over-due payment, Plus one more = $105 about. I'm glad I got in on the site when the $$$ was easy to earn and payments came through like clockwork for me. You have published a lot of great content on that site (me too), and its not earning us a penny anymore, BUT, it can elsewhere.

Blessings to you m'dear, and everyone who is in the same bubble.

tafmona wrote on December 30, 2014, 2:06 PM

am totally confused about working with them, I worked myself sleepless, earned 500$ that am yet to receive, any time I send a mail am told they are working on paying people as fast as possible, am not employed so am looking for a place am sure of being paid, I wish if they pay me I would do big things with the cash to put my life on track, I use internet that expires every month so if I spend all the time on a site that wont pay me then I will lack means of renewing my internet, I think the idea of paying only active members is not good if they mean it, they should just concentrate on paying any one they owe, a just way to do things, it hurts most for those who had it as their job me included then you end up unpaid, well at times I ask God why why and more why...

momathome wrote on December 30, 2014, 3:03 PM

BarbRad A lot of people have jumped ship from Bubblews. I have seen some on here but many more are just MIA. I admit, I just view the writing sites now as "social networking" similar to the way most people think of facebook or twitter. Since I don't really like those sites, I spend my time on here and Bubblews instead. For me my big earners are survey sites, online communities and swagbucks. With only pennies per day coming in for hours spent on the writing sites, I can't really consider them as an income source any more.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:03 PM

I have decided not to delete my account, just most of my work there that no longer profits me. I don't want friends to lose money from losing my comments, views, and likes, if i leave.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:06 PM

I always get paid by echecks and have to wait until they clear before the money hits my account.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:07 PM

Sad, isn't it?

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:09 PM

I am very sorry you have not gotten what you were promised and you earned.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:10 PM

And unless you keep posting, you probably won't get paid. It's a vicious circle.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:12 PM

Susie I hope you get your payments. It's like blackmail to say that if you stop writing until you get paid, they won't pay you.

momathome wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:18 PM

BarbRad yes it is! especially since in 2013 I was making between $800-$1,000 per month on Bubblews. Now I'm lucky to make 80 cents per day there and I think I had my highest day ever on here yesterday when I made 7 cents! While I'm not leaving either site, I just can't afford to devote hours a day to either one. Instead, I'm spending most of my day on swagbucks, survey sites and online communities and I check in here and on Bubblews when I can in between, just like most people do with facebook or twitter. I can't really consider either of them a viable earnings site even though I am earning something on them.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 5:20 PM

It's never a goo idea to put all your eggs in one basket. As we've been seeing, sites can disappear overnight. Some give warning and some just disappear and you don't find out until you try to access them. Keep backups of everything you write anywhere you might want to use again if a site goes under. Join Facebook writing groups to keep up with what's happening on various sties. If you haven't joined tsu yet, jsut put my user name here, BarbRad in as the shortcode when you first visit the site, i order to get in. It's a good way to promote your work here and find out about other ways to make money as people post. Most of all, trust in the Lord and do good. He will provide. Read Psalm 37: 1-4.

melody23 wrote on December 30, 2014, 6:14 PM

I think they have always paid that way - they are the only site I have ever worked on that pays by echeck, the worry is that if the funds don't clear, paypal doesn't have another source to try to get the money from. its not necessarily a problem, but it is strange.

fufurinha wrote on December 30, 2014, 7:49 PM

I am still waiting for the money, but I probably won't get it.

BarbRad wrote on December 30, 2014, 9:14 PM

My goodbye post last night made close to fifty cents. It was almost tempting to stay around. You must have posted close to the max. I never had time to post more than two or three times a day and still averaged $100 a month. I could really use those kind of earnings now.

momathome wrote on December 30, 2014, 9:43 PM

BarbRad Back when I was working it full time (and earning full time pay), I was posting between 8-10 every single day. I was also spending 10-13 hours on the site every single day without fail (7 days per week). No way would I do that now, it wouldn't be worth it. While I wouldn't go back to the schedule I was working 2009-2013 (16+ hours/7 days week), if the payrates were higher, I would devote more time to writing but I would still restrict myself to a more reasonable schedule.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on December 31, 2014, 12:33 AM

This is Guiness the Cat. Huh? What? You woke me up to ask me what I think of someplace that chops my pretty ears off in photos? Seriously? I'm going back to sleep.

tafmona wrote on December 31, 2014, 3:37 AM

thanks a lot Barb, I wish to ask how does one earn on tsu, am trying to get it but not so clear, kindly help

BarbRad wrote on December 31, 2014, 3:47 AM

I'm considering writing on that, but I can tell you seven cents is a good day for me so far. It's not going to replace Bubblews by a long shot, even as Bubblews is now. The good thing is that as you get more good friends and post more good ORIGINAL content, your earnings will start growing. But you do have to put time into it that might be better spent elsewhere if you are on a site that makes more.

LilyDay wrote on December 31, 2014, 11:27 AM

It saddens me to see what has become of that site. I still drop by there for a few minutes here-and-there, but...

BarbRad wrote on December 31, 2014, 6:15 PM

About all we can do is wait and see if the promised awesome improvements are as awesome as they seem to think. The other "improvements" seemed more like downgrades to me. I think the real problem is that the techies who run the company are neither writers or good social networkers, so they don't know what we want. They do what they decide what we should want without every listening to and taking to heart our expressed desires, such as a decent text editor.

FourWalls wrote on January 1, 2015, 12:49 AM

With this latest breach of contract, where they arbitrarily said out of the blue they aren't going to pay anyone anything if they redeemed before November 11th, I seriously look for people to flood the California Attorney General's office and the Better Business Bureau with complaints about the site, to the point where the admin may just say it's easier to "take the money and run" (thank you, Steve Miller) and shut the site down. One of my bubbling buddies is owed over $600, and he's not going to get it now. Personally, their "new redemption rate," put in place 45 days after I redeemed, cost me about $17. So, I would say YES, it's time to leave.

acelawrites wrote on January 1, 2015, 6:37 AM

When I read the post at FB, I visited the site, then read the post that redemptions before November will not be paid! I have four redemptions before November amounting to $200+. All my time and efforts there were useless!

seren3 wrote on January 1, 2015, 2:21 PM

It's sad to have our material degraded by poor programming and stupid decisions (our older posts) . I'd like to go back and read there for a while so I know where my connections have gone. I have deleted some posts and now see the url goes to a 404 page. I'm not sure if that means I can use the material elsewhere yet.
Good luck to all!

BarbRad wrote on January 1, 2015, 6:20 PM

Maybe it's time to take that kind of action. I haven't worked up to another redemption yet. I last tried to redeem on October 14. Because of my computer crash in September and then my surgery, I don't know if I got it. I'd better check Paypal.

BarbRad wrote on January 1, 2015, 6:39 PM

I did get that last payment, November 15. I will still lose the 18.90 I've earned since then, but at least I haven't lost hundreds like some others. My policy was to write until I could redeem and not write again until the redemption was paid, especially toward the end.

BarbRad wrote on January 1, 2015, 6:42 PM

I never saw that announcement. Where is it on Bubblews? I think they've covered themselves legally by saying they could change their payment policies at any time or stop the earning plan completely. It was in the revised TOS and I saw it as a red flag.

BarbRad wrote on January 1, 2015, 6:43 PM

I keep track of my deletion dates and google a sentence from my backup to see if it's still found. Google had picked up one, but when clicked it lead to 404, so I think it's safe to repost.

Debbie wrote on January 1, 2015, 8:53 PM

I haven't left completely as there are still some of my connections on there who Iike to read. But, I am not sure how much time I will have to post on there especially if there is no one there to read anything cos they're all here instead

BarbRad wrote on January 2, 2015, 12:21 AM

Try to find a way to invite those friends here. Some can be reached through FB messaging if you don't have an email address. Post a swan song as I did and visit your friends in their posts and add to your comment that you are saying goodbye in case they didn't see your post. Change your profile link there to a twitter or Facebook account where they can communicate with you.

Debbie wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:03 AM

Thanks. I see several have joined Persona Paper now.

inertia4 wrote on January 2, 2015, 6:53 AM

BarbRad I am still there and probably will remain there. I will also be here. No doubt about that. I like both sites. Maybe it's because I find Bubblews familiar. Or that it is like an old friend now. Either way I will remain there. I like to see things to the end. and if they go under or pull a MyLot, I will stick around. And as I said I will be more active here.

Carmelanirel wrote on January 2, 2015, 8:40 AM

I hated the update when they took away the photos too, because I had posts where I wrote about each photo and without the picture, it looked stupid. I hope you are feeling better now. My down time, as you know, is when classes start up, so it took me months to reach my next pay and what really caused me to turn away was they took a good 20 dollars away from me. I depend on this money not for frivolous things, but for my education and a bill I have been trying to pay off for the last 3 years. So like you, I don't have time to play games. I am not looking for a site where I make hundreds, but a good steady amount once a month helps a lot.

FreyaYuki wrote on January 3, 2015, 7:34 AM

I also have around $40+ in their bank but it seems like it's going to take forever to reach the minimum payout. The activity there has really slowed down. Looks like lots of people are leaving.

FreyaYuki wrote on January 3, 2015, 7:40 AM

Read that news too. Also lost a redemption as did many others. Saw lots of posts about this. It's terrible because even the people who didn't do anything wrong had to pay for the mistakes of the spammers and cheaters :( All our efforts and time really did go to waste, huh? :(

FreyaYuki wrote on January 3, 2015, 7:53 AM

They posted it on the 31st of Dec 2014. It was by one of the Bubblews staff, member support, if I remember correctly. They disabled comments on that post too.

Gina145 wrote on January 3, 2015, 8:47 AM

I gave up trying about the same time as you did even though I've got $40 in my bank. It would be almost impossible for me to reach $50 as the rate they pay to South Africans is now beyond ridiculous. Before I stopped posting, I'd been earning 2-3 cents per post. My farewell post made a whole cent!

Squidwhisperer wrote on January 20, 2015, 11:12 PM

I'm regularly disheartened when I read that people are still giving these shysters the benefit of the doubt. O - were that they were idealists! No - they are manipulative operators who delete criticism and stroke the gullible...

BarbRad wrote on January 21, 2015, 1:39 AM

I can't pretend to know what is in the minds of men other than my own. Hindsight is always best.

valmnz wrote on January 26, 2015, 7:15 PM

When I first arrived here from Bubblews a couple of weeks ago, it was with the intention of balancing both sites. This morning I realised I hadn't logged in there for two days. I'm really enjoying being here.

BarbRad wrote on January 26, 2015, 10:49 PM

I still have my account open there, but I'm not posting. I do go back and comment now and then when I see a link on tsu.

BarbRad wrote on January 26, 2015, 10:51 PM

I think it's hard to make much anymore unless you freelance, and I'm not quite ready to do that yet.

BarbRad wrote on January 26, 2015, 10:57 PM

Just read you last post. It's even worse for you because of your country. I hope we will all find a way to earn what we need.

BarbRad wrote on January 26, 2015, 10:59 PM

I only go there to read the posts of others when I see a link on tsu. i did go just now to read Gina145 's final post, and I checked my bank to see I have nothing added since last week. Residual income is gone.

Carmelanirel wrote on January 28, 2015, 5:41 PM

Same here, though if times get bad, I might consider going back to that one writing site I can't remember the name of Again! lol I don't like to do research, but after 4 years in college, it is something I can do.

BarbRad wrote on January 29, 2015, 3:44 AM

I don't like dong research much either unless it's hands-on research or I'm really interested in the subject.