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Bubblews Changes - What's In Store?

Bubblews is back in action. And I am sure it will be better that what it was 'yesterday'. The website is officially down till Monday and everyone is expecting something better that the current version. Yes, we should not expect the earlier Egyptians Glory, but yes, something better than the current situation!

I am sure, there are mixed reactions from all the PP'ians. Some are positive and some are negative. But that really does not matter as long as one site is pouncing back with all the vigor and giving its members the ultimate benefit - the long due benefit!

I have full confidence in Bubblews that it will be showering its golden olden charismatic magic, which will be beneficial to all its loyal members.

What is your opinion/views/reaction on bubblews pouncing back in action?

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rescuegal wrote on June 20, 2015, 3:46 PM

Bubblews is not going to pay us anymore than we are making now. People just don't understand it if they haven't had much experience in this business. This is as good as it gets.

Anja wrote on June 20, 2015, 4:09 PM

If there are any positives, it will be in the areas of user experience and ad integration. If they are able to find a way to generate more revenue and inspire a wave of membership, then the site may do better.

Anja wrote on June 20, 2015, 4:11 PM

Earnings could improve slightly with better paying ads and increased participation, but it won't go back to the days of easy money.

inertia4 wrote on June 20, 2015, 4:23 PM

nitsbubb Well we will see what happens when Bubblews goes back online. Am I expecting miracles? No. But I am expecting some changes like most are. As for the earnings, well, that will all depend on the ad revenue. If they bounce back and wind up getting better ads from more famous companies, then yes the earnings will improve. But it most likely will remain the same right now. As it is here.

Louemham wrote on June 20, 2015, 5:32 PM

Bubblews won't ever be a 'get rich quick' site, but hopefully they will lower the redemption threshold, so more people will be active again.

morilla wrote on June 20, 2015, 5:32 PM

They've made it clear that earnings and the redemption minimum aren't going to change in the foreseeable future. Many don't seem to grasp that concept and too many seem to have tied their hopes to the thought that such will improve. For all the cussing and swearing about messaging from Staff, that's something they've made abundantly clear. Likewise, for all the 'negative' commentary here about the site, if we're honest, earnings are BETTER/FASTER there than they are here - the DIFFERENCE being a much higher level of confidence, for most, in actually receiving it here when the time comes. (Thus far, I've received all my redemptions there.) The "improvements" will be, theoretically, in the features, not the pay. That's also something they've made clear.

FourWalls wrote on June 20, 2015, 10:08 PM

I wrote an article earlier where I said it wouldn't surprise me if they didn't come back. What other web site takes FOUR DAYS to do updates/upgrades? Most web sites can get changes done with little to no downtime. That bothers me. I'm also worried about what happened with the last "big update" (about a year ago this weekend), and how most people who redeemed right before or right after that update lost their redemption with no explanation for over a month and a half from the staff. Arvind's absence since mid-March (when he was hawking his free e-book) also scares me.

Well, you did ask. emoticon :winking:

scheng1 wrote on June 20, 2015, 11:39 PM

They always make changes, yet the earnings get lower and lower.

humaira wrote on June 21, 2015, 3:59 AM

I am a member of Bubblews since 2012. Since then I had redeemed for about five times and sadly they paid me only once, worth $25. They still owe me $75 and $50. I decided to be inactive in Bubblews since they didn't pay my last redemption..

CoralLevang wrote on June 22, 2015, 12:08 PM

All the new colors, bright ideas, and fancy symbolic changes does not change the fact that they were dishonest in business and blamed it on other dishonest people. When they decide to go the "in good faith" route, I might change how I see them. I understand that their payout will never be what it was, but they need to make good on their debt to those who stuck by them. They stole from their people. And too many of their people think that is okay. It's not.