Should You Delete Your Bubblews Account?
To Bubble or not to Bubble, that is the question.
Seriously though, I've heard a lot of people are contemplating whether to jump ship now that they've found a replacement for Bubblews here at Persona Paper . While the two sites are similar – and Persona Paper has addressed a lot of the issues Bubblews has left hanging – they don't have to be mutually exclusive.
Some people may be thinking of deleting their Bubblews accounts because they aren't getting paid, or because they may have picked up bad habits while writing there. If your content is earning but you aren't getting paid, then it's surely worth considering whether that content meets the requirements for publication on Persona Paper. If so, you might want to migrate that content here a little bit at a time – particularly if your content is evergreen , or if you can rework it to give it a longer shelf life.
If you are a little embarrassed at the content you've posted on Bubblews, then you might want to think about deleting that account. If you have some accidental violations, if you haven't been getting paid, or if you simply aren't earning residuals on older “ potato posts ” and don't have the time to keep up with the daily interaction on Bubblews, maybe it's time to delete that account.
If you want a fresh start, Bubblews will let you open a new account. You can start over with more evergreen content , and focus on building quality connections instead of pumping out your ten a day and plastering spam comments on the maximum number of posts. So essentially, start over at Bubblews with an emphasis on the same good habits you should be developing here at Persona Paper.
Having accounts at two or more writing sites is good. It gives you a broader audience, and often it allows you to publish different kinds of writing. For example, I can write more conversational pieces here and at Bubblews, but I thoroughly research the articles I've published at places like Yahoo! and InfoBarrel.
The other benefit of writing at a number of places is that it gives you “Google juice,” especially when site rules allow you to backlink. So don't be afraid to diversify !