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Writers Needed: New Writing Website with Highest Pay Per View

There is a new writing website that I have just discovered that currently is paying an incredible one cent per unique view that your articles generate. Read on to learn more about this incredible opportunity.

Just last week I learned about a new writing website that allows its writers to speak freely and write pretty much whatever they want to write about and I do say, pretty much anything that they want to write about and not anything goes…there are some rules and limits in regards to some topics. It is important to read their “Terms of Service” policy before registering as a new member, because if you do not agree with the rules than this site isn’t for you and it is best that you move along somewhere else where you will be happier.

The site is called Bubblews and it has been around for about three years but not really all that well known as I believe it should be. Like I have already said up above; there are rules and terms of service policies that you need to carefully read before you decide to register as a new member on the site. The rules are much stricter than most online publisher on the internet, but these strict rules are needed to discourage those people who plagiarize other writers published works on the internet, and then just copy and paste another writer’s writing to a different website to make money from writing that they did ever write themselves. This is flat out stealing and no one should ever be rewarded for stealing another writer’s work and calling it their own when it is in fact not their own work.

This is where Bubblews writing guidelines and rules come into play, because Bubblews will not ever pay any writer who just copy and paste other writer’s articles and then publishes them on the Bubblews website. Bubblews members who are caught stealing articles that do not belong to them originally are not paid anything for the stolen articles and their accounts are closed down and the articles are removed from the site. This is a good policy to have and the Bubblews staff are very proactive in enforcing their rules and policies so be forewarned before you join Bubblews.

OK. So, what does Bubblews pay? Bubblews pays one cent per unique view that your articles generate each day. An unique view means that if you have a visitor that has reads an article on their first visit to your article, then that is an unique view, but if that same visitor returns to read the same article again, then Bubblews will not pay you anything on the second view on an article that this visitor has already read once before. If the visitor should read your other articles that you have published on Bubblews, then Bubblews will count the first time the visitor reads each of the other articles that you have published on the site, but they will not pay you again if that visitor returns to read those articles again for a second time or more times after the very first visit that they made.

So, you might be thinking, one cent per unique view isn’t all that much, but when you consider that this one cent per unique views earns a writer an income of $10.00 per 1000 unique views then it is a different story all together, isn’t it? Bubblews offers the highest pay per unique view on the internet and this is a new website that seems to be trying to do their best so to be the online publishing leader and they just may do it.

How much does your current online publisher pay you, just think about that for a minute.

Bubblews also pays its writers one cent for every like that their articles receive and one cent for every comment and one cent for every social network like that your article generates. That’s a potential of four cents per unique view, which if every unique visitor did all of these things, then a writer could potentially earn as much as $40.00 per 1000 unique visits/views. That is of course, if every single unique visitor did all four of these things, which just doesn’t happen too often, so do get your hopes up too terribly high about this ever happening to you. It could, but chances are, it will not ever happen.

Bubblews does have systems in place on their website to detect comment cheats, Like Clicking cheats and other kind of cheaters attempting to game the system to get paid more than they ought to, so don’t cheat. Cheaters will have their accounts closed down and will not get paid anything at all for their cheating attempts.

Like I have said a couple of time before already, Bubblews has very strict rules and policies that they do enforce, so read and follow all of the rules and policies before you register to become a new member on the site.

As far as, Bubblews publishing guidelines are concerned, all that they require is 400 characters per articles written or about one really well written paragraph written in the English Language. I can’t stress enough that quality does matter on this site to get a lot of views. There is a lot of poorly written articles on Bubblews and most of these poorly written articles have very few views if any at all. So the better written your articles are than the better the chances of the articles being read by a whole lot of readers. Read Bubblews Writing Guidelines Here.

Bubblews writers will be paid upon request after you have earned/banked at least $25.00. If you have earned/banked less than $25.00 then you cannot request a payout. It usually takes 2 to 3 days to process your payout request, so don’t get upset if you do not receive your payout for at least 3 days. Also, Bubblews can pay their writers in a few different ways: By Paypal (if available in your country), by Check (this will take longer to get than by Paypal), by Visa Gift Card or by Buy Me This (I personally do not know enough about this option to share anything with you).

If you currently write and publish on other sites, then make sure that you are planning to publish articles that you have published on other sites on Bubblews, then you run the risk of having your account closed. It is best to publish original never before published anywhere else articles on Bubblews, because these kinds of articles will attract more readers in the long run, which you will potentially earn more income, too. If you want to publish recycled articles that you have published on other website, I would recommend that you contact the Bubblews staff first, because if you don’t and publish recycled articles on Bubblews, then the Bubblews staff may mistake you as a plagiarizer especially if you join Bubblews using a different pen name than you go by at the other website that you have originally published the article on first. So, it is best to only publish original articles on Bubblews, and then after you do, then publish those your articles on other websites second if you choose to do. Bubblews first publish and other website second publish unless you write for a publisher that has a policy to publish only original content to their site, then you will have to choose one or the other to publish your articles with.

Bubblews Highest Payouts per unique view:

.01 cent per unique view/visit per article
.01 cent per unique Bubblews article Like or Dislike per article
.01 cent per unique Social Network Like per article (Facebook, Google Plus or Twitter “Like”)
.01 cent per unique comment received per article (if a single member leaves multiple comments on a single article than Bubblews will only payout for the first comment that member has left and will not pay out on second or more comments a single member leaves in one article) – Do Not attempt to abuse the system, because you will get caught and ToS out of Bubblews as a member and will not be paid for cheating.

To write on Bubblews, you can live in just about any country in the world, just read their policies regarding this information. – Join Bubblews.

There is a whole lot that this article has not covered, but if you take the time and visit the website and read the rules and policies, then you will soon learn everything that you need to know about writing on Bubblews. It is up to you what to do. – Bubblews Terms of Service Page.

If you love to write to express yourself and would like to make a little extra income from the things that you write, then why not join Triond.

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29 Responses to “Writers Needed: New Writing Website with Highest Pay Per View”
  • Uma Shankari
    January 28th, 2013 at 5:04 am

    That is a welcome news for many writers here.

  • Amper Blitz
    January 28th, 2013 at 5:28 am

    Wow! Even likes gives you money!

  • afaceristonline
    January 28th, 2013 at 5:53 am

    very interesting post .thanks for share

  • ageeinc
    January 28th, 2013 at 8:05 am

    Good info . Let me know after your third payout though.

  • Lynn Proctor
    January 28th, 2013 at 9:26 am

    I visited this site a few weeks ago, and wrote to the owner/mgr to ask some questions. I was all excited. However, a few things happened that made me turn away. One is that it apparently is out of India, but they have their mainframe computer on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. Not important, I guess. But I read several articles, and without exception, they were all Indian writers whose articles were spun beyond recognition. I wrote to ask questions about reprinted articles, and they did not answer my question, but asked me where my articles were. They wanted links to them. I did not give it to them, but I re-asked my question. They did not answer a second time, and were giving me only a few words back with no attempt to encourage me or even sign their name. By the fourth attempt to get my question answered as to whether we can re-post articles, they said they would rather have new material. Obviously, by the stuff that is already rampant over there, quality is not an issue for them. I expect that is why they could be in “business” for three years and still not be known. I heard about it from someone who said she posted articles there, but she didn’t try to promote it. I was so disappointed. The pay sounds great, and it was touted as the next eHOW, which is legend in terms of pay and quality, and I wrote for them. I would like to think that what is wrong with the site now will be fixed, that spun articles will not be accepted, but it’s been three years, and it’s rife with them. But each to his/her own. I am looking for another site, and went back to Firehow to add on to the articles I have over there. They do not have high readership, but pay consistently and are a good site. I wish they would do something with their graphics, but wish in one hand….anyway, many of us are looking for some other site, and many of us already write for some. Thank you for sharing this. Things can change. Let’s hope.

  • kank268
    January 28th, 2013 at 9:26 am

    nice post!
    thanks for share this one :)

  • Matt Freeman
    January 28th, 2013 at 9:35 am

    Thank you for the share!!

  • Edyta N. Tehrani
    January 28th, 2013 at 10:38 am

    It is a very interesting site and very promising provided that they do not lower their pay rate as soon as writers start to generate higher views as it happened on Triond.

    And what are the rules concerning creating your pen name there? I wanted to make an account with that site and use the same pen name as I use here, but they didn’t let me. Do you have any idea why? I couldn’t find any info regarding user names there.

  • SharifaMcFarlane
    January 28th, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    Thanks for the information.

  • RBB1010
    January 28th, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    I transferred a few of my articles to Bubblews, told them that they were already published on Triond first. They have left my articles on their site so far, but I haven’t really worked the site to try and earn money. I really feel comfortable here at Triond, with people I seem to know and like, but I may have to change. Good share my friend.

  • Karen Gross
    January 28th, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    I have to agree with Lynn on this one. I checked it out and saw several things that raised red flags in my brain, and I am slowly learning that I should pay attention to these flags. There is very little advertising on the pages, and most of the ads I saw were from the same advertiser. I read several articles, and none of them were well written. I may be wrong about this site – perhaps the articles I read were not representative of the site. It is definitely a site to check out in the future to see if it has improved.

  • desertsister
    January 28th, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    Good info, but I shall pass also. Too many red flags waving out there.

  • LIVING BY GRACE
    January 29th, 2013 at 5:22 am

    Thanks everyone for sharing your comments with me. You all may be right about this one. I do currently write for Bubblews, but only for about one week now. I will update this information as soon as I receive a couple of payout from Bubblews and let you all know if you are right about your suspensions.

    What I’ll do is take a screenshot of the payouts once they are paid out and publish them in a future article. If Bubblews fails to pay me what I earn, then I will also write an article about that, so to warn other writers to keep away from the site.

    What I do know about Bubblews is that they do offer the highest payouts per CPM in the industry right now.

    Sincerely,

    Living By Grace

  • Lynn Proctor
    January 29th, 2013 at 6:44 am

    Well, Living by Grace, in spite of myself, I ignored my own best advice and joined Bubblews, not because I don’t have many reservations, but because this site is driving me away. I have made friends here, too, and I like Triond’s easy to use graphics. But I don’t want to stay frustrated simply because it’s easy to stay. I can stay and go also, I expect, like many already have. We don’t have to be locked in to one site. I wrote one article so far, but lost one, too. I didn’t see a “save article” tab at the bottom of the writing block, and so I just submitted it. Gone. Never to be seen again. I rewrote a version of the article, and it posted. But I would like to see a “save” tab or automatic save, which it doesn’t seem to have. I need to explore it more to better know its problems. Reviews are plentiful online, if you look for them. I did receive a brief, no frills welcome to Bubblews. On the other hand, every time you write an article for Firehow, they send you a thank you note to your email. Isn’t THAT nice? : )

  • Netty net
    January 29th, 2013 at 9:04 am

    Thanks I check it out.

  • LIVING BY GRACE
    January 29th, 2013 at 9:20 am

    Hi Lynn Proctor.

    If you should need any help learning your way around Bubblews, then you can contact me either through Triond messages or on Bubblews. I write using my original pen name NelsonDoyle at Bubblews. Look me up.

    What is your pen name at Bubblews so I can connect with you over there?

    Sincerely,

    Living By Grace

    P.S.

    Just because you might choose to publish a few things on Bubblews, doesn’t mean you should quit publishing on Triond. Triond offer opportunities that no other online publishing site offers – the best thing about Triond is the people you meet here and get to know as friends. I have yet to find another publishing site anywhere online that offers a real community of friends as Triond has offered to me over the years. Triond will always be my original writing home on the internet.

  • catlord
    January 29th, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Scares me that the site is ‘in’ India, -but so if ExpertsColumn and despite rather low number of views for my work there, I do get occasional payments of $8.00-$15.00 very few months from them…

  • Rahmat Syam
    January 29th, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    Great information my friend..I also made an article about Bubblews, let’s check it http://webupon.com/social-networks/10-in-one-day-bubblews-lets-prove-it/

  • Smokey Hardwick
    January 29th, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    Great article, thanks for sharing.

  • el zorro
    January 29th, 2013 at 8:03 pm

    thanks for the share

  • JamesForrester
    January 29th, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    They should pay this way on Triond too.. Our good articles have to be worth more to society….

  • shelpeare
    January 30th, 2013 at 7:41 am

    At present Bubblews.com has a much better Alexa rank than all of the following sites: helium.com, mylot.com, brighthub.com, infobarrel.com, knoji.com, expertscolumn.com, bukisa.com, webanswers.com, snipsly.com, xomba.com, wikinut.com, zujava.com, expertspages.com, cashmystudio.com – in that order.

  • stevetheblogger
    January 30th, 2013 at 10:42 am

    Great piece and so far have had no problem with the site
    Best Wishes
    stevetheblogger

  • Edyta N. Tehrani
    January 30th, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    I decided to give it a try too and joined the site under the same user name as here EdytaN.Tehrani, only without spaces between the letters, and I will see how it goes. :)

  • caesar27
    January 30th, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    I have joined bubblews.com, the result is very good at all and withdrawals are also good at paypal with a minimum of $ 25

    Please join me and sign up at this link:

    http://www.bubblews.com/?referral=5107a7a44ec140.34525160

  • toni22
    January 31st, 2013 at 3:51 am

    Nice interesting article, i will look bubblews..if this site more interesting than this site, i think i will moving to interesting site…

  • Muhammad Irfan Zafar
    January 31st, 2013 at 7:26 am

    Lot of controversy here about Bubblews.com.

    Low advertisements on the article pages.
    Requirement of original articles.
    No quality articles there.
    May reduce rate in future like Triond.
    Only 1year 194 days old.
    No save article option.
    Payment threshold is high i.e. $25.
    Payment only by Paypal, which would be impossible for people in countries where Paypal is not working.
    Payment by cheque is as well a lengthy process.
    When advertisements are low, how long they will continue to pay higher rates?
    It appears as if they (bubblews.com) are themselves experiencing with the site.
    It\’s not a mature site like Triond. Let it be mature first.

    In comparison, ExpertsColumn is

    4 years 28 days old
    No need of Original Articles, Can republish Triond Articles there
    Never compromise on quality.
    Lots of Ads.
    Reasonable consistent Traffic.
    Better CPM rates.
    Day by day improving Google Ranking.
    Payment threshold is extremely low i.e. only $5
    Payment by Paypal as well as with Moneybookers.
    Extremely careful, professional and responsive admin.

    I highly recommend joining ExpertsColumn.

    If you are not aware of that site or have not joined it yet, kindly follow the link below to join.

    http://expertscolumn.com/referral/65788ee5

    Not to mention, your username/nick name/display name/author name should be the same as that of Triond.

    For any further assistance, you can PM me at ExpertsColumn. My User id at ExpertsColumn is: irfanz. Surely, you can PM me here at Triond as well. Further, feel free to contact me at my personal email: “irfan5zafar@gmail.com”

    Thanks & Regards

  • Judy Sheldon
    January 31st, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    Well, if nothing else, you have caused some conversation here.

  • LIVING BY GRACE
    February 1st, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    Hi Everyone.

    I just read an article by stevetheblogger regarding his experience at Bubblews and I thought that I would share a link to the article here, so that anyone who would want to read it could. The information that stevetheblogger shares in his article is about Bubblews payout honesty, which has been an issue of concern raised in many of the comments in this comment section. So, if there is anyone reading this who are concerned or has doubts about whether or not Bubblews actually pays, then please take the time to read stevetheblogger’s article addressing this payout issue at Bubblews.

    http://www.bubblews.com/news/184104-congratulations-bubblews

    Your Friend,

    Living By Grace

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