We’re on to day two of my Bubblews case study. Each day (don’t get mad if I miss a few here and there) until I get my first payment I’ll share what I did and a screenshot of my bank page.
So, the first thing I did was set up my profile. There is a bio box where you can talk about yourself and I wrote some stuff but it doesn’t seem to show up on my profile. I’m not sure what’s up with that.
I’ve written three bubbles now. I found out that you can only have one account per person/PayPal so I won’t be able to do a niche account. That’s a bummer but I’ll make it work.
Here are the three bubbles I’ve written. I wrote two yesterday and one this morning. Each took maybe 3-5 minutes total including sharing them on FB, Twitter, and G+ (the only promotion I did).
What Are the Rules of Bubblews? – I noticed they don’t have an F.A.Q. page that tells you all of the rules very clearly. That was a bit upsetting so I wrote this talking about some of the rules I found by looking around and Googling. Oddly enough, today the staff posted up a bubble where people could request questions for the official F.A.Q.s.
I Can’t Focus on Writing When I’m Angry – I decided to vent a bit because I was frustrated over a family argument From there I offered some tips for overcoming it. It took a few minutes and got me ready to focus on the important work for the day.
I should mention that they are totally okay with you linking to your own blog from Bubblews but you can’t use affiliate links. I plan to write a quick bubble about this blog post after it’s live.
Well, here is what you’re waiting for… my bank.
So… I went from $1 to $4. That’s not a lot of money but it also wasn’t a lot of work. At this point I’m seeing it more as a fun way to do some free writing and earn some money. We’ll see how it goes. I plan to do a few more today. Be sure to check back tomorrow for day 3!
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