Bubblews Case Study Day 8

Mother’s Day has come and gone and I was so busy that I didn’t really get a new case study post up, but I did post a few more bubbles. They’re so quick to write…

Here are the new ones:

I’m a little disappointed in my earnings at the bank though…


It’s a nice bit more than last time but what I’m feeling here is that only a few of my posts are getting views after the first day. There are a few that seem to be getting more views each day and those are the ones that are getting a lot of social shares.

On the other hand, it’s pretty easy to post up new bubbles. I’m going to be trying some different things to see which topics get the most responses. It was recently suggested I start doing things like writing a quick bubble about an episode of a TV show I watched and things like that so I’ll give it a shot.

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  1. Amanda, I have looked at lots of posts on best practice there and read even more about what people are finding don’t work. A lot of this has to do with the amount of people who follow you on your other social networks.

    I tried 2 things today to track my earnings.
    1. I posted 3 updates. 2 Were more informational and led to my blog posts. 1 was just fun and based on a video I watched on facebook.

    2. I commented with the writer’s name tag, about 9 comments today. I also started tagging my name both in comments and in posts.

    • Thanks for the tips. So far it really just seems to be about followers on there and on Facebook. Picking newsie or fun topics seem to do better if you aren’t doing any promoting.

  2. As frustrating as it may seem that the number doesn’t climb up very fast, bear in mind that if you figure it out, you get $0.01 per user interaction (like or comment) or visit. If you look at it that way, you get $10 per thousand visitors – there aren’t many advertising programs that pay that well (including Squidoo).
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  3. They seem to like post about bubblews and particularly about how much youve earnt but these are short term. I did some keyword research and I ranking on page one and two for a few posts for good keywords.

  4. I know what you mean about slow earning…I think a lot has to do with how often your name pops up in front of people’s faces on their, lol! I have heard tales of multiple cash outs per week, but those people have hundreds of posts. I’ve got like, 25? Maybe more, but I don’t strategically post. Probably should…and some people submit to the search engines and Ping, but I don’t always have time for that. I guess after a couple of months you’ll see the residuals kick in, but it seems to me like you’d need to build some back links pretty regularly or they’d go stagnant among the thousands of posts there.

  5. Hi Amanda, I found your blog from the comments at Tiffany Dow’s blog. Thanks for being real!! I read about Bubblews on PotPieGirl’s blog but hadn’t tried it out yet, now it’s on my list to do. I just started a new Squidoo profile (my other one is tied to my piano niche) to really start writing some content and getting some other streams of income going, and I’m doing Tiff’s content challenge too. I’d never heard of Zujava either… one more thing to add to the list! Wish I had more time (I’m a SAHM of a preschooler)!

    I’m also trying to find time to get my own IM blog going… so many fun things to do on my list, so few hours in the day. ­čÖé

    • Bubblews is different. Don’t expect to earn a lot but its fun while you earn. Zujava is a nice site but it’s still growing. I have quite a few blog post about it on here.

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