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Easy Work at Home Writing Opportunity

Just an important update here:
Bubblews was a legit site that had paid me a few times, but they are no longer here.  They did close down for whatever their reason was, tho I am guessing it was hard to keep up with scamsters and the way the advertising was working.  Sorry but they are no longer a place to write.

Looking for a new and great work at home opportunity? Yes this is completely free to join, no upgrades at all.  It is a writing opportunity, but not like the freelance sites that you write specific articles for a client.  This is a work at home writing opportunity that is quite easy and the articles are your choice.

The name of the site is Bubblews and it is a fun site to work on! It is a bit different from the rest as it pays you for any pageview, comment or like your content gets.  You write a minimum of 400 characters in a post and you get 1 penny for every unique view, comment or like that it gets.  I know you are think 1 penny isn't a lot, but other sites don't pay this well for the pageviews.  If your article gets 2000 views, then it is $20.  Not bad at all!

There are rules to follow and they are very strict about these rules.  If you violate them, you will not get paid. It is easy to follow tho and the rules just help to keep it a legit and great site.  I joined Bubblews a few days ago and have been working on it today and yesterday.  It is a little bit addicting really!

You can connect with other users and read their content.  Don't ask them to connect back and don't ask anybody to like your post.  Likes, comments and connections must be on the readers own will.  But you will find people connect with you and will read your content once you start reading other people's content.  It is a friendly community of people!

Some of the basic rules are:

No more then 10 articles in a 24 hour period
No liking your own articles or abusing the like system
Content should be your own content 
Must be at least 400 characters 
No affiliate or marketing links in your posts, but citing a resource for some info is ok
No asking for people to connect or like your post and no groups where you exchange likes or connections 

Those are the basic rules that I have taken note of so far.  It really is easy to follow the rules on Bubblews and to have a good time.  There are good and bad reviews of the site, but I have found that many of the bad reviews were from somebody who didn't follow the rules so it is not the site to blame.

Payout minimum is $25 and there are a couple methods to be paid.  You can request payment through Paypal or check, but I am not sure of all the methods.  You can write about many things and you can watch your earnings grow here.  Have some fun and try this excellent work at home opportunity! Join Bubblews free today.


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