Bubblews Review


As of November 15th 2015, Bubblews have decided to close their website without much of a warning. Here’s what they had to say:


After being up and running for almost 3 years now we regrettably need to inform you that we will be shutting Bubblews.com down. The climate for display advertising has drastically changed and made it impossible for us to sustain the business model and operations.

We want to thank everyone that was a part of this journey. We wish you all the very best.



Do you enjoy writing?  Would you like to get paid for sharing your knowledge, ideas, tips, how-to’s, solutions, recipes or business?  If you answered yes to any of these questions read on to learn what WFHW has discovered about a site called Bubblews.com.

What Is Bubblews?

Founded in December 2011 by CEO Arvind Dixit, Bubblews is revenue sharing community.  There is no cost to join.  Bubblews shares the ad revenue made from each post 50/50 with the author.

The site name comes from the words “Bubble” and “News”.  As a member you can share what’s on your mind and earn from each view, like/dislike, comment and social media share to your post.

Every post you write is viewable on your own personal profile.  This allows you to make a name for yourself by writing interesting content.  The more attention your content generates the more you can earn.  Your post can include links to your website or an affiliate program.

How Does Bubblews Work?

The posts are organized into categories.  The site has over 15 different categories to choose from including; politics, art, business, entertainment, gaming, food, fashion, science, sports just to name a few.

Posts must adhere to the following rules in order to be accepted:

  • Each post must be at least 400 characters.
  • Members are allowed to submit up to 10 posts a day.
  • Posts much be unique.  Plagiarism is not allowed.
  • Posts must not contain adult information or pornography.
  • Requesting or exchanging likes with other members is not allowed.
  • Using bots, traffic exchanges, proxies or vpn’s can lead to a ban.
  • All posts must be written in English.  No other language is accepted.

Who Can Join Bubblews?

Bubblews is open to anyone Worldwide who is 18 years of age and over.   Registration is free and takes a matter of minutes to complete.

How Much Can You Earn From Bubblews?

Despite not being an opportunity where you will earn a high and consistent income online, you will be paid for every view, like/dislike, comment and social media share on every post you contribute.  The payout per post will vary based on the amount of ad revenue Bubblews is making at that time.

Revenue is shared 50/50 which means you will make 50% of the total revenue generated from your post.  Average pay is about 1 cent for each view, like/dislike, comment or social share.

The minimum payout is $25.  You can request payment once you reach this amount or allow the money to accumulate.  You choose how your payment sent.  Options include Paypal, check (in the US Only) or Visa gift card.

Tips To Get The Most From Bubblews

These tips will help you earn more from your posts on Bubblews.

  1. Connect with others in the Bubblews community.  This will increase the chances of others following your posts.
  2. Share your posts on other network sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
  3. Share your posts on your website, blog and other blog directories.
  4. Ensure you posts are keyword optimized in order to rank well in the search results and generate organic traffic.

Is Bubblews A Scam?

I found a few complaints from members who indicated that they had not been paid for their posts on Bubblews.  Further investigation determined that these individuals had violated the terms of the site by unitizing either traffic exchanges, ‘like for like’ rings or posting plagiarized content.

If you’re looking to earn a few extra dollars then give Bubblews a try.  It will cost you nothing to join, and who knows, you may have a tip, idea or suggestion that ends up going viral.

If you’re a currently member of Bubblews or have shared content on the site in the past we would like to hear from you.  Post your comments below.

Terri – WFHW

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Betchay - December 22, 2013 Reply

Bubblews is a scam! They have selective payments. I had 6 missing payments ($160), deleted 4 of my most viewed, liked and commented posts without explanations at all. My posts were consistently featured in the front page and top news. I haven’t violated anything. I emailed several times but didn’t get a proper response from them. It’s not worth our time! They are definitely a joke!

    Terri - December 22, 2013 Reply

    Hi Betchay

    Sorry to hear about your situation with Bubblews. Let us know if you get some cooperation.

    All the best,

    WFHW Team

    Kristy - January 30, 2014 Reply

    I agree. They are a huge scam. I tried to redeem my first payment for exactly $25.01 (the cashout was $25 at the time) and after waiting a while I ended up having to e-mail them several times. I finally got a reply simply asking “what is your username?” which I thought was odd since I had including all my info in my other e-mails (as it turns out they send that e-mail to pretty much everyone that contacts them) but I sent it again anyway and they never responded.

    People say you don’t get paid because you break the rules but you can search on google and find TONS of people that they’ve ripped off. I find it hard to believe all these people are breaking the rules.

      Marcus - January 30, 2014 Reply

      Hi Kristy,

      Sorry to hear your situation with Bubblews. Sounds like a huge issue in the admin section, especially if they are (as ity seems) auto-replying to emails.

      Thanks for taking the time to let us know, this is valuable information for our visitors.

      Many thanks,

      Marcus – WFHW Founder

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