On the day I started writing for Bubblews, there are already 137 articles I published on their site. I started writing actively for the site on February 23, 2013. My Bubblews article pages has garnered 493 likes as of this writing. One dislikes, One Hundred Four comments and 6,969 total views. On Bubblews earnings are accumulated from views, likes, dislikes and comments. That means if a published article received many views - the earning increases in addition of likes, dislikes and comments.
|3rdRedemption||2nd Redemption||1st Redemption|
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|Date Redeemed||April 10, 2013||March 22, 2013||March 9, 2013|
Out of three redemption I made, the first and second redemption were already added to my PayPal balance. The third redemption is still on pending status as it takes at least three to five days - which is the normal waiting period to clear the issued echeck. Above are Bubblews payments recorded on my PayPal account including the number of posts, likes, dislikes, views, comments, earnings and the date I redeemed them. As you see on the above recorded data, the third redemption has the least number of posts I posted on Bubblews. Has the least number of likes and comments but it garnered more traffic and views and higher earnings compared to the first two redemptions.
From comparing the three redemption - one might ask me: What strategy I applied to attract traffic and views to my Bubblews pages? Honestly, I did not use any other new strategy. I applied the same what I normally used when I marketed my published columns outside ExpertsColumn. On EC, I loved to use the different marketing tools available on this site like Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and other social networks and bookmarking sites allowed on this site. On Bubblews,there are only three officially permitted social network tools to use to market articles across the Internet - they are Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. And I have no choice but to maximize from using them.
On Facebook - there are seven ways I knew to share our published columns or articles to the site, to its users, to our Facebook friends, to our Facebook groups and to our Facebook fan pages. On Google+ there are also many ways to share our published columns or articles to our Google+ friends, Google+ circles, to our Google+ communities and other hang-outs. Likewise on Twitter - we can apply the use of #tags for the column or article that we would like to tweet.
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