Find Your Old Bubblews Posts

By Beth
@betsuz (58)
United States
November 19, 2015 9:07am CST
I found a way to get your old Bubblews posts. You may find some of them or all of them this way. Thanks to my new friend here @MarshaMusselman she made a post here at mylot about this subject. I tried it but I didn't have much luck finding the actual posts that way. It still works but you have to do a little more hunting around. Ok, so here is how I did it. I went to Google and typed my old username that I used at Bubblews and then wrote bubblews after my username like my new friend suggested. I put the ' between my username and Bubblews. It looks like this... 'username bubblews' When you get the result on Google look for one of your articles and try to click the down arrow and click cashed. Some will not have this and some will. Keep trying until you find one that works. Once you find one that works and you see one of your articles, then scroll down a bit. Now you should see a list of your posts. Don't click on the posts because you won't get your article yet. Now go back to Google and type your old article title with your username. like this... name of my article username. Once you do that you can just click it and voila your article is there. It may not work with every one of them but hey, it's worth a try. Good luck. Let me know if it worked for you. :) Oh! Oh! And one more thing I discovered! This is exciting. I only found a few of my old posts so I was a little bit disappointed and then I thought. How about if I try scrolling down on each one I find and guess what? I found more! Try it! I bet you will find your old posts or most of them. Again, Good luck! Let me know if you have questions.
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12 responses
@hereandthere (32762)
• Philippines
19 Nov 15
i think some bubblers don't even remember the titles of their bubblews posts. have you also tried typing your bubblews name followed by site:bubblews.com?
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• Midland, Michigan
19 Nov 15
@LadyDuck has suggested that to me many times, but I've not tried it that way just yet.
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• Midland, Michigan
19 Nov 15
Even without the titles, most know the topics they've written about which should be enough to get them started.
• Midland, Michigan
20 Nov 15
@hereandthere I'll be sure to check that out also, m'dear.
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@esfes025 (435)
• Elkhart, Indiana
20 Nov 15
I saw that post but I think I used your directions. It seemed to work.
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@Jackalyn (6840)
• Oxford, England
20 Nov 15
I have also discovered that my laptop itself was caching the pages. I have html links that open. I found this out by searching the names of posts I had written on my laptop. I use Ubuntu and that has a search console, but I am sure Windows has one too. I think the same thing happened on my phone, but I had to do a master reset.
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23 Nov 15
i've been retrieving mine all week. i've recovered about 700 so far. tedious. but yeah, i'm sad when they aren't cached. :-(
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@betsuz (58)
• United States
23 Nov 15
@jillybean1222 Wow! That is a lot of articles to retrieve! I hope you get more. I think I had about 30. LOL! I was able to recover most of them. A few weren't cashed. Oh well. :)
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23 Nov 15
@betsuz i wrote on there every day for awhile! sometimes five posts a day (if i was feeling especially chatty) ha ha
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@DWDavis (14120)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
19 Nov 15
Another friend suggested this to me and I was able to retrieve some of my old posts. Most I looked at were about what was going on that day so I just left them.
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• Midland, Michigan
19 Nov 15
I have many like that, but the ones I've done regarding the weather I may want as a way to see the difference in the years to come. Course, I didn't write about the weather on a daily basis, but... I have so many posts there, that's there's no way I'd want to save them all. I also have some food posts, which I've heard can't be used here or at least not the recipes, but I may want them for myself for the future too.
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@DWDavis (14120)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
19 Nov 15
@MarshaMusselman The shear number of posts I had on the B will probably keep me from being able to search them all out. But I know I got the important ones off already when things over there started to get hinky.
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@divalounger (2250)
• United States
20 Nov 15
Thank you! Got two of them!!
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@betsuz (58)
• United States
20 Nov 15
Awesome!! So glad :)
@HazySue (23039)
• United States
20 Nov 15
@betsuz I am absolutely going to try this. Thank you so much for the information. I'm on my way to try.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
20 Nov 15
Thank you so much...I can see almost my post in bubblews. I think this way will useful for people who want to get their post on bubblews. it is great. You are very helpful us...
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• Brookville, Pennsylvania
20 Nov 15
I copied some of my posts months ago, but never got around to the majority of them. On one hand I would like to get all my old posts, but on the other I don't feel like doing all that work.
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@Mkds312 (45)
• Canada
19 Nov 15
It didn't work for me. :(
• Canada
20 Nov 15
@betsuz Thanks I am going to try again, but if I don't find any it's no biggie to me, cause I will probably end up repeating myself anyway lol.
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@scheng1 (24742)
• Singapore
27 Nov 15
I have written more than 3000 posts in Bubblews over the course of a year or more. Fortunately I have the posts saved in my computer. I will have to delete those posts about redemption, and hot news, and I will do a plagiarism check before I publish online.
• Midland, Michigan
19 Nov 15
Thanks for the mention, it works differently in the post than it does in the comment/response area. I've only begun looking in the manner I describe. I know there are many ways to find them and I'll be trying out what you found later on too.