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#1 by mutchy126 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 16:44

Could valerie or someone tell me how she made more than $3,000 in just about 5 years??

How are such earnings possible??
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#2 by oberder » Wed Jan 04, 2012 17:13

One word comes to mind when it's Valerie -- experience :thumbup:

See the helpful Posts in the Forums made by her, and one would understand ( *nod,nod* )
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#3 by valerie » Wed Jan 04, 2012 17:15

I'll explain in just a bit. I've got to get up and get supper ready. I think I am going to make french fries with CATsup.
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#4 by rheydickson » Wed Jan 04, 2012 18:58

I have seen in other PTC sites having $50,000++ (thats a wooping 2million++ in our country) earnings.. I asked him how did you get that much earnings, his answer "well I can't stop a person from clicking ads can't I?" :shock: And then I was :silent: ..

But if there will be an all-time highest earnings in clixsense history, Valerie will sure be in it..
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#5 by valerie » Wed Jan 04, 2012 19:26

Ok lets look at what I have earned so far today and the day is not over :
Commissions today $7.5844

By the way, I am sure I am not the biggest earner in ClixSense.
Another point you made, you don't see me on the top sponsor list, do you? Nope ya don't.
In fact, some of those top sponsors may not be earning as much as I am whereas others may be earning more.

Now I'll go grab my direct stats....

Referrals active 96 total 1,100 premium 32

As you can see from the above, I have 96 active members and I have sponsored a total of 1,100 members with 32 actives being premium.

I'll show you something else before I get to the nitty gritty...



Take a strong look at the stats image above.
Where is the most earnings?

If you said level one, you are correct. Look again at my first level direct referrals and my upgraded direct referrals and think about the fact I have sponsored over the course of almost 5 years, 1,100 members.

There are a couple of big sponsors in my organization of 8 levels. One member I sponsored has sponsored over 4,000 members but of course they are not all active.

I keep telling everyone, you DON'T look at INACTIVES. If you focus on in members you sponsor that become inactive, you'll go nuts. The money is NOT in inactives so why bother to even think about it let alone waste your time dwelling on it? You ask what I do so I am telling you, I don't give a hoot about inactives. If they don't want to make money, that is their option. If they don't have the time, that is their choice. If they can't see the forest for the trees, that is their problem. I keep on keeping on and THAT is the KEY.

Sure, I've gotten busy doing other things over the years. I do have a life. I also have my own programs at times that I have to focus on.

The referrals are going to yoyo. It's a constant weed out process. The good part about that is, you don't have to weed them out, they do a good job of that themselves.

I've never looked at ClixSense as a way to make a living. I've never said, I am going to make $10,000 with ClixSense.
I might set small goals for myself here in ClixSense from time to time and setting small goals is good.

Some times people will sign up and never click the first ad. Who knows why they signed up? I don't know. Maybe
they checked it out and decided a cent was not good enough for them. Some times people sign up and will be active
for months, maybe even upgrade, maybe be active for years....and then the next thing you know, they are no longer
active. People's lives change. People do other things. Maybe they get a better paying job. Maybe they pass away.
Maybe they get married, have children, spend their time else where. But you can't look at that. That is not the
way to be successful.

Some times I look at my stats and think, hey, the directs are getting a little low, guess I'll go out there and
place some ads and when I do place ads, I almost always gain referrals.

Some of my direct referrals have in fact been active for 5 years. Some of my direct upgraded members have
been active for almost 5 years. There will be those that continue forward for years, just like some of mine have.
The majority, probably won't. And that is why you have to keep on keeping on.

There is no such thing as build it and forget it. Nope. That is a line of bs. Take a strong look again at my image
stats....again, where is the most money and where is the least referrals? It's level 1 isn't it? YES it is my OWN
EFFORTS. Let's just say that I did not do anything over the course of 5 years after referring some members...
how much money would I have made? And what if I did not click ads daily? My guess is, I'd made a whole lot
less.....perhaps thousands less. Because when YOU sponsor people, some of them are going to sponsor people.
And even if that one you sponsored becomes inactive, the ones they sponsored may stay active.

In my book, $4,000 over the course of 5 years, is not a lot of money. However, where I sit, that is a mighty
high interest rate earned on $10 or $15 or even $17 per year. I always do the math. And I always look at
a 90 percent drop rate. Then I figure what the program earnings possibilities are within sound judgement
of what can truly be achieved. Then I go for it or I don't. Mostly I don't because most the programs out
there are full of bologna on their math and what a person can truly achieve.

Read my tips I posted. Place ads whenever you can and utilize free sources as much as you can too.
After all, ClixSense is free and it is the free people too that are going to help you earn when you directly
refer them even if they never upgrade. Click every ad you see in ClixSense because it does add up.
Don't focus on inactives. Relay your earnings to others whenever possible no matter how small. Let
people know how it works. Use eye grabbing subject lines. Keep a signature line in all your email accounts.
Join a social network or two and really try to make friends. Post free classified ads, join webrings, use
a traffic exchange or two, use meager earnings in other programs that you can transfer to advertising.
Create a blog and keep it active.

There is an unlimited amount of resources out there. It's never ending actually. You can't do everything
at once but you can start doing something and take it forward from there. As time moves forward, you'll
be glad you did. If I had not done anything, I'd be an inactive and I'd be less $4,000.
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#6 by valerie » Wed Jan 04, 2012 20:15

And if you look at the very first part of my post up there, you will see I posted my earnings for the day thus far...since typing that, my earnings for the day are now : Commissions today $8.6456
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#7 by rheydickson » Wed Jan 04, 2012 20:33

Wow.. That is way hhhhhhuuuuugggggeeee downline you got there..

Thank for sharing, now I'm all fired up..!

But I don't understand is your 2nd level referrals, why is it $205, isn't it you can just get $1 out of your level 2-8 so it should be $45.. Does that mean you have 205 premium referrals on level 2 and they have not renewed after a year or two?
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#8 by valerie » Wed Jan 04, 2012 20:38

I don't remember exactly what the pay was years ago.

Just like five years from now, we won't remember that the increase went from $0.25 to $0.50. :lol:

You can't just look at it and say well it should be this much or that much because over time, payments
and amounts have changed. A person on my second level might have joined 5 years ago, upgraded, and
canceled out the next year. What you are seeing there is 'active referrals' and the amount of earnings I
have made from the start 5 years ago. You're not seeing who has upgraded over the years or who has
canceled out, etc.

ACTIVE is what you are seeing in the image.

Reality is, my organization is much much much larger than that if you were to count inactives.
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#9 by rheydickson » Wed Jan 04, 2012 20:48

I really can't believe what I'm seeing,.. :shock: Many thanks for sharing your stats., I was down on my knees after seeing that screenshot.. Now I'm inspired.. :$ .. I love :clixsense: ..
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#10 by Piddles » Wed Jan 04, 2012 21:56

valerie does a great job in explaining it all. don't think I could add much to all what she posted..LOL great job Val in all you do with answering others post and questions!! :thumbup:

So far I have earned
payouts $2,151.35
Commissions $2,051.2760
;)

I too have massive inactive refs..
It does take effort to go out there and put ads out and get our refs, but its worth it in the long run (if they stay active).. Its an on going process that never has an ending when putting ads out there as I see it.. Its all up to you to take the time to get those refs..
;)
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#11 by himura323 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 23:55

almost 5 of my 13 are inactive...
i do placing ads...
and stil receiving more

my daily clicks are 0,1$ so far away from valerie!
:)

nice post.....
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#12 by valerie » Thu Jan 05, 2012 00:11

tasjon knows. Another long timer. :P

There will always be inactives. Always.

There is one thing that I have never been able to pin point in all my years working online.
I can guess, but I can't really pin point it down to a specific.

That one thing is.....why is it that people come online and want to make money, give up
so very quickly....why is it they will get up at 5am, shower, get ready for work, get in a
cold car, drive perhaps 30 or more miles to work, punch a time clock, leave 8 hours later,
get back in a cold car, drive back home, and then wish they could make some extra money...
wish they had a different life...wish wish wish...but then they get online, join everything
under the sun and give up before they even get started?

Well, like I said, I have it some what figured out and it is a bad thing in one big way.

People have a very difficult time being their own boss. They want to be told exactly what
to do, when to do, and where to do it. I see this at every turn online.

The bad part about that is, not everyone is going to be your boss online. Another very
bad part is, there is a lot of bad boss's out there.

Instead, what people need to do is be their own boss online. They need to be in control,
not have anything or anyone else online control them. They need to do their research
for themselves and read. Any questions they have, they need to ask and get answers.

When you go start a new job, usually you have a training period. You are shown the
building, the rooms in the building, where you will be working, what job you will be doing.
Often you may even have some new employee classes to attend. You may have several
weeks of training or more. In fact, many places will not allow you to go on their insurance
plans, vacation plans, various benefits, until you have worked there for 3 months or more.

Take that same person, put him online to make money, and he expects to sign up and
place an ad or two, and see the money roll in. It truly does not work that way, if you
want to make money and long term residuals, it is work, and you have to keep on
promoting, keep on referring, focus on those that do and not those that don't. It will
pay off for you and it's a whole lot better and easier, than getting in that cold car.
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#13 by sp1915 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:20

I have many inactives as well.. out of 225 direct referrals, only 70 are active.
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#14 by CodeNameX » Fri Jan 06, 2012 05:52

Very inspiring i wish i have all of them
I am also trying to increase my earning to 10$ daily but i have touuched maximum 5.27$ on Feb 3 :D
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#15 by Sharath412 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 05:57

:) Thanks for sharing
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#16 by Maliky » Sat Jan 07, 2012 00:44

valerie wrote: I'll explain in just a bit. I've got to get up and get supper ready. I think I am going to make french fries with CATsup.

Oh Valerie, how could you use cats to make soup?
:roll:
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#17 by Maliky » Sat Jan 07, 2012 01:19

Thank you for your posts on this topic Valerie. This is exactly the sort of information that will help to sort the sheep from the goats, i.e. some will read it and take inspiration to move on and keep on keeping on, whilst others will read it and convince themselves that it is obviously a lot of hard work and therefore not worth the effort.

Which leads me to another comment, I believe that a large proportion of those who are on the internet looking for ways to make some extra money are foolishly concentrating on finding a way to get money for nothing (and possibly chicks for free :lol:), and are probably too lazy to even go out to buy a lottery ticket. It seems that in life there are not a lot of people who truly accept the principle of "the harder I work, the luckier I get".

On a more pragmatic level, it is also a reflection of the nature of both individuals and society. In a free market society approximately 15% of the population controls approximately 85% of the wealth. I have actually seen this principle proven on a small scale level in a simulation involving attendees at a conference many years ago. Participants were given several different coloured tokens and a set of "rules" to work by for a set period of time. To cut to the chase, at the end of several periods of interaction during which the "rules" were varied, everyone filled in a sheet listing how many tokens of each colour they had, the results collated and then we were told the real point of the activity. Guess what, a small proportion of participants held the great majority of the "value" of all tokens handed out at the beginning.

On a much smaller scale investigation (i.e. me, myself and I), there is a proportion of people who start off with the scatter-gun approach and just lose track of programmes / websites that they have joined to make a little bit extra. I have no idea how many different sites have people who are stuck with me as an inactive referral!
:roll: :lol:
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#18 by valerie » Sat Jan 07, 2012 02:20

Well, I was Traveling in a fried-out zombie, On a hippie trail, head full of zombie, I met a strange man, he made me
nervous. He took me in and gave me breakfast and he said, "Do you come from a land down under? Where women glow and men plunder? Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover."

You can imagine how shocked I was. By that time tho, I was getting mighty hungry so I was...

Buying bread from a man in Brussels, he was six foot four and full of muscle. I said, "Do you speak-a my language?"
He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich and then he said...

"I come from a land down under, where beer does flow and men chunder. Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover."

Now I must tell you folks something, I was by this time very frightened. Plus, I have never ate a vegemite sandwich.

By this time I figured I better get things straight so while dining in a den in Bombay, with a slack jaw by the way, and nothing much to say, I said to the man....'are you trying to tempt me because I don't come from the land of plenty?...
I come from the internet at ClixSense, where members earn more than a sixpence. If you want to make money,
better join with me honey, forget the vegemite sandwich, you can eat while viewing the website."

He said 'I've joined so much stuff, I am an inactive buff. Take my hand honey, show me the money. I won't be
inactive no more, cause I'm tired of being poor".

And that's my story.
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#19 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Jan 07, 2012 02:25

valerie wrote: so while dining in a den in Bombay,

Funny story Valerie :lol:
And by the way, Bombay is now known as Mumbai ;)
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#20 by rheydickson » Sat Jan 07, 2012 04:01

Very funny.. Their conversations are rhymed.. Show me thy money, honey.. :$ :$ :$
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