Upgrading here can help. You get a minimum of 4 premium ads per day. See the Help Center
I would suggest you play the ClixGrid game as well. You have a chance to win $5.00 if you are lucky.
The Surveys are also good if you can qualify. I seldom qualify, but that is my fault. Give it a go and see.
I have not tried the Tasks. They frighten me a bit with the thought that if I am suspected of cheating or some such thing I could lose my ClixSense account.
In summary, the best way to gain in ClixSense is to recruit other to join under you. Use the Affiliate Program
to get banners and read other threads here to help you with ways to accomplish this. I suck at recruiting, so don't look to me.
Remember that you have to maintain your rented referrals. The $0.80 per day they generate will need to be set aside to renew them. I've posted my ideas and concepts on the Neobux forum. I'll try to repeat it here for you. Please understand that this is just my view.
The term "Rented Referral" is a bit misleading. What you are renting in a position. Think of it as an office space that comes with an employee. You pay rent on the space based on how long you rent for. The longer you rent the space for, the lower the cost of renting. Each space starts out at 20 cents for 30 days and comes with an employee.
YOU are the office Manager! It is your job to evaluate the employee(s) and maintain the rental of the space. If an employee is not performing, you replace it with another one for a cost of 7 cents. This is preferred to the cost of letting the space expire and having to pay 20 cents to get a new space with employee.
Here's the math:
Each rented referral costs 20 cents. Each commission-able click from that referral pays one half cent ($0.005). For the referral to make back the cost of rental will require 40 clicks from that referral.
Each referral is initially for 30 days. At that time you must renew the referral or loose the space. You can rent an additional 30 days for 19 cents or $1.12 for up to 240 days at a time. In other words, one 30 day extension for 19 cents each or eight 30 day extensions for 14 cents each. And you keep the employee as well. There are other rental options as well.
Now, what do you do with the employees that are not performing? You recycle them. Each recycle costs 7 cents (much cheaper than buying a new office space). That means the new employee must make 14 commission-able clicks at $0.005 each to pay for the cost of the recycle. Think of it as training the new employee.
Of course, the new employee might be a dud and never click. In that case, you wait, and sometime after 14 days of no clicks, the employee will be recycled for free by neobux. This is true of any employee that doesn't click for 14 days straight.
Break Even Point (BEP):
This is the point where your employee breaks even for you. In other words, the employee is making enough to pay its own way. This is not a profitable point. The table for this as a Standard member is;
For standard member with 1~250 rented referrals
the break even average renewing:
15 days = 1.467
30 days = 1.400
60 days = 1.333
90 days = 1.200
150 days = 1.107
240 days = 1.025
For standard member with 251~300 rented referrals
the break even average renewing:
15 days = 1.600
30 days = 1.467
60 days = 1.367
90 days = 1.267
150 days = 1.147
240 days = 1.075
Use care with this. You need to keep a record of performance. Anyone can have a bad time and not do well for a period. I use the app at "neobux-ref-tool.webs.com" to track the performance of my employees. Others use spreadsheets and whatever other means. Decide what works for you. Use the statistics of each employee to determine if you wish to keep that employee of recycle him/her/it. Over time, you will notice patterns from the employee. Many simply start well and then slowly drop to the unprofitable point and you will recycle them. Others will start slow and then rise or start fast and then operate in cycles.
My pet peeve are the ones that do not click for 10 to 13 days and the just before the automatic recycle kick in they will click once.
I wish you luck in neobux. I hope this is helpful to you. Remember that all of this is just my point of view and may not help you at all. I believe I have the math right, though.
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