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Do you family and Friends know you "clixsense?"


#1 by thedorchannel » Sun Apr 27, 2014 10:45

do you tell people? I honestly stopped because my parents laughed at me saying that its not that much money and that I was crazy to be on this website all day. meh.
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#2 by ruthg » Sun Apr 27, 2014 11:32

My husband thought I was crazy until he saw the $$ for himself and we were able to go out to dinner for a change.

You won't get rich but for some (like me) it gives me some fun money. Money I don't have to pay bills with. I love it and now he doesn't complain.
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#3 by Deutriex » Sun Apr 27, 2014 14:36

Online opportunities won't replace your part-time or even your full-time job. I'm trying to prove me wrong every day that passes

I'm here since February 19, 2012 and I've just earned a little more than 52 bucks (I only do tasks if I got expelled from tasks in another PTC website) and I definitively I hardly ever take surveys, because none of them seems to be targeted to a 20-year old college student with no job.

In the beginning of time, my parents are hopeful and fearsome about applicable laws, but now they're disappointed and they try time to time to encourage to get a job (Yes, employability is a serious issue for me)

I have recommended ClixSense to an Indian and he was fairly active in the beginning, but stopped being active when tests in his college came and a PTC introduced CrowdFlower tasks and he felt disencouraged to continue using ClixSense... He was the last and only referral I had at ClixSense.

I still have a long term project to build a passive income thanks to the earnings with PTC/GPT websites. I have a bank account that is a mix of check and saving, and it's yielding me around $5-$6 per month, and every month I earn 0.55% of what I had in the previous month.
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#4 by nalah76 » Sun Apr 27, 2014 22:15

yes, i did but seemingly ignored it for some reasons...very small amount of money is coming your way..esp. when you can't do a task like i usually got this message "there are no task and offers available for you at this moment, pls try again later" i haven't cashout yet and since i join, it's been a year now. I've tried to do every task and offers coming in and recently, i have access to more of the task in CF and i finally reached the minimum payout. My husband laughed at me for this for he sees me working for many hours for this, time consuming and i was told to stop. My friend which is my only referral already stop working here. I was really planning to stop but i always give myself a try and i have fun working with task even if i only got a penny.

And at last i'm ready to cashout anytime.
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#5 by dukuntekno » Mon Apr 28, 2014 01:32

let people laugh, but today, we earn free cash :D

i laughed at myself when the money finally reach my hands from ATM machine (not just binary digits), then i pay my bills with it. ;)
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#6 by pupadhye66 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 10:47

I use this money to pay internet bill.
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#7 by valerie » Mon Apr 28, 2014 15:54

You can replace your offline job with an online job.
There are many ways to go about it.

My oldest daughter works online from her home. She went thru a one year online program.
She is now a manager over others that work online in the field. She is a medical transcriptionist.
This has allowed her to stay home and raise her children. She receives bonuses, vacation days,
health insurance, direct deposit of checks, etc etc etc.

There are many people that work selling on ebay that make huge amounts of profits. Selling on
eBay can be a lot of work, for sure. Many of the successful sellers are people that have strong
affiliate ties to the product owners and people that make the products they sell.

There are lots of mom and pop stores. It's average every day people that put up a nice but low
cost website and sell items they create. For example, crochet dog hats, home made jams, etc

IF you are really seeking to make a full time income online you will probably have more success
when you are in control, doing something you like to do.

There truly is a TON and I do mean a TON of things people can do to make money online....and
much of it cost very little to get's TIME MANAGEMENT and SELF MOTIVATION that are
strong keys.
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#8 by BouldRake » Mon Apr 28, 2014 20:21

Money online is easy. You're not going to get rich promoting somebody else's business. That's not to say Clixsense doesn't have it's place - it most certainly does - but that's not where you make your money.

I use Clixsense to pay for the domain, SSL, and hosting costs of my real business. That's what Clixsense is good for - it takes the pressure away, especially in the first few months when you're struggling to break even.

No, to make real money, you need your own business. Spend your hour a day clicking your fixed ads and doing your couple of surveys or tasks. Then stop.

Don't go to hundreds of other sites clicking links for 0.0001c. Instead, spend that time learning a bit of PHP.

This is where people fail. Don't tell me it's too hard for you, you're no developer, you can't do it. Think about it. when you say those things, what you're really saying is "Every sweaty, basement dwelling teenager with a website is smarter than me!" If you really think that, then, well, give up now. If you don't, then just learn PHP.

Six months time, you'll find you have the ability to write any web service you like - probably not from scratch, but there's plenty of open source stuff out there, so you don't need to write it from scratch.

If you've been keeping to your hour a day with a couple of surveys and daily ads at Clixsense, you've also got the money to bankroll the first few months.

Welcome to online self-employment. It really is that easy.
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#9 by Krish700 » Tue Apr 29, 2014 03:28

Any money is good money :D
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