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Is Clixsense a U.S.A. based company?

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#1 by mappo710 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 13:45

I was just wondering if "Clixsense" was a company based in the U.S.A ? I ask this because I see that most posts and replies are done by members from foreign companies . Seems a little odd that posts are rarely made from U.S members .
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#2 by tasman1 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 13:51

It is from U.S.A. but not just for for U.S.A. members
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#3 by realpizza » Sun Dec 11, 2016 13:53

Yes, it is US-based.
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#4 by Charez » Sun Dec 11, 2016 13:54

Yes it's a company based in the U.S.A. But americans are not in majority here, it explains why most forum members are from others countries
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#5 by BouldRake » Sun Dec 11, 2016 14:23

"Internet" is a portmanteau of "international" and "network".
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#6 by Marcel-R6 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 14:58

Odd?


What I find to be odd as you call it,does it really matter where they are based?
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#7 by realpizza » Sun Dec 11, 2016 16:11

BouldRake wrote: "Internet" is a portmanteau of "international" and "network".

Not necessarily. "inter-" is a common prefix simply meaning "between", "among", and so on.

Sources (e.g. here and here, and here) says that "internet" is likely a shortened form of "inter-network" or "interconnected network".
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#8 by pindokhan123 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 16:12

as long as you got a finger,a hoof or paw to click with,you can become a member here,whether you live in the U.S.A,
France,planet X or in a deep black tunnel with internet connection ,you are accepted.

its good to have people from around the world here,amusing when i read their posts,some funny english haha,,no offense my friends,no one is perfect but adds to the glory of this beautiful site :D
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#9 by valerie » Sun Dec 11, 2016 16:34

Believe me, there are lots and lots of USA members in ClixSense.

ClixSense has millions of members and they are spread out in most countries across the globe.

The ClixSense forum is here primarily to help members. A lot of what you see in these forums
is members that are new members seeking information on how this works, how they make money
here. In addition, there are members that post that do not read English well if at all.

If you are a USA member and you see this:

You can envision the shortcomings of the internet in a wildly sparse arena of
indifference and confusion due to systematic blankety blank blank blank.

YOU can read that because you are a USA member and can primarily read and understand English.
Now read this:

Yag go bodied dognap bakers soru si si ma cocodoooo da may can play pale

As a USA member, you can read the first passage and understand it. In regards to the second
passage, you can read some of the words but you have little idea what it means.

That is ONE reason why you may see more posts by those in other countries.

Another reason is because the third world countries that may pay low wages and these people are in dire
need of funds and WILL WORK and use the money for needs more so than wants.

Another reason is because some countries are large and very populated such as India.
India has great programmers, by the way. They must have undoubtedly, great computer
skills and they seem to be a people with very good mathematical skills.

People in the USA tend to be more secretive about utilizing a free to earn program. They also
tend to be more leary of the internet and prefer people not know what they are doing to make
the extra money.
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#10 by Charez » Sun Dec 11, 2016 16:42

@Valérie !!!! Ringplus !!!!
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#11 by tasman1 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 17:03

Think she is on strong grass today, probably one that cointains one of this chemical

12Z,14E,24E)-(2S,16S,17S,18R,19R,20R,21S,22R,23S)-1, 2-dihydro-5,6,9,17,19-pentahydroxy-23-methoxy-2,4,12,16,18,20,22-heptamethyl-8-(4-methylpiperazin-1-yliminomethyl)-1, 11, 13-trienimino) naptho (2,1-b)- furan-21-yl acetate
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#12 by lucatony1234 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 18:09

Almost members from India I think ;)
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#13 by seaeagle » Sun Dec 11, 2016 18:59

I find that playing the ClixGrid is a great way of seeing the numerous countries that ClixSense members are clicking from. Every time someone wins a prize, you see where they live. I just looked at the latest winners: Taiwan, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago, Portugal, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Brazil & United States.

Lots currently from the Americas (because it is evening there), just one from Europe (because it is well past midnight & they're all in bed), and a couple from Asia (where it is late morning/early afternoon).
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#14 by stunner101 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 19:33

valerie wrote:
Another reason is because some countries are large and very populated such as India.
India has great programmers, by the way. They must have undoubtedly, great computer
skills and they seem to be a people with very good mathematical skills.
India by its sheer size will claim the majority no doubt...even the majority of RF/CF members are Indian....But since India is the largest English speaking nation in the world it suffices the fact that why in most of the ptcs there are large no.of Indians..To generate a decent side income all you need is the basic understanding of English.... 8-)
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#15 by stunner101 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 19:37

valerie wrote:
Another reason is because the third world countries that may pay low wages and these people are in dire
need of funds and WILL WORK and use the money for needs more so than wants.
Please remove it...It might be offensive to other members....
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#16 by valerie » Sun Dec 11, 2016 21:38

stunner101 wrote:
valerie wrote:
Another reason is because the third world countries that may pay low wages and these people are in dire
need of funds and WILL WORK and use the money for needs more so than wants.
Please remove it...It might be offensive to other members....

It's a compliment.
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#17 by kyerby » Sun Dec 11, 2016 21:44

The USA currency goes further in many countries then it does in the USA. In the USA $2 might get you a loaf of bread. In some other countries you can buy a lot more for $2.

Minimum wage in my state is set to rise to $15 an hour. That still puts a worker in the low income category. However in some other nations $15 a day would be a high wage.

This doesnt apply to all nations. The pound and euro for example are worth more then the dollar.
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#18 by valerie » Sun Dec 11, 2016 21:55

kyerby wrote: The USA currency goes further in many countries then it does in the USA. In the USA $2 might get you a loaf of bread. In some other countries you can buy a lot more for $2.

Minimum wage in my state is set to rise to $15 an hour. That still puts a worker in the low income category. However in some other nations $15 a day would be a high wage.

This doesnt apply to all nations. The pound and euro for example are worth more then the dollar.

It just depends on what apples you are comparing to the other apples.

The point is, there are a large number of USA members in ClixSense. You may not see them post as
often as other members but I would say I see about as many from one place as I do another.
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#19 by realpizza » Mon Dec 12, 2016 06:32

According to Alexa, less than 4% of the Clixsense visitors are from U.S. And India tops the ranking with 15.5% of visitors.
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#20 by msblahms » Mon Dec 12, 2016 08:10

india comprises around 18% world population so 15.5% is on the lower side whereas for usa its population percentage accounts for 4.4% so 4% visitors means more members from usa if you take population to member ratio into consideration
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