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How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #19

Sat Oct 07, 2017 19:59 in General Talk

Well in a nutshell, most people don't have the time to sit in front of a computer
all day attempting surveys to make a buck or so. AND when it was a PTC, it still
wasn't very advantageous any where for most people because most people only
say partial cents and found it laughable.

I don't recall if I was already a member of WordLinx (it was the first PTC) but IF
I was, I didn't give much attention to it at it's start up.

When StormPay listed a PTC in their payment processor, I thought it was the
weirdest thing. I did eventually understand what was going on with it and why
it even existed in there in the first place. It made a LOT of CENTS after I gave
it some thought. Users had money coming into the payment processor and
instead of transferring to a bank, they could use it on advertising....all in the
same breath.

StormPay had too many problems any way. Tennessee laws and such. Then
it was a time when people were actively launching all kinds of get quick money
programs.

The average intelligent human wants a real business opportunity that has a
real tangible product and can be worked for one or two hours a day.

I can say I always found the PTC end, kind of weird. I don't want to sound
mean or hateful but there are many countries listed in PTC programs in which
people are/were from very poor countries and/or very poor environments. I
am not leaving out people in the USA because there are plenty in the USA that
can't afford to spend money online for anything, let alone a risky biz op.

That's why the upgrade option was so very beneficial here for a long time.
People that really had something to sell, could choose people that spent
money. Otherwise, you could advertise something that was free and not
target it to anyone. Having a lot of eyeballs on your advert that you paid
for and you know they are not going to buy anything, is rather lame.

At this moment, the only thing ClixSense has going for it is it's longevity.
That says a whole lot. However, they are no longer unique in what they
offer as is. There are many GPT programs out there and even a few that
have existed longer than ClixSense. They've also turned cold and some
what rude in their replies as many have stated all the automated replies
to their support tickets. I have also noted that few moderators are around
lately. In addition, few are on the forum. At least when I was moderator,
I would take the time out to post subjects and provoke activity.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #13

Sat Oct 07, 2017 13:02 in General Talk

Even so, as I look at it and think about it, yeah I would say 'workers'.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #12

Sat Oct 07, 2017 13:01 in General Talk

It was off the top of my head, Danny.

New clixsense. » Post #42

Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:53 in General Talk

I believe a huge problem online as very often offline, is communication.

I am not so sure CroqueMitaine, meant it the way you took it Susy_A.
Maybe, maybe not.

But certainly, most people involved in money making sites/programs IS
to make money for themselves and family.

Now I must tell you many moons ago long long long before the internet
and all three of my children were toddlers, how great it would have been
to had ClixSense. Every Friday, my husband and I sat down at our very
small kitchen table and decided what we would pay that week while looking
at the earnings for that week. If we had only had just a few extra dollars
weekly, would have made a huge difference for our family.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #9

Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:44 in General Talk

By the way, your secret page needs to be your own website or blog
that TRAINS your workers. Make sure it is in step by step, number
or bullet format.

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #8

Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:42 in General Talk

5 sentences or less....you so tough...I will try......

Secret page relays information to earning thousands of dollars per year online.
Very easy, simple system that everyone living in the USA can do.
Bonus dollars for activity.
Serious workers only.
Contact me for my Secret page ____@____

New clixsense. » Post #40

Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:34 in General Talk

I would say you would want to do, what you want to do. That is it in a nutshell.

If you enjoy it here, that doesn't mean you have to give it up.

The internet is full of earning opportunities.

Many people do more than one earning opportunity. As they
say, best not to put all the eggs in the same basket.

Your creature needs a diaper. :mrgreen:

How To Keep Referrals Active?? » Post #5

Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:26 in General Talk

The best way today, I would say is to 'qualify' them.

How much money do you get per day? » Post #2

Sat Oct 07, 2017 07:39 in General Talk

I am not sure what exactly you are wanting to know.

There are thousands of members here. Some are very active.
Some are not active at all. Some are active some of the time.

In other words, how much you make is based on you, what
you do, how much you do, and what is available for you to do.

A person might take a survey that is only 5 minutes long and
worth $5. So in five minutes they made 5 bucks. That same
person may take a survey that lasts twenty minutes and is
paid $0.53 cents.

It all varies.

about payments » Post #8

Sat Oct 07, 2017 06:16 in General Talk

Payments go into Pending once the member cash's out.

Payments stay in Pending and earnings can continue to
be added to the cash out until the payment goes into Processing.

Processing does not mean the check is sent. Processing means
the cash out information is now downloaded and being prepared for the check.
During Processing, no more earnings can be added.

I really don't know why there are more posts in this topic since I had answered
fully his question.

Yeahhh......tasman1 » Post #2

Fri Oct 06, 2017 19:46 in General Talk

I dunno but if you figure it out, let me know. :shock:

about payments » Post #2

Fri Oct 06, 2017 09:19 in General Talk

There is not an exact date for processing a check. If you think about it, you would
know that is an impossibility. A few examples:

USA Postal Mail - Does not run on Sundays and it does not run on holidays

Death and Sickness - Death or severe sickness in the CS family

Internet - Actually not a whole lot different than offline in regards to the
sources utilized for processing checks and they all have their own agendas.

You can obviously cash out for a check, any time you want to. You can cash
out on the first of the month, the second, the tenth, the last of the month,
any day at any time of the month you want.

However, to ENSURE that you receive a check within the month designated,
it is a good idea to request it BY the 5th of the month. This ensures you will
receive the check before the end of said month. In the mean time, you can
continue adding earnings to your pending cash out until that pending cash
out goes into processing. Once it changes from pending to processing, you
can't add any more earnings to that check.

Checks are usually processed on or about the 10th of the month. Here again,
it is impossible to say that checks will be processed on the 10th if there is no
mail running on the tenth or some other reason.

Checks are usually received in the third or fourth week of the month.

PS. For questions about payments, there is a PAYMENT PROCESSOR SUPPORT sub forum

A very dry time here in Sydney » Post #11

Thu Oct 05, 2017 22:16 in General Talk

I've been doing some planting the past few days, shrubs and pansies.

The grass is green and the leaves are beginning to fall but the ground
is very very dry. As I dug the holes for the plants, it was like sand.

The rain is to start here, Saturday afternoon, I think it said. We do
sure need it.

A very dry time here in Sydney » Post #5

Thu Oct 05, 2017 05:26 in General Talk

I would say lack of water is a big problem in some areas of the world
and may even become a bigger issue over time.

It has only been in recent years that water moved to number one as
the largest commodity in the world. It was coffee.

That's interesting about the dams.

I learn something new every day. :D

A very dry time here in Sydney » Post #2

Wed Oct 04, 2017 23:08 in General Talk

Kind of funny with all the water in the ocean how some areas of the world can
be so dry.

It's not that bad here. The weather has been beautiful for the past couple of
weeks but we have not had rain during that time so it has been getting a bit
dry. However, we are expecting a good percentage of rain tomorrow and thru
the next several days.

I planted some shrubs and some pansies and where I planted the shrubs, I
have to fill gallon milk jugs of water, load them on the wagon behind the
lawn mower. Some of the pansies, I have been doing the same.

What do you have there for drinking water? Do you have well water? I guess
since you are in Sydney, you are on city water. Maybe you can fill a few jugs
now in case the start limiting.

I found this online who states they accept Payza » Post #7

Wed Oct 04, 2017 18:20 in General Talk

Will someone lock this topic?

What a shame » Post #20

Tue Oct 03, 2017 17:20 in General Talk

dsbe wrote: I remember hearing a story, I don't know if it is true, that in WW2 exit interviews showed that the US soldier kill rate was much lower than the government anticipated. Most soldiers just didn't have the heart to fire on another human being.

By the time Vietnam rolled around, the US redeveloped their training so that soldiers were no longer using round targets in practice but started using human shaped targets. This apparently was enough to desensitize soldiers to the point that the kill rate went way up per soldier versus the kill rate in WW2.

Take it for what it is worth

I don't know if it is true or not but certainly could be. Sounds logical.

I would imagine in most cases of kill or be killed, kill is going to win.

Reminds me of the old Lee Marvin movie 'Hell in the Pacific'.

Some times the choices we make, are not ours. As stupid as that
sounds, it is true.

What a shame » Post #18

Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:38 in General Talk

pahunt925 wrote: TV, movies, video games, guns, knives, and bombs don't kill people. People kill people.

Amen to that.

I still believe most people are good. Most people will run to help a neighbor in distress.

Almost immediately of the Las Vegas massacre, people are once more, hollering for gun
control. BUT it is like they don't even hear what they are saying. The 64 year old man
had rigged the guns. Does anyone of them stop to think that these days, people can
make guns? They can make bombs. He could have just as easily if not more easily,
tossed a couple of bombs into the crowd.

I agree we may need some stricter and I should say ENFORCED laws in regards to who
is purchasing them.

No matter what, people with good brains don't kill people. It is people with bad brains
that kill people and if they can't do it with a purchased gun, they will do it with a gun
they print out and if they can't do that, they will do it some other way and there are a
lot of ways.

All we can do in todays world is use more security, more precautions, and we all must
be very familiar with out surroundings every where we go.

Just Curious about Payza » Post #40

Mon Oct 02, 2017 19:37 in General Talk

Well I reckon one thing you could do is to try to spend the money you have in payza
by searching something like this:

Online Stores that accept PayZa (also try the words 'AlertPay')

Clixsense Affiliate Commissions ?? » Post #11

Mon Oct 02, 2017 19:35 in General Talk

fourmoney wrote: I joined for the PTC long time ago. I completed 1 task before the PTC was done away with, before it was talk about doing away with PTC. $0.08. (I think). I still log in everyday and read the forum but cannot make much sense of the task and offers. I have tried a few and after part way through them, I am not allowed to complete them "not qualified for this offer" or something to that effect. The instructions seems scary more-so than helpful. So does the payout method - I use to use Paypal. It may seem easy for some to grasp but not for me, for various reasons.

Did you read in the 'OFFERS' sub forum here about how to do surveys?
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