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