leave legacies, not a PTC/GPT.
Yes, some people such as yourself can't get over it. They hash and rehash until
they burn themselves out like a candle in the wind. (An Elton John favorite, by
I tried to point out to you that ClixSense was sold, gone, cooooputtters! AND
that obviously something transpired or perhaps I should say, not transpired.
You see, when someone buys something, they buy it usually as is. Just because
ClixSense was sold, does not mean any changes or anything at all different other
than perhaps the name change.
BUT we all can see that a lot has changed. Much was gone, some still gone, lots
Now I pray to ask you, why is that?
Even server changes would not go through all this.
Well my guess is there is a lot of code changes and perhaps that has to do
with the way they do things on their other programs they own. Perhaps they
are going to do a make over to the point it won't be sooooo CSeeeeee.
I don't know and when it gets right down to it, I DON'T CARE. I don't care
because it is not my business, I am NOT a paid employee, and I have better
things to do with my life than speculate on someone else business. I certainly
beyond.a shadow of a doubt, will NOT tell a MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR company
what they should and should not do. They certainly have more 'sense' than
damkarikam wrote: Hello everyone,
I am on clixsense for last 2 year.Now this site has changed to
ysense.I appreciate your efforts to make this one as
useful as the previous one.What i find in this newer version is far less number of
survey opportunities and there is no Log out button in
the mobile version of your site.Pl add log out button.
All countries. That didn't matter as much because much of the income was PTC and there were always plenty of ads on the CS boards.
I actually preferred to get referrals from developing countries because I knew that income meant so much more to them. Also, developing country clickers tended to stick longer because they needed that income
and yes, before anyone asks, only a small percentage were active but that is the nature of the industry. There are your workers and those that don't want to do anything. There are also your investors like me who are more than willing to spend money to bring in affiliates. These are the people most harmed by the changes at CS as if these people did nothing or did not earn their share of the income from the business. But the promoters are what made this company big
zegon wrote:valerie wrote: I wouldn't bother to click the banner if it said don't click me because I would
know that it was wanting clicked.
Wouldn't you be a little curious then ?
And possibly regret it a little later , if you didn't click on that banner.
Think about it latter and wonder what was behind the banner.