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More than 100 million members » Post #25

Mon Aug 19, 2019 20:09 in General Talk

He did not read my sentence accurately when I stated the presidents of the USA
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
the way).

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
I do.

change email address » Post #13

Mon Aug 19, 2019 13:21 in General Talk

Yeah, I'd suggest cashing out another way until they get it fixed for you.
I'd also submit another support ticket.

Survey targets » Post #4

Mon Aug 19, 2019 13:17 in General Talk

All I can suggest to you is to target top tier countries for referrals whilst you
seek each day to make some money here.

DON'T look for referrals in South Africa.

If you're totally broke, go to TWO strong long running Traffic Exchanges.

As long as it is not against the TE rules, promote in the TE, the other TE.

This will build your credits in both TE as people join them. As long as those
people are active in the TE's.

Aa you build your credits in the exchanges, take your YSENSE ref url and
put it in the exchange with the following words (where allowed):

You can try that with some other traffic exchanges. Safelists still abound
and are free. Use junk email addresses for those. Make a really great
header/subject line for those that people cannot ignore. Something like

VIAGRA doesn't Pay but this......

Leave the subject line UNfinalized....and finish it within the body.

THINK THINK THINK.....what would you NOT ignore.

Just some ideas for you folks that are broke and not doing so well.

Skrill & Payoneer payment requests » Post #8

Mon Aug 19, 2019 13:05 in General Talk

Maybe this week.

More than 100 million members » Post #22

Mon Aug 19, 2019 13:05 in General Talk

I read your edit.

Wish He'd do that. :D

More than 100 million members » Post #19

Mon Aug 19, 2019 09:42 in General Talk

I won't speak for other countries but in the USA, they got your data from the time
you take your first breath until long after you take your last breath.

If you're going to work any where, offline or online, they got ya pegged.

It's almost 2020. Big Brother has been watching all of us, for a long long time.

So, do I care if someone knows the toilet tissue I prefer or the laundry soap
I prefer or my financial assets. I don't give a hoot. I ask God one day, 'God,
can I take my toilet paper, laundry soap, and financial assets with me to
heaven?' You know what He said.....He said 'Valerie, my dear child, you are
of weak mind. You can not take anything with you through the Gates but
your soul". I said 'alrightie then'.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #89

Mon Aug 19, 2019 07:45 in General Talk

The profile database is no big deal. It takes up little space and in fact,
there can easily be several databases on a server for the member profiles.
That really does not eat squat.

Welcome Aboard! Getting Started with ySense. » Post #481

Mon Aug 19, 2019 07:42 in Member Introduction

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.

There has never been a mobile version.

More than 100 million members » Post #15

Sun Aug 18, 2019 21:35 in General Talk


I get those from time to time stating I qualified and submit my info
but they don't always follow up.

You're always relating to the past. It is now, not the past. The past
is gone. Lots of things are gone, online and offline too.

In regards to 'ClixSense Legacy', I don't know what in the world that
is about. ClixSense is GONE. It's not like the president of the USA
leaving a legacy behind. It's a friggin GPT program that ran very well
from 2007 to half of 2019. Now it's gone and over. There is no
legacy left behind.

More than 100 million members » Post #12

Sun Aug 18, 2019 09:43 in General Talk

You should know Darkstar2 that everyone qualifies and not always based on exact
but on number. Some tests such as home testing or direct phone surveys, etc, are
usually very limited. So even tho you filled the form they requested, it not always
set in stone.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #83

Sat Aug 17, 2019 17:39 in General Talk

Eh, It wasn't the PTC part of it that PayPal decided to cancel.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #81

Sat Aug 17, 2019 13:17 in General Talk

He/She is referring to the 'sticky ads' Jim started. It seems they were actually
much less earnings and he didn't really make money off those cause they were
cheap. I told him the idea stunk. haha! More or less is what I said and I think
he discussed it with all mods at the time. Anyway, he did it and I guess it worked
for his intentions.

I don't know Jim, never met him in person, never spoke with him on the phone.
So my guess to why he sold the site, is exactly what he said and then some....

You some times reach a point in life when some things are more important to you
than other things. If you become financially secure and have responsibilities, you
may find reducing the plate will make your life longer and happier. Jim is married,
has children and grand children, has enjoyable offline business, I suppose in his
50's of age, and he didn't need to keep CS any more especially if offered a nice
sum for it. I'm not sure why there are a few focusing on why Jim sold because
it truly doesn't matter to anyone why he did but himself.

I knew some day CS would be gone. I would think everyone would know that.
Nothing lasts forever except Coke Cola and Pepsi. :lol:

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #77

Sat Aug 17, 2019 07:48 in General Talk

Jim never said he couldn't make money.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #76

Sat Aug 17, 2019 07:47 in General Talk

I'll stick my 2 cents worth in here. :mrgreen:

Affiliate marketing is all about the affiliate promoting the store. If the affiliate is
not promoting the store, the affiliate is not an affiliate, he is a customer.


Darkstar2 = customer (as in only works the site for direct earnings)
dsbe= affiliate (as in only promotes the site for indirect earnings)
Valerie= affiliate customer (as in promotes the site and works the site for direct and indirect earnings)

Is there anything wrong with any of those? No not at all.

From major corporations such as Pepsi on down to the local corner shoe store, it is
both the store and the affiliate that builds the store.

As I have always stated, there is no such thing as saturation unless you are referring
to a wet towel. People are born every day.....LOTS of them. People grow every day.
People lose their jobs every day. People become disabled every day. People become
a single parent every day. People spend money every day. People retire every day.

Every day, people are searching online for a way to make money. Many of these people
experience a life change simply by making $100 a month online. LIFE CHANGING.

The store must do it's job well. It must sell products at a fair competitive price and
it must sell what people want. If it can do that, word of mouth will spread and online
affiliate marketers help spread the word. IF a store does not do it's job well, the
opposite holds true also.

The market is certainly not saturated. If marketing became saturated, why is Pepse
advertising? Why does Macy's send emails every day?

dsbe is not being a smarty pants but IS in fact making my point. These online programs
you never know how long they will last or what they will do. No matter how great they
are, you don't have a crystal ball. No one likes to talk death but what if Jim had died
several years ago? Perhaps CS would have been gone quickly with 0 program sitting
here. As I stated earlier you ALWAYS lose when you promote someone else's program.
ALWAYS. You may profit, you may feel like you have won, but in reality, you could
have done better by promoting yourself and your own site.

If you only send people to someone else site, they are in someone else's database,
not yours. When the site goes POOF, you are back to scratch.

Don't misunderstand me. There is nothing wrong with advertising someone else site
it that is what you want to do. To each their own. I advertised CS but I primarily
used my own sites, my own databases, my own programs that cost me nothing to do so.
In addition I did use many free programs such as traffic exchanges and the like where
I always had free credits.

It's good to use some profits for advertising. Nothing wrong with that at all. My advice
has always been to make sure you pocket at least half of it. That way if things do go
south, you still profited well in the end.

I don't think GPT is over and I don't see it ending any time soon. Things may change.
There may be good days and bad days. It's always been that way and I think it will
continue to be that way for some time.

ysense domain was registered in 2012 - Explain » Post #12

Fri Aug 16, 2019 21:51 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Cool , learned a lot about this subject , I am now expert in this matter

Where I can sell all that data and how much can ask for it

ahahahahahahahahahaaaaaa :lol:

Your Surveys » Post #3

Fri Aug 16, 2019 16:42 in General Talk

Last I heard from them I was in a coma.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #69

Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:23 in General Talk

dsbe wrote:
scott2178 wrote:

question... what countrys where these refs from? tier1?

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

That's an excellent point.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #62

Thu Aug 15, 2019 18:38 in General Talk

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. :lol:

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.

No not at all. Probably because it is an old outdated ploy.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #58

Thu Aug 15, 2019 15:28 in General Talk

I wouldn't bother to click the banner if it said don't click me because I would
know that it was wanting clicked. :lol:

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #53

Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:34 in General Talk

In regards to CS, most my referrals came by way of my own downline club.
It grew to around 40,000 thru the 8 levels (which was really 7 levels)
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