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Clixsense Money Survey » Post #8

Tue Nov 11, 2014 13:53 in General Talk

This topic makes no sense.

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Emoneyspace forum is dead » Post #5

Tue Nov 11, 2014 11:11 in General Talk

This is ClixSense and discussions about other programs and other forums, really isn't allowed here.
You can always do a google search to find out more information in regards to what you are wanting
to know.

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I am very depressed » Post #6

Tue Nov 11, 2014 11:07 in General Talk

cookin2 wrote: Validating someone's feelings is one of the best things that you can do for another person.

Depression is as real an illness as diabetes or cancer. Telling someone to "shake off" their cancer isn't logical; the same holds true for depression.

I know you were trying to help, Valerie, but I suggest (in the kindest possible manner) that you read some articles from respected sources about depression before you give out what could very well be harmful advice.

I have a bachelors degree in Rehabilitation and minor in psychology.

I wouldn't dare even begin to diagnose anyone online. No doubt 'sullybutt' has her own physicians.
My reply to her post, was more than appropriate.

I am very depressed » Post #3

Tue Nov 11, 2014 01:49 in General Talk

Everyone is not dead.

I'm here.

Holidays don't mean anything.

The true meaning is in what you celebrate every day. The sky, air, moon, stars, animals, nature, heavens, earth, God, and the wonder of it all.

Shake off your depression and celebrate your life every day.

about buying direct referral » Post #7

Mon Nov 10, 2014 21:28 in General Talk

I just want to add to this topic.

There was a time when I owned programs that sold 'Paid to Sign Up'.
My programs were 100% legitimate.

For example, I owned a PTR (paid to read) program. My PTR listed
various free to earn such as signing up to offers, clicking banners,
viewing ads, etc. It also offered Paid to Sign Up. The way mine
worked is not by me directly going out there and grabbing people
to sign up to programs.... :lol: Rather, it worked by way of members/
advertisers in my PTR that purchased an ad placement to pay my
members to sign up. There were some restraints on both partiers as
a norm:

-Myself/PTR- The member that signed up would submit their email
confirmation of their enrollment....such as a welcome email.

-Advertiser- The advertiser that listed their ad for paid to sign up,
usually had some sort of stipulation such as 'must be active for
30 days' or 'must not only sign up but must log in and complete
profile' or 'must email sponsor directly after enrollment', etc.

I am relaying this because often times people get the cold shoulder
when they really shouldn't. Paid to Sign Up is not always bad nor
is it always not legit.

It works both ways. The program such as my PTR was perfectly
legit. The person purchasing adverts for paid to sign up, was
perfectly legit. Often, the person signing up, was perfectly legit.
So where was the problem?

The problem was often with the 'follow up' and the 'completion
of instructions'. The person might sign up but not follow thru
with the instructions.

There are always those stupid people that will do anything for a
dime and sign up multiple times, using multiple IP's, and after
making a weenie two bit, they get busted and lose memberships,
internet service, etc.

Reality is, it takes a whole lot more work to cheat and a whole
lot more money to pay someone else to cheat, then it does to
simply be legitimate and do the work yourself.

about buying direct referral » Post #6

Mon Nov 10, 2014 21:15 in General Talk

laxlerobin wrote: Thank you for your information and advices.

But I want to say one thing. If I get banned here in this site because of this, then why clixsense broadcast their advertisement here in this site ?

Best regards.

Emre.

ClixSense does not advertise on paid to sign up web programs.

There are ClixSense members that advertise on paid to sign up web programs
and if they are caught (and many are in fact caught) purchasing sign ups, they
will be banned from ClixSense forever.

A top success history or what? » Post #2

Sun Nov 09, 2014 09:32 in General Talk

I'd first like to tell you that it is always a good idea to read and possibly try it out before paying for anything.

If you buy a pair of shoes without reading about them and/or without trying them on,
you may find they are not the style you wanted and they don't fit.

So why would you upgrade without reading the ClixSense information on the site,
viewing the FAQ, reading and viewing the earnings comparison charts, and about
all the various ways to earn?

You do get more guaranteed ads as a premium member than you do standard members.
However, that alone truly isn't saying a whole lot in regards to earnings difference. You
need to look at all the ways you can earn and experience those various ways.

Yes, when you have direct referrals that upgrade and/or complete activity, you earn a
percentage. However, you don't need direct referrals to earn money. You can earn money:

-Viewing ads through-out the day/night when ads are available
-Watching videos when available
-Completing offers
-Completing surveys
-Completing tasks
-Winning in the ClixGrid
-Earning the free daily checklist cash
-Earning percentage from direct referrals activity
-Earning percentage of direct referrals upgrade
-.....and more...

I strongly suggest you take the time to view your ClixSense website inside and out,
click on all the tabs and read the information. Otherwise, you simply cheat yourself
out of possible earnings.

PS. Please read the forum rules to learn how to post appropriately.

I feel ripped-off by clixgrid » Post #6

Sat Nov 08, 2014 09:06 in General Talk

Well heck fire, you won 50 times and 42 of them was cash!

Anyway, just because you do get free chances to play, does
not mean you have to play. I always try to play at least the
20 so I can earn from the free check list bonus and even if
I win extra chances, I don't always take advantage of it.

That's one of the greatest advantages of playing the grid...
earning free daily money from the daily check list bonus.

Your topic title is rather ridiculous, by the way. How can
someone feel ripped off from a free to win optional game!

I know some people are not crazy about winning 5 extra
chances but there are members that won cash due to
having the extra chances.

The real purpose of the grid is to gain advertisers. It
seems there are members that don't realize it is the
advertisers that are making them money. The purpose
of the grid is to give advertisers and affordable means
to advertise. Whether you win in the grid or not, you
can still earn daily from the checklist bonus and from
clicks that advertiser may have purchased due to his/her
satisfaction of utilizing the grid...or even purchasing more
grid adverts which again, gives members the opportunity
not just to win but to earn daily cash from the checklist
bonus.

I feel ripped-off by clixgrid » Post #4

Fri Nov 07, 2014 19:27 in General Talk

Stormrider7 wrote: I just finished clixgrid for today, and I was "lucky" to land on 3 winning squares. Except those 3 winners were all extra chances. The 15 extra chances amounted to 5 more chances. So out of a possible $40 I could have won, I ended up with nothing. what I kind of prize is that? :thumbdown:

That's called 'sore loser'.

tired of » Post #4

Thu Nov 06, 2014 16:58 in General Talk

I like their feature of pets.

I've read some complaints about displaying lots of cats but in reality,
it's the other way around. Dogs are displayed mostly.

Kind of funny because I have bad eyesight....very bad. I rarely have
any problems with choosing a cat from a dog. Very rare. If I do, I
simply do the 'try again' and get it.

Happy Halloween...... » Post #2

Fri Oct 31, 2014 19:04 in General Talk

Happy Halloween! :shock: :o

Need a good Laugh =D - My 4yr old doing WWE impres » Post #2

Thu Oct 30, 2014 19:50 in General Talk

She's cute. :P

Website creation and hosting » Post #2

Wed Oct 29, 2014 11:06 in General Talk

There's a lot of hosting companies and even Godaddy has hosting and since you
made a purchase for a domain name, they may have given you a discount on
hosting.

There are hosting companies that charge only a few dollars per month. You
could do a search.

I Am Not Promoting Any More » Post #11

Sun Oct 26, 2014 22:25 in General Talk

kathyl43 wrote: I've been doing this for 9 years, but I don't know the difference between a bux site and a ptc site. Can someone enlighten me? Thanks.

It's the same thing. Bux this and bux that and so on so many use the slang
'Bux' for a paid to click 'Ptc' program.

Reply to Valerie [Clixsense Admin] » Post #2

Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:37 in General Talk

To address your post....

I never said anything about not participating with ClixSense. True, that is of course
an option. What I said was, members have the option to participate or not participate
in any of the programs listed.....that means, offers, surveys, tasks......radio.

In regards to earnings, ClixSense has always paid out and always will pay out earnings
due. ClixSense has been online since Feb. 2007 and has always paid member earnings.

In regards to me being defensive, why would I be? I am not an admin. I am a
volunteer moderator that replied to your post to help you.

As I also stated, you can cash out your earnings any time, processing is every Monday
and Friday and check is once a month on or about the 10th of the month.

I Am Not Promoting Any More » Post #7

Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:28 in General Talk

Nothing wrong with paying to advertise. After all, it's a very simple process.
You pay your money, post a link, and thats it. In fact, people make the process
even simpler by posting the standard replicated ref link.

It's those that think out of the box and have a system that will fair better and
a lot longer.

There is not a redirect link as you are stating. What it is, is your advertising.

99th Commission Payout » Post #1

Fri Oct 24, 2014 17:02 in Payment Proofs

Thanks again ClixSense!

I think I will try to make number 100, a big en! :D

24 Oct 2014 09:39 EST Withdrawal Paypal To: xxx Complete $0.94 -$47.1500

Cat/dog photos » Post #9

Fri Oct 24, 2014 09:30 in General Talk

kathyclouse wrote: These pictures just break my heart...the old dogs look so sad, and the cats in cages..we have rescued our limit, but if I had the money and space, I would take much more home. Sometimes, I am so involved at looking at the pictures and feeling bad that I time out! Got to watch that.

Kathy :kitty:

The good thing is, whoever owns them must care enough to post their image
and try to find them a good home.

doubt about clixsense research » Post #6

Fri Oct 17, 2014 17:25 in General Talk

Most of the surveys appear to be for those in the USA at ClixSenseResearch.

Some times there is not many but other times they seem to come more often.

Reward balance: $6.45
($27.60 pending What's this? View)

The above is my present stats. When you complete surveys, they go into
'pending' status until that survey campaign closes. Funds you earn, move
from pending to your 'Reward balance'. Every time you have $10.00 in
your Reward balance, you can cash out.

Cash out you have three options:

-Amazon Reward (code is emailed to you immediately)
-Dinning Dough (this is a certificate for $25 off participating diners)
-Payoneer (you can choose to get cash which
goes on a card that you sign up for)

doubt about clixsense research » Post #4

Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:33 in General Talk

I've been a member of ClixSenseResearch for years. It is a ClearVoice company and
totally legitimate. I am also a member of another of ClearVoice programs and I have
never experienced any problems with them at all.

I have been paid hundreds of dollars from ClixSenseResearch. There are three options
to cash out each time $10 is accumulated in earnings. I have always chosen Amazon
gift codes since I shop on Amazon often. When I cash out, I receive the gift code within
a few seconds.

I've also received many test items over the year such as pizzas, candy, pet foods, and more.

I have also contacted them from the ClixSenseResearch website, explaining any site error
or non redirect after completing a survey. They've always replied within 24 hours and
they have always credited any amount that I may not have received due to a survey not
directing me back to the site.

Over the years, I have had very few issues with any ClearVoice programs. I have seldom
contacted them because the errors are rare but when they do occur, the problem is always
resolved extremely fast.
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