jcboy4444 wrote: Lol what's wrong with this guy
I think we are getting more and more children joining ClixSense. Seriously.
People the age of 17 upwards can join ClixSense.
I know there are those that join that are much younger than 17.
Some times I think people like playing dumb. I mean seriously, it plainly explains
how the ClixGrid works, that it's more or less a 'Game' and that you might win and
you might not, that it's just chance.
I guess I get aggravated some times because I see people working so very hard.
People that really need the money badly. For example, many people in Bangladesh
struggling to make cents in hot factories. Even people in the USA that are struggling
in todays insane economy. To say clicking 65 5 second ads in a grid is hard work, is
bazaar to me.
Clicking a mouse is not work. Clicking a measly 65 times in the grid is not work.
Clicking 65 times in the grid is basically one round for an upgraded member that
wins 5 extra tries.
To top it off, people are not forced to click in the grid. People are not forced to do
anything here but the grid is of course, totally optional in that you could click in there
every day for the next twenty years and not win a cent if you are unlucky.
I've got a post here some where in which I timed it and relayed exactly how long it
takes to click in the grid. It depends on your internet speed of course. I always
click at least my 20 tries so that I can focus on the checklist bonus.
5 seconds x 20 clixgrid ads = 100 seconds which is 1 minute 40 seconds. To be
realistic since some ads may not load immediately, we can easily round that off to
If you were to click all 60 tries you would probably spend about 5 or 6 minutes.
I had a very good online friend for years and unfortunately I never got to meet him
in person. He died a few years ago. He was a ClixSense member too. What people
did not realize is, he was quadriplegic. He clicked the ads with a straw in his mouth.
He also had his own website and altho I helped him with it, for the most part, he
managed it all by himself, all with a straw. He never complained about anything.