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What do you do in your spare time? » Post #10

Thu Jul 28, 2016 06:20 in General Talk

What is 'Spare Time'? Is that a jeopardy question?


Geart Moments » Post #2

Thu Jul 28, 2016 06:19 in General Talk


cringeworthy » Post #26

Thu Jul 28, 2016 06:10 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Disposable income can be estimated along age lines. Historically, young adults have the most disposable income, and recently, people aged 65+ (in the UK, I think it's a bit younger in the US, but don't know exactly) have the most disposable income. Therefore, more products are targeted at these age groups than others. I wouldn't be at all surprised if everyone in any other age group has fewer surveys than those in these age groups.

I'd have to say it is very different in the US.

I think the opposite is true here. The younger population and I am referring to people that
are around 20 to 40 years old. The ones that have families, go to work every day, are not
going to have much disposable income. By the time all is taken from their pay check (tax's),
including rent or mortgage, gas and vehicle maintenance, utilities, ....... and then food and
clothing, there is not much money left to dispose of.

cringeworthy » Post #24

Wed Jul 27, 2016 06:57 in General Talk

lilapopo wrote: Valerie, I think I am denied more surveys than the average person since I don't have small kids at home. A 68 year old in good health usually doesn't qualify for the health surveys. I get aggravated when they ask 20 questions and then say the survey is full. Really? Why not tell us that to begin with and not waste our time. Also why do they ask income. Do the people in the upper income brackets get more surveys. If I could buy luxury watches, cars, purses, etc., do you think I would be clicking for pennies? Also if I was at big shot working all day at a job and making executive decisions, I probably wouldn't need to be here either.

It just depends on the survey that is available.

If a company is wanting information to make more sales of their baby food, it is very
doubtful they are going to want you or I to answer their survey.

If a company is wanting information to make more sales of their arthritic pain medicine,
it is very likely you and I will qualify to answer their survey.

It just depends on the sector they want for their product.

The greatest population of buyers in general for products such as school snacks, pizza's,
candy, baby food, diapers, school clothes, etc is not going to be you or I. It is in fact
the people under 40.

The flip side is true, however. The people that buy more expensive real estate, second
homes, vacation houses, condo's, travel more, etc, is going to be people our age.

It just depends on the surveys. You can see in the forums how people are consistently
denied surveys no matter their age.

Oh hey, I just did a survey at ClixSenseResearch that took me all of 5 minutes or less
and was paid $2.00 for taking it PLUS received a $15 Amazon gift code within 24 hours
from that survey people. Ohhhh and it was for a specific group that had specific types
of surgery.

What is the Significance of a Sponsor in Clixsence » Post #2

Wed Jul 27, 2016 06:39 in Member Introduction

None really.

All a sponsor is, is someone you enrolled under. It's the member that directed you to
their ClixSense website so they can earn on your activity.

Some times members enroll at the company website instead of going through a member
website. That is ok.

A sponsor cannot do the work for you. Some sponsors might answer a question you have
but you can get answers here at the forum and through the helpdesk. Also its a very good
idea to READ the FAQ and website inside and out.

More Add » Post #2

Mon Jul 25, 2016 22:16 in General Talk

You can go out and advertise to advertisers to get more advertisers to join and purchase ads.

Do you think the video is real ? » Post #2

Sat Jul 23, 2016 14:10 in General Talk

I'll leave the link for awhile but I don't think its a good idea to post Facebook links.

Yes, it looks real to me. It's at an airport so it looks like a jet stream that spread
at one end to look like a bubble.

How will I know If I already got permanent boot? » Post #3

Sat Jul 23, 2016 08:10 in General Talk

Well usually a permanent boot means no access. Rather self explanatory, actually.

Morning! » Post #2

Sat Jul 23, 2016 08:09 in Member Introduction

Yes focus on completing the daily checklist because you can earn a significant bonus.

Account Security » Post #5

Sat Jul 23, 2016 08:01 in General Talk

You can submit a support ticket to helpdesk and give them complete details.
It may be ok. There are people that use internet cafe's. So I would simply
contact admin and find out.

anyone having problems upgrading through paypal? » Post #2

Sat Jul 23, 2016 07:59 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: i mustve tried over 15 times to upgrade my account yesterday and today through paypal but its coming back as error :o

i spoke to paypal customer service yesterday and they told me that paypal dont recognize the server im on? :?

i only had my internet up and running since 19th july and talktalk my provider told me it would take at least 10 days for the internet to become stable,,now whatever that means i dont know but my question here is has anyone else had this problem?

funny thing is tho,i can log into my paypal perhaps pay other folks but can get payment thru to clixsy,,,,,any ideas,help guys :cry:

Hmmmm well I am not familiar with such a thing. I don't guess I have heard
of them ever saying they don't recognize a server.

Now IF that is their issue with you, that they are not recognizing the server you
are using. Maybe you could do something such as this:

1. Scan a copy of your internet service bill and give that to them

2. Simply ask paypal what you can do or give them to display your legitimacy

3. Ask others in the UK if they have experience such an issue and what they did to resolve it

4. Submit a support ticket at ClixSense helpdesk and see if they have heard of this and if they
know what you can do to resolve it.

Do keep in mind, in regards to upgrading to premium membership here in ClixSense, you can
use your ClixSense earnings and not go through a payment processor.

this site » Post #2

Sat Jul 23, 2016 07:49 in General Talk

Although someone locked your topic, I thought I would reply.

First of all, I understand your frustration when it comes to doing surveys and even offers can
be a booger some times. It's very aggravating to spend time doing something and either not
be paid for it or complete it and then it be reversed.

However, you're really confusing the reality here.

The reality is, members can make more money at ClixSense now than ever before in years

You need to keep in mind, that ClixSense does not have the funds to reach in their pocket
and pay members money that they are not receiving themselves. Could you do it? Could
you reach in your pocket and give a hundred people ten dollars each without receiving a
dime yourself?

ClixSense does not own the survey companies and you know that. ClixSense has no
baring on what other companies do. All ClixSense can do is implement more ways for
members to make money, and they have done that with offers, surveys, tasks, videos.

NEVER throw in the towel. I've done it and I lose every time. Every time. So don't
do it. You never know what is coming around the corner or when new legitimate ways
to earn will be implemented or when better surveys will arise, etc.

Cool off. Stop doing surveys by those companies that are least for awhile.
Focus on placing that time in advertising to gain referrals.

cringeworthy » Post #17

Sat Jul 23, 2016 07:33 in General Talk

@lilapopo No that is not it at all. Honestly it isn't. If you really think about it, you'll know
it isn't. You see many of these market research survey's are related to what people will
buy. What people WILL buy, how OFTEN they buy it, and often it is about what the company
that makes or thinking about making, can increase their sales.

So if you are 68 years old and they have a survey related to baby food, most probable
they are going to deny you from taking the survey. It's not discrimination. It's common
knowledge that most people age 68 are not buying baby food weekly.

Another example is bladder leakage. Again, it is common knowledge that most people
age 20 do not have bladder leakage. Therefore, if you are 20 years old, you would
probably be denied taking a survey about bladder leakage.

OF course there IS exceptions to these life things but they are looking for the majority
crowd to answer these specific things.

DON'T think you are being discriminated against because you are 68 years old. A 20
year old could say the same thing when they are denied a survey about living wills
or geriatric shoes or senior citizen road trips or assisted living facilities or hair grey
coverage or........and so on.

62 years old now under 1 year old » Post #12

Thu Jul 21, 2016 16:51 in General Talk

Yes it's just a number. I would like a lower number. :oops:

Referral Commissions » Post #2

Wed Jul 20, 2016 23:02 in General Talk


You always get the $2.00 on direct referral premium upgrades.
You always get the $1.00 on downline indirect premium upgrades.
You always get the sign up bonus on directs referrals.

U.S. government airline Janet » Post #8

Wed Jul 20, 2016 22:58 in General Talk


It's on his headstone so I always have to look that up. It stands for Technical Sargent.

U.S. government airline Janet » Post #7

Wed Jul 20, 2016 22:53 in General Talk

Well sure, I want to know. I am nosey. Tell me everything.

I had an uncle that joined very early the airforce and he spent his entire life in.

He never discussed anything. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. In his early years
he was stationed in Florida and I remember visiting when I was a kid. He took
my grandparents and some other family members to view some ships but that
was about it.

Even during the vietnam war, nothing was ever said.

Some years later he was stationed in Louisiana and that is where he died and
is buried.

I forget what his title was. It was something different. He was some sort of
major mechanic. Now I will have to go look see as his burial info is at findagrave.

62 years old now under 1 year old » Post #10

Tue Jul 19, 2016 12:03 in General Talk

I knew there was a catch.

62 years old now under 1 year old » Post #5

Mon Jul 18, 2016 06:56 in General Talk

I wanna be a Neptunian too, please! I wanna I wanna I wanna I wanna be a Neptunian.

You should make a song.....

I wanna be a Neptunian
I wanna be a Neptunian
You tooian can be a Neptunian
If you sixtyian be young againian
Woooooooo Ohhhhhhh Woooooo Neptunian......eeeeeeeeeeee.......iiiiiiii....ahahahahahahaaaaaahhh.....ANNNNNNNNN

Scam site alert » Post #6

Mon Jul 18, 2016 06:40 in General Talk

I don't know anything about those sites but to be clear, ClixSense is not a scam information forum.

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