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clixgrid game play but money not earn » Post #5

Tue Jun 23, 2015 10:21 in General Talk

This isn't a support question.

The ClixGrid is not there for everyone to receive money every day.
When you buy a lottery ticket every day, you don't win every day.

It has absolutely nothing to do with the number of clicks you make.
It has to do with just happening to have clicked at the right moment to win something.
Maybe you will, maybe you won't.

It also has to do with earning the daily free checklist bonus earnings.
If you don't do the grid, you absolutely won't earn the checklist bonus.

Lock it » Post #10

Sun Jun 21, 2015 04:59 in General Talk

It would be dependent upon your yearly income.

For example, if all you've been paid in the entire year is $599.00, you do not need to report it.

In regards to virtual amount, that doesn't matter because you have not been paid.

Comment Games » Post #3

Sat Jun 20, 2015 09:40 in General Talk

crivadavi wrote: I know that this question could be stupid :oops: but when i play the games
offered by clixsense i see under each game a comments section.
However i don't see a way to comment,
maybe there is a certain condition to be fulfilled to insert comments?

I don't know the answer because I haven't played any of them. Someone will probably
come along that knows, and answer your question.

It's been a good week » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2015 16:10 in General Talk

Congratulations!

I imagine it is very exciting watching the planes....especially those big jets, etc.

My clixsense work from 3.11.2013 Stats » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2015 16:07 in General Talk

You cannot display your email address nor your affiliate id url on the forums here.

Lock it » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2015 11:43 in General Talk

Everyone has their own way of doing things.

Personally, I'm a member of the oldest PTC/GPT programs.

However, I think it can be smart to be a member of many legitimate PTC/GPT programs.
I don't see how anyone could spend hours at them all.

For many people, I can see it a very good and easy way to earn and to get advertising.

You said 30 so lets take 30 as an example:

1: $50.00+ per month - this one is their tops because they like it the best, do surveys, offers, tasks, and maybe have a couple referrals to boot.

2: $25.00+ per month - this one is not their tops but they have a few referrals, always view the ads, so some offers that they don't do at number 1.

3: $10.00+ per month - another one they don't make a fortune with and only have one active referral....still, they make enough each month for that tenner.

4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10: $2.00+ per month each - some of these they might have a referral or two but many no refs at all.....here again, they still make duce and some times more, each month.

11-30: $1.00 per month each - these 20 vary a lot because some months they make a buck and some months a little more or a little less....all depends on the number of ads, various winnings, and perhaps a ref activity, not to mention an offer or survey.

Total Monthly Earnings MIGHT be an approximate: $150.00+
Total Yearly Earnings MIGHT be an approximate: $1,800+

In regards to time.....well, I think everyone today knows multi-tasking is.

Of course, that is actually a rather low approximate I have up there. Take someone that is making say three+ times that amount= $500.00 per month and $6,000.00 a year. Not too shabby.

neguito » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2015 04:53 in General Talk

You can submit a support ticket.

Pet Photos » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2015 04:52 in General Talk

It displays directly under the photos :

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Cant understand Clixsense.com, feeling so sad. » Post #15

Thu Jun 18, 2015 16:33 in General Talk

PhoenixM wrote: Cant understand this Clixsense.com .. Earned $30 in 5 days.. Now dying to make some money. Earned $0.90 in last 4 days. NO survey, NO perfect Tasks. :( feeling so sad.

I don't understand your topic.

You have been here approximately 3 months and have earned almost $150.00.
That pans out to about $50.00 a month.

I also see you have completed about 1,500 tasks and about 70 offers.

So I don't understand why you are 'feeling so sad'.

$50 a month in extra free money for a member located in India that is not even a premium member, is mighty good for free.

Topic Closed

Can I use This Video » Post #9

Tue Jun 16, 2015 17:00 in General Talk

Ok, thats good to know.

Can I use This Video » Post #7

Tue Jun 16, 2015 12:56 in General Talk

Ok I see we didn't actually have videos with our embedded link.

I don't know if anyone has it else where or not.

Can I use This Video » Post #6

Tue Jun 16, 2015 09:43 in General Talk

Hmmmm anyone see the videos here?

I thought we had one or two but I don't see them.

I'm asking the other moderators to see if someone knows.

More ads » Post #2

Tue Jun 16, 2015 07:34 in General Talk

Ads are primarily based on advertisers purchasing ads.

Check list bonus » Post #2

Tue Jun 16, 2015 07:31 in Your Stats

In regards to completing the checklist daily bonus, the amount varies depending on the
amount you worked to earn. For example, 1% of $10.00 is less than 1% of $100.00.

referrals » Post #2

Tue Jun 16, 2015 07:28 in General Talk

You can give your referral link to others and if they are interested in joining, they
would enter your referral link and be enrolled with you as their sponsor.

At ClixSense. How to earn $390,625.00 per year. » Post #44

Tue Jun 16, 2015 07:25 in General Talk

I think there are some good points made in this topic by everyone.

ClixSense displays information concerning the various ways members may be able to earn here.
ClixSense absolutely does not state any where that members will earn anything at all.
Earnings are based on each members work.

In regards to marketing the opportunity here, that is up to each member as long as it doesn't
go against ClixSense rules. In other words, some members might focus more on the level
system opportunity whereas others might focus on the various ways to earn....offers, viewing
ads, tasks, etc.

A lot of marketing truly depends on the choir you are preaching to. If you are attempting to
recruit Donald Trump, good luck. If you are attempting to recruit a big recruiter, you would
certainly want to explain the level system in detail. If you are attempting to recruit the
average internet user that is looking to make some extra money, you would certainly want
to explain in detail the various options to making money.

PERSONALLY, I'd prefer to say it ALL. Reason being, you don't, as a norm, know where or
when, traffic is coming from NOR what it is exactly that traffic wants. I would suggest
giving some detail about each and every way there is to earn money at CllixSense.

IF you want to focus on earning only from the level system and stress on your sites to
focus on sponsoring 5 and upgrading 5, more power to you. I'm afraid however, you
may become sorely disappointed. People do become discouraged very quickly when
they can't sponsor.....and it is this very fact that makes ClixSense a wonderful opportunity
for most people.....because they can still make very good extra money without
sponsoring anyone at all.

Topic Closed.....because it's getting a little nasty in here.

At ClixSense. How to earn $390,625.00 per year. » Post #20

Mon Jun 15, 2015 12:48 in General Talk

You may have forgotten, that statistics (if you believe stats) state the average marketer
can only refer 2.5 people.

It's not just about sponsoring. It's also about staying put and working. Unfortunately,
most are not going to do either.

Funny you don't ask me how many are in my downline. :mrgreen:

Daily Suyvey Routers » Post #4

Mon Jun 15, 2015 09:48 in General Talk

I wouldn't say it is the total reason but I would say it is the main reason.

Other factors may play a role in denial with some survey opportunities but if you're
not getting them at all, I'd say your location is the main reason.

I Lost motivation. Hard time on ClixSense » Post #5

Mon Jun 15, 2015 09:44 in General Talk

@Eddie1988

I don't know your exact expense for the advertising you are doing but it sounds like
it's not working well for you.

From what little I read, your upgrading constantly members you've referred. I don't
think that is a good idea. In fact, I personally think its a bad idea.

IF I were going to take that route of upgrading members, I would make sure they
understood they needed to work, log in daily, focus on completing their checklist,
and ONLY after say 6 months, would I upgrade their membership.....maybe.

Lots of people out there want a totally free ride and once they get it, they float off
to the next free ride they can get. I know it's weird but it's very true. I have
never seen such a thing in my life before I got online. People want money but they
don't want to work for it. In addition, to be fair, people find something else to
consume their interests and time. So you see, what you're doing is spending money
out of pocket on campaigns that are not working too great for you AND you're
upgrading refs that may not be here tomorrow. Hence, in the hole.

At ClixSense. How to earn $390,625.00 per year. » Post #13

Mon Jun 15, 2015 09:31 in General Talk

Rod, it does not happen, it never has happen, and it never will happen.

There are a few very big earners that have managed to make their way to ten grand or a tad upwards,
in a month. Those people are generally (and believe me, I don't even need to look) those that joined
early and/or have a large following.

EXAMPLE:
-John joins a new PTC ten years ago. At the time he joined, he happen to be one of the first that joined.
He took a risk because all things being equal, it appeared it was legit and would last a long time. So
John sent his ref link to everyone he knew. In fact, John already had a hefty following. John also put
his ref link in many programs he was already a member of. At first John was making pretty good money
for it to be a ptc/gpt and as his group grew, he was making upwards of a few hundred dollars per month.
Over time, John's organization grew with more and more active members. Eventually, John was
making $10,000 per month.

A certain amount of excitement is great. Even the big fish that got away, not so bad a tale.
However, people feel very let down if the bull is too big.
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