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New rule » Post #14

Sat Dec 19, 2015 08:15 in General Talk

cookin2 wrote: Moderators can get their coffee first, but only the decaf variety - don't want them to have the jitters and hit the "close topic" key by mistake :D

Yep, you're right. It would be something like Martians invading Earth, if that happen.

GT Distraction -- Guess who's getting lots of coal » Post #13

Sat Dec 19, 2015 08:12 in General Talk

ISIS wants to recruit as many as they can and they're not doing too bad a job at it.

It's up to all the good people that use the internet to do what they can to keep ISIS
at bay, to say the least.

I don't know if it is much different than those that visit chat rooms to molest our
children. I personally don't give a rats what any constitution says if it is going to
allow our children and our good people to be molested, tortured, and/or murdered.
Everything goes out the window when it comes to WAR. You can't be nice to killers
unless you seek to be killed. Put a 'politically correct, constitution following guy in
a cage while ISIS pours gas on him and while ISIS is holding the match..then ask
the guy how much he cares about his political correctness now.

@ jjohnson777, I don't know what you are talking about but it sounds like you may
be referring to the guy that jacked up the aids meds.

New rule » Post #12

Sat Dec 19, 2015 06:05 in General Talk

I think moderators should get their coffee first and I would like two cups please.

GT Distraction -- Guess who's getting lots of coal » Post #10

Fri Dec 18, 2015 21:56 in General Talk

One problem today is that people focus on so called 'political correctness' and people
in general can't say anything because some people take things out of context.

In days long past, people used common sense. Every word wasn't taken so literally.

There are ways that the terrorist can be blocked off from some websites and perhaps
even some of their own websites shut down. There are ip addresses that we all know
aid in tracking.

I've had servers and it's relatively easy to block specific countries and ip's. Even cheap
scripts can do a fairly decent job at that.

Nothing in the world is fool proof but that doesn't mean you give up, you don't try.

There's people that always want to holler the constitution and censorship, etc and
totally throw common sense out the window. I don't think our forefathers in America
thought that people would be so dumb in the future as to not use common sense along
with the laws of the land.

Well, if it's not one thing, it's ten others.

New Referral commission policy » Post #21

Fri Dec 18, 2015 05:29 in General Talk

I can only guess what many Indian members do after enrolling because like many have stated,
they're inactive. It's not that they're just inactive it is they are inactive from the get go.

Maybe it's a language barrier.

GT Distraction -- Guess who's getting lots of coal » Post #7

Fri Dec 18, 2015 05:25 in General Talk

oberder wrote: Now here's another one that should be having a lot of coal in his stockings this year -- Donald Trump -- the man who made the world hate his political agenda, now mentions of "turning off the internet"; details can be seen at the TechDirt Blog below:

:arrow: Reference source -- Trump Calls For Partial Shutdown Of The Internet, Doesn't Understand What He's Saying | Techdirt

You can't believe everything you read. That's not exactly what he said nor exactly what he meant.

What he is saying is, to shut down and block known terrorist websites and recruiting sites/chat rooms, etc.

Unfortunately, the media loves to turn things around and grab attention any way they can.

Earnings in negative? » Post #2

Thu Dec 17, 2015 11:34 in General Talk

You can view your history to see reversals.

Tip: Write for Referrals » Post #4

Wed Dec 16, 2015 08:39 in General Talk

hamsou73 wrote:
valerie wrote:
ALWAYS make your article at least 3 sentences to a paragraph and 3 paragraph's.
NEVER make a long drawn out article......otherwise, it becomes a story and you stand to lose interest.
TRY to stick to what you know. If you don't know, do your research before writing the article.

Doing this you will be caught by blogger spam filter. I experienced this before writing short articles & my blogs were deleted.

But publishing on other platforms or best option yr own website would be a good idea.

I wasn't referring to blogs. In regards to blogger, they give free blogs in order to make money,
not the other way around. Blogger can be a big waste of time, in this regard.

Earn Payout » Post #2

Wed Dec 16, 2015 05:03 in General Talk

I see you've earned almost $4.00 so that is an answer to your question. YES.

Tip: Write for Referrals » Post #1

Tue Dec 15, 2015 22:46 in General Talk

One of the biggest questions is 'how do I get referrals?'.
There are many many ways to go about gaining referrals.

I posted a topic A few tips for building your ClixSense | ClixSense Forum
a long time ago and it's a good way to aid in gaining referrals.

It's a prerogative, in that some people will do what it takes and some people won't.

Here I go sounding pretentious but I have worked online a long time and made nothing
short of a small fortune. When I want referrals, I go and get them. There's a lot of
ways I go about that and it is also dependent upon what I intend to promote.

Therefore, if you are up to it and you're struggling to gain referrals, one way is to
write for them.

Here's an example:

The Dog That Wouldn't Eat

At almost 60 years old, I purchased my first dog. It wasn't that I never had dogs
before. A doberman puppy entered my yard one day in 1987 and there he stayed
until his demise some ten years later. Yes, it was a long time coming that I came
across the perfect house pet, a four pound maltese.

The problems ensued when I realized my new four pound pet, had no desire for
eating, or so it seemed. I purchased a large variety of dog foods over the course
of several weeks before I realized, my dog simply will not eat dog food. It
didn't matter if it was the best dry dog food or the best can dog food, he refused
to eat.

Fortunately, the solution for my dog, and myself, did arrive. Purchasing whole

About the Author:

Valerie...... has several of her own special dog food recipes that you will find
located at her website....... http://.....

The above is an example.

Find the Newsletter. Discover the Problem. Find the Answer.
Write: Define the Problem and Offer the Solution and make sure your title fits the content.

If you don't have a website, what do you put?
You put your ClixSense referral url and for the article above:

Valerie.... has learned how to get all of her pet expenses paid simply by using a free
online program tiny url

So what is the glory to all this?

Well, a lot of glory and a variety of it. Many article websites will place the articles on their
website....which in turn is spidered by the engines and before you know it, your article and
link is every where. Also, same goes for Ezines and Newsletters in that many publishers
list their weekly/monthly/etc publications on their website. So, not only is your article often
emailed out to thousands of people, it is also listed directly on the website.

It's work but it's free and it can be very rewarding.

Some additional hints are:

NEVER mis-spell words. Use a spell checker.
ALWAYS make your article at least 3 sentences to a paragraph and 3 paragraph's.
NEVER make a long drawn out article......otherwise, it becomes a story and you stand to lose interest.
TRY to stick to what you know. If you don't know, do your research before writing the article.

Unable to cashout » Post #2

Tue Dec 15, 2015 20:22 in General Talk

Did you enter your payment option in your profile?

Won 2 times in clixgrid...really happy » Post #3

Tue Dec 15, 2015 09:21 in Success Stories

tanunithu wrote: I won 2 times in clixgrid today....
Once 25000 points
then 10000 pints
I saved the screenshot but not able to post here...
anyways Thank you :clixsense: I am really happy...

Perhaps you mean 25 cents and 10 cents?

Do you think entertainers are overpaid?? » Post #4

Mon Dec 14, 2015 21:56 in General Talk

Depends on the entertainer and what type of entertainer they are.

As 'oberder' states, monies can be spread in a lot of different directions.

Look at the 'Rolling Stones' for example. Probably one major reason why
they have been so successful and have made a ton of money, is due to
Jagger. At least, so it's been said many times. Jagger has a business
mind and has handled the groups business affairs which in turn, has
resulted in more money in their own pockets.

An actor that I find to be unique recently is 'Eric Roberts'. He was a
high paid actor early in his career and was much sought after. By the
way, he is the brother of Julia Roberts. I have noticed over the past
several years that he acts in all kinds of movies, constantly....does not
matter how bad they are. One day out of curiosity I googled him and
he stated he is having the time of his life. He may already be near the
top if not at the top of acting in more movies then anyone else. So, he
may not be a high paid actor any more but he is acting in whatever he
wants to and probably making a small fortune doing so.

I think its Nicholas Cage that blows his money......or so they have said
in the past that he would blow every dime he made.

Look at old Burt Reynolds. He was a high paying actor that got burnt
by his that she took him to the cleaners with divorce.

There was two sisters I knew very well years ago when I worked in
home health. They never married. Grew up in the same house they
were born in. Both educated. One sister a retired math teacher and
the other a retired school secretary. Both retired from the same school.
They never vacationed. Rarely bought anything new. When they died,
they left millions of dollars to the school system. You really wouldn't
have thought they had much just to look at them and their house.

So bottomline, I got off track. :lol:
Much of it is not how much you are paid, but how you handle it once
you have it.

How many of you all agree 2015 was better than2014 » Post #9

Fri Dec 11, 2015 11:49 in General Talk

adinkle wrote: I am alive --though not in really good health. Hearing and sight impaired is not unusual for a person 87 yrs of age. I am blessed to be on this side of the grass as a cancer survivor, parent of 6 lovely (grown) children and able to surf the internet. My life has been full of ups and downs , and I am happy to be here. I shall overcome!!! :thumbup:

Its great to have you here. Be sure to not sit at the computer all day. Get some exercise,
go for a walk, do around the house. You probably know that anyway.

New Referral commission policy » Post #6

Fri Dec 11, 2015 05:32 in General Talk

baibhav8421 wrote:
ptcscrutiny wrote: You need to read the actual announcement made by the Admin on the first page.

New Affiliate Commissions | ClixSense Forum

Still I couldn't get answer of my question after reading actual announcement.

According to the new policy you only receive the sign up bonus of $0.30/$0.10 for each new
member ONLY after they have completed activities on three separate days.....and.....
the sign up amount will only be after TEN DAYS.

This is stated in the news update at the lower part of admin's post.

My Biggest Payment from a PTC Site Ever » Post #21

Thu Dec 10, 2015 16:54 in Payment Proofs

For those complaining, I am reporting it to admin and they can relay if it is false or fact.

Referral Question » Post #3

Wed Dec 09, 2015 20:57 in General Talk

He stated the following:

Quote:*Due to some members who try to abuse our system and create multiple fake accounts or use PTSU we are no longer going to pay affiliate signup commissions instantly. Instead these commissions will be paid whenever certain conditions have been met but not earlier than 10 days after the signup date.

These conditions include, but are not limited to, performing at least 3 actions on 3 distinct (different) days. We cannot reveal more than this to avoid abuse. Simply put, if your referrals are active you will get the signup commission accordingly.

Referral Question » Post #2

Wed Dec 09, 2015 20:56 in General Talk

You may want to read that update again because I don't recall reading anything about
new referrals having to click 3 different ads on 3 different days.

I'll go look at it and see what it says, exactly.

Cashout » Post #2

Wed Dec 09, 2015 05:24 in General Talk

The way the cash out process is now, it takes about a week.

My Biggest Payment from a PTC Site Ever » Post #2

Wed Dec 09, 2015 05:20 in Payment Proofs

That's a BIGGIE!

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