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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


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.

-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.

At ClixSense. How to earn $390,625.00 per year. » Post #12

Mon Jun 15, 2015 09:17 in General Talk

hyldig wrote: Wishful thinking . I would like to see some proof of it if you really can make that much money at any Ptc . Sutch outstanding earnings and skills have to be displaid .

Well of course you can't!

Top earners in PTC/GPT programs do not come close, never have, never will.

Daily Suyvey Routers » Post #2

Mon Jun 15, 2015 07:01 in General Talk


At ClixSense. How to earn $390,625.00 per year. » Post #9

Mon Jun 15, 2015 07:00 in General Talk

It doesn't matter the dollar figure because it is an accurate display of inaccuracies.
In other words, it doesn't happen, it never has happen, it never will happen.
In fact, it's an overwhelming display that may turn many people off from joining.

Sites like clixsense » Post #4

Sun Jun 14, 2015 18:28 in General Talk

Read the forum rules.

Topic Locked.

Referrals » Post #2

Sat Jun 13, 2015 13:38 in General Talk

Just pretend you rented them. That way, it saves your money. :thumbup:

ClixSense does not rent nor sell referrals.

Clix research » Post #2

Fri Jun 12, 2015 07:18 in General Talk

ClixSenseResearch is separate from ClixSense so your earnings there, go into your earnings there, not here.

Task without facebook » Post #2

Fri Jun 12, 2015 07:17 in General Talk

I don't think so as they now want you to log in by going through your Facebook account.
Many members simply created a Facebook account for that purpose only.

earning » Post #9

Tue Jun 09, 2015 05:25 in General Talk

Fort189 wrote: Nobody is respondint. Really disgusting. Totally selfish people.

I've sent you two warnings. I think I made it very easy for you to understand.

If you hate everyone here then why are you here?

All you do is submit the same complaints and abusive posts over and over again.

Stop flooding the forums and topics and stop posting abusive remarks. Both are against the rules.

today i really unlucky » Post #11

Mon Jun 08, 2015 04:48 in General Talk

Fort189 wrote: I was very seriously taking a survey. After a long time i got this opportunity. Everything was going very nicely. I was almost at the completion. I just had to fill up an answer marking a tick. Suddenly the power went off,. I really upset. Again when the power came,there was nothing..This is totally unfortunate for me,..Whom to blame....? Being in India i can not blame India..for this .

This is at least the second time you have posted about your electricity going out.

ClixSense is not responsible for your electricity.

Unfortunately, not many people in India submit surveys. Therefore, there are few
surveys for those in India.

Most surveys are for those in the USA, UK, and Canada.

ClixSense does not own surveys. ClixSense does not create surveys.

ClixSense is an affiliate of survey companies that make them available through their clients.

Everything at ClixSense is optional. No one is forced to do anything here.

Topic Locked

Do you actually pay attention to the ads? » Post #12

Sun Jun 07, 2015 13:20 in General Talk

dave2319 wrote: Just wondering, do you earn anything off 0.75 of a referral, or do you have to wait until they become whole person?

Aaahahahahaha! :lol:

Do you actually pay attention to the ads? » Post #3

Sat Jun 06, 2015 06:58 in General Talk

I see a lot of very good ads. It's up to you to do your own research in anything you
may be interested in.

Lock it » Post #24

Thu Jun 04, 2015 11:47 in General Talk

Sign In - ClixSense

The paid to call offers are in 'Offers'. You never know how many there will be.
Simply click the blue tab that says 'Offers' and I think there are a few on the
second page but that link will take you there.

Lock it » Post #15

Thu Jun 04, 2015 11:40 in General Talk

@dave2319, I didn't click on any of Rod's links nor view any of it that he placed here.

However, I am very familiar with the jest of it all and more.

It's a very difficult subject and I don't like to get into it, not on a forum especially.
The reason being mostly is because I am a Christian that believes in the Holy Bible and the Book of Revelation.
Therefore, since I believe what the Bible states, I have a bit of a different interpretation I suppose.

There are have always been controlling factors in the world. People that have the money and the power.
Some of these people are or have been, good, good for society, good for the people. Others, have been
bad and some horrific.

What can we do?

Communism? Well, to an extent it works but unfortunately, it's only an extent and overall bad.
Even so, there are still those in power doing the controlling.

Like Janis Joplin song, 'Freedom's just another word, for nothing left to lose'.

Even in a 'free society' we're not free.

Overall, no matter where or what, people need to remember and know they are the people
and it is the people that can make a change. People should band together against the powers
that be when those powers are evil.

In regards to preparation, everyone should be prepared for any disastrous event. If people want
to live their life in a bunker, that is their choice. I am not that fanatic. I live in a rural area and
I always have enough food to last an entire year or probably longer if need be. I also have two
of the 25 year food buckets. Mainly I have the type of food supply that I have simply because I
like to have plenty of everything on hand. If the electric goes out due to weather, I am fine
because I have a generator, plenty of food, out door grills, kerosene heaters.....soon I will have
a wood stove, etc. I live in a tornado and earthquake prone area so being prepared is a good

PS. You'd have to know Chris to know what I meant in my reply to Rod

Lock it » Post #8

Wed Jun 03, 2015 21:53 in General Talk

I had went thru Eric.

I think Chris simply did not want to sell.

Truly, I wasn't 'that' interested in it but as I told Eric, I would take it if he wanted to sell it.
I would have worked it and as stated, if Chris wanted to stay on to do additional programming, would have been fine.

I know the problems Chris was having, for lack of a better statement. I would have
thought the funds for the script would have helped him out and in essence he would
have had a job.

It wasn't that big of a deal to me one way or the other.

When a person does a lot of work and spends a lot of time doing the work, they tend
to believe what they have is worth a lot more.

If you recall, there was some similar programs out there.....not political but set up
was similar in regards to the adverts. For the life of me, I can't remember the names
of any of them. One in particular I had joined. They were more like affiliate programs
in which you place some code on your site but there was the one that was very similar
to his in ads.

Anyway, overall, I didn't see the script worth a whole lot but I would have bought it
at the time if he had come back to me about it.

Lock it » Post #6

Wed Jun 03, 2015 16:46 in General Talk

I didn't push him to do anything at all.

Someone contacted me, told me about it, relayed the structure, and I thought it was great.
So new and different with a topic that affects all. I brought in hundreds of people and most
everyone liked it.

I don't make any bones about it, I really liked it. I found it interesting and I learned some
things too.

However, I certainly did not create it nor did I make any push for him to open it up to any
specific market.

I guess he did get all bent out of shape with members posting adverts about things other
than political. BUT, he could have set some limits to that or changed it a bit.

After all was said and done, I offered to buy the script from him for $1,000.00. All he said
was 'I thought I'd get more than that!'. He did not even squabble with me. I would have
went up to $2,000.00 and I would have ask him to stay on hire for me to work on the script.

He never came back with anything so that was that.

Lock it » Post #4

Wed Jun 03, 2015 10:54 in General Talk

Oh Gawd, Rod. You sound like that pyrabang owner. :lol:
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