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Would you suggest people to upgrade? » Post #52

Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:42 in Your Stats

If I was new and reviewed everything here, I would know that it is worth it to upgrade even without referrals.

The Daily Checklist Bonus alone, makes it very well worth the upgrade.
Standard members only make 5% whereas premium members make 12% in regards to the daily checklist bonus.

Of course, if you are one that is not going to do anything, then it would be stupid probably to upgrade since
you have no interest in working here to make money.

However, if you are really wanting to work to make money, it can be very beneficial to upgrade.
And if you are unsure, the thing to do would be to count your chickens like this:

-My first month I made $4.00
-My second month I made $3.00
-My third month I made $7.000
-My fourth month I made $8.00
-----------------------------------------Total = 4 months: $21.00
Take $17.00 of that and upgrade.......count your chickens again.......

-My fifth month I made $12.00
-My sixth month I made $3.00
-My seventh month I made $14.00
-My eight month I made $23.00
----------------------------------------Total = 4 months: $52.00

Eight months total= $73.00 - $17.00 = Profit of $56.00

The above is just an example scenario.
But I would strongly look at the daily checklist bonus even if you don't have referrals.
It's a significant difference.

You can do the math on the percentage yourself, as you go along from day to day.
You make 5% as a standard member so whatever the bonus is for that day, tack on 7% more and that is what you could have made if you'd been premium.

Welcome Aboard! Getting Started with ySense. » Post #34

Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:27 in Member Introduction

teradata_madhu wrote: Hi Valerie,
How are you??
We generally get the numbers when there are ads that are waiting for our action as soon as we log in or as soon as they arrive in our box. But we are not getting the same type of numbering in the other buttons like 'Advertise','ClixGrid','Tasks','Offers','Affliates' etc.,.. due to that we are missing some of the earnings.

Even the same with the ClixSense Tool bar also. We are not getting the updated numbers on all the button except the 'View Ads'.. Is it possible to look into this new functionality. If I missed to check any posting related to this pls let me know...

Thanks
Madhu

Hello Madhu and welcome aboard!

I'm a little confused and sitting here trying to figure out exactly what you mean.

You don't always see ad numbers. In other words, think of it like this.....when you open a door, no
one is there to welcome you immediately but as soon as they realize you're there, they will say hello. :P

When you log into your ClixSense, some times you will see some numbers for the number of ads
immediately but usually you don't. What I do is click around, click on the forum or click on the grid,
and click around for a few seconds and then often ads will appear.

In regards to the ClixGrid, you can always see the number you clicked, by looking in your Daily Checklist
Bonus....that little box in your member area on the right hand upper side.

Same goes with Tasks, you have to click on Tasks to see if there is any tasks for you to do.
They are no numbers.

Affiliate count displays in your member area and you will see the numbers plus when you click on the
numbers, it displays the affiliates. You can even click and see what each affiliate did, each day.

In regards to Offers, there are presently two types of surveys that will pop up a number and that is
for SSI surveys and Samplicio surveys. Don't rely on a numbers tho. It's best to click on the various
offers often to see if there is new offers/surveys listed.

Highest earners on Clixsense? » Post #2

Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:57 in General Talk

Well I suppose you could do the math on that.

For example, the TASKS. There are many members that do tasks and some are extremely good at it and
spend a lot of their time every day doing the tasks. Plus, as you probably know, there are bonuses given
to top tasks doers and so that can add significantly to ones income too. One fellow, very recently, posted
his earnings and I think he made over $200 in one month doing tasks. However, I am mighty sure there
has been some members to make even much more than that, doing tasks in a month.

Then there is OFFERS. One fellow made over a thousand dollars within 3 months doing offers....
as he posted recently his payout and stated he made most all that thousand dollars in three months by doing offers.
So that would be around about $300 a month he made doing offers. I know that some have made more than that.
Offers comprise of a lot such as videos, surveys, paid to call, and more.

We all know there is PTC (paid to click). Myself, when I am online most the day, I can usually
view 25 to 50 ads per day. My guess is, some people can make more than a few dollars every month, simply
viewing ads.

There is the DIRECT REFERRALS ACTIVITY. This can add up very significantly depending on what
direct referrals do. If a member has some very active referrals that are viewing ads daily, doing tasks, doing offers,
it can add up to a very hefty amount.

Of course, we also have the PREMIUM 8 LEVELS. Speaking personally, I have over 1,000
premium members in my 8 levels. Every time a DIRECT referral upgrades, I make $2.00 and every time some
one upgrades in my 8 levels, I make $1.00. So, having a premium membership and building a level system, can
be more than nice and add significantly to ones monthly income.

OTHER EARNINGS. There are other earnings such as the sign up bonus. There is also earnings
when you sponsor members that purchase advertising. Also the CLIXGRID which can also add some extra monies.

ClixSense has evolved a lot over the years. One can look at my earnings and say that is not very much but
what they may not take into consideration is, the overall years. For example, in my first year at ClixSense I
made approximately $500, give or take a few bucks. Today, I make about 4 times that amount. I could make
more if I worked more. For example, for the most part, I don't do tasks. If I did tasks I could add much more
to my income here. There are many days that I don't have time to do offers or surveys.

A BIG HINT for everyone that reads this, it is really about YOU and what YOU do. You absolutely won't get
rich here but you can make very significant extra free money depending on how hard YOU work. You can
easily look around and see who is making the money and you can also see that those people making the
money, are the people that work.

Received my 2nd cash out! » Post #7

Mon Sep 16, 2013 17:34 in Payment Proofs

Clark, payouts are processed on Mondays and Fridays, USA eastern time zone in the late afternoon,
early evening.

If you have your payout option set correctly in your profile and you requested payout earlier today
before processing, you will get paid this evening.

Otherwise you will get paid Friday if you waited til after processing begun.

Do make sure your payout option is correct in your profile.

Sales commissions - $2 daily for 4 straight days! » Post #3

Mon Sep 16, 2013 12:23 in Your Stats

Advertising Sales
Earn even more whenever your direct referrals purchase Ad Credits or ClixGrid links. For example if you are a Premium member and one of your referrals buys a ClixGrid link you immediately earn $2.00 for doing nothing! However there are some limits as shown here:

Commission per Purchase 10% up to $1.00 10% up to $2.00
Limit per Referral $50 $100

So that is another good reason to be premium member because it is double what you can earn.
However, it is also extremely limited.

Sales commissions - $2 daily for 4 straight days! » Post #2

Mon Sep 16, 2013 12:20 in Your Stats

Yes but the only problem with that, is that it's limited.

Click on the cat » Post #2

Sun Sep 15, 2013 21:19 in General Talk

The images are real images allowed by petfinder. It is people that have taken
a picture of their animal for adoption.

If you choose the wrong picture, it lets you know that you did and you can click
again.

For the most part, it's rather easy to distinguish a cat from a dog. If you can't, you
might want to look into getting a larger monitor or increasing the screen size resolution.
Also,many computers allow you to change the size from normal to large.

giant referrals » Post #5

Sun Sep 15, 2013 16:27 in General Talk

wolfie34 wrote: Have you noticed people that these sites are starting to pop up, I did a similar post to one site advertising here on Clixsense and then giant referrals pops up, another scam!

Trouble is these people will scam, quickly close up and open a new site, my guess is both sites are operated by the same people.

I have also seen a new ad on Clixsense advertising $5 to put your Clixsense url in their rotator!!!!!

Oh absolutely not at all. These types of pages have been online since the beginning of online.
And in regards to specific adverts for referrals to PTC's, they have also been online since the beginning of
PTC's. No, not new at all!

What you're doing is singling out one type of page/adverts which may or may not be legitimate.

I have ran major campaigns online and I have ran small campaigns online. Just because someone creates
a page and says he/she is going to advertise your page for a small fee, does not mean it is a scam. Same
goes if it says it is going to send you leads or referrals. It is not telling you that you WILL RECEIVE ACTIVE
PEOPLE THAT WILL MAKE YOU MORE MONEY THAN WHAT YOU PAY FOR THEIR ADVERT.

It is YOU that must use common sense and it is YOU that must ask questions.

NEVER ever give your money to anyone without ASKING QUESTIONS FIRST.

If there is no contact information, what do you do? You keep your money in your pocket.

Can You Not PM A Member » Post #2

Sun Sep 15, 2013 16:20 in General Talk

No you cannot PM on here.

Clixsense Advertising Coop » Post #2

Sun Sep 15, 2013 16:16 in General Talk

Well listen, you would probably spend your entire life posting here if you wanted to ask and/or
condemn/boast everything that is advertised at ClixSense.

As ClixSense states on site, it is not responsible for what is advertised here. I mean, truly, it
would be impossible for them to review every ad to a T that comes thru here. All they can do
is what they do....and that is, they do not allow certain types of blatant advertising such as
violence. All this is stated on the site.

Now with all that said, in regards to what you are asking which is it a scam or is it real, how the
heck would we know? We wouldn't.

With that said, is it realistic and is it achievable? Well of course it is. First of all, it is only $5 but
that does NOT mean you will get referrals. It means whatever it is, that it says....I am GUESSING
it says that for $5 it will place your referral link into a rotator and that it will place an ad at various
places such as free traffic exchanges, etc, and you might get a referral from it....but to be perfectable
sensible about it, you probably won't!

-How MANY people are in the rotator? 1, 2, 100, 10,000 ???
-WHERE is the page that is being advertised? Is it a specific page or is it simply the ClixSense replicated sites?
-WHERE is the page going to be advertised?
-HOW LONG does your link stay in rotation?
-WHO OWNS this?
-WHO MAINTAINS the page?
-WHAT type of rotator do the use? Sequential? Random? What?
-WHO HOSTS the page if it is not the CS replicated pages?
-What is the GUARANTEE?

I mean, seriously, you have to use something called GOOD OLD COMMON SENSE.

You want to blow 5 bucks and give it a try...go for it. No big deal. Ya might get something and ya probably won't.

You might ask yourself, WHAT CAN I DO ON MY OWN FOR 5 BUCKS TO GET REFERRALS?

-Do you think you might get more eyeballs on your page if you paid $5 to a traffic exchange?
-How about a local online newspaper site that sells banner placement?
-Maybe purchasing PTC adverts at another PTC?
-Maybe $5 worth of adverts on a GPT?

I would never ever call something a scam without proof.
The question you are asking is not a logical question.
What you should be asking is, is it worth it to pay someone you don't know $5 when you don't know
what rotator is being used, you don't know what page is being advertised, you don't know how long
your link stays in rotation, you don't know the guarantees, you don't know who owns it, etc etc etc
and would it be more to your advantage to buy advertising yourself straight at the horses mouth?

giant referrals » Post #2

Sat Sep 14, 2013 17:24 in General Talk

Well here is the thing about that........first you should look at who owns it and what it is running on.

If you would have taken a good look, you'd see it doesn't state who owns it and also you'd see it is
listed on a free hosting. Now I don't know about you or anyone else but I can tell you, I would
absolutely NEVER buy anything that is hosted on free hosting.

If you did not get what you paid for, and I assume you didn't, take the appropriate steps to get
your money back.

For starters, go to the free hosting company that person has hosted the site with and report him/her.

Second, go to the payment option ie paypal, and submit a contact notif reporting the site and that
you did not receive anything for your money. PayPal also has a phone number.

Received $401.78 no. 68 » Post #15

Sat Sep 14, 2013 10:07 in Payment Proofs

cdfan76 wrote: thanks valerie! I am actually doing everything you are except waiting to cash out. lately i am cashing out twice a week.

You're welcome but see, I don't cash out twice a week nor even weekly. As a norm, I cash out about
once every two or three months. Even years ago, I usually cashed out once a month. Of course every
one has the option to cash out twice a week if they want to using paypal or payza. For me, I'd prefer
to have a check which is only a month to month basis anyway. I also prefer to have a little bit more
of a substantial amount at one time.

Recently, ClixSense lowered the check processing fee from $1.50 to $1.00. Even at $1.50 that was
low and fair. Now it's even lower at $1.00.

KrypteriA.2013 » Post #2

Fri Sep 13, 2013 18:20 in Your Stats

You're zooming right along! Zoom Zoom Zoom! :D

Received payout very quick time » Post #2

Fri Sep 13, 2013 18:10 in Payment Proofs

I approved your post only because I want to tell you to ....

NEVER ever give out your paypal information or link to a paypal payment!!!!

Please read the information about how to post an image.

Read First - Guideline for Posting Payouts | ClixSense Forum

and

How to post a payment proof | ClixSense Forum

Purchasing Clixsense Referrals » Post #16

Fri Sep 13, 2013 17:28 in General Talk

clickcashonline wrote:
valerie wrote:
However, it was some what beneficial because out of those 1,000 subscribers, there
would always be a few people that were at least real, that really did read my ezine
and really did take me up on some offers.

i remember that weed out process you talked about in one of your post...

out of ALL my referrals there is only actually ONE referral working everyday on the tasks and offers consistently!

Yep.

I don't know what it is with people other than maybe they think a sack of money is
going to jump out of their computer at them when enrolling in programs online. :mrgreen:

Purchasing Clixsense Referrals » Post #14

Fri Sep 13, 2013 13:58 in General Talk

Years ago I published an online Ezine and I wanted subscribers of course.
There was a popular online company that sold subscribers. The price was
a bit hefty too for the era. I think I paid $200 for 1,000 subscribers.

From time to time, I would pay that and buy subscribers.

The problem was, my list was not double optin and most weren't at that time.

So for months and even years, I could be emailing people that did not even exist. :lol:
It was like talking to walls. HELLO WALL! :lol:

However, it was some what beneficial because out of those 1,000 subscribers, there
would always be a few people that were at least real, that really did read my ezine
and really did take me up on some offers.

Bottom line, it is also about cost and what it's worth to YOU not what its worth to someone else.

Purchasing Clixsense Referrals » Post #13

Fri Sep 13, 2013 13:52 in General Talk

Like Darkstar2 said.

Why would anyone sell referrals for anything? It doesn't make sense at all.
For starters, how in the heck could you sell referrals? A referral is not a referral
until the person is referred. If the person is referred, the person is no longer
a referral but a member or an affiliate. And if the member affiliate is a member
affiliate than he she cannot be a referral and therefore could not be sold unless
he she is a member of a site that sells referrals in which he she became a member
affiliate without a direct sponsor.

Now then if a person can sell referrals of which the web pages in discussion here
uses the word 'referrals' of course it would make no sense at all because we now
know, they absolutely cannot be referrals.

So we must deduce and ask ourself 'what is it the person is trying to sell me?'.
When you ask yourself that question there is only ONE feasible answer:

Leads

Ok now that we know it is possible that what is being sold is LEADS, then we
must review the price of the leads. After all, a REAL LEAD is worth at least
$25 or $50 on upwards.....for ONE lead.

So if the cost is only a few dollars for more than one lead, that tell's me that
what is being sold is NOT even leads.

What is being sold is either:

1: Bull shet
2: Junk

Received $401.78 no. 68 » Post #12

Fri Sep 13, 2013 13:42 in Payment Proofs

cdfan76 wrote: congrats valerie!! how do you make so much?? im trying to do as best as i can. any advice?

This recent cash out was for about 3 months. I usually cash out once every two or three months.
I think my largest cash out was just over $600.00.

You have to be rather persistent and have the time. Truly, it's not all about referrals here. Referrals
come and go but if you want to make money, you are here to stay.

So what I do, when I am online, I keep ClixSense open in a tab 24/7. I check for ads to view often
and I usually view about 30 to 50 ads per day. I attempt the Samplicio and the SSI surveys when
I see them at the top of the offers page. For example, I just completed one a few minutes ago that
was worth over $3.00. I also look a few times each day, at the clixoffers and the PeanutLab offers
to see if there is any new little offers in there I can do......today I did a couple of very simple ones,
one being worth 70 cents that took all of 1 minute of my time. In addition, I will view any videos
that may be available and so I check thru the various offers and click 'video' on those that offer it.

For the most part, I have not did tasks. However, yesterday I did start doing some tasks and will
probably attempt to do a few more from time to time.

Recently I set a moderate daily goal for myself. I do not always reach that goal but many times I
do exceed it.

My daily goal is $5.00. If I make $5 per day in ClixSense, that is $150.00 per month or $1,800 per year.
I find that having a daily goal online, in whatever you do, helps you to exceed your expectations and
you will make more money. It keeps me from getting lazy too. :mrgreen:

For example, if I make $4.60 in ClixSense today, I will NOT ignore the little 33 cent survey in PL
because I must meet my $5.00 goal. It's a mind game I play with myself that works for me.

My First Post » Post #2

Fri Sep 13, 2013 13:25 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard!

There ya go. Don't get overwhelmed because it is rather simplistic here.
All you need to do is read, take your time, start out with one aspect at a time.....such as
viewing ads. Then you can move on and do the clixgrid daily and see how that works.
After that, you might want to try doing some of the clixoffers, then some surveys, and
then onward to tasks.....

Lots of ways to make extra money here, just takes a little time to figure out how each
aspect works but nothing hard at all.

Received $401.78 no. 68 » Post #6

Fri Sep 13, 2013 08:14 in Payment Proofs

TasMail wrote: Val, Nice Job, don't spend it all in one place. ;)
You did a check? I see checks are now $1.00 fee, used to be $1.50. This is good news!!
:clap:

Yes, I most always do a check. Over all these years, I have only cashed out by paypal I think once
and payza a few times.

I noticed that too, the reduction of the check processing fee. :thumbup:
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