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How To Win in ClixGrid - The Secret and Hint » Post #936

Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:31 in Success Stories

sudhirkoppikar wrote: Dear Valerie,

Quote:
'Due to programming coding, every so often, when someone views a ClixGrid ad, at random, a winner happens!
Making designs out of the squares will not help you win
Clicking in any specific squares, will not help you win'

Since programming selects winner at random, nobody knows when you click the right one, but visual designs gives little working satisfaction.

Random chances may be 5/600 squares or 1/600 squares or how much it is, not known and definitely these clicks would be earning returns for Clixsense. Hence this proposition of earning extra 5 points should be turned to earning 0.01 clixcents. Otherwise clixgrid is a very poor returns task, and can be played if one has time on hand. I am getting disappointed, feel like doing it only if I get qualified for BONUS.

My success is 4/2500.

I want to urge that 'CLIXGRID' needs to look into their reward policy.

Can't you understand that the clixgrid is an optional service in which the advertiser can buy
ads to be placed there and that members can click 20 ads there daily to qualify for the free
daily checklist bonus and the possibility of luck winning some small amount in the grid?

I can't figure out what is so difficult that some members have a tough time understanding
what it is or how it works.

I have no idea what you are talking about in regards to design and random and squares and
chances in the squares, etc.

If you don't want to qualify for a free daily checklist bonus, and you don't want to try your
luck at winning some small snippet of earnings, don't bother with it. I sure wouldn't bother
with it if it tore me up so much I had to think about designs and squares and randomness
of squares.....it does NOT have anything to do with squares or design.

10 cents for 1 cent Tasks » Post #3

Thu Nov 21, 2013 09:02 in General Talk

ancient350 wrote: Now there are around 150,000 tasks of 1 cent each where online workers have to classify it is an article or not and who is the author of the article.

If you consider inflation/price rise because of money printing from Obama admin then online workers must get 7 cents to 10 cents for each task.

I knew it! I just knew it! These tasks prices are all Obama's fault!

At 3 am window between the spirit world & our worl » Post #13

Thu Nov 21, 2013 08:58 in General Talk

Yes I can get up at a near specific time without an alarm clock.
For example if I know I need to get up at 5am, I will wake up at least near that time.

However, there is nothing mysterious about that. It's a function of the human brain.
Like riding a bike. Once you learn how to ride a bike, you always know how to ride a
bike.

Take a child for example. A child that does not know how to ride a bike. The child
is too young. Tell the same child to wake up at 5am and the child will not wake at
that time. Why? Because it is not learned yet.

Even before we are adults, we experience many things and these are learned by the
brain. We understand a clock, hours, time frames.

Now take a child at Christmas. He knows that in the morning will be Christmas.
Doesn't the child wake very early? Yes.

There is nothing mysterious about getting up at a time you need to get up. It's simply
learned by the brain and we can control many processes that go thru the brain.

I still don't understand the ghost at 3am. If there is a ghost at 3am, I hope that it
will bring some goodies with it, like a big heavy sack of money.

Toughest riddle ! » Post #7

Thu Nov 21, 2013 07:54 in General Talk

I get what you're saying but I still don't get where the extra dollar is.

If you add the spend, it still comes to $50.

You go in the store and you take out a $50 bill to pay for $20 worth of product.
You get a 20 dollar bill and a 10 dollar bill in change.

Now you go to a gas station and get gas that comes to $20. You pay with the 20.

You've got $10 left and you go to a hot dog stand and buy $10 worth of dogs.

Now you have $0 left.

Oh......Ok.....I see.

Well......how do I get my money back for them hot dogs?

Quereis » Post #2

Thu Nov 21, 2013 07:47 in General Talk

All you do is read the instructions and then do as it instructs.

Toughest riddle ! » Post #5

Wed Nov 20, 2013 20:46 in General Talk

Ok just because you spend money does not mean you don't get money back.

The confusion is in the addition since each side seems correct.

At 3 am window between the spirit world & our worl » Post #8

Wed Nov 20, 2013 20:42 in General Talk

Ok, why is it 3am and not 2am and what about time zone difference?

Toughest riddle ! » Post #2

Wed Nov 20, 2013 16:37 in General Talk

gvrajans wrote: Toughest riddle ??!!

I have $ 50.

Spend__________Balance
20______________30
15______________15
9______________ 6
6______________ 0
-----------------------------
50______________ 51
-----------------------------
How is this balance of $ 1 ?

Well lets see. Ya got $50. Add up your spends left column = $50 Add up your balance right column = $51

Ok now lets see......ya got $50 and you spend $20 so that would of course leave you with $30.

Now you spend $15 which is half of the $30 so you have $15.

You spend $9 out of the $15 would leave $6 balance.
But then you spend that $6 and you would have nothing left.

My gosh, this is hair pulling!!! :shock:

Well, all I can think of is, you already had $1 in your pocket.

At 3 am window between the spirit world & our worl » Post #6

Wed Nov 20, 2013 16:29 in General Talk

What if your heart doesn't have a closest person and you got to pee?

Processing fee » Post #3

Wed Nov 20, 2013 06:09 in General Talk

Are you talking about PayPal processing fee, PayZa processing fee, or what?

Valerie - It's not Christmas yet » Post #7

Wed Nov 20, 2013 06:06 in General Talk

Ya, Christmas has become more of a sales thing than Christ birthday. It's rather sad, actually.

They start placing some Christmas items in the stores at Halloween (Oct. 31st) but even way
before then, there is always those urgency displays for Christmas. The home shopping sites
are good about creating Christmas frenzies in the summer.....they usually have just that....
'Christmas in July' specials. It's truly become insane.

Then of course there is Black Friday which is the day after ThanksGiving which is considered
the biggest shopping day of the year. This year, I hear it's going to be even crazier with some
stores being open all day and all night and even on Thanksgiving day.

Furthermore, they already have all kinds of specials right now online, early Black Friday deals
they call it.

In the USA, many people put their Christmas tree up at Thanksgiving or right after Thanksgiving
day and keep it up til after New Years. I think that so odd because who celebrates their own
birthday for over a month?

When I was a kid, the Christmas tree went up a few days before Christmas. Some presents
were put under the tree during those days but most went under the tree, the night before
Christmas morning. The tree stayed up til the day after New Years. I have pretty much kept
up that tradition all my life.

I guess one major reason why we did not keep a tree up for weeks on end, when I was kid,
is because we always had a LIVE tree. We kept water at the base but it doesn't take long for
the needles to begin falling off.

At 3 am window between the spirit world & our worl » Post #2

Tue Nov 19, 2013 15:26 in General Talk

I do but I think it's because I have to pee.

Valerie - It's not Christmas yet » Post #2

Tue Nov 19, 2013 15:23 in General Talk

HaHa!

It's mighty close. :xrazz:

I hope all of you are ok » Post #11

Tue Nov 19, 2013 13:06 in Filipino

I think there needs to be some thing else and I think it needs to be set up very soon.

What I am saying is, we are living in bad weather times. We don't know what or where
it will happen next. Sure there are organizations like RedCross but it is not enough. Not
now with all the world bad weather conditions.

The world needs something in which every working man and every working woman, must
give out of paycheck a dollar or some small amount, that it go into international aide for
weather destruction areas.

I Don't Want Any More Clixsense Referrals » Post #4

Tue Nov 19, 2013 08:52 in General Talk

That's because you focus on quantity instead of quality. You go blindly into advertising.
You probably advertised the ClixSense site. You probably explained little to nothing. You
probably did not qualify your lead before they joined.

People will sign up for anything. People sign up to stuff left and right all day long. People
want a free ride. People think they will get something for nothing. People also get discouraged
quickly. People don't know how things work.

Bottomline, use common sense, place the money where it will do the most good, stop thinking
in terms of numbers and think in terms of people.

We Miss u SACHIN TENDULKAR !! » Post #6

Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:08 in General Talk

It's always wonderful to have athletes in the world.

There's an abundance to be said for it in regards to the good. Whether it be football,
baseball, gymnastics, hockey, tennis, weight lifting, etc.

It is thru the aspiring and the great athletes in which so much is formed. Little things
like hope and understanding, world peace and bringing nations together if only for a
few hours.

It relays to youth they can be anything they want to be if they work hard enough.

where is togo ? » Post #2

Mon Nov 18, 2013 07:34 in General Talk

Togo is a country in West Africa.

18/11 - My Birthday » Post #5

Mon Nov 18, 2013 06:30 in General Talk

Happy B.D.!

Over moderated!!! » Post #2

Mon Nov 18, 2013 06:29 in General Talk

You can call it whatever you want and if you have a complaint on a moderator,
take it to the ClixSense administration by submitting a support ticket through
the Helpdesk.

By the way, praising ClixSense is one thing since this IS ClixSense but comparing
it and discussing other programs that are down, has absolutely nothing to do with
ClixSense. So please refrain from posting about other programs.

Counting to 10,000 » Post #1701

Sun Nov 17, 2013 16:42 in General Talk

10,000


Oh gosh this has been so much fun but now the count is reached. The End.
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