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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:

CrowdFlower Community Team » Post #2

Tue Jun 02, 2015 16:49 in Member Introduction

Welcome Aboard!

Payment question » Post #21

Sun May 31, 2015 17:10 in General Talk

I have a couple of the gameboys. Right after I bought the latest gameboy a couple years ago
at Christmas, they came out with the 3D gameboy. I don't have the 3D. I like the 'Zelda' games
and 'Tetris'. I have maybe 15 or 20 of the little various games. I'll go months without playing with
it and then take it out and play with it for a week and put it away again. I some times play the
Mario games on it also.

The games can be addicting. I remember in the 70's how pinball machines were very addictive.
I have an ex brother in law that would play those things nightly for hours on end. Everyone
thought he'd have brain damage. :lol: He turned out just fine, has a great life, etc. I have
an ex sister in law that played pac man every chance she got which was half the day every day.
She turned out fine.

When tv started going strong, people were afraid of their children watching it. They thought
their kids would go nuts!

It's like an old woman said once......'that boy has bad brains!'.

In other words, almost everyone can watch superman and know it is make believe. Unfortunately,
someone with bad brains comes along and takes it to heart at a theater.

Referrals » Post #8

Sun May 31, 2015 16:54 in General Talk

I mean that some people are either fooled into thinking they will make hundreds
of dollars weekly here or they are fooled into thinking it is something else.

What I am saying, you need to be honest with people, explain exactly how it works
and exactly what their potential would be. So yes, if you simply display the image,
they might join, click a few ads and never return. They'll either forget about even
joining, or not see it beneficial to return. And, for some people it isn't beneficial for
them because its NOT what they WANT.

The key is to always give people what they want.

Me to Eskimo:

Me- Hey Eskimo, I got a cup of ice for you and it's only $0.10.
Eskimo- What, ya crazy, I need a heater, not ice!

Me- Hey Eskimo, I got a nice heater that will keep your igloo nice
and warm all year and it's only $1,000.
Eskimo- I'll get my check book!

Therefore, it's best to always explain what you have and those that are interested
will go for it.

I see so often people saying:

BEST PTC, go here and join, I am making lots of money.

Well, many people out there don't even know what a PTC is.

So although your banner advert is nice, it's not doing the complete job. YOU have to
complete it by explaining further how you made the money, exactly what you did and
how they can do the same.

Payment question » Post #14

Sun May 31, 2015 10:16 in General Talk

Gaming.......I think much of it is like anything else. Depends on the person. Probably depends on
other things too such as where you're located and what activities are available to you.

As a kid, I grew up in Chicago land. Although I was physically active, I stayed inside more so. There
was school and sleep which consumed most of a kids day. The weather would be so cold in the winter,
a kid could trudge around outside for about ten minutes til his/her eye lashes froze....and believe me,
they did.

A lot of time was spent inside watching tv, cartoons and such. Also, I was an avid comic book reader.
There was toys to play with like talking to the barbie doll or watching a slinky fall down the steps. Boys
could always lay on the bed and toss a football in the air or push a plastic trunk across the floor.

There was the little paddle and ball. That would give the arm a good work out, I suppose.

It's just another generation and I am thrilled I have lived to be a part of it. I think video games,
is fine and they are fun. Like everything else, you got to know when to quit for the day and
not allow it to control those nasty cigarettes.

Referrals » Post #6

Sun May 31, 2015 09:44 in General Talk

@hamsou73 that's a good idea. You know what I'd do? I'll tell you. :lol:

I'd take that image and make it a tad larger
I'd then place it on my own web page
I'd then explain step by step exactly what YOU need to do to make the money

What's a TASK?
What do you mean VIEWING ADS?
What the heck is a CLICK?
Offer? What kind of Offer?
Whats a checklist......I have a grocery that what you mean?

So you see, people see your image and that tells them YOU made $16 for doing something ..... and so they might join......after they join, they don't know what to do......and so they figure some of it out and click an ad a few days.....visit the forum and feel overwhelmed.....and then they stop being active.

You're best bet is to always place yourself in the shoes of a newbie.

Referrals » Post #3

Sun May 31, 2015 06:37 in General Talk

I have a good handful of direct referrals compared to over 1,000 directs I referred over the years.
In fact, even in that handful, many of those are ones that joined with me years ago.

I've been very busy offline the past few years but even so, I will place my ref link in a traffic exchange
every so often and gain another referral or two.

Most referrals are not going to stay the duration. This is due to many things:

-they're interested in selling not buying (in other words, they're more interested in promoting some-
thing else

-they don't understand nor do they want to take the time to understand, how they can make money
here, not just cents

-it's not their cup of tea.....they don't like viewing ads, surveys, offers, tasks

-they're still looking for the pie in the sky

-they're offline presence over shadows their time online-----they got a new job, moved, got married, etc

There's an enormous amount of reasons why people don't stick around. That's why I always say, you
shouldn't focus on the numbers. That is such a stupid saying that I have gotten sick of hearing over
the years 'numbers game'. NO it is not a numbers game......NOT if you want to make money. Instead,
it's a serious procedure to gain friends and associates with like minded interests. And that's called......


If you don't target the market it's like selling ice to eskimo's.

Do not lie to people. It won't do you any good to do so. What I am referring to is it's best to
have your own web page, blog, etc and explain exactly how your offer works and exactly how
much potential is in it for them. That way, those people that want the pie in the sky will move
onward and those that want to feed their families, have extra money for Christmas, have hard
work ethics, will join and at least use the system for awhile even if its not the duration.

Help me please? » Post #3

Sun May 31, 2015 06:18 in General Talk

It might help to read in the 'Task' sub forum and the 'Offers' sub forum.
Be sure to read the sticky topics which are the topics at the top of those sub forums.

What is your PC System config ? » Post #9

Thu May 28, 2015 10:47 in General Talk

duplicate topic

spamming forum with same topic

topic closed

Question regarding web traffic » Post #4

Mon May 25, 2015 16:08 in General Talk

They advertise.

Question regarding web traffic » Post #2

Mon May 25, 2015 07:06 in General Talk

It's garbage for the most part and it's also against ClixSense rules to purchase referrals......because they also know it's garbage.

In regards to google adwords campaign, you don't need to pay anyone else. You can do that yourself but I will tell you it can be very expensive and only placing a few bucks towards it, can be a waste of time and money.

Memorial Day » Post #2

Mon May 25, 2015 07:03 in General Talk

Thanks Dave.

Thinking how to transfer your Clixsense income? » Post #4

Sat May 23, 2015 21:23 in General Talk

Fort189 wrote: Daily i am getting some 60$. It is accumulating in my account. I am not understand what to do with the amount. Accumulation and accumulation..I want to establish my own website..can anybody suggest me anything. ?Handful of dollars in hand..but not work ..becoming idle day by day..

Why don't you post in the 'India' sub-forum here as they would be most likely to help you in regards to payment processors. The options for payout, also appear in your profile.

Thinking how to transfer your Clixsense income? » Post #2

Sat May 23, 2015 11:24 in General Talk

Its real simple.

Instead of posting links here, go over and sign up by reading and following the instructions.

After you enroll there, you can choose that option (if it is displayed as an option) in your ClixSense account for payouts.

Lock it » Post #22

Sat May 23, 2015 06:33 in General Talk

dukuntekno wrote:
AlienMommy wrote: Yep, I haven't looked again but I remember someone posting they reversed the login, too. So, the mandatory stays?

Not right. :( And certainly not necessary.

And I'm still boycotting. And spreading the word. ;)

from my understanding, fb login only needed once in a while (maybe a month), not everytime you login to your dashboard or perform a task (as long as its cookies on our system and not outdated). if your IP changed*, you have to login using FB again.
*only if a complete different IP set (carrier or locals) used. changing from 62.123.x.x to 62.121.x.x will not require fb login

What you are referring to is 'sessions'. Same goes with ClixSense or most websites. For example,
you might log into ClixSense and not need to log in again for several days. However, when the
sessions expire, you'll need to log in again.

'Sessions' has nothing to do with the topic at hand. The topic is concerning members being forced
to have a Facebook account and being forced to log into their Facebook account to to access the
task program CrowdFlower. CrowdFlower still has their Facebook information and they are still
forced to have a Facebook account in order to do tasks.
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