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Yes we have....Today..... » Post #10

Mon Jul 23, 2012 18:19 in General Talk

Yes, we have pizza! We have pizza today!

Bweeble » Post #3

Mon Jul 23, 2012 18:16 in General Talk

:lol:

I don't know why but I joined it several days ago when it launched.

It functions like a safe list. You get tons of emails every day...which go to my spam folder and eventually
get deleted.

I want to say that most people do not read that type of email any more. However, it really wouldn't be
for me to say that. I'd just be taking a guess.

Neither did I have any idea they would send a ton of messages daily. I figured it functioned a bit like a
list builder in that it would limit the number of emails you receive each day to 10 or some such as that.

For the most part, I am not into those kinds of things. In my opinion, safe lists and list builders are pretty
much dead in the water. Very old hat, if you will.

One thing I did notice after CS submittal of it, is that there are a lot of messages with the word 'ClixSense'
in the title. :lol: I think members that utilize such a program need a little education in subject lines.

ClixGrid » Post #2

Mon Jul 23, 2012 08:07 in General Talk

Click in the clixgrid.

Yes we have....Today..... » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 13:01 in General Talk

How it works:

You state something you have today. I'll go first. :D

Yes, we have cold sweet ice tea. We have cold sweet ice tea, today.

TIP: Classified Ads » Post #3

Sun Jul 22, 2012 12:59 in General Talk

The purpose of tips is to help you in gaining referrals.

TIP: Highlite, Images, Bold - Do it! » Post #3

Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:32 in General Talk

Generally, YES. But keep in mind, google spiders are not stupid. They know good traffic from bad traffic.

This is again, why I state your starting point is your ending point. Because it is a very good idea to advertise
that page, where ever you can. Traffic exchanges, etc. Once you get some good info going on your starting
point, you should start advertising it. It's not always what you will get from the ad. It's always what you will
get down the road as a result of your actions.

TIP: Highlite, Images, Bold - Do it! » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:21 in General Talk

On your starting point site, don't get carried away with repetitive words.
Learn what the search engines want and give it to them.

Don't go overboard but do use tools such as highlighting a targeted word, bolding font in a word or sentence, using
italics, posting images.

Example:

BAD: You'll like ClixSense because you can make free money. I make free money at ClixSense. Everyone makes
free money at ClixSense. We all like free money. We can make free money at ClixSense. Just go to ClixSense and
sign up to make free money at ClixSense.

GOOD: You'll like ClixSense (put your ref link behind this word), because you can make free money. People in most areas of the world are realizing how they can make income online with this simple system. Enrollment is easy and all you need to do is log in after you enroll to get started. View some payout images below:

Of course, I am not posting images here. Thought I better come back and state that or someone will be looking for the images. The example is giving you an idea of how you should be using fonts and colors, underling, etc, for your content. Don't go overboard! Dressing up your content will keep the reader/viewer on your page longer. It will also grab the viewers eye to the content that you want him/her to focus on. It does much more because google likes when you do that too which may result in higher search engine placement.

TIP: Create a Starting Point » Post #5

Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:12 in General Talk

thegreatgeno wrote: Yeah, I figured that's why so many PTC blogs type like they're talking to a slow child. (more keywords to be higher up in google)

"Making money online is a good thing, if you want to make money online, you should follow the process that I used to make money online, if you follow the right steps in my "Making money online" guide, you too will soon make money online."

Believe me, you do not want to do that. Google does not like it. You want solid content but you don't want to be that repetitive. See my next tip.

TIP: Hype or Not? » Post #5

Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:06 in General Talk

Yes, I know what you meant. I was elaborating on what you said.

TIP: Create a Starting Point » Post #3

Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:04 in General Talk

Remember I said your starting point is your ending point.

Many people create blogs but not everyone is creating a blog about ClixSense.
Some that do, give up before they really get started.
You want to have your blog or website, that is your starting point, to always be your number 1 web arena.
Kind of like your kitchen in your house. You need to go into your kitchen every day for food and drink, to
survive and live. Well if you have a blog or website, think of it as your kitchen, your food, your prosperity.

Just like with your kitchen, it must be restocked. You don't allow your kitchen to become idle. You have
to go to the grocery and get more food. Same goes with the blog/website. You have to keep it stocked
with content, links, information, payment proofs, funny stories, and try to relate it to all those hungry
people out there.

Don't look at your blog/website as anything else. Just think of it as your kitchen that needs restocked
on a regular basis. It will go in the search engines, everything does. But since you keep it stocked, it
will climb in the search engines and it will appear in more and more places in the search engines. The
more you stock it, the longer you keep it, people will find it.

TIP: Hype or Not? » Post #3

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:56 in General Talk

Well you know there are many ways people make money online.

I will say that usually the people that make thousands of dollars online are people that:

-Own a company
-Developed a product
-Offer a wanted service
-Discovered a strategy
-Invested a lot of money
-Have huge targeted lists
-Own a worthy program
-Strong Resellers (affiliate marketing, eBay, etc)

In the PTC world, you are correct in that often people will state what they've been paid, but they don't
state what they have spent. Same goes with the HYIP and all that kind of stuff. It's kind of funny when
I read some of the ads for making 2% per day that display the thousands of dollars they've been paid.
The funny thing is, they don't always tell you how much they have invested. I would not hesitate to say,
many of those investors getting paid big money, are still in the hole.

TIP: Get that Redirect » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:45 in General Talk

A redirect is a shortened url that is exchanged for another url which is usually longer.

Example:

Url: mygotsomewheretodayfor.net/andyoume/comeonnow4evercre/bla.do
Redirect: The above url takes the person to the same site but it is shortened to urlshort.wa/dowadee

The above are examples only and not to be clicked.

By using short redirects, you:

-Create curiosity

TIP: Classified Ads » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:40 in General Talk

There's a list of them here some where.
Get them, use each one. As you use each one, post it on a section of your 'Starting Point'.
You might call that on your 'Starting Point', 'Classified Ad Listings'. You can do this by creating a specific page, on
your 'Starting Point' or you could even do it by run off listing across the bottom of a category on your starting page.

Example Category:

See my listing here of Free Classified Ad Websites'.

Example RunOff:

best class ad, my class ads, a1ads, ...................etc etc etc

The links will help you in the search engines.

TIP: Create a Starting Point » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:35 in General Talk

We all know ClixSense is popular and has been viewed by millions. We also should realize that there are millions of people that have never heard of ClixSense. Still, when you advertise the main page of ClixSense without any type of intro, you are probably barking up a dead horses tail.

Work smarter, not harder.

Create your starting point by creating a page, utilizing a blog (you can get a free blog).

Your starting point should always be your ending point. That's why your own website, own page, or own blog, is an excellent idea. It is this page that you will return to time and time again. It's yours. It is this page you can always
connect to. It is this page that will go into the search engines. It is this page that will always work for you even
while you sleep, even in all the years that lay ahead. This page is your ending point because you always end with
it. Every time you get a payout, you go to it and post about your payout.

No matter what you do, keep this starting point, forever.

TIP: Hype or Not? » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:27 in General Talk

Hype or Not?

Bad: Sign up here and make thousands this month
Good: Sign up here and make money
Best: Sign up here and make a lot of money

Hype is good if you do it in an honest way. In the example above, notice what I consider the best of the three.
It says make a lot of money. That's kind of hype isn't it? Yep it is but it's good hype. What is a lot of money?
As you can see, the best one is not a lie. The first one is a hype lie. The second one is truthful but boring. The
third one is good hype.

TIP: Strong not Weak » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:22 in General Talk

Be strong in your promos, not weak. Command!

Bad: I think this will work for you because I am making a little money here
Good: I know this will work for you and you will make money here

Bad: Give this a try and I think you will enjoy it
Good: Do this. You will enjoy it.

TIP: You not I and not me » Post #1

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:18 in General Talk

Use the YOU and stop using the I words.

Example:

Bad: I made this much money
Good: You can make this much money

Bad: This is easy for me
Good: This is easy for you

Are Traffic Exchange sites viable ways to get refs » Post #7

Sun Jul 22, 2012 09:14 in General Talk

That's what I call 'backwards marketing'.

Traffic Exchanges are simply another tool for gaining referrals and can work if you know how to use them.

The one thing I don't suggest, is surfing for hours day in and day out in a traffic exchange.
Your time can be put to better use.

The first thing you want to do is gain referrals to the traffic exchange. There are various ways you can do this.
One idea is to create a page and list two or three traffic exchanges. Explain a tad of info about each and what
the user gets at each. You can then advertise that page any where, and in the traffic exchanges. Now that
you have gained some referrals, you'll be getting credits on the fly. You can then apply those credits to whatever
else you are wanting to advertise.....clixsense.

THE UGLY GRABBER:
Placing your clixsense ref page may be more difficult to gain referrals. Instead, try going CRAZY! Because today,
in traffic exchanges, calm and good does not cut the mustard. You've got to grab their attention and you can do
that by being bold and bazaar. Go find some polka dot and stripe background images. Make your page so weird,
that a person would be blind not to look. Keep the content brief. Displays payout proofs no matter how small.

THE BRIEF GRABBER:
No background color. Keep it white. Simply state something like a one or two page sentence with a clickable
link. I MAKE FREE MONEY HERE EVERY DAY.

In traffic exchanges, ya got to pretty much grab what you can get. If you want to target specific areas of the
world, you got to think about those people that reside in those areas of the world and what they want...and
create your page accordingly.

what a joke!!! seriously guys wake up » Post #7

Sun Jul 22, 2012 08:53 in General Talk

You know what....I don't do surveys when I don't have the time to do them.

There's stuff you have to contend with in most every industry out there. It's no different in the daily surveys.

Thus far, I have earned over $200.00 doing the offers/surveys here at ClixSense. I'd have to say that over 95%
of those earnings are from daily surveys. There are times a survey won't credit after completing it. There are
also times when you have a lot of pre qualification questions to answer. There are also times when it only takes
seconds to a very few minutes to complete a survey.

The other day there was 5 or 6 videos to watch that paid 2 cents each. I watched each one but I also posted after
each one and gained 3 new referrals to my ClixSense.

Recently I did a survey that took me all of 30 seconds to do, and made one dollar.

There are times that surveys are very brief, simple and easy to do.

For me, it all pans out. Sure, some may end up being a waste of time that do not credit. But another I do may
be worthy of my time. If I got mad or threw my hands up and did not do them, I'd be less $200 in my pocket.

That's why I do them when I know I have time to do them. That's why I do them on my coffee time or my
foodie time or when I am fiddling around not doing anything else. To me, it's not a waste of time per se since
I wasn't really doing anything else anyway.

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #39

Sat Jul 21, 2012 22:32 in General Talk

What's an 'Indian burger'? Are those little bitty burgers like White Castles?
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