daejo wrote: Why doesn't clixsense offer to rent or sell referrals?Or even well established uplines should offer to help their downline.
It takes two to tangle.
Members can upgrade members in their downline. They can use funds they have earned,
to upgrade themselves and those they sponsor.
Personally, I have upgraded several members and you know what? I don't think any of
them are active members. Maybe one.
I really don't want to sound like an old meanie but, why the heck would anyone want to
help someone that won't help themselves? It's a waste of time and money.
The upgrade is only $17 for an entire year. I mean my gosh, that's laughable. Talking
about LESS than $1.42 a month. Now I tell ya, if I can't average more than a buck 42
a month, I might as well hang it up.
There is NO excuses in business. There really isn't. If you want to make money, YOU
work. You work by doing what it takes to make the money. You get out there and promote
wherever you can, whenever you can. You consistently check for ads to click, offers to do,
tasks, videos, and all the ways that ClixSense here has to offer.
It's almost stupid to upgrade someone based on simply because they joined under you.
The least the member that joins could do, is prove his/her worthiness by working and
being a productive member and an active member and one that visits the forums and
I keep my email address displayed to those I sponsor and I have it in my message too.
I think over the course of almost 8 years, I have had maybe less than 5 members
contact me. Out of the ones I upgraded, only one thanked me.
People don't even need a sponsor here, not really. There is an FAQ. There is the forum.
There is tons of help and tips here. I've never had 'help' from my sponsor. What the
heck would I need help from my sponsor for? I can read. I can navigate. My sponsor
told me about ClixSense, explained basically what it was, and I had the sense to read
the information, navigate, read the terms and policies, sign up, click on everything to
see what it was.
I guess I am just not one for excuses. I'm a doer.