compared to the old way.....
Members, in an effort to provide you with an opportunity to earn more commissions with ClixSense, we are enhancing our affiliate signup commissions for all members. With our old commission structure only premium members earned a $0.50 signup commission once their affiliate has earned $1.00 in PTC ad clicks.
As you can see, before today Oct. 1st, 2013, free members did not earn a sign up commission when they enrolled a direct referral. Premium members only earned $0.50 sign up commission but only AFTER their sign up made a DOLLAR in PTC AD CLICKS. Well, you know it takes awhile to make a dollar just viewing ads.
With the new commission structure all members can now earn from their affiliate signups as follows:
With the old, only premium members got the sign up commission. Now ALL can.
Standard members will now earn $0.50 for each affiliate that has earned a total* of at least $10.00 from his activity.
Premium members will now earn $1.00 for each affiliate that has earned a total* of at least $5.00 from his activity.
WOW! Now free members can earn a sign up commission too and make $0.50 after their direct referral has accumulated ten dollars of activity.
Good golly miss molly! Now premium members make $1.00 sign up commission after their directs have accumulated just $5.00 in activity.
This is way better because now members can earn more plus, it is no longer limited to only viewing ads!
* This includes earnings from approved Offers, Tasks and PTC Clicks only. This does not include commissions, bonuses and prizes such as ClixGrid and the Daily Checklist Bonus.
See! Everything counts EXCEPT of course the clixgrid and daily bonus.
We are also making this retroactive for all active members, meaning we will be crediting you with signup commissions for all of your active referrals who have met the above criteria.
Retroactive! WoW! Retroactive means it counts from way back when.
In other words, they go back and will look at your active referrals and if they have made the amounts stated above, they will give you the new sign up commission dollars. YIPPEEE!
Another change we have made is there is no longer the $100 limit on sales commissions per referral on premium accounts, and the standard accounts commission limit was upped from $50.00 to $100.00.
Hot dam and call me Sam! I've been wanting this for soooo long here.
What this means primarily is when your direct referrals purchase advertising.
Now free members can earn twice as much on their direct referrals purchases. Free members get up to $100 per referral purchases.
Premium members now have NO limit on sales commissions. This means you'll always be able to earn a commission from your direct referrals purchases.....ALWAYS! Just think if you have a direct referrals in there purchasing advertising every week or even every day!
Hope this helps you understand the update.
rankokit wrote: I've read your post this morning before watching the episode and stopped as soon as I've seen "BreakingBad, ended sort of like.." I would of been fine anyhow you didn't give away anything
Don't know about the spin off I think will be only about Saul and his life before he met Walt but who knows, it's produced by the same team that did Breaking Bad and they might pick up where they left off.
As soon as it finished all I could think was where is the money. I have a feeling that we have to watch the new show to find out that
baibhav8421 wrote: Is there any one who wanna claim as highest earner of all time ? otherwise I am going to declare Valerie as a winner.
rankokit wrote: Just finished watching now and hmmm... I wanted something more . Expected Heisenberg to return but instead we got the same quiet Walt like it was in the last few episodes . All in all a good final episode
cutiekids12 wrote: Hey can i join this topic!I like old movies like Bonanza,Raw hide,Andy griffith,and I love Lucy
rankokit wrote:valerie wrote: I have a 'Smart TV' that is still in the box. I guess it may not be too smart by the time I take
it out of the box and hook it up. I'm not sure how much different it will be, if any, then my
other tv's connecting to box's such as Roku.
Its just like any other tv except it has some new programs and lets you do all kind of stuff or at least this is what the guy that sold me the tv told me. To be honest it's just a normal tv with bits added and renamed "Smart" but it's not that smart , took me ages to connect my xbox and bluray player