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Buying/Renting Referrals » Post #33

Sat Jan 28, 2012 14:36 in General Talk

I played around early this morn doing some tasks and made 18 cents. Might sound silly at first but
if a member made just 20 cents a day from dong tasks, $6 dollars a month. I'd say the tasks really
vary in that maybe some days there won't be as many tasks to do as other days. I know one member
has already made about $5 just doing the tasks...within 24 hours or so.

Anyone do Canning? » Post #8

Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:26 in General Talk

Kathy I had originally posted the vinegar and water amount incorrect in the recipe above.
Here is the exact recipe from the site.

Ingredients
1 medium head cabbage

1 large carrot

1 green pepper

1 small onion

1 tsp. salt

Syrup

1 cup vinegar

¼ cup water

2 cups sugar

1 tsp celery seeds

1 tsp mustard seeds

Directions
Shred together vegetables. Add the salt. Let stand 1 hour.

Drain water from vegetables. Boil syrup ingredients

together for 1 minute. Cool.

Add syrup to vegetables. Pack into quart jars and process

in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes, or put into freezer

containers and freeze. Leftovers may be frozen. This slaw

may be drained before use and mayonnaise added, or used as is.

04/19/08 used 6 bags coleslaw mix with carrots. Added one

large red bell pepper, diced, and one medium sweet onion,

diced. Tripled the syrup, but double may have been enough.

9 pints.

About talks!!! » Post #8

Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:18 in General Talk

Create a video and use that beautiful French accent of your's to explain ClixSense.
You'd probably get some sign ups.

Nothing more eloquent in speech than the French, in my opinion and I think many
others would agree.

About talks!!! » Post #2

Sat Jan 28, 2012 11:47 in General Talk

Buying/Renting Referrals » Post #29

Sat Jan 28, 2012 11:36 in General Talk

I'm not sure Monica if there is such a place that you can buy real referrals that would
truly be active members. There are programs will pay the member an incentive for enrolling
in a program, but unfortunately, the member is only interested in making that incentive and
therefore often does not become an active member.

Still there are members that say traffic exchanges are no good but I really do beg to differ.
Just yesterday or maybe it was the day before, a new member I sponsored from a traffic
exchange, upgraded to premium.

You know, really, that has always been the case as in 'IF I could just not have to do anything
and gain lots of referrals, I'd be so happy'. And that is what programs out there play on, selling
referrals, offering incentives to people that will sign up, etc. The real people making the money
is the people that are doing the selling.

I think maybe I'll do a walk a long post and see if I can't get us some referrals.

Buying/Renting Referrals » Post #24

Sat Jan 28, 2012 10:24 in General Talk

That's interesting but I am not sure your post should be allowed. You're discussing a program in
detail that has nothing to do with ClixSense. Admin may delete it.

Links are not allowed in the forum, it does not matter if it is a clickable link or not. I had to
remove that.

Buying/Renting Referrals » Post #22

Sat Jan 28, 2012 10:14 in General Talk

To make the best money with ClixSense :

-Upgrade to premium
-Click the ads every day as often as you can
-You may want to install the ClixSense toolbar
-Do the tasks as your time allows
-Sponsor others

You can see the comparison chart inside your ClixSense member area in regards
to earnings for standard members versus premium members.

You can't go soley on what others say or display. If a member is saying and really
making $50 a day, how much profit is that member really making? If he has
spent a lot of money on expensive referrals, paid money for advertising, it could
be he is not in profit at all.

It's just all about what you want to do and the math involved. Do you really want
to pay for expensive referrals that are probably mostly junk? Do you really want to
wish upon a star that the program lasts long enough for you to make some bit of
good return on the money you spend?

No matter what you do, be sure to take a very strong look around ClixSense because
you can make very good extra earnings here without constantly spending money on
expensive ref packages.

Tumeric - Asian's may know something we don't » Post #3

Sat Jan 28, 2012 09:41 in General Talk

I think it's very interesting. I will be using lots of turmeric.

No matter where we live, we all have things in common with each other. :P

ClixGrid - $1 » Post #2

Sat Jan 28, 2012 01:00 in Success Stories

WOW! Congratulations! :thumbup:

ClixGrid » Post #25

Sat Jan 28, 2012 00:57 in General Talk

Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane
I can see the red tail lights heading for Romania
Oh and I can see Daniel waving goodbye
God it looks like Daniel, must be the clouds in my eyes

They say Romania is pretty, though I've never been
Well Daniel says it's the best place that he's ever seen
Oh and he should know, he's been there enough
Lord I miss Daniel, oh I miss him so much

Daniel my brother you are older than me
Do you still feel the pain of the scars that won't heal
Your eyes have died, but you see more than I
Daniel you're a star in the face of the sky

Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane
I can see the red tail lights heading for Romania
Oh and I can see Daniel waving goodbye
God it looks like Daniel, must be the clouds in my eyes
Oh God it looks like Daniel, must be the clouds in my eyes

:P

Seriously danielapopescu, you don't have to click the clixgrid ads. There are many members that
enjoy it and every day there are members that win. Perhaps you might prefer doing the new 'Tasks'
that was just implemented.

My 1st payment » Post #4

Sat Jan 28, 2012 00:47 in Payment Proofs

I do congratulate you on your payout and that was the correct image. :P

However, I have removed the image because it displays your email address and your transaction ID numbers.
For your security, I removed it.

Be sure to edit the transaction id numbers and your email address out of payment images received before
posting.

My 1st payment » Post #2

Sat Jan 28, 2012 00:11 in Payment Proofs

The image you posted is not a cash out image from ClixSense.

MY clix record » Post #2

Fri Jan 27, 2012 22:35 in Your Stats

Looks like your code is a little messed up.

Anyone do Canning? » Post #6

Fri Jan 27, 2012 18:24 in General Talk

I can remember getting eat up by mosquitos when I would pick the blackberries.
I guess they must draw a lot of bugs. It was a wild blackberry patch. I think many years ago
there had been a house there. It was just wild and you'd have to walk thru the brush to get
to it. Wonder I did not get snake bit. I think I did get some chiggers too. About all you can do
for chiggers is smother them. We use to take fingernail polish and put over our bites. It did the
trick.

You're welcome. :D

i have completed 100 tasks » Post #5

Fri Jan 27, 2012 18:19 in Success Stories

I have tried a few but don't seem to do them well enough to earn anything yet.

Just think if you do that every day! $4 x 30 = $120.00 :$

Oh gosh, you're already motivating me. Maybe I will get a fresh start tomorrow and see if I can
get into it. :P

Tumeric - Asian's may know something we don't » Post #1

Fri Jan 27, 2012 17:51 in General Talk

It's kind of interesting how one thing leads to another. I've gotten on a relish canning kick lately and
many recipes call for 'turmeric'. I have a lot of spices but that is one I did not have and recently bought
some. After researching on wikipedia, I found some interesting facts about Tumeric...

-Native to tropical south Asia

-Nizamabad (south Indian state of Andhra pradesh) world's largest producer and most important trading center of turmeric in Asia. Nizamabad in history is also known as "Turmeric City".

-one of the key ingredient for many Indian, Persian and Thai dishes

-currently being investigated for possible benefits in Alzheimer's disease, cancer, and more. (turmeric ameliorated the severity of pancreatitis-associated lung injury in mice)

-Turmeric paste is traditionally used by Indian women to keep them free of superfluous hair and as an antimicrobial.
Also said to improve skin and an anti-aging agent. And...bridal beautification ceremonies of India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Staining oneself with turmeric is believed to improve the skin tone and tan. Also used in tanning agents.

-also be used to deter ants...they don't know why but it works

---------------And all I wanted was turmeric for relish's. :mrgreen:

My First Month in Clixsense » Post #2

Fri Jan 27, 2012 17:30 in Your Stats

Congrats! :P

i have completed 100 tasks » Post #3

Fri Jan 27, 2012 17:09 in Success Stories

WOW! You're zooming right along!

Anyone do Canning? » Post #4

Fri Jan 27, 2012 14:59 in General Talk

At 'AllRecipes' online, I found 'Old-Fashioned Corn Relish' recipe. So if you go over to that site, and type in
those words, you should pull up that recipe. It sounds really good and has all 5 star reviews. I plan on making
it this coming week.

That was kind of like me, I grew up in the north and when my family retired, they bought a farm in the south.
They would can loads of stuff.

In my early 20's, there was a wonderful blackberry patch on the property I lived at, at the time.
The blackberries were huge and I would pick loads of them. It was my first hand at canning anything
myself. I made blackberry jam and a lot of it.

I won't get a garden out this year but I hope to next year. There are farmers markets and roadside
veggie stands in the summer that sell fresh fruits and veggies. I'd like to can a lot of foods this year.
You could say, I am getting an early start with making the relish's. :D

Anyone do Canning? » Post #3

Fri Jan 27, 2012 14:49 in General Talk

If you love slaw you are going to love this and it's so simple. I found the recipe online and since it seemed
easy and had good reviews I thought I'd give it a try. The recipe is made with vinegar but if you don't like
the vinegar cole slaw, you can drain it off and add mayo too it when ready to use. That's pretty good because
I like both.

First you take :

1 medium head of cabbage
1 large carrot
1 sweet (bell) pepper (red or green...I used some of both)
1 medium onion
1 teaspoon of salt

Grate all that. You can also make it from mixture that is already grated.

After you have that mixed up, you let it sit for about an hour and drain off any excess water.

Second part :

You want to bring to a boil on a saucepan :

1/4 cup of water
1 cup of vinegar
2 cups of sugar
1 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon mustard seed

I can tell you, you could cut back on the sugar because it is very sweet.
It would be ok to use 1 and 1/2 cups of sugar instead of 2. I used 2 as the recipe stated but next time,
I think I am going to cut it back by a half cup. Also, I did not have any mustard seed on hand and therefore
did not include it. Probably not enough difference with it to notice as it was great without it.

It did not say what kind of vinegar to use, I used regular white distilled vinegar.

Third :

After it comes to a boil, pour it over the cabbage mixture and mix it up.
Put it in your jars (makes 2 quart jars or 4 pint jars)
Put the jars in the hot water bath for about 15 minutes (I left mine in there about 20 to 25 minutes).

It is better than any slaw you have ate in a restaurant! You can eat it as is, or as stated, you can drain
off the liquid and mix with mayo for a creamy slaw. And it does stay crunchy too so no worries about it
being wilted. This slaw relish is great with most anything. Eat it by itself or as a side dish or on foods.
It's so good that you almost can't stop eating it. :P

I'll see if I can find the original site where I found the recipe and paste that to you if I can find it.
It's pretty simple so I did not bother to print it out.
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