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°•.♥.•° Happy Birthday! °•.♥.•° » Post #42

Fri Feb 03, 2012 18:32 in General Talk


Oh boy, I can't wait to see it! And I am going to eat the whole cake all by myself. :lol:

Scamster Dead! » Post #5

Fri Feb 03, 2012 13:25 in General Talk

They probably have frozen all his assets until they have some sort of hearing about it.
I doubt people will get any money back but maybe.

How Can I Earn From Clixsense ? » Post #3

Fri Feb 03, 2012 13:23 in General Talk

As a standard member you can cash out when you reach $8 minimum.

You can earn as a standard member by clicking ads, by referring others that click ads, by referring others
that purchase advertising, and also by doing tasks, earning a percentage on your referrals tasks.

As an upgraded member (premium) you can earn more and earn down 8 referral levels.

You can click on the program details under account to learn more.

Why do people hide their stats » Post #25

Fri Feb 03, 2012 07:42 in General Talk

Without having referrals, I don't think $215 is bad even tho you have been a member over two years.
Any way you look at it, it's extra money and it is profits.

I have posted the number of referrals I have several times, in images, etc. I know if I display my refs
in forum display stats, I'll get a lot of questions. I have about 115 direct active referrals with about 40 of those
directly upgraded. And I have about 13,000 active referrals in my organization.

Tumeric - Asian's may know something we don't » Post #10

Thu Feb 02, 2012 23:31 in General Talk

It sounds almost like a miracle spice! I'm sure glad it is working well for you.

First Month in CLIX SENSE » Post #2

Thu Feb 02, 2012 23:28 in General Talk

You're very welcome and I'm sure your organization will continue to grow. :P

Scamster Dead! » Post #3

Thu Feb 02, 2012 23:27 in General Talk

Especially at only 47 years old and the millions he had made. Of course, he was facing a lot of prison time.

ySense Forum Moderators » Post #26

Thu Feb 02, 2012 19:45 in Member Introduction

I approved it. I guess that member is saying he/she is from Latvian and his/her user name is rukuu2.

Some don't speak or understand English very well, probably introducing him/herself.

Geeeeee I wish we had a he/she spot on. :mrgreen:

Why do people hide their stats » Post #22

Thu Feb 02, 2012 19:40 in General Talk

I don't know Kreacher. I guess that is why a lot of people do not understand things they join,
they don't read. It plainly displays that you have been a member since July 18, 2009...which
means you have been a member what....over 2.5 years.

Even if someone does not read well, I think if they see I have earned over $4,000 they would
take a closer look if they are curious enough to wonder about it....which then should catch their
eye that I am a member since 27th of Feb. 2007.

I've already gotten rich online. :P

I'm not here to get rich and I'm not here to fool anyone. I'm here to make extra money, help
others make extra money, and have a lot of fun while doing it. :P I just can't see how displaying
your stats to members in the forum is the least bit misleading.

Why do people hide their stats » Post #19

Thu Feb 02, 2012 17:00 in General Talk

I don't think it's misleading at all. Because there is nothing there that says I have made
over $4000 in a day. It says I have earned over $4,000 period. It is also mighty easy to
see from the stats, that I have been a member since Feb. 27, 2007. I don't think anyone
could get confused about that.

There are some banners out there that do display earnings in regards to some programs
as ClixSense does not have any banners yet that display earnings. But here again, some
of those just say 'I have earned $__' and does not give the impression of a minute, day,
week, month, years.

Yes, I guess you do the average as I have made a post here before about that. I think I
said if I were to reach $4,500 by Feb 27th which is the my join date, I will have averaged
$900 per year. (ClixSense has been online 5 years this month and I've been a member
5 years this month)

Unlike maybe NeoBux in which people are hoping to make thousands of dollars in profits
a month, ClixSense does not play that way and never has. No one is going to get rich
at ClixSense but then again.....guess you would have to define what rich means to you.
For some people, an extra $50 a month can be very rich for them. For others, $50 is
not worth bending over to pick up off the ground.

I also posted an approximate of my earnings from year to year. The first year, it was
around $500 and the second year, I think it went up a tad. The third year was a good
increase, 2011 it went up significantly. Even tho there always seems to be inactives,
my earnings in ClixSense always seems to grow every year.

Lead » Post #6

Thu Feb 02, 2012 16:49 in General Talk

Meow! I know. The cat condensation takes place during the cat conversation especially when
looking at your non-hesitation cat. :?

°•.♥.•° Happy Birthday! °•.♥.•° » Post #39

Thu Feb 02, 2012 16:46 in General Talk

They needed lots of good images to prevent cheaters when clicking.

So a pet website allowed ClixSense to use their pet images.

That is how the cats came to be here.


The FBI Was Hiring... » Post #3

Thu Feb 02, 2012 16:42 in General Talk


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Only good MLM Scam Authority » Post #1

Thu Feb 02, 2012 13:23 in General Talk

The only really good scam authority site that I have ever taken heed to is Ron Cook's MLM WATCHDOG.

ClixSense is not a scam authority site. It's an advertising company that offers affiliates earnings for
viewing advertisers ads, doing tasks, and perhaps additional snippets of ways to earn money legitimately.

When you see ads displayed in ClixSense, just like when you see ads displayed any where online or
offline, it is up to you, the consumer, to do your due diligence and research before committing or
handing money over.

Don't believe all the so called scam authority websites out there. Most of them consist of nothing
but a hodge podge of forums where people can complain and argue with each other.

A good solid place for researching MLM and how MLM works, is 'MLM WATCHDOG'. I've kept an eye
on his recommendations for years and he has never let me down.


Scamster Dead! » Post #1

Thu Feb 02, 2012 13:14 in General Talk

DON LAPRE died in his jail cell in October last year. You may have heard of the 'The Greatest Vitamin in the World'.
He was primarily known as the 'king of info-commercials'.

'Lapre was indicted for 41 counts of conspiracy and fraud. The case involved the claims of about 222,000 people and approximately $52 million. The charges came four years after Lapre was sent a "cease and desist" order from the USDA for claims he and his company made about the effectiveness of "The Greatest Vitamin in the World."'
from yahoo news report

PS. They said it was suicide but don't know if they finally determined it to be or not.

What is the Surprise the Admin promised us? » Post #45

Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:30 in General Talk

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Me want more catnip! Good stuff! :mrgreen:

Val Meow is my name. ClixSense is my game. » Post #6

Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:28 in General Talk

Does that mean you have little aliens? :twisted:

°•.♥.•° Happy Birthday! °•.♥.•° » Post #35

Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:03 in General Talk

Age of Aquarius.....A Quar.....EEEEEEE.......US....dododododoto....dodododoto.......AAAAAA Quarrrrr EEEEE USSSSSSS!

What is the Surprise the Admin promised us? » Post #43

Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:00 in General Talk

The surprise is not here yet. :kitty:

Everyone is going to get a bag of cat litter. :lol:

Why do people hide their stats » Post #17

Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:59 in General Talk

Why are the stats misleading?
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