There's probably been members that have waited a year before cashing out. In regards to how much they
cashed out, that could vary greatly. There are various factors that result in how much a member earns, such
as how active you are in clicking as many ads as possible each day, how active your referrals are in clicking ads
each day, if you are premium and if your referrals are premium, members in the 8 level system that upgrade,
how much you win in the glixgrid, how many referrals you continue to get thru-out the year and so on.
How much you cash out in a year, would have no relevance on how much someone else cashes out in a year.
For years, I'd wait til I had $50 or $100 before I would cash out. I would cash out by way of check and it just
made more sense to wait til I had at least something a little substantial before cashing out. Plus in those days,
the check processing fee was higher than what it is now.
A few months ago I switched my payout option to alert pay. I'll probably switch it back to check. I have
always liked the check option at ClixSense. It's been fun doing the weekly payouts but for me, I think I
liked the way I cashed out by check.
Now that I have rambled on about that, I will say that I have always taught people in the free to earn industry,
NOT to look at what they make weekly or monthly but only look at what they make YEARLY. There is more than
one reason why but I won't go into that.
Just whatever you want to do, is up to you.