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how many awards are on Clixgrid? » Post #8

Mon Dec 12, 2011 14:28 in General Talk

I don't think it matters how it is done. The facts have been in since the beginning of the clixgrid and
the facts are, it does pay members. Members obviously win no matter where they are or what time
of day it is. It's just a random luck of draw you could say.

Also, if it really could be calculated like you say and all members informed exactly how much was there
to win each day, then they might as well delete the clixgrid. The point of the clixgrid is to give advertisers
their moneys worth. If members are going to say, oh they already paid out such and such amount so no
point in my clicking it today, then advertisers would stop advertising on it and members would stop clicking.

Everyone knows it pays out and everyone knows there are various amounts won each and every day.
That's all that really matters is that the advertisers are benefiting and that ClixSense really does pay out

o happy day! :) » Post #2

Mon Dec 12, 2011 14:23 in Payment Proofs

Wowser! That's a lot of new directs in one day.


how many awards are on Clixgrid? » Post #4

Mon Dec 12, 2011 09:29 in General Talk

How would you calculate how much money is in the pool?

Advertisers may purchase ads to be in the clixgrid one day and the next day there may not be clixgrid ad purchases.

how many awards are on Clixgrid? » Post #2

Mon Dec 12, 2011 09:02 in General Talk

I don't think you could calculate the chance of winning since the member number that participates at any given moment is different.

It's just random in regards to winning. The more you use it, the higher probability you will win.

What do you think About Tim Tebow Miracle Story? » Post #2

Sun Dec 11, 2011 21:21 in General Talk

I'm kind of tired of hearing about him, to be perfectly honest. :lol:

I guess every so often someone comes along that makes a big impact.
Maybe his prayers are doing him (and team) well. Who's to say that
God doesn't watch football.

News from Zorb » Post #2

Sun Dec 11, 2011 19:00 in Success Stories

Walnuts are good for you.

What is a Sponsor? » Post #8

Sun Dec 11, 2011 14:41 in General Talk

Well, you are doing better than I am. There is lots of words I can't spell and I've lived here all my life. :lol:

What is a Sponsor? » Post #6

Sun Dec 11, 2011 13:10 in General Talk

It does not matter if you were referred by someone or not.
You are a member and you can earn just like all members can earn.

By the way 'michael_dg', it is inappropriate to make fun of someone's spelling on here.
Sponsor, Sponser, whatever, we know what the member was asking. Just for the record,
many members do not speak/write English very well. In addition, some times people stress
different pronunciation when speaking which can result in mis-spelling. Also, it's easy to make
a typo when typing in a little box at a forum.

My decision » Post #3

Sun Dec 11, 2011 07:37 in General Talk

Congratulations on your decision to upgrade.

You know what... some times we spread ourselves to thin.
The more we do, the more we have to focus on.

Focus on ClixSense, use some traffic exchanges and various advert sources to promote ClixSense, and you'll gain referrals. You don't need hundreds or thousands of referrals at ClixSense to make good extra money.

It really is worth it to upgrade.

Hello From Baguio City » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2011 23:00 in Member Introduction

Hello Chester. Welcome aboard! :P

Clixgrid Advertising Rocks » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2011 14:20 in Success Stories

It really is a great advertising source at a very low affordable price point.
Glad to hear you are enjoying it and the benefits.

ClixSense admin joined » Post #9

Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:25 in General Talk

I don't think the member is referring to a banner ad.

ClixSense admin joined » Post #7

Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:07 in General Talk

No problem at all. You don't know so you ask. You just didn't think about the channel to go thru to ask.
No harm done.

ClixSense admin joined » Post #5

Fri Dec 09, 2011 09:46 in General Talk

I am sorry but I just don't know if that question is appropriate here. The best thing to do is to submit a support ticket and ask privately. I kind of think your answer would be a yes as that particular bux owner is not known to lie. With that said, I simply do not know so you may want to submit ticket and ask.

ClixSense admin joined » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2011 09:38 in General Talk

I have edited your post because I had to make a call on it and my call was to edit.

Have you been good or bad this year? » Post #5

Fri Dec 09, 2011 07:30 in General Talk

We all fall short to the glory of God.
Just have to do the best we can. He understands that.

Why did you choose the user name you have? » Post #14

Fri Dec 09, 2011 07:20 in General Talk

I'd just choose real name but it doesn't matter, it's just for fun.

my first wrong click » Post #2

Fri Dec 09, 2011 07:19 in General Talk

I think we all click the wrong image at times. It happens.
Usually the ad is still there.

I did those once too....I clicked a furry black little dog because I thought it was
a furry black little cat. I did not look at all images well enough.

Why did you choose the user name you have? » Post #12

Fri Dec 09, 2011 07:15 in General Talk

'clixsurf', take a different route. Seriously.

Signature Lines » Post #1

Thu Dec 08, 2011 16:51 in General Talk

It's amazing how many emails I get per day. Actually, almost shocking. :lol:

However, what often amazes me more than the email overload is the fact many people do not have
a signature line in their email. I find that so very odd.

One of the easiest ways to gain referrals on the fly, is with a set signature line. Every time you reply
to anyone, those on the receiving end is going to see your signature line. Since people are curious by
nature, it's most probable the viewer will check it out.

One thing I hate and I tend to never click, is a hyped up signature line. Another thing I hate and ignore
is a redirect in a signature line. If it's a redirect link, I ignore it and never click it. Some might argue this
but I am who I am and I suspect many others don't click them either....not in an email.

That leaves two options:

1. Your full complete ClixSense ref url
2. A domain name that forwards to your ClixSense ref page

Here is an example of a nice, professional, not over the top, signature line:

Best Regards

Valerie Underhill
Free income plus best advert source

-Notice how I state my full name. This displays honesty and allows people to know I am not hiding myself.

-Notice the info line under my name. It's not over the top. It's not hype. It relays simply and to the point what it is. In six simple words, I've let the viewer know they can make free money and get the best advertising too. So, if the viewer is looking for one or the other or both, it will attrack them to click.
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