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Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #34

Thu Aug 15, 2019 08:19 in General Talk

Dan, I am not saying anything you do to advertise, money or not, is not worth it.
That is not what I am saying at all.

What I am saying is, if you spend money to advertise the affiliate link, at some
point you will lose. The exception may be if you still have a way to send them
to your own website.

For example, lets say you achieve 1000 members to ySense by promoting your
ySense affiliate link. And lets even go so far to say they are ALL active and ALL
making you $1,000 a month. BUT what if you had advertised your own website
and 1000 joined ySense and 300 joined SwagBucks and 2,000 opt in for your
emails, and so on. THIS is what I am trying to get across. They become YOUR
customers.

Did, Prodege drop the ball" » Post #6

Wed Aug 14, 2019 15:31 in General Talk

No, I don't always read your posts/topics. Not much happening on the forum today or I
should say another moderator/moderators swept the forums before me.

You don't see what moderators see. We have to approve or disapprove many topics
daily. Some days more so than other days. It's been very hectic since the program
was sold.

I try to read every new post but it is impossible to do so, especially during this time.
If there are complaints, I have to read the complaint and post.

Did, Prodege drop the ball" » Post #2

Wed Aug 14, 2019 14:01 in General Talk

I don't think they would send an email to the entire database.

I may be wrong but usually programs such as this, do not send an email due to
the enormous amount of members.

The problem with emailing the entire database is clogging. It clogs up the servers
and it clogs up the internet highway, for several days.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #30

Wed Aug 14, 2019 06:59 in General Talk

That's what I am saying. Advertise your own site and on your own site
you relay whatever it is you are promoting or you request their contact
info so you can send them the info.

Most 'free' blogs is not going to allow the customer to advertise anything.
That's why the blog is free, so they can advertise their own stuff like
google Adwords.

Bias Mod Ok's Flame Post by a ySense member! » Post #9

Wed Aug 14, 2019 06:48 in General Talk

I don't appreciate being called a liar. I am mighty sure by now, everyone that
has been here any length of time, knows how you are, Rod. You were banned
from the forum once already and now that ySense is here, you are working on
it again.

Most of what you post here, I don't even bother to read. However, your post
had complaints so I had to read it. It was accurate complaints.

You can cry. You can stomp your feet. You can email the admins. I really
don't care what you do.

Bias Mod Ok's Flame Post by a ySense member! » Post #5

Tue Aug 13, 2019 21:23 in General Talk

I don't know if I read all his topic or the entire thread but I did read yours.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #28

Tue Aug 13, 2019 21:17 in General Talk

I don't think it depends.

When you spend money to advertise something other than what is yours,
you are going to lose at some point.

Think about it.

Does Coke Cola send people to buy Pepsi?

The saying 'it takes money to make money' is a general term that I relate
primarily to investing money into your own site/your own program.

You purchase hosting. You put up a website or blog. You utilize a method
of contact. You relate to like minded people and share what you can do
for them. That's THE money and THE work.

What do you think affiliate marketing is? If you're wise, you have at least
one or more ways to attract people to YOU or what YOU have to offer and
let them know what YOU can do for them.

Most online programs do not allow messaging and contact. Even so, some
that do, do not allow discussions other than their program.

When you simply spend money on advertising someone else's site, you are
giving away your own potential customer base.

Here's another saying for you 'Outta sight Outta mind'.

Question » Post #25

Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:12 in General Talk

I never used LR, I don't think.

I did use STP. I still have an old STP card.

Duza Zmiana » Post #174

Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:06 in Polish

Diszeeyos wrote: Kiedy będą wreszcie inne metody płatności? Np. payooner, skrill ,tango card? :)

No one knows an exact date for sure. But they did say they will implement them.

Na pewno nikt nie zna dokładnej daty. Ale powiedzieli, że je wdrożą.

Should inactive CS members be Purged? » Post #20

Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:00 in General Talk

Well this might make someone mad but I am just telling you the truth and
the truth is, you never spend money to advertise a website unless you own
it and have a follow up method/autoresponder for the visitors to opt into.

ySense is Boring » Post #39

Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:45 in General Talk

@Darkstar2 it does not make any sense to say I was being biased or that I
am usually biased because I am not. People that know me, know that is the
furthest from the truth ever. I am simply a person that uses common sense
and experience. I don't know the owners of ySense and when it gets right
down to it, I don't know anyone here period. Additionally, I have nothing to
lose or gain by helping members here or stating my opinion. It's really very
simple and 'StetsonRebel' did make a good point or two in his above....errrr..
reflections.

I know a little about programming, not a lot, self taught for the most part and
due to utilizing some very complicated software over the years. I do know
it is a whole lot of work and it can take a lot of time to do just one thing that
others may see as simple.

Maybe you don't see or understand the programming side and the fact that
ySense is a change from ClixSense.

You were not here in 2007. You were not here in 2008. You were not here
in 2009. You were not here in 2010. You missed almost all of 2011 here.
You did not see all the work from the start. Perhaps you do not realize when
Jim took over ClixSense, everything was the same, nothing was bugged or
in error. Yes over time Jim added much. My point is, ySense has taken over
to obviously change things to work with their programmers and their payment
processors and their offers and their surveys and everything they have been
doing for years. AND common sense tells me they will eventually update
the site and might even do away for the forum. Who knows! They know. I
don't know. You don't know. One thing is for sure, they are working to get
things in working order.

It's really hard, I know, I mean I truly know, it is hard to realize Clixsense is
GONE. A lot of things change in life that we don't like but we must make do.
We either go on or we choose another path, etc.

Skrill & Payoneer payment requests » Post #5

Tue Aug 13, 2019 06:29 in General Talk

Because Prodege is a USA based company. Just like ClixSense, for example, took a long time with those payment processors also. Nothing new in that regard.

Question » Post #23

Tue Aug 13, 2019 06:21 in General Talk

I may be wrong but I don't think they ever had LibertyReserve or maybe I am
thinking of something else.... TrustPay or some such.

Topic changed to fact finding » Post #15

Tue Aug 13, 2019 06:12 in General Talk

I've had several GPT's in years past.

No well, yeah today especially programs and companies may try to pay their members faster
but overall it is or was normally per 30 days.

The companies I dealt with paid me per 30 days and I did the same with my members after I was
paid.

I never had anything called 'Sunshine'.

My last GPT I had upgrade options. That I do remember. I may have also paid them much sooner
than per 30 days.

In the old days of GPT I had to manually approve each and every offer/survey. In other words, I
would go into the company daily and if I saw that my member had been approved, I went into my
program/script and approved that member completed offer. It was a lot of work.

When I started online, it was like going for a long walk and seeing maybe one person. haha!
Very generic, to say the least.

Question » Post #20

Mon Aug 12, 2019 21:24 in General Talk

Viewing my transaction history, I did check all the way thru to July 2011.

After that I went to AlertPay thru Nov. 2011. Then I went back to check.

I see there was PayPal Oct. 2012 and I eventually switched to PayPal up to early 2017
at which time I switched back to check. Probably around the time PayPal canceled CS.

Question » Post #12

Mon Aug 12, 2019 19:28 in General Talk

To be clear, it was only my sixth sense. And oh yes, I did throw hints.

I mean, it wasn't difficult to know something was going down because when he
put that new paragraph in the policy, I thought to self 'he's selling the database
or he is selling CS period.

I was not told anything at all in March, I just knew. I even made a post in the
mod forum with no reply until he did confide in mods he had sold.

And I even guessed Prodege as the buyer! The mod's saw my guess, too.

That person, whomever it was, male or female that was letting all that money
ride, I hinted the best I could to him/her to cash out.

Yeah, I am trying to remember but I want to think 'check' was the only payout
option but surely there was PayPal too. I don't remember for sure.

Topic changed to fact finding » Post #13

Mon Aug 12, 2019 19:13 in General Talk

I'm not exactly sure how Jim and I got on the subject. He never mentioned anything about
a GPT as we were discussing something else. Then I said to him, why not implement surveys
and offers because you will make a lot of money with it. I told him about the old bux site. I
don't recall the name but it was the first bux program. Everyone was making a lot of money
with it but something happen, I don't remember what, but a slow down occurred. So the
guys that were running it took off to New York and when they came back, they posted some
photos from their New York trip but never showed their faces. After that, they implemented
banner advertising and all sorts of banner adverts at that. Then they began implementing
offers and a host of different things and ways for members to make money. They made a
ton of cash and then shut it down. POOF!

My thinking was to Jim that he already had a very large data base of members here so why
not add offers, surveys, etc. He began asking me questions about it and I explained how it
worked. Jim likes things as automated as possible, who doesn't! He didn't want to do a
bunch of programming and I told him he did not have to that many of these partner sites
could possibly implement their script. Several of us went on the prowl. I showed him a
few GPT's I was a member of and a few partner sites. One partner site was on that I had
used at one time myself.

IF I had never suggested the GPT, it probably never would have happen. The next thing
you know, NB followed suit.

That's exactly how it went down.

Question » Post #9

Mon Aug 12, 2019 18:59 in General Talk

Well Darkstar2 and I figured it out way back in March, so there.

:lol:

Topic changed to fact finding » Post #10

Mon Aug 12, 2019 18:54 in General Talk

Yes and Yes I believe it did.

Casa de Papel Part 3 / Money Heist 3 » Post #37

Sun Aug 11, 2019 21:22 in General Talk

I got bored with it.
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