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Ads dried up... » Post #11

Sat Feb 04, 2017 14:54 in General Talk

jjohnson777 wrote: I am happy all those ptc ads gone. Now can see real ads. If come back please give option where can opt-in or out of them.

You are correct about that. They do overwhelm.

I think that might be a good 'Feature Request' to place those numerous ads in another block category.
I've thought about that before and I know if I was wanting to advertise, I wouldn't apply my credits
in that block. I'd probably do the grid or the sticky.

Ads dried up... » Post #7

Sat Feb 04, 2017 09:13 in General Talk

I view the PTC ads as I see them. As long as there is not hundreds of them, that is.
If there is something I can do on auto-pilot, I will usually open a new window and do it.

As you can see above 'Adscend' the EngageME.tv offers. I open that in a new window
and let it run. It doesn't pay much but there are days I make about $1.00 with it. Other
days maybe less. It just depends on how well it runs that day and how busy I am.

As you can also see above, most the earnings came from me doing surveys BUT what
surveys did I do? Let's look at this group I did:

50,122,839 03 Feb 2017 13:33 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #9288168) $0.2100
50,120,562 03 Feb 2017 12:08 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #643160) $0.4900
50,119,601 03 Feb 2017 11:22 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #9295575) $0.2000

Can you see the time? Over the course of a couple of hours, trying at varying times to grab
a survey when I wasn't busy doing something else, I made $0.90 cents. How much money
do you make viewing ads here in a couple of hours? Is it .90 cents? Take a look at the amounts
on those 3 surveys. A puny 20 cents, a puny 49 cents and a puny 21 cents. My TIME is important
to me and TIME is money they say.....

When I attempt a survey from the 'Survey's' I am going to look at what? Am I gong to look at
the amount I will be paid or will I look at the time it takes to complete it? The answer is I am
going to look at both and usually I am going to choose the LOWEST amount of time. Which
would I attempt FIRST:


Survey $4.00 33 minutes
Survey $0.20 5 minutes

Heck I know from jump that $4 dollar survey at 33 minutes is probably either going to boot me
or going to be every bit of 33 minutes if not more. I also know that I can probably make a fast
.20 cents if I grab that 5 minute survey and then IF the $4 one is still available, I MIGHT try it
next.

Therefore, mostly what I am looking at is TIME.

I highlighted one in gold color up there because that one is as good as gold but it is one in
'pending'. Hey, I don't care if they go into pending. Money is money and it's kind of nice
to see some more money on down the road. So on March 6, I will see an extra dollar pop
up. YAY!

If you keep looking you will see I did some listed in 'Peanut Labs'. I tend to favor PeanutLabs
for doing surveys but they do some times run out. Those two were good for almost a couple
of bucks.

Now the next thing I want to convert to you is the NAMES of those survey programs in which
I was paid for completing surveys. I can't stress this enough. The reason why I say this is
because there is always members that get aggravated and want to complain and say this don't
pay and that don't pay, etc. So I ask you.......

I ask you folks reading this, does the following surveys pay?

PeanutLabs?
CINT?
YourSurveys?
SampleCube?
Samplicio?

Yep, some times you have to try a lot of times to get a survey that you are qualified to do.
Another good reason to first choose those that list times under 10 minutes. You certainly
won't spend a lot of time trying to qualify.

So there is some hints for all to read. If you want to make money with ClixSense, you need
to realize there is more than one way to skin a...errrrr never mind. I'll just say, try the offers,
surveys, etc because there is a lot more money at ClixSense than viewing ads.

Ads dried up... » Post #6

Sat Feb 04, 2017 08:46 in General Talk

Ok sitting viewing ads all day is easy but I gotta tell ya, it is not my cup of tea and with
all seriousness, bore's me to tears. Seriously, I be like eyes get all watery and my fingers
are a little arthritic as it is, just no fun for me to sit and click ads all day and all night to make
$3.00. Oh and lets make sure everyone understands, viewing ads is fine and sure easy way
to make a buck but it is also extremely time consuming if you are out to make $3.00. I did
that a few times when they had those X ads coming in all day and night. I thought I was
gonna die. :lol: I think the most I ever clicked in a day was something like 700. How much
was that? Something like $3.00 or so.

Anyway, it's just common sense that ads are based on people that purchase ad credits and
apply those ad credits to an ad they want to advertise. Some days there are more ads to
view than other days. I mean, I don't even feel like that is worth explaining. You can't
pull ads our of the sky and give people what you don't have to give. So complaining about
not having ads to view is saying:

'I don't have ads to view so I best get out there and do some advertising myself to bring in advertisers'.

That really is it in a nutshell. Outta sight, Outta mind, they say. So it really is up to all members
to spread the word that ClixSense is a great place to advertise.

Well anyway, it is just me I suppose but I just can't sit here on my rump and click ads 24/7.
A big night of clicking ads about puts me in a coma. I am like all bug eyed and dehydrated. :mrgreen:

So this is what I do when I want to make money at ClixSense......

Ads dried up... » Post #5

Sat Feb 04, 2017 08:21 in General Talk

Oh, I forgot my PTC, be right back.

2 1 10 3 3 13 30 $ 0.0200 $ 0.1000 $ 0.0150 $ 0.0030 $ 0.0130 $ 0.1510

I made .15 cents yesterday viewing the ads. Every little dab will do ya, I always say.

Oh just a minute, I need to highlife some stuff up there so you'll see readily what I am explaining.

Ok so that looks like about .23 cents for the EngageMe.TV auto-pilot ads.

That is a total of $0.38 cents.

If we subtract $0.38 cents from my grand total of $5.66 = we get $5.28

Now then allow me to get down to the nitty gritty. I don't like to bunch things up so I will open a
new post......

Ads dried up... » Post #4

Sat Feb 04, 2017 08:20 in General Talk

I'm going to paste this here and then I am going to explain how I made this
$5.66 yesterday and in reality, I could have made more than that. Let's take
a look:

50,136,341 03 Feb 2017 22:19 EST Complete Sample Cube (Project #101289) $1.0000
50,135,674 03 Feb 2017 21:50 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #9292982) $0.2000
50,135,099 03 Feb 2017 21:24 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #635645) $0.2400
50,132,914 03 Feb 2017 19:57 EST Complete CINT (Project #153243) $0.2900

50,130,996 03 Feb 2017 19:01 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,126,910 03 Feb 2017 16:12 EST Complete Peanut Labs Offerwall (IT study 12 minutes) $1.0000
50,126,903 03 Feb 2017 16:12 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,126,319 03 Feb 2017 15:54 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,125,984 03 Feb 2017 15:40 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,125,952 03 Feb 2017 15:39 EST Complete Peanut Labs Offerwall (Healthcare) $0.8300
50,125,479 03 Feb 2017 15:18 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,124,973 03 Feb 2017 15:04 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,124,778 03 Feb 2017 14:54 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,123,801 03 Feb 2017 14:10 EST Pending Reason: You will be credited Mon Mar 06, 2017 14:10 Samplicio.us (Project #636225) $0.9700
50,122,839 03 Feb 2017 13:33 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #9288168) $0.2100
50,120,562 03 Feb 2017 12:08 EST Complete Samplicio.us (Project #643160) $0.4900
50,119,601 03 Feb 2017 11:22 EST Complete YourSurveys (Project #9295575) $0.2000

50,118,442 03 Feb 2017 10:44 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,118,256 03 Feb 2017 10:36 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,117,417 03 Feb 2017 10:07 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,116,641 03 Feb 2017 09:40 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,116,149 03 Feb 2017 09:19 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,115,653 03 Feb 2017 09:05 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,115,273 03 Feb 2017 08:47 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,114,836 03 Feb 2017 08:26 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,113,759 03 Feb 2017 07:43 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,113,682 03 Feb 2017 07:40 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,113,353 03 Feb 2017 07:27 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,113,237 03 Feb 2017 07:22 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,113,106 03 Feb 2017 07:16 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,112,445 03 Feb 2017 06:53 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,112,350 03 Feb 2017 06:49 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100
50,112,159 03 Feb 2017 06:41 EST Complete AdscendMedia Offerwall (EngageMe.TV - How To Videos US) $0.0100

Ads dried up... » Post #3

Sat Feb 04, 2017 08:16 in General Talk

It's your decision to stay or go but it sounds like you might be wanting to make free
money here. I see you are in the USA and I see you are a premium member.

So first of all, let me say that it is primarily advertisers that purchase ads. Kind of
common sense, right? You're been here since 2007 so you know that hundreds of
ads are not always available. I am sure you realize that. In fact, it has only been
perhaps the last year or a bit longer that ClixSense has had a big advertisers or two
purchase thousands of ad credits, such as the X ads. What is that called Xoly or some
such as that.

Personally, I think I have views more PTC ads in the past couple of years here, than I
have any where in my entire life or the entire time I have been here. Now I know it's
a matter of what one prefers to do but some times it's like the 'coulda had a V8' if you
know what I mean.

If you will, hang around a moment and allow me to show you something and explain
to you how you can make MORE than $3.00 a day with ClixSense.

Ad Credit » Post #2

Thu Feb 02, 2017 07:12 in General Talk

When you purchase ad credits, you are essentially purchasing advertising.

You can apply your ad credits to whatever it is you have to advertise.

Refferal » Post #2

Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:27 in General Talk

You can click on the number at 'referrals' in your 'account summary'.

The Most Interesting Topic in the World? » Post #11

Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:23 in General Talk

I think exercise might go under 'self care'.

You can only choose one. :mrgreen:

Walmart dot com now with free 2 day ship » Post #7

Tue Jan 31, 2017 15:01 in General Talk

I shop at both but I order more at walmart.

Walmart dot com now with free 2 day ship » Post #3

Tue Jan 31, 2017 13:15 in General Talk

Yep, I am not sure why Walmart site is so horrible but it is. You'd think all the money
they make they could have a better website.

The Most Interesting Topic in the World? » Post #5

Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:58 in General Talk

Your ears sure are cute charez.

The Most Interesting Topic in the World? » Post #1

Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:16 in General Talk

Which is your favorite topic in the list?

General Talk Topic 2017 review » Post #9

Tue Jan 31, 2017 10:52 in General Talk

For the most part, personally, I don't lock stupid pointless topics unless the stupid pointless topic,
is posted in the wrong sub forum.

Most of what is posted in the General talk sub forum, is stupid pointless topics. However, stupid
pointless topics, can be fun, not just stupid and pointless.

Take the 'what music song you are listening to right now' topic. It is stupid and pointless. No
one cares what song you are listening to. The only people that might care is the people in your
household that can hear it too. Still, it is fun for some to post it and some like to look and see
who listens to other types of music and who listens to the same type of music they listen to, etc.

In addition, who is to say what is pointless and stupid? Take this post for example, what is the
point of it? Nothing. Is it stupid? Yes. Was it a waste of my time? Of course.

Gee, I am feeling so stupid and pointless right now.

Walmart dot com now with free 2 day ship » Post #1

Tue Jan 31, 2017 09:58 in General Talk

FYI Walmart now has free 2 day shipping on orders over $35.00 AND if it's listed as a
'free shipping' item.

It's past time they come up to speed vs Amazon.

Lost $8 » Post #2

Mon Jan 30, 2017 23:28 in General Talk

Help you with what?

Life would be a bore. » Post #3

Mon Jan 30, 2017 20:45 in General Talk

Nothing to be sad about.

This is an advertising program, a make money program. There are thousands of forums online.
Maybe more than thousands if you were to count the underground.

Members of this forum are members of ClixSense not because they want to discuss religion.
There are thousands of places online they can do that.

Members are here because they joined ClixSense to advertise and/or to make money.

The forums here have not always been here. Only in more recent years it came about because
membership grew and the forums were created to help members help each other.

It's as if you joined Macy's department store forums and what would be allowed there would
be discussions about the products they sell. You wouldn't see their customers yelling and
cussing each other out over politics and religion. They might yell and cuss at each other but
it will be over shoes. :lol:

We've had members here exploiting these forums by flooding them with their own political
views and their own religious views.

Even the recent topic about the end of the world, looks like it became heated when someone
went off topic to rant about their religion or some such as that.

You know, it is really easy for you to post what you just did. You have been here basically a
year. Also you have no idea what goes on behind the scenes. Hundreds of posts are either
deleted, not approved, edited, approved, etc every day by forum moderators.

The number ONE PRiORITY here is to HELP EACH OTHER with CLIXSENSE.

The General talk sub forum here is mostly for topics that simply don't fit in the other sub
forums. An example is 'how to create banners', 'how to go about advertising ClixSense',
and even fun activities to take a break from the surveys such as 'posting the music you
are listening to', 'what's your favorite movie', etc.

New Movies » Post #22

Sun Jan 29, 2017 14:06 in General Talk

According to my brief search, a movie ticket in the USA is approximately $8 to $10 dollars.

I would guess it can really vary in the USA depending on where you live.

It's kind of funny the way prices can be dramatically different.

Prices in the Northern states are generally more costly compared to the Southern states BUT
there are things that are vice versa.

An example is housing. Houses are going to cost a lot more in the northern states than in
the southern states. Employment in the North general pay higher wages than in the South.

Many people go North for work and when they retire go South.

New Movies » Post #19

Sun Jan 29, 2017 09:31 in General Talk

Yep, I think the whole of hollywood is a dying breed. For starters, they are their own demise.
They've lost millions of dollars in the past year and continue to lose money.

Movie theaters are most likely on their way out, just like the Drive In theaters.

Movie theaters were once a place for affordable family entertainment and/or a night out with
a date or friends. Today most theaters are too expensive when there is less costly options....

Even on tv pay per view is more costly at $5 or $6 a movie when one can stream movies
for $8 a month and/or pay a little more for dvd rental delivery.

There is also totally free such as the android box's KODI with many old and new releases
that cost $0.

It really wasn't too many years ago that there was video rental stores on every other
corner. For the most part, on tv pay per view run those out of business.

If you older folks take a strong look at the gaming industry, I think you might discover
what movies may consist of in the future. The expensive games are extremely life like
and the characters have distinct personalities. I see real people as actors being a thing
of the past, in the future. At least in regards to movies.

New Movies » Post #17

Sun Jan 29, 2017 08:26 in General Talk

The name is the 'Ritz 3' and it was built in 1940. It was only recently renovated.

On their facebook page it says 'Snack Pack is $5.00 and consist of popcorn, drink, and candy'.
It also says Monday night's is $5.00 night. So obviously the tickets are a little more than $5.00
the rest of the week.
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