There is that expression ....... "ACTIONS speak louder than WORDS", never forget that.
I mean sure it's nice to have more answers to our questions, but basically there needs to be concrete actions, otherwise it is like our House of Commons where you have a bunch of people talking and little to nothing gets done or not in a timely manner
For example by reducing survey pay rate considerably as many have reported, this is NOT a good action and not in the right direction.
Listening to our concerns is one thing, how much power do the ADMINS have on this site, they probably delegate and convey our concerns to the development team and Prodege executives, so basically our faith is in their hands, the admins relay the information...... On ClixSense things were different because Jim had multiple roles, Support, Admin, Owner, Developer, so basically he was running things and had nobody to report up to. BIG difference between single ownership / small company and large corporation running multiple entities.
So far there have been some things addressed on this site, BUT overall there are mostly empty promises. If members were promised better earnings, and now you read a lot of members claim less surveys and 50%++ less pay rate, that's not good.
Also the amount of good tasks is on a big decline, ok that is not ySense's fault, but tasks are a good income booster, without good tasks, you rely strictly on surveys, and when surveys are down 50%, it's not good ! November is supposed to be a great month. On CS, I earned almost $200 including bonuses, etc, that month. This month it started very VERY slow, with significant reduction in QUALITY surveys, rates, etc. In terms of tasks, everything.
I don't care much about the $5-$6 surveys, but reducing $1 surveys down to 45 cents, and 45 cents down to 25 cents as some members reported, that's terrible. and they expect QUALITY of data at those rates too.
I dunno how many members the reduced pay rates affect, it seems some countries are plagued with mostly low paid surveys, and others are doing better. I still see some $1+ surveys on my list, but they are much fewer, it's mostly under $1