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Offers » Post #2

Sat Aug 17, 2013 01:57 in General Talk

Do the math.

Do you sign up for any of the ads in View Ads or.. » Post #2

Fri Aug 16, 2013 19:18 in General Talk

I'm not sure who you are asking.

You are not forced to join anything but you are your own person and can sign up to
whatever you want. It's up to you to read the information provided by the advertiser
or whatever it is you are considering partaking in.

Just keep in mind, ClixSense does not endorse advertisers ads, per se.

A suggestion that might be good » Post #2

Fri Aug 16, 2013 18:06 in Feature Requests

Oh what happen to your hand? Is your thumb cut off too or just part of one finger?

I had a friend one time that got her hand caught in a machine at a factory where she worked and
it cut off three of her fingers!

80 Year Old Woman Marries for the 4th time » Post #1

Fri Aug 16, 2013 16:44 in General Talk

The local news station was interviewing an 80-year-old lady because she had just gotten married for the fourth time. The interviewer asked her questions about her life, about what it felt like to
be marrying again at 80, and then about her new husband's occupation. "He's a funeral director," she answered. "Interesting," the newsman thought...
He then asked her if she wouldn't mind telling him a little about her first three husbands and what they did for a living. She paused for a few moments, needing time to reflect on all those years.
After a short time, a smile came to her face and she answered proudly, explaining that she had first married a banker when she was in her 20's, then a circus ringmaster when in her 40's, and a preacher when in her 60's, and now - in her 80's - a funeral director.
The interviewer looked at her, quite astonished, and asked why she had married four men with such diverse careers.
(Wait for it)



She smiled and explained,
"I married one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go."
(Oh, just hush-up and send this one on to somebody who needs a laugh.)

Breaking News! » Post #2

Thu Aug 15, 2013 20:16 in General Talk

Oh hahahahahahahahahahaha!

Errrrrrrr

hahahahahahahahahaha!

heheheheheeeeteeeteeeteeeheee!

Ohhhh hohohohohohoharharhardyhardyharhar!

:lol: :mrgreen: :lol:

You da man cjmoesende!

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #194

Thu Aug 15, 2013 10:41 in Payment Proofs

ramel31 wrote: hi valerie.. what is the first thing to do if you are begginer? :)

help me please...

Read the website inside and out, everything, so you will know exactly how it all works and
can explain it to others and answer questions they may have.

This I Did this on Purpose » Post #2

Wed Aug 14, 2013 19:30 in General Talk

Thats a very nice post and I enjoyed reading it.

I bought a 'Compaq' too back when Radio Shack was so popular. They were also rather expensive
for that era in time. They were horrible computers. :lol:

ClixSense Downtime » Post #59

Wed Aug 14, 2013 14:54 in News and Updates

jacx12 wrote: Thanks for the update. I reloaded toolbar early in am....and it was reactivated. I would be certainly careful about some of the ads shown. My security system blocked several of them because of potential viruses and/or stealing information for spamming reasons. It doesn't happen often...just a precautionary message for everyone else.

I'm not saying it was or wasn't in regards to your security system blocking 'viruses'.

However, what many people do not realize is that anti-virus software and security software are not
a total solution to protection because to date, there is no total solution. Also, the products are just
that, software products and they are not people sitting there analyzing everything arriving on ones
computer. In fact, most anti-software will post a warning for most everything it does not recognize.
That does not mean it is a virus. It means the software does not recognize it and therefore will call
it a virus or trojan or spam or whatever even if it's not.

i'm giving up on clicking ads today! » Post #2

Wed Aug 14, 2013 13:11 in General Support

Didn't you read the news update?

Inquiry on posted ad » Post #2

Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:38 in General Support

As stated in the update, they are still working to fix some things and the toolbar is not working
correctly and other things may be weird for awhile. Takes some time to get everything back
to working order.

CAN'T CLICK ADS » Post #6

Wed Aug 14, 2013 11:42 in General Support

Read the news update.

how to guide a referral for being ative? » Post #2

Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:32 in General Support

In regards to referrals there is no strategy. Referrals are people and some people are interested,
some people are not interested, some people see the need for the extra money and some people
don't.

Challenge: ArtGrid. Can you do something better? » Post #2

Fri Aug 09, 2013 18:08 in General Talk

:P

WOW! Those are so fun to look at. It's art!

free mind » Post #2

Fri Aug 09, 2013 17:49 in General Talk

Yes that is good but not so easy to do.

Clicksense and Clicksense Research » Post #2

Fri Aug 09, 2013 17:43 in General Support

ClixSenseResearch is owned by ClixSense.

Since you are in the USA especially, I'd say yes you want to use it, I do.

I've been using ClixSenseResearch a long time and I really like it. There
are several options to cash out. The surveys are great and if you don't
qualify to do a survey they send, they usually pay you ten cents anyway.

Paid to call offers not available? » Post #7

Thu Aug 08, 2013 21:28 in General Support

I don't know why your friend would not see the paid to call list unless he/she is not
clicking on 'offers' in order to see them.

Your friend may want to contact support by submitting a support ticket.

Valerie » Post #12

Thu Aug 08, 2013 16:01 in General Support

TasMail wrote: Val, you don't need to be upset. I for one am only a little curious as to why you reply to members post that have symbols and do not edit it out.
It was just confusing to me that is all.
You also started a thread with a ! in the end of it, but then again, I do not have time to go thru all your threads you started.
All I am saying is if you or anyone had a problem then why didn't you tell me a long time ago, no big deal.


As you stated you can not "AND if you are allowed
to do it then ALL members would be allowed to do it
" then you should not be allowed to reply to members post with symbols in the subject line as well.


It really is not such a big deal as I think you thought I was making it. ;)
Go ahead and lock this thread.

I'm not upset. I've been trying to help you understand what you are upset about.
It's actually very cut and dry. Symbols, hearts, animals, topic/subject lines with no real direction,
are not allowed. This is more or less stated in the rules.

Part of your confusion seems to be with topic subject lines and threads.

A topic subject line example: I need help understanding how to cash out
The thread of that subject topic is the content inside and all the replies.

In regards to an explanation mark in a subject line topic, it really depends on what the topic is.
Just like the symbol for a smiley face in a topic, is usually allowed.
Again, I keep repeating myself that it is up to the moderator's discretion.

If you still do not understand, please contact admin as they may be able to explain it to you better
than I can.

Topic closed.

Valerie » Post #10

Thu Aug 08, 2013 13:11 in General Support

PS. by the way, your subject topics are not the only ones to be edited as there are plenty of
members that do have their subject topic edited

I typed in my name for searching the forums and I don't see that I made any subject topics
with unnecessary symbols. Altho I will say, I only searched thru the first few pages. After
the first page, the topics are mostly locked anyway.

Valerie » Post #9

Thu Aug 08, 2013 13:09 in General Support

TasMail wrote:
valerie wrote: Remember we are discussing subjects, not posts.

As stated, symbols per se are not allowed in subject lines.
Also as stated, it depends on the moderator, what members find irritating, complaints, etc.

Members cannot edit their posts once a moderator has edited the subject and/or post.

I am also speaking of subject lines. You yourself have replied to members post that have
: ) , !!! , and hearts (to include my post) in it.
:o

No one has said anything to to me that they find my subject lines irritating in the past, or else I would change what I am doing. I just think that if your gonna do it yourself, editing the subject line in some members post, you yourself should do it to "all" the post that you make replies to. I find that you are a very good mod Val, however, on this, not so much. If I did not see you reply to others post with symbols (mine included) then of coarse I would not see it as wrong. ;)

Ok I will try to explain this again as best I can.

First: Posting needless stuff in a subject topic is not allowed according to the rules. Rules are not
all inclusive of course as rules give a general basis for members to go on and usually members know
what is ok and what is not by reading the generalizations. Also, moderators use at their own discretion
content that may need editing, moved, etc.

Second: I posted some of the numbers to the forum rules so you could review that information. It
states more or less that topic subjects should make sense, to the point, and not have colors etc in it.

Third: As I also stated, moderators do edit topic subject lines as they have time to do so. The thing is
the majority of members do follow the rules and the majority of members do not post stars, hearts,
and various needless symbols into their subject line posts. You are absolutely NOT the only one but
you do have a tendency to do it more than anyone else, with almost every topic subject you post.

Four: Posting cutesy symbols such as hearts, is cute. Nothing wrong with cute. It is something that
tends to be posted to draw attention to the topic. Just like in safe lists and other various advertising
people will use various symbols to draw the eye to their ad. So understand, there is nothing wrong
with it per se, altho it is against the rules here, it is irritating to some people AND if you are allowed
to do it then ALL members would be allowed to do it and it could look quite silly here before long.

Five: I can't recall ever posting hearts and symbols in a topic subject line. Not saying I haven't done
it. Just saying I probably shouldn't have if I did.

Six: You know if this is really bothering you which it seems to be, you can contact admin and see
if you can get the rules changed or at least, have the rules to include hearts, symbols, animals, and
what have you to be ok'd in topic subject lines. I am not the admin here so who knows, maybe they
will edit the rules for you.

Paid to call offers not available? » Post #5

Thu Aug 08, 2013 10:59 in General Support

What country is your friend located?
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