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Daily checklist bonus » Post #2

Thu Aug 09, 2012 00:14 in General Support

Yes it displays in your earnings stats pages.
(Transaction History)

Liberty reserve Cashout TOO HIGH » Post #19

Wed Aug 08, 2012 19:41 in Payment Processor Support

Topic has been discussed more than once and admin is very aware of LR fees, the number of members
that actually use it for cash out, etc.

Topic closed.

redeem » Post #4

Wed Aug 08, 2012 14:13 in Payment Proofs

surobhiroy wrote:
jontwosix wrote: hi. you can cash-out at 8$,for free member.just add ur alertpay details.hope that helps you,if not send me reply.thx :thumbup:

hie jontwosix!
i dnt hv an alertpay accnt...nd i thing is i want to knw the procedure aftr i hv n accnt in alertpay or payza..hw do i get goin...i ask for a cashout from clixsense and den wat?

Cashouts are done every Monday USA eastern time zone.
So if you cashout today for example, you would be paid next week, Monday USA time.
Also make sure you have chosen and entered your payment option info correctly within your ClixSense.

Payza despite problems ? » Post #20

Wed Aug 08, 2012 14:11 in Payment Processor Support

Shaiannna wrote: I requested a pay out to Payza last Tuesday, July 31st. I am still waiting for it to be handled. I would hope if Clixsense was having issues with transferring funds I would get an email or something. I need these funds to be in Payza as I will use it to pay another site from my Payza that does not accept Paypal, anyone know if these issues are fixed or if there might be another hold up on my account??

Make sure you have entered your correct payout information. That's the first thing you need to do.
The second thing you need to do is log into payza to double check if it is there or not.

who is famous celebrity in olympics » Post #5

Tue Aug 07, 2012 22:36 in General Talk

Tuberlance84 wrote: I think all my Country Athletics are the best Portugal 0 Medals
yeahhhhhhhhhhh

the best....

Me been sarcastic :thumbdown:

:lol:

who is famous celebrity in olympics » Post #2

Tue Aug 07, 2012 17:33 in General Talk

I guess I'd have to say Michael Phelps. I can envision him doing a pot commercial tho.....something like....

'Smoking a Joint Did Not Slow Me Down!' :roll:

ALL Successful people have this in common » Post #4

Tue Aug 07, 2012 15:08 in General Talk

Ammadd wrote: I am now in class 10 i learnt this all in class 9 :lol:
Got really good marks in physics though 74/75 got total 467/525 (89%) in matric federal board similar to getting 24 A+ in olevels happy :P

That's great! Good to study and make the best marks/grades you can. It will pay off for you!

Hello..... » Post #2

Tue Aug 07, 2012 13:19 in Member Introduction

Good day to you, as well. :clap:

Clickgrid winnings. » Post #2

Tue Aug 07, 2012 13:18 in General Talk

If you want to win, that would be a good reason to continue clicking.

Often members win more than once in their daily clixgrid clicking.

REWARD » Post #4

Tue Aug 07, 2012 13:17 in General Talk

There is no pattern.

It does not matter what square you click.

Winning is simply random.

ALL Successful people have this in common » Post #1

Tue Aug 07, 2012 13:15 in General Talk

I figured the answer out a long time ago. :lol:

You remember learning this in school? :

1. First law: Every object continues in its state of rest, or of uniform motion in a straight line, unless compelled to change that state by external forces acted upon it.

2. Second law: The acceleration a of a body is parallel and directly proportional to the net force F acting on the body, is in the direction of the net force, and is inversely proportional to the mass m of the body, i.e., F = ma.

3. Third law: When two bodies interact by exerting force on each other, these action and reaction forces are equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction.

What do these laws tell us about the real secret to success?
What is it that all successful people have in common?

I'll give you a hint: For every action, there is a reaction.

For every action you take, there will be a reaction. Whether you realize it or not.
For every non-action, there will be no reaction...unless of course, there is an external force acting upon it....which of course relates back to action.

The answer is: ACTION

Every successful person in the world, is successful because of ACTION.

Something to keep in your head.

Daily Checklist Bonus » Post #258

Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:38 in News and Updates

siaukia_jaja wrote: HOw ca I do offers?

Click on 'Offers' and follow the instructions for each offer.

REWARD » Post #2

Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:36 in General Talk

The tip is to click in the clixgrid every day.

Introduce gift card system » Post #4

Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:41 in Feature Requests

This has already been discussed and it is in consideration.

Topic closed.

Affiliates » Post #2

Tue Aug 07, 2012 02:46 in General Support

I think this page here is a very clear picture of how much you earn.
I see you are a free member. You would have earned a bit more if you were premium.
My Account: Premium Account - ClixSense

You also said your direct referral relayed to you that he had made $1.35 but you did not
state what he did to earn that $1.35. For example, he may have won some earnings playing
the clixgrid. Perhaps he did a daily survey or an offer or even some tasks.

This is quite amazing - squirrel purrs like momma » Post #1

Mon Aug 06, 2012 23:10 in General Talk

Spam » Post #2

Mon Aug 06, 2012 22:48 in Payment Proofs

You can't post images here from your facebook that rotate ads within the image.
If you want to advertise here, you are welcome to purchase advertising thru your ClixSense member area.

What country spends the most money online? » Post #3

Mon Aug 06, 2012 22:19 in General Talk

I don't know. You could do some research by searching in google to see what you can find.
I did not look very much. Found the above info on a couple of sites. But I'd guess those are
the countries that spend the most online...in order:

USA
UK
France, Germany
China
Canada

What country spends the most money online? » Post #1

Mon Aug 06, 2012 21:21 in General Talk

Doing a little research I found this:

Men spend 19 percent more than women do.
Austin, Texas spend four times as much money as people in Detroit.
People who consistently shop online spend 24.6 percent more than people who shop in stores.
Americans aged 50 to 65 spend 74 percent more money per year than Americans aged 18 to 25.
People from Connecticut are the nation's biggest spenders, outspending Montanans by 112 percent.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adults spend 26 percent more on holiday gifts than heterosexuals.

The world's most avid clothes shoppers are the Chinese, with 31 percent saying that clothes shopping is their "favorite thing to do," compared to 14 percent of Italians and 13 percent of Argentines.

Southerners spend the most money on sports-logo apparel.

Gay male travelers spend 48 percent more on vacations than heterosexual travelers do.

College-educated people spend less on "conspicuous consumption" merchandise than high school-educated people.

Women spend 83 percent more money than men on virtual goods, purchased online to be used while playing digital games.

Here is the information for B2C in 2008 for a selected number of countries:
China: RMB 8.12 billion
USA: USD 221 billion
Germany: EUR 12.6 billion
UK: GBP 59.8 billion
France: EUR 20.1 billion
Canada: CAD 6.9 billion

Why is that happening to me ? » Post #6

Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:26 in Tasks

People contact the tasks company CrowdFlower and those people advertise with CrowdFlower to have their tasks done.
Those people are the ones that designate what target of people they want to do their tasks, what countries.

So tasks and who can do them, is dependent upon the people that pay to have them done.

There are different categories of tasks in which also each category of task may be available only to those in specified
countries.

MooMoo in Ireland may have tasks that he only wants people in Ireland to do.
JooJoo in Russia may have tasks exactly like MooMoo that he only wants people in Europe to do.

If you are looking at a specific category of tasks, it is what it states. When those tasks are completed, that is the end
of that set of tasks. A similar may return that might be targeted to a different group of people then again, it may not.
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