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I think I killed a Copperhead, what ya think? » Post #5

Wed Sep 26, 2012 09:35 in General Talk

Only thing is, they say copperheads are not aggressive and will usually run the other way when confronted. Just the opposite of a cottonmouth. They say cottonmouth's are very aggressive and will keep trying to bite you.

At first, I thought it might be a young cottonmouth. Cottonmouths around here are usually very dark, almost black but the young ones can be lighter. I was mighty sure it wasn't a cottonmouth as I got a better look at him due to it's distinct saddle markings.

However, he would not run away. He kept standing up, striking at me, trying to bite. I took the shovel, and sort of scoop flipped him a ways towards the pond. He came back towards me and every time I would flip him with the shovel, he still turned back and came for me. By this time, I decided he was a copperhead and I had enough of him. Flipped him a good one and when he tried to strike that time, I let him have it and pinned his head/neck area with the shovel.

All my grass is freshly mowed. I do have a lot of stick piles up against trees. I pick up sticks and limbs that fall from the trees, and will make piles by a tree. I do that all thru out the summer months and then when the weather cools, I have to get a burn code (permit), collect all the sticks to one huge pile, and burn it all.

Copperheads like wood piles. I figure he must have made a home in one of those stacks of sticks. Not sure why he was crawling in the short grass towards me. The weather here has cooled a tad. Could be he was simply cooling off in the grass. Or maybe he was hungry!

Referrals » Post #2

Wed Sep 26, 2012 01:25 in Feature Requests

This is the feature request forum.

Referral earning too less even for PREMIUM members » Post #2

Tue Sep 25, 2012 20:24 in General Support

It really depends on you and what you are doing. You do also earn more on your direct referrals activity as an upgraded member.

May I advertise my Ebay auctions on ClixSense? » Post #2

Tue Sep 25, 2012 20:21 in General Talk

Yes I have viewed advertising at ClixSense of ebay stuff from ebay sellers.

I think I killed a Copperhead, what ya think? » Post #3

Tue Sep 25, 2012 20:20 in General Talk

I believe it was too.

I think I killed a Copperhead, what ya think? » Post #1

Tue Sep 25, 2012 19:04 in General Talk

This feller would not leave. He/She just kept on striking, trying to bite me. Normally, I won't kill a snake unless I think it's poisonous. I have to kill the poisonous ones because they put me and all the critters out here in jeopardy. At first, I thought it was a big brown snake but then noticed it's bands and distinct markings. I thought it might be a young cottonmouth (water moccasin) but I concluded this is a copperhead. I was working on the deck and took a break prancing around with only flip-flops on my feet, smashing mole tunnels. Do you know what a mole tunnel is? Pesky creatures and I sure have a lot of them out here. I had the flat square head shovel, smashing down the mole tunnels when this snake appeared and wanted to fight. I tried to shoo him off and he was determined to fight. I thought it best for him to meet his maker....better him then me! I've never been good at identifying snakes. I still have the shovel stuck in his neck as I might get a better look at his head, after I am sure he is dead.

Games » Post #2

Tue Sep 25, 2012 14:31 in General Support

No, sorry we do not.

Surveys » Post #2

Tue Sep 25, 2012 14:29 in General Support

Hello. I'm wondering what your question is?

In regards to your 'considering whether you should continue filling out surveys' is a decision only you can make.

You have not stated any pertinent information so that we might help you. In other words, the browser you are
using, if you clear cookies/cache/history before doing particular surveys/offers. Have you read my tips in the offers/
surveys forum? That might help.

I will tell you that some surveys are easier to qualify for than others. I will also tell you that some are more
difficult to credit than others. Most of us that do the daily surveys, prefer SSI, PeanutLabs, and Lab24 (or is
that Lab42). Also 'Samplicio' pays out more per survey completion $1.50 so if you can complete one of those,
it can be worthy of time spent.

Paypal Payout to a not verified Paypal account. » Post #2

Tue Sep 25, 2012 14:23 in Payment Processor Support

Hi.

Payouts are completed on Mondays of each week. Therefore, if you did not receive payout you would probably receive it this next upcoming Monday.

However, to make sure, please do submit a support ticket so they can tell you exactly and you will know for sure when you will receive it. They reply to support tickets rather quickly.

When is the payment of bonus? » Post #2

Mon Sep 24, 2012 22:48 in General Talk

Not too sure what you are asking and will guess.

The checklist bonus is paid daily. Of course, they don't pay the checklist bonus the same day you make it because you might make more before the day is over.

You are absolutely correct about not having a checklist bonus if they don't give it. That would not make any sense to anyone. I'm wondering why you even made such a statement because everyone gets paid their checklist bonuses.

About Feature Requests - Read First » Post #7

Mon Sep 24, 2012 21:05 in Feature Requests

napkinone wrote: i would like to make a request. Can clixsense make the tasks so we can tell which one we already taken without going into them. Right now there are so many alike and I can't take some of them and I have to ck them all to get one I haven't done. Waste of time for me. Unless there is a way to find out and I don't know it. thank you.

Not too sure what you mean. Once a task is completed, it is no longer active to do.

How much i can earn via upgraded memebr ship » Post #8

Mon Sep 24, 2012 20:54 in General Support

oceanlover1972 wrote: I see what you mean. I average 20 cents a day with the checklist bonus, so I'd make about 40 cents a day with the upgrade. I'll think about it after I get my first check...I need to see this money to believe I'm really getting it :) Thanks again for the info :)
~Karen

Yes, that is what I mean. If you are making on average .20 cents a day checklist bonus ... that is 20 cents x 30 = $6.00 and so what is happening is, as a free member you are leaving $6.00 on the table every month. In two or three months, possibly much less, you would have recouped your $17 upgrade. I'm not trying to talk you into anything. Just want you to be aware of how it works.

How much i can earn via upgraded memebr ship » Post #6

Mon Sep 24, 2012 13:17 in General Support

oceanlover1972 wrote: I would assume it depends on how you work this site. I don't have referrals and don't plan on getting any, so I see no reason to upgrade. I only do surveys, nothing else and I've made about $70 since I started taking surveys on Sept. 7th of this year (I know it says 2010, but that's just when I signed up and forgot about it). I didn't realize that the only way (for me) is to take surveys. I find the tasks to be terribly time consuming and don't have the patience for them. So, unless someone tells me the premium option actually gives me more surveys, I'm not upgrading.

Ya but you are missing out on the daily checklist bonus. If you were to click a few ads each day, you'll earn those few cents of course, click ten clixgrid ads which take about 2 minutes and you might win some money of course, visit the forum daily which you pretty much do anyway, do at least 2 offers/surveys daily which you're pretty doing already of course, you were earn 50% more on the checklist bonus each day IF you are doing the checklist bonus.

In other words, free members can earn 5% whereas paid members earn 10% checklist bonus.

Malware ! » Post #2

Mon Sep 24, 2012 09:08 in Bug reports

I have not experienced any virus's, etc, in the over 5 years I have been using ClixSense.

However, if you do have a computer prone to virus's and that sort of issues, of course you should have anti-virus software.
It sounds like you do.

Premium Membership Should Vary » Post #7

Mon Sep 24, 2012 00:00 in Feature Requests

This topic makes no sense at all.

Premium membership earnings is the same for all premium members just like free members earn the same as all free members. Whether you are premium or free, you earn the amount stated for the work you do. It does not matter what country you are in, you will earn the stated amount, period.

Topic locked.

Allow me to show you something - Refs Hint » Post #5

Sun Sep 23, 2012 23:53 in Success Stories

That is someone I sponsored that purchases advertising and that is my commission earnings on each of the advert purchases.

Just upgraded to Premium » Post #2

Sat Sep 22, 2012 15:24 in Success Stories

Congrats!

Closed » Post #2

Sat Sep 22, 2012 01:36 in Payment Proofs

Yes, actually most the other ptc's are junk.

Congrats on all your payouts!

Do you think people are robots? » Post #8

Sat Sep 22, 2012 01:34 in General Talk

But if we are programmed to the possibility to be creative every day, then that is up to us.....like a good machine or a bad machine.

:mrgreen:

Allow me to show you something - Refs Hint » Post #1

Fri Sep 21, 2012 18:50 in Success Stories

Thus far TODAY, I have earned over $18 in affiliate commissions. Just thought I'd show you something:

21 Sep 2012 10:25 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 10:25 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 10:25 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 10:25 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 10:25 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 09:38 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 09:38 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 09:38 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000
21 Sep 2012 09:38 EST Commission Premium Sale Referral - Level #1 Complete - $1.7000

If you're having a tough time achieving referrals, by all means, DON'T forget about the ADVERTISER!

Try focusing your promotions to people that are seeking advertising resources. Explain the advertising nature of ClixSense.
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