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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 order:

France, Germany

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

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.

Why is that happening to me ? » Post #4

Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:08 in Tasks

I'm not too sure what you mean when you ask what should you do in this case because there is nothing you
can do if no more tasks are available for you to do. All you can do is keep checking back later to see if there is
more available tasks for you to do.

Some times members that are in the process of doing a task, do not complete the task. Therefore, another
task would become available.

And do keep in mind, tasks can change. One day there may be one kind of tasks to do and another day,
a totally different type of task to do.

Bottomline, all you can do is keep checking the tasks list for available tasks.

Letter/Image Grid » Post #1

Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:03 in Feature Requests

Remember the guy that created the grid because he wanted to make some money for new socks while in college?
He became a millionaire. That started the grid revolution, you could say.

I was thinking about a letter grid or even a picture grid.

A letter grid might be simply: A, B, C, D, etc in which members would click on a letter.
An image grid might be a little more in-depth: Meaning the advertiser might either choose an image or upload his own image.

The grid might take on a bit of a different shape: A dollar sign, a big C for ClixSense, a circle, etc

This grid would cost the advertiser a bit more and members would be able to earn for clicking in the grid.
It could be targeted or even limited clicks per day, dependent upon the amount of ads within it. For example,
a member would be allowed to click in this grid, once per day or five times per day, etc.

Another idea is a grid that when clicked in the blocks, would NOT launch a website but launch a banner.
The banner could then be clicked.

I'm just toying with some ideas for a new type of grid in which members can earn from it and which
advertisers would fine attractive.

Why is that happening to me ? » Post #2

Mon Aug 06, 2012 11:54 in Tasks

Because other members are in the process of doing those tasks.

Earning from forum posting » Post #10

Mon Aug 06, 2012 03:06 in Feature Requests

I think this has been briefly discussed before. I don't think it's a feature they would implement any time soon.

Usually forums that pay you to view them, are short lived or have an abundance of ads on their forums.

Topic closed.

can u tel me your nationality...and say i love cli » Post #3

Mon Aug 06, 2012 03:04 in General Talk

I am not sure what I am but I do enjoy ClixSense....feel kind of married to it, actually. :mrgreen:

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #42

Mon Aug 06, 2012 02:05 in General Talk

I keep looking at the retina macbook but they are so expensive! It would not be so bad my getting it except
the fact, I really don't need it. If I was away from home a lot, might be different. I have the 27". Also have
numerous laptops and a notebook.

New technology comes out so fast, it's difficult to keep up with it. I keep wondering what Apple is going to
come out with next.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #40

Sun Aug 05, 2012 21:41 in General Talk

I researched my issue and did not find any info of value to resolve it. It's not that big of a problem.
What I should be doing anyway, is turning my mac off when I go to bed and I wouldn't have the problem.

I've never used chrome. I may have to try that on my laptop or notebook. I have FireFox installed on my
pc's. But I don't use the pc's but rarely in regards to surfing the net.

Joining Survey companies » Post #5

Sun Aug 05, 2012 21:38 in General Talk

Click on 'Offers' at the top right of the screen. If you have any offers and or surveys available, they
will be listed there.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #38

Sun Aug 05, 2012 19:34 in General Talk

The issue I have had for a very long time, not with this update, is the videos stop working on everything until
I reboot. I don't hear or see anything. It's like the thing gets tired after a week. :lol:

I seriously need to do a search and think I will finally do that right now. Surely there must be others that have
this same issue.

Daily Checklist Bonus » Post #208

Sun Aug 05, 2012 17:47 in News and Updates

M_Desai wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't understand why there are always members moaning every time ClixSense offers more ways for us to earn.

Has anyone given thought at all about referrals and gaining referrals?

If you promote, the checklist bonus is now another income generating stream that will help you in gaining referrals.
Not only that, it will help members that have referrals, be more active, do more offers/tasks/click ads, etc.

I have already seen a large jump in my direct referrals doing offers/tasks, etc.

So here again, even if you don't see tasks or offers every day, it is going to help you if you have referrals or working
to gain referrals. When your direct referrals make money, you do too!

You are not getting the point at all.
This is about getting qualified for bonus.

Today 3rd day consecutively , i don't have any offers to complete.
There are only surveys in offers section where asians are hardly qualified.

And about tasks,no i ain't lazy,Check i complete around 50+ tasks a day. :lol:

Suppose if there is an offer of finding an address,there is limit of per person completing the given task,
So,if i complete the maximum number of tasks on the first day itself and next day no other tasks are added , there is nothing i can do to have the bonus.

Personal Bonus should be in members hand,rather then advertisers hand.

jjohnson777 wrote: If they really were mean they add new one:

10 task, 2 offers, or 1 new referral that day

Than we have people winning it impossible to get one.

Mind you I not trying and get one almost daily.

This seems to be a good idea.

It does not sound like you understand how it works.
You do not have to complete offers to receive the checklist bonus.

About the CHECKLIST BONUS » Post #7

Sun Aug 05, 2012 13:28 in General Talk

As a free member the bonus is 5% and for premium members the bonus is 10%.

So if you complete the checklist that is the amount you earn for that day PLUS as a checklist bonus.
That amount is the percentage based on your own checklist.

Daily Checklist Bonus » Post #4

Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:05 in General Talk

Just for the record in case someone is confused that reads this, it is not a requirement to do offers
in order to get the checklist bonus.

You can do at least 2 offers or at least 10 tasks. One or the other or both.
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