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What type of website does this link lead to » Post #2

Wed Jul 18, 2012 14:14 in Tasks

A directory site, usually focuses on a specific type of product or service listing that a person is searching for.
An example might be 'shoes'. You might see a website that lists a lot of links that will redirect people to the
type of shoes they are looking for.

A valid business website is simply a business website that has been validated in one way or another.
For example Macys dot com is a valid business website. It is a well know business. It's not a scam
business. It's not a scam website. It's not a website that is unknown.

I'm not sure what you are asking in regards to 'what you should do with'.
You don't do anything if you don't own the website.

FYI regarding no tasks » Post #63

Wed Jul 18, 2012 14:08 in Tasks

No, I'm not changing any diapers, thank you very much.

rahulbiswas, I think what that member was saying is 'they don't allow you to do many'.
However, I don't believe that to be the case at all.

It's very simple, yet there are members that want to complicate it.

When there is tasks to be done and targeted to your locale, you can choose to do them.

That is all there is to it. One friggin sentence says it all in a nutshell.

If you watch the tasks list of members that have done tasks, it's very obvious more people outside
the USA does the tasks and a lot of them.

If you want to make money online, I can tell you from experience, you'll make a lot more if you
don't waste your time complaining. Learn to spend your time constructively...if you do that, you
will make more money!

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #27

Tue Jul 17, 2012 16:58 in General Talk

A square metre is equal to:
0.000 001 square kilometre (km2)
10,000 square centimetres (cm2)
0.000 1 hectares (ha)
0.001 decares (daa)
0.01 ares (a)
0.1 deciares (da)
1 centiare (ca)
0.000 247 105 381 acres
1.195 990 square yards
10.763 911 square feet
1,550.003 1 square inches

I had to google it.

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #22

Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:07 in General Talk

Dang! I think the Philippines has my vote on buying power.

Whatever you do, don't buy anything in Canada. :lol:

Ok, how much does a nice house cost in your country? I'll define nice house:

Approximately 2000 square foot house
Less than 20 years old
2 or 3 bedroom
1 or 2 bathrooms
1 acre of land
standard grade for your area of the world

In the USA, house cost can vary greatly. For example, where I live, in a rural country area in the state
of Tennessee, small community area, housing costs much less than if I was in New York. It's hard to define
the prices here. A rough relay of the price would be about $125,000 to $175,000 in rural areas and small
towns and cities to upwards of half a million dollars or more, in major cities. This according to the house
listed above.

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #6

Tue Jul 17, 2012 02:35 in General Talk

What's a RON?

What's a kls?

What's a Zinger?

What does $10.00 buy you in your country? » Post #1

Mon Jul 16, 2012 22:15 in General Talk

I'm just wondering what people can buy with $10 in other countries/states?

I'm in the USA in the state of Tennessee. Here is some items I can buy for under $10.00:

Sliced Bread = about $2.50 per loaf. This price does vary with the type and brand of bread.
I'm primarily referring to sliced white bread.

Case of Cokes = about $6.50 at the walmart. That's for a case of 24.

Gallon of 2% milk = about $3.80 per gallon. Again, this amount varies in price depending upon the brand.

One reason why I ask this question is because I wonder what members can really do with a
$6.00 or an $8.00 payout? Another reason I ask is because I am simply curious as to how
much things like food, cost in other countries.

PS. I am not including tax. Just wondering what the costs are without tax.

member "You" » Post #6

Mon Jul 16, 2012 19:48 in Tasks

Some sites implement a comparison. I am guessing that is what they have done here.

In other words, you can see the top task completers. The 'YOU' will display the tasks number you have done in those categories for those time frames.....IF you do any. If you don't do any, it will remain blank with simply the YOU display.

When I view it, it shows me the American flag with YOU.
I am guessing when you view it, the Portugal flag displays with YOU.
That is because neither of us had did any tasks in this time frame.

If we were to do some tasks, we would see perhaps not our name, but we would see our tasks scores there and
could compare it to those names we see in the top lists.

member "You" » Post #4

Mon Jul 16, 2012 19:16 in Tasks

Exactly.

member "You" » Post #2

Mon Jul 16, 2012 19:13 in Tasks

Just guessing but I would say that is reserved for 'YOU'.

In other words, it is saying 'your name could be here too if you do tasks'.

post your Downline Size image » Post #12

Mon Jul 16, 2012 19:11 in General Talk

LOL

The flowers are purrrty

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #60

Mon Jul 16, 2012 19:06 in Payment Proofs

bumper up for promo

Lost ads. » Post #2

Mon Jul 16, 2012 01:39 in General Talk

Ads run out when the advertisers ad credits run out.

~*~Once upon a time~*~ » Post #46

Sun Jul 15, 2012 20:11 in General Talk

...when all of a sudden, Mutchy Wutchy the dancing raccoon, saw Macho Man walking up to the door with armfuls of groceries. Mutchy Wutchy was licking his lips when he saw the biggest bear he had ever saw in his life.....

New Portuguese Member in ClixSense » Post #2

Sun Jul 15, 2012 16:59 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard!

Patience is a virtue. waiting for task again » Post #6

Sun Jul 15, 2012 16:17 in Tasks

Maybe because members are constantly complaining over here. Maybe members are sending way too many support messages to them.

Think about it.

Drop Down Menu from to 75 please » Post #15

Sun Jul 15, 2012 16:03 in Feature Requests

Cool! Groovy! Fun!

Thanks.

Drop Down Menu from to 75 please » Post #14

Sun Jul 15, 2012 15:49 in Feature Requests

aha! I think I got it. Located someones page explaining activating extensions on safari.

I'll give it a go and see what happens.

Drop Down Menu from to 75 please » Post #13

Sun Jul 15, 2012 15:32 in Feature Requests

I tried to find info about availability for safari but couldn't. I downloaded it anyway, and it does not work with safari.
Now I am trying to figure out how to remove it.

ENGLISH Only in this forum » Post #3

Sun Jul 15, 2012 14:44 in Feature Requests

I can read English, American Sign Language, and Finger Spelling.

I wish I could read and understand all languages but I can't. Most the moderators assigned to the
Non-English speaking forums, cannot read the other languages either. So, there is no point in posting
in Non-English outside of the Non-English forums....we can do nothing but edit out the post.

ENGLISH Only in this forum » Post #1

Sun Jul 15, 2012 14:34 in Member Introduction

Posts are only allowed in English in this forum.
See INTERNATIONAL forums for posting in Non-English.

Thank you very much for abiding by the rules.
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