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Premium member's chances in clixgrid » Post #2

Fri Jun 15, 2012 02:36 in General Support

That has nothing to do with winning or not winning.

It's the luck of the draw and that is it period. Most people don't have good luck every day. If they did, we
would all be multi-millionaires from playing the slot machines in Vegas.

Have you ever woke up with a black eye? » Post #6

Fri Jun 15, 2012 02:33 in General Talk

sp1915 wrote: I googled the question waking up with a black eye?

Here's one response, sounds whacky to me!

Quote:you probably hit yourself while sleeping, when your asleep your brain releases a chemical into your blood to keep you from moving and acting out your dream but sometimes it releases it before you fall asleep or after you wake up sometimes not at all which causes sleep walking so you probably didnt get the chemical and hit yourself in the eye

That is weird. I tell you, I sleep like a rock. When I go to sleep, I don't move. I will wake up in
the exact same position as when I fell asleep. If I hit myself, I'd know it. :mrgreen:

Both eyes were very puffy. My right eye is still slightly puffy and the red bruising is still there. It's
the strangest thing. I thought that too, that maybe I have a ruptured vein where the bruising is,
which could be due to the swelling....but it's not. No rupture that I can see.

Have you ever cried so much that your eyes swell and behind your eyes feel weak and tired?
That's how my eyes look and feel. Looks like I been on a crying drunkard binge for a week and
someone socked me in the eye. :o

What is a household? » Post #2

Fri Jun 15, 2012 02:23 in General Support

Only one membership per household is allowed.

In reality this means, only one membership per same internet computer connection.

If you are all using or sharing the same internet connection, and all sign up to ClixSense, you would
all lose your ClixSense membership.

Have you ever woke up with a black eye? » Post #1

Thu Jun 14, 2012 19:25 in General Talk

Strangest thing, I woke up yesterday with a black eye. Not really black. Swollen eyes but mainly right
eye very swollen and red bruise along the corner of that eye and across to my nose. Same thing happen
when I woke up this morning, only not as bad. At first I thought my eye was bleeding, but it's a red dark
bruise. Looks like someone socked me a good one! :shock:

Just wondered if anyone else has experienced that?

website language » Post #2

Thu Jun 14, 2012 14:37 in General Talk

I'm not sure at the moment exactly what you mean.

But one thing you could so is use a translator.

Low credit » Post #2

Thu Jun 14, 2012 13:11 in General Talk

You need to do tasks and offers when they are available to you.
This can increase your earnings hugely.

Another thing you can do is the clixgrid daily. You might win some times.

And of course, another thing you can do is refer others.

There are a lot of topics in these forums that offer hints and tips for gaining referrals.

my payment thanks » Post #2

Thu Jun 14, 2012 12:10 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My First Payment Proof » Post #2

Thu Jun 14, 2012 02:05 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

Pending Payment » Post #2

Thu Jun 14, 2012 01:56 in Payment Processor Support

Two things:

1. Log into your paypal to see if it's there

2. If it's not there, it was probably returned and will be sent the upcoming Monday.
However, you may want to send a support ticket now to find out for sure.

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #26

Thu Jun 14, 2012 01:52 in Payment Proofs

rlutia66 wrote: That day to see big winners posting their success here on forum has come. Congratulations , Valerie,

PS. I love your watermark :lol::lol::lol:

valerie wrote:

Thanks ClixSense!

:lol: I got tired of looking at watermark software and instructions. I said the heck with it and instead,
painted all over the check image. Just as good I figure.

My 3 payment from ClixSense » Post #2

Wed Jun 13, 2012 16:46 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

clixsense » Post #2

Wed Jun 13, 2012 13:11 in General Talk

Yes, I like it too.

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #11

Wed Jun 13, 2012 02:14 in Payment Proofs

RudraG wrote: Hi Valerie. I want to know how you became a moderator and how are you able to cashout such a big amount?

All moderators are volunteers.

Members can cash out any time when they have accumulated the minimum amount required.
However, they don't have to cash out at any particular time frame.

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #8

Tue Jun 12, 2012 22:47 in Payment Proofs

Not all that many really in regards to directs. Over the years, I've sponsored directly over 1,000.
However, only about 10% of those are active now....and by the way, that is very good. Any time
you can get 10% in anything, you're doing exceptionally great.

I don't really like to relay my stats in regards to referrals because it changes often. Some members
I have sponsored over 5 years ago, are still active today. Some I sponsored, never did anything from
day one but join. People come and go like at a bus stop. But that should not hinder you as long as
you know it's true. Just keep some ads out there. Use a free blog service and consistently type some
info on your blog about ClixSense....it will go in the search engines and over time you'll get some sign
ups from it.

There is no shortage in places to promote your CS. Often people are surprised when they get a referral
and often more surprised to learn they came from a place they never would have thought they'd get a ref.

My overall downline changes dramatically and often. This is because members in my levels may advertise
and sign up a lot of people....that makes the numbers go higher, then a lot of those people may not stay
active...so it dramatically lowers the numbers. One month I'll have over 15,000, the next month over
13,000, the next month over 14,000. It constantly changes but it continues to grow.

The best way to go about ClixSense is:

-Upgrade Immediately
-Keep it open 24/7
-Click ads as much as you can when you see them (it all adds up)
-Do daily surveys and keep trying to do them thru-out the day
-Do the offers that you can do
-Do some tasks if you have the time
-NEVER forget about offline - everyone is looking for extra money (try flyers/biz cards on bulletin boards in student lounges, post offices, laundry mats, etc
-Create a blog about ClixSense, post info on it about ClixSense at least once a week
-Advertise at free classified ad sites as your time allows
-Advertise in traffic exchanges, text ad exchanges, forums, etc
-MAKE ClixSense your home. Because most everything else will come and go like the wind. Be smart, make your home with what works and will continue to exist for many years and is already proven. Common Sense.

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #4

Tue Jun 12, 2012 15:27 in Payment Proofs

The check is really a nice light blue. I don't know why it came out the grayish brown color. :lol:

61st payout - $600.57 - Check » Post #1

Tue Jun 12, 2012 13:52 in Payment Proofs

I had to take a picture of this check with my iPod, since my scanner is not working with my Mac OS.



Thanks ClixSense!

1st Payment » Post #2

Tue Jun 12, 2012 13:06 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

My 2 Payment » Post #2

Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:40 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!

Surveys » Post #16

Tue Jun 12, 2012 09:53 in Portuguese

You're welcome.

Payment » Post #2

Tue Jun 12, 2012 05:25 in Payment Proofs

Congrats!
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