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Mods Entertaining People Duty » Post #9

Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:08 in General Talk

It's not nice to intimidate the moderators. WATCH OUT!

Well there was that time when I was pole dancing at the ClixSense bar and grill
when Marcel drove right through the doors and parked his motorcycle at the bar.
He said 'My bike goes where I go!'.

About that time tasman1 came riding in on a Wallaby and he said, 'My Wallaby
goes where I go!".

Shortly after that TiagoLemaire walked in and swaggered up to the bar. When
the bar tender ask him what he will have, he said 'I'll take a Queen of England
and make it a double!'.

While all that activity was going on, there was a guy sitting at a table in a corner
and he kept saying over and over and over again 'My name is Asish07 and I am
an exotic male Indian dancer!' while looking at a woman name lytt. She kept
replying, I am not Jamie Lee, I am not Jamie Lee, I am not Jamie Lee.

When the clock struck midnight DONG BONG DONG BONG DONG DING DING....
a woman name TasMail said 'FREE DRINKS FOR EVERYONE!'.

Fun was had by all. :roll:

How to advertise using ad credits? » Post #99

Mon Jan 16, 2017 00:55 in General Support

Deepanshu99 wrote: Can anyone tell me what is the profit of buying PTC adverts.

You cannot purchase PTC adverts in ClixSense.

You may purchase ad credits if you wish. The ad credits you purchase can then be used to advertise.
For example if you have something to sell then you might advertise your store page. If you're an
affiliate in programs you may use your ad credits to advertise those pages.

You do not earn on your own advertisements.

Access denied » Post #2

Sun Jan 15, 2017 22:03 in Bug reports

Abbreviations - I actually hate them » Post #10

Sun Jan 15, 2017 19:03 in General Talk

Actually, at the time, oh yes one needed to place the www if it called for it.
If you didn't place the www you might end up some where other than where you wanted to go.

any Tips? » Post #6

Sun Jan 15, 2017 11:11 in General Talk

Well you know what Billy, I don't mean to come off sounding sarcastic or lame but....IF you
don't have time to do any offers here and you don't have time to complete the checklist,
and you simply don't have the time, then what is it you expect?

I sure wish the Time Fairy would hit me with her magic wand because I could use some
more time too.

Actually, I prefer the Time Machine so I could go back about 40 years......GAWD!!!!
Wouldn't I be the famous and wealthy one. As soon as Google started up, I could
give them great suggestions and also buy as much stock as I could while it is low.
Oh and Bill Gates and I would be best buds. :lol:

Click » Post #2

Sun Jan 15, 2017 08:51 in General Support

There is no difference in ad views in regards to membership status other than advertisers
may target premium members instead of standard members. That means you probably
will receive a bit more ads than standard members.

Advertisers purchase ads and choose which options they want. 2 cent ads are not frequent.

Premium membership » Post #4

Sat Jan 14, 2017 18:24 in General Talk

Surveys a waste of time » Post #9

Sat Jan 14, 2017 18:21 in General Support

The topic starter has not ask a support question.

Topic Locked

Surveys a waste of time » Post #2

Sat Jan 14, 2017 11:30 in General Support


Did you have a support question? This is the support sub forum.

First Time Winning ClixGrid! (On Friday The 13th) » Post #2

Fri Jan 13, 2017 23:03 in Success Stories

It's very much worth it whether you win or not. It is required in order to earn the
daily checklist bonus. That is where the focus should be in order to make as much
earnings as you can. Focus on completing the checklist daily.

" Real Love" » Post #2

Fri Jan 13, 2017 19:12 in General Talk

I have not seen it but animals do have emotions and they do feel pain, happiness, loneliness, and love.
Not so different than human's. In fact, I would go so far to say that many animals have stronger emotions
and feelings than a lot of people.

Home Insurance-Venting » Post #7

Fri Jan 13, 2017 15:20 in General Talk

Well I would certainly be looking else where to purchase insurance because that makes no sense.

First of all, why would you insure land? Unless the land is wooded and for hunting or a sanctuary,
something like that, I don't think it could even legally be insured.

Second fact, land price average is approximately $1,000 to $4,000 an acre. A little more or a little
less depending on location. Prices can go considerably higher if it is clear prime farm land but not
$25K an acre. Business districts in the city and even lots much smaller than an acre can go very
high such as lake property, ocean front, etc.

I've just never heard of anyone insuring land.

I would certainly leave that insurance company because none of that makes any sense. In fact,
If they are saying all you have placed here, I would suggest you report them.

You can take out the amount of insurance you want as long as it is not way over the appraised
value. If your house is appraised at $25,000, legitimate insurance companies are not going to
allow you to take out a $265,000 insurance policy and if they do, you certainly won't get that
if your house is destroyed.

The first thing an insurance agent is going to do, is at least a drive by. The agent is either
already going to be familiar with your location and residence or at the very least, do a drive
by. The insurance company will also look at the property tax you pay.

Yep, they will charge more if you have an operational wood burning stove inside the house.

You really need to get a lawyer or something if the insurance companies are quoting you such
high prices when your property is valued lower. Seriously, you can get insurance and at the
going rates for your house and property tax appraisal value. They can't quote you such high
prices and over estimates without getting into some serious trouble.

I got news for you if you don't already know it. If your house is appraised at $25,000, you
will be fortunate if you get that if it does become unlivable.

I'll just give you an example of what I would do if my house was appraised at $25,000....

I would insure my house for $40,000. My personal belongings I would insure for $25,000.
If I am in a low lying area that is prone to flooding, I would add flood insurance. If I have
an old car, camper, other outside possible hazards, I would either junk it, sell it, or move it
back further on my property away from my house and/or buildings. This would keep my
premiums low but I would still be legitimately covered. If something happen and my house
was destroyed, I'd be very likely to receive close to what I had it and my personal property
insured for.

Insurance companies do not like small claims. So avoid if you can, turning in small claims.
A small claim for example would be a tree fell on an edge of your roof and you have to
replace a few tiles. DON'T file a claim. Pay for that yourself. BUT when you have a small
policy, such as my example above, they'll come close to paying out the full amounts.

Premimum member - No Cashoutlink » Post #7

Fri Jan 13, 2017 01:33 in Payment Processor Support

ClixSense does not allow spam.

If you have something you want to promote, you are welcome to purchase advertising.

Those who have only Payza payment processor. » Post #2

Thu Jan 12, 2017 22:40 in Payment Processor Support

Admin stated in the update that payza will be removed as an option for now.
He also stated that at some point, it may be brought back.

Can you pull a million dollars out of the sky and give it to me?
NO of course you can't.

Admin has no control over payza. Payza does not allow USA bank transfers.
IF Payza ever changes their operations to allow USA bank transfers, then admin can allow it as an option again.

In the update, it was also stated admin was working on trying to implement other options.
So far, Payoneer has been implemented. More options might be available in the future.

You should read the update if you haven't because everything is already stated there.

Why? Why? Why? » Post #3

Thu Jan 12, 2017 19:58 in General Talk

linphil wrote: Why do some people moan when they are making free money? I just cannot understand them. I sit at home doing my clicks and/or surveys. I play the ClixGrid game, sometimes I win and sometimes I don't. But, the thing is, I am doing this in the comfort of my home with the people I love. WHAT MORE COULD I ASK FOR???
Thank You ClixSense. Keep up the good work.
:D :clap:


paid to read ads » Post #46

Thu Jan 12, 2017 19:55 in Feature Requests

splat44 wrote: Valerie, I don't know what you mean by earning a whole lot less?

Can you explain?

If you consider my reply above:
splat44 wrote: Ya that would a a great option but I don't think it should be counted toward daily bonus as this isn't guaranty the amount of paid to read (PTR) as in PTC

In term of daily bonus:
Since amount of ptr isn't guaranty, if this goes through then perhaps jim might add on daily bonus calculation as long member does what require daily as usual?

importantly, we must have a very active email server in terms of spam filtering!

We clearly PTR link isn't guaranty to be included list of requirements toward daily bonus but can included as everall as bonus for doing what's already require for bonus.

Again I fail to see your reasoning!

valerie wrote: You'd make a lot less money if this was implemented, a whole lot less.

Oh, more than one reason, in my mind anyway.

1. Spam. This problem is so huge that it would take me a lot of time to type everything it would consist of. Email programs such as Hotmail, Yahoo and other lame junk email box's would overwhelm and bounce like crazy. Not to mention entering into the members email box very slow, after the ad ended. ClixSense would be blocked heavily and it wouldn't take long. A good example is Facebook and even Youtube blocking CS as well as other GPT/PTC/PTR. There's a whole lot more as I stated but no time to write a book on this subject. CS is of course very much aware of all the issues.

2. Server Overload. ClixSense stopped sending regular emails years ago due to the server overload, spam filters, etc. They only send the welcome emails now (enrollment) and the sponsor email (ref notification). Server overload can result in a lot more expense and I would think probably a lot more expense than what they would make. Here again, bounce backs can be a big issue.

You folks ever see a bounce back? You send an email to a dead box and what happens? It bounces back to you, doesn't it? Yes. Have you ever received that same one over and over and over and over again? Many will also make a loop. A thousand bounce backs can result in hundreds of thousands of returns, over and over and over again for days and days and days and days and days. All taking a big toll on the servers. The result can be a huge slow down of the CS websites, stalls, and even crashing.

3. How many emails would YOU get? Well, if you are any where outside of the USA, good luck because most will be targeted to the USA member base.

4. Advertisers Decisions won't look good. Why? Because only a few things can happen:

A - The advertiser chooses NOT to advertise on ClixSense because he wants to choose the email send. Thereby, reducing out member ad views.

B - The advertiser does NOT choose to advertise through the email because it would cost too much to do so. After all, CS can't send out thousands of emails to a targeted amount of people unless they charge a hefty rate.

C - Who does CS send the ad to? There's got to be some hefty programming involved or they play willy nilly with the send button? For example, an advertiser pays for 1000 emails to be sent to USA premium members only. WHICH 1000 members are going to receive that email?

Even the top PTR email programs such as HTMails couldn't hold the candle for long. Programs like Donkey mails, well, I think they stopped sending emails a millennium ago. Most PTR's that exist today, members must LOG IN and then click the message. Hey, what about those two great PTR's that shut down a couple of years ago? That owner was legit, charge little, paid out little, had an extremely active member base and advertiser base BUT the dollars just wasn't there to keep him running. He had to let it go.

5. Dare I mention the word? Should I? The word is.... FAIR. If that isn't one of the most over used words in this industry or even the entire world, I don't know what is. When there is angry upset members, well things don't look good. You know what happens to unhappy customers don't ya? They shop else where. There goes the member database....down down down......there goes the referrals the sponsors worked hard to achieve.....down down down.

There's a reason why PTC became popular and Emails clogging up the internet highway, is not one of them.

Of course, that is me doing my own thinking and maybe a tad of self experience tossed in too.

SenseErSize Class Ends - Special Day » Post #1

Thu Jan 12, 2017 15:37 in General Talk

Ok boys and girls, ladies and gents, cats and dogs, elephants and giraffe's, tigers and lions, admins and ceo's,....

Today is a Special Day at SenseErSize. Today class is letting out, forever.

Remember to always do some kind of exercise daily, even when sitting at the computer, you can in fact
do exercises even while viewing ads! Also, remember to drink several glasses of water daily.

Stay Healthy!

Alice Cooper - School's Out (from Alice Cooper: Trashes The World) - YouTube

help » Post #2

Thu Jan 12, 2017 15:28 in General Support

I don't know. Never heard of it.

This is Clixsense.

And we do not discuss other programs here.

Home Insurance-Venting » Post #5

Thu Jan 12, 2017 14:02 in General Talk

I never heard of such a thing in regards to insurance in a state having restrictions such as
only paying out 30%. That does not even make sense so I would talk to someone else.

Some things in regards to prices can vary depending on the AGENT doing the paper work.
Seriously. For example, let say you go to ABCD insurance company and request a quote.
You sit there and they type in their computer all the info, deductibles and such. They tell
you it will be $10. Then you go down on the other side of town or the next town over and
get a quote from the exact same insurance company, and they tell you $5. Just using those
low figures as an example.

Major insurance companies can give you a quote but when it gets down to the nitty gritty,
it may be some what different then what they quote you. In other words, no matter what
town or state you go to, it should be the same or very close to the same.

It is better to be over insured than under insured but just keep in mind, most insurance
companies are not going to pay out above the appraised value. This is VERY IMPORTANT
to realize. For example.....

If your house has an appraisal value of $100,000 and you insure it for $200,000, you are
going to be paying twice as much for the policy BUT if you have to make a claim, they are
going to pay out AT or BELOW the appraisal value.

It's not like the old days, in other words, and a lot of people, especially older people, don't
know things have changed. In the old days you paid $100,000 policy and if you made the
claim you got $100,000. It does not work like that today.

Go higher with the policy but not too high. It's better to be over insured than under insured.

Just keep in mind, you do want to base it on the appraised value.

If your house is appraised at $100,000 then take out a policy for $125,000. There is no need
to go any higher because all you're going to be doing is paying a higher premium.

ALSO be sure to know what they pay, if anything, in regards to trees, shrubs. Major insurance
companies do pay per tree/shrub. In ADDITION, major insurance companies will pay for yard
and driveway damage either done by the fire or done by the fire trucks. I had a lot of shrubs
that were destroyed and I think I was paid $250 for each.

All these things add up.

In regards to personal property, same thing. They will devalue it. Here is an example:

Toaster Oven - New Cost $100.00 - Year Purchased 2010 - Your Cost $50.00 - Their PayOut to You $20
So for a hundred dollar toaster, you get $20.

The same goes on the personal property, do not over insure by much because you will not receive
the actual cost for those items. This is why it is very important to make a list now, of all you have,
where you bought it, what year you bought, the cost you paid for it, etc. If your addition comes
to $100,000 in personal property, no point in insuring it for that amount because you won't get it.
You might get half that if you're lucky. Insure it for $75,000.

You want to keep your premiums as low as possible but some what above the values.

no good anymore » Post #10

Thu Jan 12, 2017 00:41 in General Talk

tryanythingonce wrote: i can well understand why people give such bad reviews for clixsense it used to be a good place for surveys but now an awfull lot do not credit and i have never heard of anyone getting i credited later

You haven't even been here one year yet and you're referring to some bad reviews?

There's more ways to earn money here than ever before.

In regards to survey routers, nothing different that I can see. It's always been a trial and error feat.
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