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Do you believe in Santa Claus? » Post #5

Sun Dec 25, 2011 01:31 in General Talk

Santa does a lot of good the world over.

Unlike the spider that sat down beside her, or the wicked stepmother feeding poor snow-white a poison apple, or the poor rock a by baby that falls from the tree top, or kissing ugly toads hoping for a prince, or the bad wolf that ate poor grandma or the poor pigs or ... :lol:

It is really strange when you think about it. I think there is almost something a bit deranged in those writers that came up with those stories. Perhaps, even something more deranged in us, that have noted them classic fairy tales and read them to our children.

One must admit, even the road runner is a mighty violent bird.

Santa is one of the few strong and one of the few good. Nothing wrong with Santa except him sneaking down those chimneys in the dark of night. :lol: Santa makes donations. Santa delivers presents to the poor and needy. Santa
feeds children and adults. Santa leaves money and often very big money, to charities. Santa visits the retirement
homes and nursing homes. Santa visits children's hospitals. Santa brings cheer, faith, and hope. Santa is everything
good in the world.

Always believe in Santa, no matter how old you get. He is one of the few we can count on. :P

PS. Santa also teaches good work ethics. :D

Making Money with ClixSense Surveys » Post #63

Sun Dec 25, 2011 01:21 in Success Stories

Because there is no surveys for Singapore residents. You might want to talk to companies in Singapore.

hello all » Post #2

Sun Dec 25, 2011 01:19 in Member Introduction

Hello and Welcome to the ClixSense forum! :)

Do you believe in Santa Claus? » Post #3

Sat Dec 24, 2011 23:02 in General Talk

Yes. :P

Did you know? » Post #32

Sat Dec 24, 2011 17:31 in General Talk

I got a kick out of that.... 'I'm coming Rudy'. :mrgreen: :lol: :clap:

THANK YOU CLIXSENSE FOR THE GIFT » Post #2

Sat Dec 24, 2011 17:29 in General Talk

Merry Christmas!

It's fun to click in the clixgrid because you never know when you will be the next winner. :P

Hello All! » Post #2

Sat Dec 24, 2011 17:27 in Member Introduction

Hello and Merry Christmas!

Happy Holidays! » Post #6

Sat Dec 24, 2011 16:38 in General Talk

Merry Christmas!

Whats for Christmas Dinner - Yum Yum » Post #14

Sat Dec 24, 2011 16:36 in General Talk

I had a good day. Most everyone ate something different. Most the kids ate pizza. I had shrimp. My son had country steak. I think my son-in-law had steak. They had long tables and pushed two together to make room for us all. It was nice and the restaurant was decorated, Christmas tree and all, so we had the Christmas spirit going. Most of them I had not seen in some time and it's always mind blowing to see how fast the grand kids grow in a relatively short period of time.

The weather was pretty nice also. Bright sunny day, in the low 50's. A tad chilly but I'm not complaining, no rain, no snow, a nice day for a drive too.

I was up in Northern Indiana, by Gary, Calumet City, Highland, etc. Went to grade school with Michael Jackson's cousin. :mrgreen:

Referrals - Out of the Box Tips » Post #3

Sat Dec 24, 2011 09:27 in General Talk

A faulty space heater caused the fire. It did not burn the house down but it might as well had.

I'm New Member » Post #3

Sat Dec 24, 2011 07:45 in Member Introduction

Sri Lanka, sounds exotic. Welcome aboard! :P

Referrals - Out of the Box Tips » Post #1

Sat Dec 24, 2011 07:40 in General Talk

I know that most the time we get stuck in the same ole box when it comes to promoting. People tend to take the same ole route, advertising at bux sites, advertising thru traffic exchanges, advertising on banner exchanges, etc etc etc.

I thought I'd share with you, some out of the box, ways to gain referrals. Can you think of some out of the box ways to gain referrals? This might be a good place to share those ideas.

*One I did some years ago was a 'work at home with disabilities' web page. Now I must say, I did not create the page to promote CS as CS did not even exist at that time. You would not believe the attention that page drew...a lot. I had my
phone number on it and I even received phone calls. Since that page did so well, I am considering creating another, targeted to people that have disabilities that are seeking to make extra income online.

*Over a year ago, my house was destroyed by fire. I'm actually living in a small addition that I had built onto my shop.
I'm in the process of rebuilding and I do have a new house up. However, the house won't be finished until summer. It's
sort of an empty shell at the moment. I started working on a page some months ago, that I have not finished. This page
is targeted at people that have lost their homes do to some sort of disaster. This page is to explain how home owners
insurance works, what to do, what to expect, all the ins and outs....but it also focus is on 'replacement costs'...because
when you lose everything, you have nothing...those items must be replaced and insurance depreciates what you had...
therefore, the page explains how they can get cash back and make extra money, to help them in their long journey to
help cover their replacement costs.

*Weird Stuff - Can you think of things people in general search for by the thousands every day? Well I can think of some things. Cars, Vehicles, Boats, Medical Advice, Mortgage Crisis, and the list goes on and on. You can create content pages and place a CS banner on the pages. You can even say 'Please Click The Banner to Keep Our Web Page Free'. You may even be able to target these people by saying something like 'Make Extra Money to Purchase Your Dream Car'.

*Tell a Story - This is a big one. If you can tell an interesting story whilst doing it in a way that has a lot of content and
keeps the visitor interested from the first sentence to the last, you can be in like flint. :D Example might be 'divorce' in which people are now on a single income.

*All about YOU - Even if you don't think so, you have something you like very well. Do you sew? Do you babysit? Do you work at a factory? Do you have pets? Are you an artist? What do you do? What do you like to do? Think of something you can talk about that you enjoy talking about. When you enjoy something and/or you have a lot of information about something, create a page about it. Create an article on your blog about it. The thing is, when you have such information, there are lots of other people out there that either want that information or can relate to that information. How do you pay your vet bills, how do you find the extra money to sew new curtains, how do you make money for paint supplies, how do you compensate to make more money besides babysitting, how do you help pay your college education....? etc. I'm sure you can see where I am going with this. You can easily place CS banners and / or explain to others that land on your page due to their same interests, what you are doing to make extra money. It's these types of pages that go in the search engines and google loves them because they contain REAL info that PEOPLE SEARCH for.

There's a lot of out of the box things you can do. This is just a few examples.

Whats for Christmas Dinner - Yum Yum » Post #12

Sat Dec 24, 2011 07:01 in General Talk

It sure sounds good rheydickson. It's interesting the different foods people eat around the world.

bpizor, I was born and grew up in Indiana. I lived in Florida for a year, back in 2000 I think it was, been to Hilton Head too.
Also have friends in North Carolina, not far from Wilmington. He's a nuclear engineer and she's a teacher. They're originally from the Chicago area too (Indiana), we all grew up together, same neighborhood, same block. One of their children bought 6 Chicago deep dish pizza's and brought to North Carolina. I guess they froze them. That's what their having for Christmas eve today also, pizza.

Looking for Chocolate Chip Bread Recipe » Post #12

Fri Dec 23, 2011 23:16 in General Talk

It turned out good but not as good as I would like. It was very good, rich, for what it was.
I was just expecting more of a giant brownie, I guess. :P
Too many chocolate chips. It tasted like a giant chocolate chip.

I think the next time I make it, I will use the chocolate pudding and put nuts in it.
Also, I will cut down on the amount of chocolate chips.

I froze half of it.

Whats for Christmas Dinner - Yum Yum » Post #8

Fri Dec 23, 2011 23:11 in General Talk

Yum, I love broccoli casserole.

We're having a Christmas eve dinner tomorrow.... pizza. :lol:
Well, it's actually called a pizza and steak house. None of us have been there but it is one place that is open til 5pm.
So tomorrow is my main family get together. The kids and grand kids are a bit scattered around and we're meeting in
a town that won't be so far for everyone to drive to. I don't know what they'll want to eat. I imagine the grand kids will want pizza...we probably will all eat pizza. :D

Christmas day, I am baking a ham, sweet potato casserole, rolls, potato salad, whipped potatoes, cranberry sauce roll, green beans. Also, I made peanut butter fudge and chocolate fudge....and I have made cookies plus a double layer pineapple upside down cake. I usually make mac and cheese because the grand kids like it...something about those noodles, ya know. We're tater people over here. :mrgreen:

I sure am hungry!

I am ____? » Post #24

Fri Dec 23, 2011 23:01 in General Talk

That's funny. :lol:

Whats for Christmas Dinner - Yum Yum » Post #6

Fri Dec 23, 2011 21:57 in General Talk

It sure sounds good.

How do you cook it and how do you eat it?

Do you bake the ham in an oven?

Do you eat it sliced with cheese?

Hmmmm, think I just made myself hungry. ;)

"Clicksense Team" » Post #15

Fri Dec 23, 2011 21:51 in General Talk

Well Budkin, I think just the opposite. Some times people make simple things, complicated.

Sure, the standard same ole same old places that a particular sector is use to advertising at or with, may have
a lot of CS members already. The flip side is, there are millions of people out there that have never heard of CS.
Whether it be advertisers or whether be people that would like to make extra money. That's why I think having
a blog is a good idea and keeping the blog updated. Which is by the way, one thing I don't have but intend to do..
blog. You may not get a swarm of sign ups but as long as you keep updating content on your blog, most probable
you will get referrals from it.

ClixSense is very simple to explain. Sure is a lot easier to explain it than most anything else I have or am a
member of:

Online almost 5 years
Free
Optional crazy low yearly fee
Earn by viewing brief advertisers ads
Make money as your time allows
Refer others and make more money
Lots of payout options
Weekly payouts possible

That's it in a nutshell. It does not matter who your sponsor is or even if you know who your sponsor is.
This is not triveta or amway or some crazy topsy turvy matrix that sells potions or plastics. We don't need
to go to conferences, pay for dvd's, watch insane videos, start a cult, or hoax people into joining us.

Keep It Simple because it is.

After 2 months as premium member.. » Post #3

Fri Dec 23, 2011 20:02 in Your Stats

It really doesn't take a lot of direct referrals to get it going. Looks like you have done fantastic in just two months.

(Duplicate) Interview with the Admin of ClixSense » Post #8

Fri Dec 23, 2011 19:59 in General Talk

I thought I read it before. Glad you said you had bilge8408. Thought for a moment I had dreamed it. :mrgreen:
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