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Why did you choose the user name you have? » Post #12

Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:15 in General Talk

'clixsurf', take a different route. Seriously.

Signature Lines » Post #1

Thu Dec 08, 2011 19:51 in General Talk

It's amazing how many emails I get per day. Actually, almost shocking. :lol:

However, what often amazes me more than the email overload is the fact many people do not have
a signature line in their email. I find that so very odd.

One of the easiest ways to gain referrals on the fly, is with a set signature line. Every time you reply
to anyone, those on the receiving end is going to see your signature line. Since people are curious by
nature, it's most probable the viewer will check it out.

One thing I hate and I tend to never click, is a hyped up signature line. Another thing I hate and ignore
is a redirect in a signature line. If it's a redirect link, I ignore it and never click it. Some might argue this
but I am who I am and I suspect many others don't click them either....not in an email.

That leaves two options:

1. Your full complete ClixSense ref url
or
2. A domain name that forwards to your ClixSense ref page

Here is an example of a nice, professional, not over the top, signature line:

Best Regards

Valerie Underhill
Free income plus best advert source
http://.......


-Notice how I state my full name. This displays honesty and allows people to know I am not hiding myself.

-Notice the info line under my name. It's not over the top. It's not hype. It relays simply and to the point what it is. In six simple words, I've let the viewer know they can make free money and get the best advertising too. So, if the viewer is looking for one or the other or both, it will attrack them to click.

My second ten cents on Clix Grid » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2011 19:35 in Success Stories

Congratulations! :P

Why did you choose the user name you have? » Post #1

Thu Dec 08, 2011 16:52 in General Talk

Why did you choose the user name you have?
Mine is an obvious answer. :lol:

What keeps you on your toes? » Post #15

Thu Dec 08, 2011 14:32 in General Talk

Thanks Maliky. I surely would have appreciated the testing of the timtams. However I do realize the
temptations that a fine bloke as yourself, must endure. Perhaps another day...and by the way, could
you include, within a stay fresh container, a vegemite sandwich in the package too?

How many users have ClixSense today? » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2011 06:06 in General Talk

It's on the main page of the website.

1,759,701 members

What keeps you on your toes? » Post #9

Wed Dec 07, 2011 15:26 in General Talk

Arnotts...I don't think I have ever heard of that brand. Sounds yummy tho. Coffee and chocolate goes good together. :clap:

What keeps you on your toes? » Post #7

Wed Dec 07, 2011 15:09 in General Talk

What is 'TimTams'?

Men's Belt - What the heck? » Post #4

Wed Dec 07, 2011 14:30 in General Talk

I did not bother to do a search because I tend to shop at the online stores I normally shop with.
It just seems weird that I don't see those any more at those stores. I thought maybe I was missing something,
such as a new name for them or that the rivets I see in the images might really be snaps.

A Quick Vox Pop Poll » Post #4

Wed Dec 07, 2011 13:15 in General Talk

None of the above.

Men's Belt - What the heck? » Post #1

Wed Dec 07, 2011 06:43 in General Talk

Do they not make mens belts any more in which the buckle can be removed for another buckle?
Or is there some secret name that I am not aware of for a belt that has a removable buckle?

As of this posting $3,364.36 » Post #18

Wed Dec 07, 2011 04:52 in Payment Proofs

Thanks DarkisX.

What keeps you on your toes? » Post #2

Wed Dec 07, 2011 04:14 in General Talk

Coffee, coffee, and more coffee.

Hi, I am new here. » Post #2

Tue Dec 06, 2011 23:17 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard! Lots of tips in these forums so browse around. :P

Out of the Box: Make it Ugly Ugly Ugly » Post #6

Tue Dec 06, 2011 19:12 in General Talk

I know it is truly about grabbing the eye when it comes to web pages.

There is something to be said for redundancy but my gosh almighty, many of the ads you do see
displayed in bux programs, are the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over
and over and over and over and over.....every single day. It's enough to drive a person into total
bordom. :roll:

Security Sense » Post #4

Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:46 in General Talk

Maliky, you so funny. :lol:

Upgrade refferals. » Post #9

Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:44 in Success Stories

Your sponsor is the one that informed you about ClixSense. Something to think about.

Hello » Post #2

Mon Dec 05, 2011 21:55 in Member Introduction

Hello Robin. Welcome to the ClixSense forum. It appears you've been a member a long time. Become
very active, you'll be glad you did.

PoV » Post #2

Mon Dec 05, 2011 21:26 in General Talk

Very interesting and I think most the active users probably do something at least remotely similar in one way or another.

Me, I like viewing ads, I really do. I like to be in the know. I like to stay on top of things. I make it my business to know what is out there. Viewing ads are like lessons to me. I can see the videos on pages and see how those people talk. I can read content on pages and see what makes that page better than another page. Of course, I also take advertisers up on their offers...not all of course, but I have often joined this or that or bought this or that from simply viewing an ad at ClixSense.

I play money games with myself too at ClixSense. I am playing one now. How long will I wait to cash out my balance? Some times I do that. Other times I tell myself to see how many ads I can click in a day. Some times I will start at the stroke of midnight ClixSense time zone and frequently check for ads til the next stroke of midnight.

Self Motivation is always a BIG key to success. I don't need anyone telling me what to do. I don't need someone standing over my shoulder with a whip. I know how to read and I do what needs to be done. I take responsibility in earning online and I think people that really want to earn in ClixSense or anything for that matter, need to do the same.

This is My First Payment Proof » Post #2

Mon Dec 05, 2011 20:06 in Payment Proofs

Congrats on your first payout! :P
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