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Ways to upgrade to premium » Post #2

Sat Dec 03, 2011 02:40 in General Talk

What method of payments do you accept for upgrades?
At this time all purchases are processed through Google Checkout, AlertPay, PayPal and Liberty Reserve.

If these options are not available to you, you may mail a bank or postal money order in the amount of $14.95 USD to the address below. Please be sure to include your ClixSense account information.

ClixSense
734 W. Liberty St
Rome, NY 13440
USA

You may also use your account balance to upgrade if it is $14.95 or higher.

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #5

Fri Dec 02, 2011 23:57 in General Talk

I purchased it the day it came out but did not install it. As I read the reviews, I decided not to install it since the reviews were so bad.

Just a few minutes ago, I decided to go ahead and install it as maybe they have some of the bugs out of it now.

I have the 27" mac desktop.

But it sure appears it takes a longggg time to install. It keeps flashing time left and it is any where from a day + 4 hours to 6 hours to 19 hours to ... crazy.

It's that time again... » Post #6

Fri Dec 02, 2011 23:53 in General Talk

Oh me too. I would love to eat chocolate ice cream that is made in all the various countries. Yum!

Greetings from New Mexico » Post #3

Fri Dec 02, 2011 23:52 in Member Introduction

Wait..... 60 is not old. One of my direct referrals I know of is at least 85 years old...he is just a spring chicken.

What does 'Reversals' mean? » Post #4

Fri Dec 02, 2011 22:56 in General Talk

Here's the thing, if you sponsor a member directly and that member purchases advertising, you receive a percentage of that purchase price. If for some reason, the purchase was to come back as fraud or whatever the case may be, the percentage that was applied to your account, would be reversed.

Understand, this is just one example.

It's that time again... » Post #4

Fri Dec 02, 2011 22:52 in General Talk

Chocolate for me.

It's that time again... » Post #1

Fri Dec 02, 2011 20:23 in General Talk

It's time for..... ICE CREAM.

What's your favorite ice cream flavor?

What does 'Reversals' mean? » Post #2

Fri Dec 02, 2011 20:04 in General Talk

I suppose it is like it says 'reversal' in that a payment or some such as that has to be reversed, subtracted.
My guess is, this could possibly happen if say an advertiser purchases advertising and then the payment was
fraud or did not go thru completely. I don't think I have ever seen a reversal in my affiliate stats page in all
the years I've been a member. I'd say it is just there in case it does happen, you would be able to see the
details of the reversal.

Computer Joke » Post #3

Fri Dec 02, 2011 17:29 in General Talk

So the conclusion is, I am suppose to get drunk and try not to gain knowledge.

Alrightie then. :lol:

Making a video to promote my referral link » Post #2

Fri Dec 02, 2011 17:24 in General Talk

I won't answer for admin but I will say, my GUESS is, you can take screen shots. I would not suggest taking screen shots of the forum or other users. If you're just making a video and showing people how the website looks and how to use it, I can't see anything wrong with that.

If you're ever unsure about a particular place or way to advertise, it may be a good idea to submit a support ticket, relay that place and get the nod of approval before going forward. Most standard places to advertise, it is going to be ok.

Be sure to read thru the FAQ and yes terms. You cannot purchase referrals by offering any incentive or by going thru a place that offers incentives to purchase. You cannot post to news groups or spam your ref link in any way whatsoever.

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #3

Fri Dec 02, 2011 13:34 in General Talk

Have you got it installed on a desktop or a lap?

MAC users - anyone using Lion? » Post #1

Fri Dec 02, 2011 13:13 in General Talk

I purchased the Lion upgrade after it was released but have not installed it yet due to the bad reviews.

If you are using Lion, how do you like it? Have you noticed bugs and or slowing?

Please stop saying you started PTC craze » Post #9

Fri Dec 02, 2011 13:06 in General Talk

Ya can't believe everything at wikipedia. By the way, I have not read that wikipedia posting but I am just saying, you can't believe everything it says.

StormPay was a payment processor, period. Eventually, he did implement an area where users could use their funds to posts adverts in which users could click to view those adverts and earn a snippet of cash. Eventually, he did launch 'StormPayAuction' which was a separate program. Users of stormpay did not have to join stormpayauction. It was a pretty smart idea, tho. Because users or stormpay could use their stormpay funds at the stormpayauction.

Please stop saying you started PTC craze » Post #4

Thu Dec 01, 2011 18:46 in General Talk

I see this topic as very irrelevant because ClixSense has been online since early 2007. ClixSense has been going strong since the first day they launched and they have not slacked or let up. They continue to keep their cap on and allow suggestions, feedback, and implement what works.

It really does not matter who started the first PTC or what led to the 'PTC Craze'.

Fact of the matter is, ClixSense is a solid reliable program that is of great help to advertisers and members alike.
Obviously, everyone here agrees or they would not be here.

Please stop saying you started PTC craze » Post #2

Thu Dec 01, 2011 18:10 in General Talk

I think you may have misunderstood.

Actually, Richard Sturdy launched the first ever officially deemed PTC program. That wasn't in the 1990's, by the way.

Altho John had worked online many years dibbing and dabbing with this and that, he eventually launched StormPay which was by the way, a very good payment processor. Unfortunately, people don't have all the facts about StormPay and when their not in the know, they some times tend to holler scam. Your topic is not about StormPay, however. Anyway, John implemented a little PTC within StormPay as an additional way StormPay users could use funds for advertising...plus John probably did a bit of advertising himself as most program owners do.

It wasn't long that the light bulb went off in John's head. He saw how much the StormPay users enjoyed the PTC area that he implemented. Therefore, he came up with the idea to launch a full fledge PTC with all the bells and whistles. Hence, ClixSense was launched.

Keep in mind, altho the original PTC that launched by Richard some years before, was the first, it was and has never been, deemed the start of the PTC craze. In fact, WL was sort of slow in achieving the recognition it deserved.

After ClixSense launched, it became very popular very quickly. As marketers and programmers and what have you viewed it, they wondered how they could do the same...as is the case with most any suddenly popular program, people try to copy it.

PS. By the way, ClixSense was very trusted from it's start. People joined it left and right like and their data base grew rapidly.

Now I could sit here and name program after program, in exact order by the way, that launched after ClixSense do to the 'ClixSense Craze'.

BuxHosts (nextgen) certainly did not lead the way, in fact, they were mighty late in the game. Since BuxHost, is inexpensive hosting and inexpensive scripts, everybody and their bro and sister appear to launch them. Unfortunately, it takes a whole lot more than just shelling out the dough for hosting and a managed script to succeed with those...that is why the majority of them fail..and fail very quickly.

There was no PTC's at all in the 90's. None.

ClixSense really did in essence, begin the 'PTC Craze' altho ClixSense was Not the first PTC to launch.

non-referrals » Post #5

Thu Dec 01, 2011 16:00 in General Talk

Do the math.

Ten cents per day is $3 per month x 12 months = $36

Of course, that is according to you stating you won't ever bother to gain referrals and your average is ten cents per day.

I don't know where you sit but where I sit, there is not a bank I know of that would give me $36 in a year for $15.

Also, with that being said, you might win some extra money along the way if you choose to do the clixgrid.
In addition, there may be times you average more than ten cents per day.

If you decided to edge your way into a little gung ho mode, gain a few referrals, you could easily make a lot more.

My Golden Success Storie » Post #2

Thu Dec 01, 2011 08:55 in Success Stories

I think you mean 'Premium' member as there is no golden membership.

Welcome aboard!

Making Money with ClixSense Surveys » Post #40

Thu Dec 01, 2011 08:47 in Success Stories

I don't know about all that Maliky. You could be right as I don't have any stats on it. I will say that CSR is very different from any survey programs I have been a member of. I don't have children living at home. I am 55 years old. I am divorced. Yet, I think I get a nice adequate amount of surveys to do. Many are product surveys. Some are business surveys. Some are opinion surveys. Many at the start of the survey or at the end of the survey will ask if you have children under 18 at home, I always say no but I almost always qualify to take the survey.

Some are about stuff like say buying a new vehicle and I don't think they care if you have children or not. Some are about various foods you buy or various store products. Some are about software you may use for filing tax's or doing your accounting etc. I've done some it seems on about everything from camping equipment to vehicles to food to bottled water to toothbrushes...and so on.

I'm sure some surveys might be about baby food or diapers or some such as that in which they would target those members that have children at home to do those kind of surveys.

Im new to clicksense.. Anyone willing to help? » Post #2

Wed Nov 30, 2011 22:06 in General Talk

There's a lot of tips in these forums, just browse around and you'll locate a lot of useful info.

Advertising ClixSense on AdHitz » Post #2

Wed Nov 30, 2011 17:11 in General Talk

Adhitz advertising

I think that topic shares some tips for adhitz advertising.
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