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ClixSense Payment #35 On My Birthday -Total 962$ » Post #7

Sun Jun 09, 2013 15:50 in Payment Proofs

Happy Birthday! :P

Hong Kong Rubber Duck gone tonight at 12:00a.m. » Post #3

Sun Jun 09, 2013 10:47 in General Talk

I hope they bring some bubbles too. :lol:

Ads difference between standard and premium? » Post #7

Sun Jun 09, 2013 10:33 in General Support

Well you know it really has a whole lot to do with how often you are here to check for ads.

For example, it's only 9:30 in the morning for me and I have clicked 25 ads.

There is one hour time difference in New York and where I am.

I'm usually awake at 11 pm which is CS crohn run. I click all the ads around that time.
For example last night there was 14 ads to click at crohn run, When logging in this morn,
there was eleven more.

If I was going to be here all day checking for ads, I may be able to chalk up 75 ads in a day,
at least some days and maybe more. A person has other things to do, however, such as sleep. :mrgreen:

*NEW* ClixGrid Changes » Post #67

Sat Jun 08, 2013 20:44 in News and Updates

Just keep in mind, without advertisers, there is no members because there is no money to earn.

I think it's a great implement and I am sure it will bring more advertisers.
More advertisers can mean, more money for you, even if you don't win in the clixgrid.

yoga » Post #2

Fri Jun 07, 2013 14:22 in General Talk

Alrightie then.

*NEW* ClixGrid Changes » Post #13

Fri Jun 07, 2013 14:08 in News and Updates

Great new implement! :P

ClixOffers not being credited » Post #2

Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:21 in General Support

if you have confirmation of an offer you completed, you can send it along with your info to CS, by way of support ticket and they can review it.

I recd $30* frm ClixSense:is it NOT a *transaction » Post #2

Fri Jun 07, 2013 09:53 in General Support

If you were paid it is in your transactions under withdrawls

view ads question » Post #2

Thu Jun 06, 2013 11:57 in Your Stats

The same thing happens every day when you don't view ads. Other members view them and
when they are gone, they are gone.


Thu Jun 06, 2013 01:06 in General Support

You have to keep checking for tasks and offers available to you.

for upgrade membership » Post #4

Tue Jun 04, 2013 21:06 in Member Introduction

Congratulations on your decision.

You know what, $17 a year is not very much money. In fact, it is a very small amount.
Where I sit, I can't buy much for $17. Here is some prices at the stores where I shop:

one gallon milk: $4.00
one 4 pack box of saltines crackers: $2.00
one case of soft drinks: $8.00
one package of cookies: $3.00

I rounded the prices above. Some of the prices are a tad higher and some a tad lower.
Not to mention sales tax. Obviously if you add those few items, you get $17.

There's a lot of opportunities online. When doing your research on those opportunities,
the majority of them are mighty risky to say the least. In fact, over 90% of them online,
right now, at this very minute, won't be here by this time next year! My oh my, have you
looked at the costs of those opportunities? Many of them have monthly fees. Most all want
you to buy something else consistently. Of course, we all know most are simply junk doing
nothing more than making the program owner rich.

It is the wise person that chooses wisely. It is the wise person that takes risks but takes
educated risks, researched risks, low risks, and simply put, the risks worth taking.

So again, I congratulate you on seeing the small risk, understanding the benefits of that
little risk, and working to achieve great profits from it.

buldan75 - $207.02 » Post #2

Tue Jun 04, 2013 18:29 in Payment Proofs

WooHoo! Another great payout! :clap:

payment problems » Post #4

Tue Jun 04, 2013 14:32 in Payment Processor Support

grebojsa wrote: ok cheq it now. The money just returned to balance again

You need to make sure you have entered your correct payout information within your ClixSense profile.

If that is correct and you have no issues with the payment processor you have chosen, you will receive
your requested payout this coming Friday.

If you still have issues with your payment, you will need to submit a support ticket.
Moderators do not have access to your ClixSense account to review the issue.

Retirement Locations (hilarious!) » Post #7

Tue Jun 04, 2013 13:07 in General Talk

This is where I am:


You can retire to the Deep South where...
1. You can rent a movie and buy bait in the same store.
2. "Y' all" is singular and "all y'all" is plural.
3. "He needed killin" is a valid defense.
4. Everyone has 2 first names: Billy Bob, Jimmy Bob, Mary Ellen, Betty Jean, Mary Beth, etc.
5. Everything is either "in yonder," "over yonder" or "out yonder." It's important to know the difference, too.

Retirement Locations (hilarious!) » Post #6

Tue Jun 04, 2013 13:06 in General Talk

ptcchamp wrote: OR

You can retire in Belarus, in the city of Brest where...
1. You can have a 2 bedroom apartment that costs just $54,000 but everyone calls it a mansion!
2. You drink tons of Vodka, but people call it water!
3. You can be a Millionaire over night, but the value of the currency is $1 = BYR8690!
4. You can have everything you want, but you still have nothing!
5. You can speak English, but you would finally have to learn Russian as no one would really understand you!
6. You can eat potatoes all day long (Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner), but would still not get fat!

:lol: :lol: :lol:


(In the making)

HaHa! I don't know about those taters not making you fat. Maybe if you eat them raw you
wouldn't gain weight. Vodka and Potatoes, what a great combination! :lol:

Ads difference between standard and premium? » Post #3

Tue Jun 04, 2013 13:04 in General Support

It is straight up noon where I am.

Totals 2 13 12 6 33 $ 0.0400 $ 0.1300 $ 0.0600 $ 0.0060 $ 0.2360

So far today, I have viewed 33 ads and made .23 cents from viewing those 33 ads.
Two of the ads, were worth 2 cents each also known as 'extended ads'.

If I keep checking back today for more ads, I probably will accumulate 50 or more ads viewed.
However, I can say that most likely some of the ads I view, will be targeted to premium members
only. Also keep in mind, advertisers can target locales such as tier 1 countries.

Premium members » Post #5

Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:58 in General Talk

lobosalbaje wrote:
lsdno1 wrote: More adverts, as members aim their adverts at Premium members, sometimes. You earn more from your referrals.

how much you make monthly? :)

Asking someone how much they make monthly is not going to tell you anything at all
in regards to how much you will make monthly.

A lot of members not only view ads but do tasks and offers also. There are members
that do well referring others too. So overall, you can't go by what someone else is
making in regards to deciding whether to upgrade or not.

To help you make the decision to upgrade, simply view the affiliate chart page that displays
the comparison earnings of standard members to premium members.

Ads difference between standard and premium? » Post #2

Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:46 in General Support

No it's doubtful if you upgrade you would see any more ads than you do now.
The thing is, you might see ads that are worth more than what you been viewing now.
Many advertisers will target their ads to premium members only.

Of course, you do earn more other ways too and in the checklist bonus as well.

Did you marry your first love? » Post #26

Mon Jun 03, 2013 23:04 in General Talk

I live in west Tennessee. I am twice divorced and in a relationship with my second ex husband.
I will never marry again. I think twice is two times too many for me. :mrgreen:

Retirement Locations (hilarious!) » Post #3

Mon Jun 03, 2013 18:50 in General Talk

That's funny margot. I eat too much pasta already so I am sure I wouldn't want to eat it
my whole life. :mrgreen:
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