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« on: August 03, 2015, 09:39:37 PM »
Does anybody else here use You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login? :) I linked to it using my referral link, but while I'd love to to gain referral bonuses I just want to talk about the site with others that use it & share it with people who haven't above all, so please don't feel obligated to sign-up from my referral link!

Anyway, for anyone that doesn't know, ClixSense is an online earning site that pays for a variety of things including clicking ads, doing surveys, completing offers & tasks, and trying your luck on their ClixGrid for a chance to win up to $10. I usually earn between $5 to $10 daily on there, and cash out an average of  $35 to $50 each week. I've tried out a lot of other PTC sites but I've found ClixSense the easiest one to earn from.

Along with the surveys it offers to you, it also is connected to CINT, Global Test Market, Your Surveys, iPoll Surveys, and OpinionWorld. It has its own ClixOffers offer wall and various other offer walls including Persona.ly, Peanut Labs, TrialPay, RadiumOne, Matomy, SuperRewards, TokenAds, Revenue Universe, OfferToro, and Ascend. For tasks it is connected to CrowdFlower.

Is there anyone else here on this forum that uses ClixSense? Have you have success with it too? :D I'd love to know what experiences others have had.

Edit: Clarification on earn amount; $50 is the maximum I make, while the minimum is generally $35.
Edit 2: For anyone starting off with ClixSense, my biggest recommendation is to NOT focus on the ads for anything more than getting a percentage bonus for the daily click list. The biggest earnings you're gonna get are from the surveys and offers/tasks!
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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2015, 10:01:53 PM »
It takes time and I feel bored now clicking on their ads the pay is way too low compared with other ptc sites. I wonder how you manage to earn five to ten dollars on the site. Have you ever won anything on the grid? Isn't that a waste of time knowing that you are gambling on your time you might win or lose. You are in reality clicking ads without getting paid hoping you might be lucky but that does not happen always or will never ever

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« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2015, 11:28:29 PM »
Are you really able to earn $50 per week there? How? I say 99% of the people that signed up there would say that it's very hard to earn money in there. I actually have quit the site a long time ago because earning on the site is very slow and tedious. My friend quit just right after he signed up!

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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2015, 11:41:21 PM »
I have signed up with ClixSense before but it never worked well for me. It was really difficult to accumulate decent money from PTC sites and the job is really tedious. I have actually long given up with them because I found most of them unworthy of my time and effort. Anyway, I am glad to know that it's working great for you.


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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2015, 12:02:25 AM »
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It takes time and I feel bored now clicking on their ads the pay is way too low compared with other ptc sites. I wonder how you manage to earn five to ten dollars on the site. Have you ever won anything on the grid? Isn't that a waste of time knowing that you are gambling on your time you might win or lose. You are in reality clicking ads without getting paid hoping you might be lucky but that does not happen always or will never ever
The biggest thing with ClixSense is NOT to focus on clicking on the ads; it is a way waste of time. The surveys, tasks, and jobs are the way to go. I do the ClixGrid every day for getting a percentage bonus for clicking on it 20 times, and I've only won $0.20 from it in total; I still consider it worth it just for the bonus. :)

I've only been using it seriously for about 2 months now, but here's my total so far.


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Are you really able to earn $50 per week there? How? I say 99% of the people that signed up there would say that it's very hard to earn money in there. I actually have quit the site a long time ago because earning on the site is very slow and tedious. My friend quit just right after he signed up!
Yes I am! :) I'm sorry to hear it hasn't worked for anyone you've come across. A big part of it is that people focus too much on JUST clicking ads instead of doing the tasks & surveys too. I can make between $0.45 to $4.00 per survey that I take, so obviously focusing on those is the best way to go. As well you should make sure to check for high paying tasks on Crowdflower, because sometimes there are short surveys for good pay on there as well, or tasks that take only a minute to complete for a decent pay. I made $15 or so off of just one Crowdflower task before, and while Crowdflower is attached to multiple websites, I've not had good luck with any of the others (Neobux and such) that I've tried.

I was going for getting my payments out every Friday before, but I started getting impatient and am taking out Fridays & Mondays now.

Here's a couple of my payments as proof for you guys though! (Transaction IDs & my PayPal email in full removed just in case.)







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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2015, 12:45:02 PM »
I actually earn a similar weekly amount on Paidverts but that works completely differently, it's essentially a revshare PTC site. I don't bother with surveys and microjobs as there are hardly any decent ones available for my country. These often pay well for US, UK and Canadian residents but are often a waste of time for those in other countries. Generally, I've heard good things about ClixSense but I'm quite happy with Paidverts so I'll be sticking to that.

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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2015, 09:05:30 AM »
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It takes time and I feel bored now clicking on their ads the pay is way too low compared with other ptc sites. I wonder how you manage to earn five to ten dollars on the site. Have you ever won anything on the grid? Isn't that a waste of time knowing that you are gambling on your time you might win or lose. You are in reality clicking ads without getting paid hoping you might be lucky but that does not happen always or will never ever
The biggest thing with ClixSense is NOT to focus on clicking on the ads; it is a way waste of time. The surveys, tasks, and jobs are the way to go. I do the ClixGrid every day for getting a 10% bonus for clicking on it 20 times, and I've only won $0.20 from it in total; I still consider it worth it just for the bonus. :)

I've only been using it seriously for about 2 months now, but here's my total so far.


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Are you really able to earn $50 per week there? How? I say 99% of the people that signed up there would say that it's very hard to earn money in there. I actually have quit the site a long time ago because earning on the site is very slow and tedious. My friend quit just right after he signed up!
Yes I am! :) I'm sorry to hear it hasn't worked for anyone you've come across. A big part of it is that people focus too much on JUST clicking ads instead of doing the tasks & surveys too. I can make between $0.45 to $4.00 per survey that I take, so obviously focusing on those is the best way to go. As well you should make sure to check for high paying tasks on Crowdflower, because sometimes there are short surveys for good pay on there as well, or tasks that take only a minute to complete for a decent pay. I made $15 or so off of just one Crowdflower task before, and while Crowdflower is attached to multiple websites, I've not had good luck with any of the others (Neobux and such) that I've tried.

I was going for getting my payments out every Friday before, but I started getting impatient and am taking out Fridays & Mondays now.

Here's a couple of my payments as proof for you guys though! (Transaction IDs & my PayPal email in full removed just in case.)









The surveys are something I ignored I think I need to set up my account for surveys right? I had been doing crowdflower tasks on their site itself and they offer the same tasks. I think your payment proofs are impressive. Good for you.

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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #7 on: August 08, 2015, 09:30:02 AM »
Wow, thanks for posting your proof of payment slips! I'm glad it's working out for you, and it's not bad money either! I just don't think I could hack it at all. I tried one PTC site,I think it was either Ayuwage or Neobux and I just couldn't get my head around it. I soon lost interest because I was spending time trying to work it out. I just didn't like that I had to take it apart and work out what it was all about. So I decided to never ever bother with PTC sites, even though they do work for some people. I guess it's a case of different folks, different strokes?

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« Reply #8 on: August 08, 2015, 09:35:26 AM »
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I have signed up with ClixSense before but it never worked well for me. It was really difficult to accumulate decent money from PTC sites and the job is really tedious. I have actually long given up with them because I found most of them unworthy of my time and effort. Anyway, I am glad to know that it's working great for you.
Clicking ads there is a waste of time,its more of a GPT site than a PTC site.
Do those surveys,tasks etc to rake in money.Should you have refs,its only an added advantage.
You can earn min $50 every bi weekly,should you do it properly.

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Re: ClixSense
« Reply #9 on: August 08, 2015, 11:46:27 AM »
I use Clixsense and have been very happy with the site. At first I was mainly just clicking the ads, but found that I could make much more by doing offers and surveys. I almost never click the ads anymore because it is a waste of time. I usually earn about $10 a week, but do not spend a great deal of time working on the site. It is amazing that some of you make a lot of money each week.

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« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2015, 01:40:22 PM »
I didn't know ClixSense has surveys probably because long time I got bored of not making but a few cents per week at this place and I stopped participating. The only hope to make more money was then just the grid or the referrals, but I had no luck with these either.

Even though one good thing ClixSense has over other bux-like money-making sites is that they have been around for long, long years, and the owner comes from another renowned money-making online project.

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« Reply #11 on: August 08, 2015, 02:23:16 PM »
I have an account with Clixsense but don't use it as often as I probably could be. I've heard a lot of people are making decent amounts there for the surveys and task. I did try to do some surveys there recently but it did not work out for me, I think all of them rejected me :/. I am glad it is working for some people though that is good.

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« Reply #12 on: August 08, 2015, 04:23:00 PM »
I'm a huge fan of Clixsense (as well as Neobux, which is pretty similar). There's little to be gained from clicking on the ads (although you do need to click a few to qualify for the daily bonus) but plenty of surveys and Crowdflower tasks to complete, as well as the usual offer walls.

As well as the daily bonus, Clixsens also offer a $5 bonus for every $50 worth of Crowdflower tasks completed.

I probably make around $30-40 per week there.

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« Reply #13 on: August 08, 2015, 04:34:31 PM »
It's honestly a really good site that doesn't get too much attention. If you have free time on the side, there's very little reason to not use this site. It's decent money for relatively decent difficulty tasks. If you add this to the list of sites that you already use, it's a good way to add to the easy money stack.

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« Reply #14 on: August 10, 2015, 01:36:19 AM »
Wow, I'm really glad to see that there are other people here on this forum that have had good experiences! :D I was starting to think I was the only one, haha. Everything you guys have added is right though, you definitely need to focus on the surveys & tasks and not the PTC ads to be able to get the most out of it. I think one problem that people have when they get started is that they join it expecting to make money out of the ads alone and don't check out the other features of the site. That's partially the fault of ClixSense, though. In their member benefits list they mostly mention the ads & their affiliate program, so people probably come into thinking that's the main thing on there.

If you know how to use it right, the site is a whole lot more useful, that's for sure. In fact, the only reason I bother with clicking ads on there at all is so that I can complete the daily checklist. I've found that the best way to get through the ads if you want to though, be it for the checklist or for trying the ClixGrid, is to have half of the computer screen filled with ClixSense and the other half with a TV show or video. I am interested in anime so I usually put on an episode of something I'm into at the time, or watch something on YouTube. You need to stay "focused" on the ads (aka still have them as your active window) for them to count, so that way you can keep them up and doing something fun at the same time!

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