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A few tips for building your ClixSense

#1 by valerie ยป Wed Nov 09, 2011 15:30
I think the first thing you need to understand is the weedout process.
There will always be people that join and do nothing. Also, peoples
lives change with time. People get married, get divorced, move
locations, change jobs, take a different route in their life, etc.
Therefore, as time moves forward, people that join ClixSense, may not be
as active as they once were. So I think it's important to promote your
ClixSense as your time allows, consistently over time. Which brings me
to the second thing you need to know...

Time. ClixSense has long since proven
it's longevity stance. A good idea is to create pages and link your
pages to each other, with information about ClixSense. Keyword those
pages and make the pages content rich. If you do that, the pages will
get into the search engines where they will stay forever. The longer
your pages exist, the more your pages will go in the various search
engines and the more likely they will rise and be found by those
entering keyword specifics. Reality is, this is a no brainer for long
term ClixSense members to gain referrals on the fly from time to time.

Traffic Exchanges - The thing about
traffic exchanges is the fact everyone is promoting something. What do
traffic exchange members want? They want advertising. I'm sure a lot
of TE users enjoy clicking all day but it's certainly not my cup of tea
to click just to gain credits so I can exchange for traffic. Which
brings us back to the 'Time' topic doesn't it? Yep. What I prefer to
do is give people what they want. In traffic exchanges, I
promote....traffic exchanges. In doing so, I am giving the traffic
exchange users what they want...more advertising. Therefore it's easier
to gain sign ups. By building up a few solid traffic exchanges with
refs, I always have credits without having to spend TIME surfing for
them. Which brings me us to....

Splash Pages - I hate splash pages.
I've always hated them. I'm a content person. However, there are times
when splash pages come in handy and that is when there is TIMERS and
the viewer is not going to spend much time reading. I'll use splash
pages in areas like TRAFFIC EXCHANGES. Since I gain credits from refs
surfing and from enrolling refs, I can go into the traffic exchange and
enter my splash page url on a rather regular basis. A big key to splash
pages is to grab the viewers eye, and make the viewer want whatever it
is you got. Which also brings us to....

Autoresponders and Optins - Now I
tell you something, you don't have to use an autoresponder. It's better
if you do but I can tell you a little trick I did about 15 years ago
that worked rather well for me. Save a message or two to a doc. On
your splash page simply state, email me directly for the info and put an
email address to a free email account in which you use for nothing
except for that page. Every time you get an email, you'll know it is
someone wanting the info. Open your doc, copy/paste your one or two
messages to them. This little trick is some times better than an
autoresponder since you immediately have direct email to email contact.

Text Ad Exchanges and Solo Ads - In one
way, I think text ad exchanges are better now for the user than they
were when they first started. Because most are not using them like they
did when they first started. Still, many have members that are still
members and will read the occasional solo they receive. Since yours is
the occasional, less competition, you might pull in some refs which
brings us to....

Subject Lines and Body Messages - A
good idea is to open a doc and save it for your subject lines and body
messages. In doing so you will save time because you can easily open
your doc, copy the message and paste it every time you want to send an
ad. Another reason it is a good idea is because you can think about the
subject line and body message to create a really good one. You can
review it and make sure your spelling is accurate. Who wants to join
something under someone when they have bookoo typos in the message? Not

Blogs - Are a very good idea.
However, blogs can be confusing for the viewer. It can be tough for
them to locate what they want or for you to have them locate what you
want them to see. Therefore, allow them to see ONE thing. Go get a
free blog, focus it on ClixSense ONLY. Every few days, go to your blog
and type something about ClixSense. There is plenty to type
about....How you get paid, How much you can earn, How much you made this
month, How the advertising works, How the free membership works, How
the premium membership works, The funny thing someone said at the
ClixSense forum, etc etc etc. You won't ever run out of stuff to talk
about in regards to ClixSense. If you do that, here again, your blog
will hit the search engines and as long as you continue to add content
to your blog, it will continue to rise in the search engines and it will
continue to be listed in more areas of the search engines due to your
keeping it updated and due to your constant keyword content.

Social Networks - Probably one of the
best places to gain referrals if you know how to go about it. I just
hate when I am at a social network and I get an ad from someone I don't
even know. I am like.... getta outta here! If I am at a social network
and someone starts communicating with me like.... what country are you
in....have you tried the cornbread recipe...I have three kids what about
you.....oh I see you are on here today how was your day yesterday....
Well when I get that kind of communication I MAKE FRIENDS. I like
friends don't you? Finally one day that new friend is going to ask me,
where do you work Valerie? I will say, I work online. They'll say
really, what kind of work do you do.....I'll say, oh I mainly do free to
earn stuff....they'll say do you make any real money doing that....I'll
say sure, you want to try one?

Forums - There are a lot of forums that
allow you to post a link and/or advertise. Often tho, you may be
barking up a horses tail if you simply hit a forum with ads. Instead,
introduce yourself, let people know you are a credible person. Reply to
posts. Make friends. After the people at the forum have accepted you,
realize your credibility, they'll actually READ your posts, then post
and tell them about ClixSense and how it works. You'll most likely get
some sign ups if you do it that way instead of just signing up to a
forum and posting a blatant ad.

PTC's - There are a lot of paid to click
programs online today. Most are garbage. Still, credible people some
times I join garbage because they don't know it's garbage. Instead of
just going in and buying
an ad....USE IT FIRST. See what others are advertising. Do you see
any ClixSense ads? How many do you see? Is that place over-run with
ClixSense ads? IF it is, you might want to think twice before
purchasing. It's always best to USE a PTC Before buying. That way
you'll know how it works. You'll know IF it really is working without

There is never a shortage of places to advertise. By all means, don't
forget about 'The Advertiser'. You may even want to create a page about
the best place to advertise and place your ClixSense link and list some
advertisers features, use it as a splash page and/or advertise it.
Everyone in the marketing arena is always looking for advertising.

Whatever you do, remember the first paragraph above. There will be
people that join and do nothing. There will be people that will be
active for awhile and then become inactive. There will also be people
that become full fledged premier members and use ClixSense forever.
It's up to YOU to continuously spread the word and keep on keeping on.
If you do that, you'll just grin when someone leaves because it is not
going to hurt'll have more coming in all the time, and your
commissions will keep on growing.

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Great post! You've hit the nail on the head about referrals, using traffic exchanges and the use of splash pages, blogs etc.

The one thing that you touched upon a couple of times and needs to be
stressed to others that may be somewhat new to the PTC "game" is to not
become overly excited about attracting a referral. It has been my
experience that most referrals end up doing nothing or eventually fade

The way to make money
from referrals is to do something everyday in hopes of attracting a new
member. Place an ad, post a new blog entry and as Valerie mentioned, be
alert to someone that is looking to create a little extra income from
the comfort of their home. And be willing to share your experience and
knowledge with them so they can create a downline.

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Anonymous Russ Benk said...

Thanks very much for the tips. I hope to break 50 direct referrals for ClixSense.

August 18, 2014 at 3:53:00 PM GMT+5:30  

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