Reviews: So so for Clicksense; Thumbs Up for TazoodleAs requested, I'm doing an update on the work-from-home opportunities that I'm trying out. At the bottom of this post, you'll see the links to the past write-ups. Just as a reminder though, before you sign up with any of these sites, do make sure you have a Paypal Account and / or an Alertpay Account.
Alright, Clicksense doesn't have the BUX look so if you've done Neobux, Palmbux or Upbux, this would seem a little different. However, the concept is the same. You're also paid to click and view ads. While I have read some write-ups about people getting paid by Clicksense, I'm personally not sure. So I won't comment on that. I also have not seen glowing write-ups about this one. The upside is that the website has a PR4 ranking from Google which lends the company some legitimacy (if you're a Google believer).
/4 to 1/5 of Neobux or Trekpay. So it's really up to you if you think it's worth your time. If you've got an insane number of free hours just for clicking, then you don't really lose anything. Or if you've got a surefire way of getting referrals, then that's different matter (if you do have that surefire way, tell me about it please). Up to you if you want to sign up.
Tazoodle attempts to be different by integrating a search engine with a PTC. Frankly I don't think the integration works because I still go to Google for my searches and I go to Tazoodle for my clicks. I experience technical difficulties with Tazoodle once in a while (clicks not getting credited at once), but it's not so bad. In an initial write-up, I talked about the relatively bigger earnings you can get. I had days with 35 cents, but lately it has stabilized over the 6-7 cent range. So while it cooled my excitement, it's still an OK thing. What I particularly like is that you can view daily earnings. That makes it easy to see if there's something wrong. Mylot also has that feature by the way. Sign up for it.
Read my review for Trekpay.
Read my review for Neobux, Mylot and Paid2YouTube