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Hello Crowdholders, 

 

This task has you try out applications that have a direct or indirect feel to CrowdClick (CC).

 

If you are new to CC make sure you check our past tasks here to get familiar with the project. 

 

Let's take a look at the three applications we are most interested in.

 

https://dogeclick.com/ 

We consider Dogeclick our direct competitor. They utilize the Pay Per Click earning model, where you as a user click on URL and go to a countdown counter. You then earn crypto. There is some additional features, but you get the gist.   

 

https://usabilityhub.com/ 

Usability Hub offers features that allow you as a user to give feedback through ratings of logos, surveys, mockup clicking ect. 

 

https://www.coinbase.com/earn     

Coinbase Earn is more focused on the education part of it, having users watch videos or take courses and get paid for it. This is often financed by only a select few large crypto projects.

 

Where CC stands out from Dogeclick is our "attention" part of it. After the timer countdown, the user needs to answer a multiple-choice question. Both Usability Hub and Coinbase Earn have an element of CC's question aspect. But while the user performs those actions, they are doing it on Usability Hub and Coinbase Earns websites. Instead, CC directs them to do those actions to the URL customer's website who is rewarding for the traffic and answers.  

 

Now for your help: 

 

Go ahead and signup to one or all three applications and give it a try. After, report back your input and give us feedback on what we potentially can use or improve by comparing it to them. What might you discover that CC has not thought of yet?

 

We look forward to your feedback!

 





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Karen M guru

I have an invite link for anyone who wants to sign up for a coinbase account. If you use my link and deposit $100, we each get $10 free BTC. I also have a few invite links to coinbase earn for anyone who already has an account. You can message me on telegram as this task is closing soon. ) I checked with Ethan, he gave the ok.) I'm not sure if it will work in all countries.

7 months ago

Sam BTC guru

Just a common Crypto enthusiast.. Wait crypto is not common it's special :)

I tried the sites you have mentioned as your competitors and following is my experience:

1. Dogeclick- I did not like the interface and ease of use. The homepage gives links for Telegram groups where you need to register by phone then register again on a different site, and I still havent received any Doge coins for the tasks they asked me to do. I think to have real traction and get a loyal user base you need a easy to follow interface not so much complicated links between homepage and telegram. Also the payment system is not clear. They just say talk to their bot or click external links. Here what Crowdclick can learn is that make payments expectations clear and transparent.

2. Usabilityhub- I registered and saw there were no real tasks just a series of sample tests with no real rewards. Fair to say I was not very excited. What Crowdclick can learn is that to keep your users engaged ensure you have several active tasks running all the the time.

3. Coinbase Earn- This is how a professional crytpo earning task site should look and feel like. Totally easy to navigate, very clear about what you earn and how you earn. Only limitation is they have very few tasks available for limited coins at the moment and they slowly get opened up and seemed to be linked to your activity level on Coinbase. Wish they will open more tasks in future.

You should definitely take a cue from Coinbase Earn about best practices regarding how this needs to be done for user satisfaction. All the best!

7 months ago

Karen M guru

If you want to try my invite link for coinbase, contact me on telegram. we can see if it works for you .

7 months ago

occasionally. I think I've been there about a year and have earned from maybe 8 tokens. You must have a coinbase account to 'earn' and you must go through the KYC process.

I was unfamiliar with the other two in this task so I tried dogeclick since I already have a telegram account. I really don't get the purpose of it. I literally just clicked and stayed on a page for the required time, sometimes 30 seconds,some 15 seconds and then earn coins. The next day, I had all these alerts from telegram about other people earning? I guess I need to look into it further and maybe change some settings. recently and also since telegram is marking many of the bot there that deal with crypto as spam i was wondering if they have a kind of licence that will enable telegram to back them up if not user might be discouraged by the alert popup when visiting site like that.Coinbase.earn and this is the point when my disappointment started. I tried to connect my  LinkedIn, but it’s constantly failing and wrote to support, they promised me that will resolve, but nothing since than. This was 3 months ago. Also, at registration you need to have .edu email address and also you need to give to much learn a few things here. First of all, UsabilityHub offers target demographics which Crowdclick is yet to adopt because it hasn't launched yet. Their target demographic includes age, gender, education, location, daily hours online, etc. Crowdclick can adopt these after hitting a specific user base. Also, when you get to the point where you can guarantee certain results, you can charge a bit higher for that. Also, you have the crypto advantage as you can approach both the crypto and non-crypto

7 months ago

Coinbase earn is defently a quality idea with quality crypto.  Republic did something similar that was somewhat of a master class on setting up an isp.

Dogeclick is an interesting idea.  It looks like it is easier to get the litecoin than the Bitcoin.  At some point it probably forgets who you are I would think.  I probably looked at one that was a scam website.  The question is it good to have a permanent link to these sites to get the referral bonus to the yum holders or does it give a bad impression.  

7 months ago

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7 months ago

this is a good task it will help to know where we need to buckle up since we all in this together. looking at the three site i will say that i was not quite comfortable with the first one being a telegram bot and all that but since it has been existing for a long time maybe it is real and genuine because there has been a lot of scam telegram bot recently and also since telegram is marking many of the bot there that deal with crypto as spam i was wondering if they have a kind of licence that will enable telegram to back them up if not user might be discouraged by the alert popup when visiting site like that.

 

the second site looks quite cool and like that will really be a good competitor but the site and crowdclick have somehow different market since for crowdholding here the foundation is more straight forward and specific, still about to use the usability hub but i think that studying the site and the user growth will also help in the growth of the crowdclick site since they are doing well.

 

coinbase is a good place to learn about crypto but to get into the system is hard and takes time and that is very discouraging, even if they are well known i will say only few people use them,  they need to make the registration easier so that it can become more signup friendly.

 

i think the crowdclick ability to lunch in telegram is very good but the fact that telegram mark crypto-related stuff as spam should also be looked into also.

7 months ago

Karen M guru

My sign up to coinbase was easy, but I think in different countries the process may be different.

7 months ago

it took a very long time for me.

7 months ago

NARUTO RAPHEAL guru

I am a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in power and Mecha-tronics. An Entrepreneur

its always bad.

7 months ago

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TOM STEEL guru

coinbase has a very to do system.

7 months ago

TOM STEEL guru

coinbase has a hard to use system.

7 months ago

Two of these sites I tried before, the UsabilityHub was unknown until today.

So, first I start with the Telegram bot, but honestly I haven’t used it after the first try. It’s annoying and full with spam-bots, fakes and scam-sites. Not even worth a try! (Idk about withdrawal s and other things)

Coinbase started really promising to me, in the end, DISSAPOINTED fully!

 I live in Uk so it was easy to go through at the waitlist, but not been able to earn only two types of crypto, anyway I am really grateful for this ( I still have some referral left on it, I read on bitcointalk that if you got referral from somebody who passed the waitlist you will pass it too with for that representative crypto, I know it’s not ok to adv., please inform me if not allowed to edit comment )! After this I registered to Coinbase.earn and this is the point when my disappointment started. I tried to connect my  LinkedIn, but it’s constantly failing and wrote to support, they promised me that will resolve, but nothing since than. This was 3 months ago. Also, at registration you need to have .edu email address and also you need to give to much personal information, despite giving KYC and bank info for Coinbase itself too. Bit looks like that they collecting info on every area bank info, personal info, studies, etc. I am not a conspiraciest, but pretty much the same data is collected like Google or Apple does. I use their wallet on my phone because it’s usability with dApps, but in overall I can recommend better options than Coinbase.

UsabilityHub could be a potential competitor, but they already have their own people, so I wouldn’t bother with them.

 

Hope it helped! Joyful Chrismas for all of you!

 

7 months ago

Karen M guru

O think coinbase is different for different countries. I have earned approximately 6 or 7 various tokens. When I get on on the wait list, it is usually only a day or two, then o have the opportunity to earn. Crowdclickl can learn from all these issues and make crowdclickl better than the others!

7 months ago

Before I registered with CrowdClick, I was already registered with dogeclick and coinbase. After working a bit with dogeclick, I switched to his child project Litecoin_click_bot, now sometimes I go there. What do I want to say about them? A lot of inconvenience. Clogging your telegram with channels that you have to open when completing tasks. Many channels and bots are scammers. This is very unpleasant to realize. Because of all this, it seems that the reward is not worth the effort.
Coinbase talks in great detail about the principles and purposes of cryptocurrencies. I was very interested in learning materials! But on coinbase, I have been on the waiting list for cryptocurrency earnings for 2 months now. When I got in line, more coins were available for receiving, now 4 types of coins are already less. It is a pity, and makes me wonder if I will manage to pass the test and earn money. I also registered on the earn.com joint program, but upon registration it turned out that you also need to register on the site LinkedIn, and it is banned in my country. As a result, I can say that I couldn’t make money on these sites.

 

 

7 months ago

Karen M guru

I read from another crowdholder, they had the same issue. I didn't have that problem with coinbase. It may have to do with which country you are in. I agree about the telegram boys. Crowdclick can learn from all we report on and make crowdclick better than the rest!

7 months ago

NARUTO RAPHEAL guru

I am a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in power and Mecha-tronics. An Entrepreneur

looking at the websites listed there i will not say that those are the close competitors they might be competing for a market but not the same market or niche as crowdholing, here's my experience with them.

1. since i use my laptop most of the time than my phone, when i opened the dodge click it took me to a telegram redirect page but when i tried connecting it with my account it has since being very hard to do i have not been able to open the bot on my pc. and since telegram usually mark bot that has relationship to crypto i don't think this will be any exception, and if it is marked i think it will scare people away from the bot and thus a decrease in the market of the people that wants to use it.

 

2. i opened an account here and the profile upload picture is really not working have been stuck in finishing up my account, waiting to hear from their customer care. i think this is the only site that can be regarded as a direct competitor to the crowdclick because somehow and in many ways they refer to the same market base.

 

3. since coinbase was made to be more of a general-purpose wallet than an earning, this creates more reason why it won't be regarded as a direct competitor. i signed up for the waitlist many months ago, i have tried their verification process more than once but to no avail. the waitlist is still on hold so i cant earn from it so i think that this site is really not an earning site, as earning from it takes time and resources a lot.

i think crowdclick will do well with their extra info per click many companies and especially new projects will be happy to use it.

7 months ago

i will try the coin base and usability hub it looks more promissing to me.

7 months ago

TOM STEEL guru

usability hub looks good to use.

7 months ago

Dammy Abubakr new user

I tried dogeclick and refer straight to a telegram bot, the concerns here are:
1. Is the bot safe and free of virus?

2. Will the amount earned be withdrawable at the end of the task completion?

I have experienced similar methods and at the end, the bots either have bugs or you won't be able to withdraw and at worse situation, some born ask a certain minimum amount for withdrawal fee but nothing gets deposited to your wallet.

I thinkn coinbase is cool

7 months ago

I have tried coinbase earn, while the initiative is great, like others have stated they offer very limited experience when it comes to users on a global scale, mainly aiming at first world countries for some of us that is a major barrier if you add to that their need for KYC which can take a very long time alongside their manual procedure to the waiting list then it makes the worse, if you want advice for improving your service compared to them well mine would be make it global, and allow everyone regardless of where they are from to have the opportunity to earn.

 

 

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7 months ago

DodeClick is a telegram bot and I don't trust bots.

Coinbase earn is a good initiative. It gave me some info I didn't know about some coins. Unfortunately, not everyone can earn. The availability of barriers preventing others from earning  makes it unattractive to me. But its a great site and initiative.

7 months ago

TOM STEEL guru

I already have an account on one of those sites befor which is coinbase, but apart fro using it to hold my coins i have no other use for it now because i can't use it for any other use now.

1. The first site is a direct telegram bot, since i don't use telegram much it will be quite hard for me to keep up with the app. it really looks kinda easy to use but doesn't know how it works, when i reopen my account will try it out.

2. the second site looks more like crowdholding, than like crowdholding so for me i will say that it might be wrong to call the site a direct competitor to crowdclick.

3. the last site coin base has not been very useful to me, i have been on the waitlist for a very long time now and also try verification more than 50 times that didn't go well, so the earning part of the website is more restricted and it is also very hard to use. so for me, that is not a direct competitor also.

from the simplicity of the crowdclick i will say that it will surpass those sites in the near future, which for me is just the first site that seems to work in the same way.

7 months ago

great observation tom

7 months ago

have you been accepted , when did you open your account there.

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7 months ago

De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

I signed up on Coinbase about 7 months ago to partake in its crypto education bounty but I was put on a waitlist and till today, I'm still on that waitlist. Haha. The rewards are only available to US and European users. I also signed up on Coinbase/Earn but it required too much personal info for my profile that it became annoying. Among the list of requirements is a second and third email. All that stress for a $5 task which comes about once in a month is pretty irking. When verification issues became a problem, I deleted my account. I didn't even last a week there. Crowdclick is definitely on the right track as long as it doesn't demand too much info from users.

Dogeclick is very fast and rewards are also instant. The site is simple and leads to telegram where the bounty sites are posted. Unfortunately, spam sites are mostly shown for users to visit. This can be repelling and can lead to a drop in user base. Here, Crowdclick's take is to never enlist spam sites. it will drive away users. Personally, I might never visit the dogeclick site again.

UsabilityHub has an established user base of about 100,000 plus and seems to be geared more towards professionals. Their pricing is in fact pricey in my opinion though and I believe it's that way because results seem guaranteed. Crowdclick can learn a few things here. First of all, UsabilityHub offers target demographics which Crowdclick is yet to adopt because it hasn't launched yet. Their target demographic includes age, gender, education, location, daily hours online, etc. Crowdclick can adopt these after hitting a specific user base. Also, when you get to the point where you can guarantee certain results, you can charge a bit higher for that. Also, you have the crypto advantage as you can approach both the crypto and non-crypto community whereas UsabilityHub can only approach the non-crypto community. I think these are a few things you should take note of.

 

7 months ago

Karen M guru

I already have used coinbase earn so  quite familiar with how it works. They are an education tool to learn about various crypto coins and companies. After watching a short video, you answer  questions and get rewarded with that crypto. Coinbase earn is very limited in earning potential. They have only a few tutorials available and add occasionally. I think I've been there about a year and have earned from maybe 8 tokens. You must have a coinbase account to 'earn' and you must go through the KYC process.

I was unfamiliar with the other two in this task so I tried dogeclick since I already have a telegram account. I really don't get the purpose of it. I literally just clicked and stayed on a page for the required time, sometimes 30 seconds,some 15 seconds and then earn coins. The next day, I had all these alerts from telegram about other people earning? I guess I need to look into it further and maybe change some settings. I think there needs to be a purpose for clicking, whether to learn or view and read.

 

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7 months ago

De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

The sites are mostly spam sites telling you to earn bitcoins, double your bitcoins, etc

7 months ago

Karen M guru

Do you think dogeclick is legit? It seems a little 'spammy' to me.

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Karen M guru

Looking further, I think dogeclick led me to a different site which is popping up spam (I think) in my telegram account. I had to block that other one.

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De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

Yea the sites are spammy. You will earn your dogecoins alright but you might catch viruses

7 months ago

Karen M guru

I worry about that as we keep doing all these tasks, we're bound to catch something bad.

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De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

If you computer has an anti-virus you should be okay.

7 months ago

Karen M guru

I use my phone. I think it has antivirus?

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De Gem guru

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, avid reader, rapper and SDG advocate.

Then you are covered.

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7 months ago

I think UsabiltyHub is your closest competitor. The other ones are different in setup and purpose.

Dogeclick is using telegram and Coinbase needs KYC which can be a downturn for some users.

It's a good thing to do research and combine the best elements.

7 months ago

dr dent18 guru

As you said dogeclick is your competitor. Got my balance immediately after going to a site. But most sites are just trash scams.

userhub is slow to give out tests. Still waiting to get notified for a test.

Coinbase earn isnt available in my country. So you should take adavantage of this.

7 months ago

Karen M guru

What country are you in? I'm in US and it's available here.

7 months ago

dr dent18 guru

I'm from India.

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Karen M guru

I saw online that coinbase is now available in India, so if 'earn' isn't there yet, hopefully it will be soon, as they continue to grow.

7 months ago

dr dent18 guru

Coinbase is available but earn isn't available yet.

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Karen M guru

Keep checking back. One day, it will be there.

7 months ago