About this Experiment


ClickBank.com claims via it’s website that it is:

”The Web’s Most Trusted Digital Marketplace.
Founded in 1998, ClickBank is a secure online retail outlet for more than 50,000 digital products and 100,000 active affiliate marketers.

ClickBank makes a sale somewhere in the world every three seconds, safely processing more than 35,000 digital transactions a day. We serve more than 200 countries, and are consistently ranked as one of the most highly-trafficked sites on the web.”

Essentially, for our purposes, what this means, is that ClickBank represents thousands of “ebooks” and other digital products and encourages people around the world to “market” these products in a number of ways (generally internet based). Every sale you make of any one of these products, ClickBank then pays you a commission on the sale. This is known as affiliate marketing.

At the time of writing this, ClickBank claims, via it’s website, that it has paid out in excess of $1,834,599,466!

You can visit them @ www.clickbank.com


To put these claims to the test and attempt to, shamelessly, raise $100,000 through “ClickBank.com” to feed my family…

(There is a progress bar on the left so that progress can be monitored.)


To, through this blog, and the incisive social commentary contained in it :-), introduce people to ClickBank products and convince them to buy these.

Begging, pleading, cajoling and blackmailing are other methods that I will not hesitate to employ.

The methodology for this experiment will,no doubt, change along the way, as I actually have no idea what I am doing at present.  As I delve deeper and learn more, I’m sure I’ll come across sneaky marketing and online tools to help my cause along the way.