First, let me say that this is not, in any way, defensible to CB, and if caught, you will be banned from there, no questions asked. What you need in order to start out: 1. An approved vendor account on CB 2. Some kind of hosting 3. The knowledge of a members area/thankyou page/congrats page link 4. A PayPal account 5. Basic knowledge of HTML or a decent programming editor (DW, XSP, etc.) Here Are The Steps: 1. Find a site that converts well on CB (niche doesn't matter, and even doing multiple niches with the same vendor account shouldn't be a problem). This should be the site to which you know the after-payment page link (congrats/thankyou/members/etc). 2. Create a copy of the site on your own hosting (copy the HTML of all the pages and paste them in your own pages, so that you have an exact duplicate of the site, both pre-payment and post-payment). 3. Go into your vendor account and create "products" that have the same price points and product names. Direct them to your copies of the members area(s) which should be on your hosting. **WARNING** Do NOT direct your vendor account URL to this page. If someone wants to go to your own Clickbank offer, that's where your normal link should take them. 4. Go to all your pages that should have links to CB payment pages, and put the appropriate CB payment links in there directing them to payment through your own vendor account. 5. Go to forums like DP and say that you can offer 25% more to an affiliate to promote the same product. 6. For anyone who wants that extra 25%, ask them the CB affiliate name they'll be using, and offer to set up a redirect for them (they'll bite). 7. Go into your hosting and create a copy of your own landing page (which is, of course, a copy of someone else's), and put a Clickbank tracking cookie with their CB ID in the HTML of it. Name it something random (ex. askjhg.html). 8. Give them that link. Because their own pixel is hard-coded into the HTML itself, it will track their sales. When they're done promoting, pay them the 25% via PayPal. Then, delete and/or change the products to be kosher. Them selling a product through your vendor account will up your gravity without them having to sell the site actually connected to your vendor name. Like I said before, if you get caught, you WILL get busted by CB. Not the hardest thing to do to set up another account, so long as you don't make yourself an infamous target. I might make a video on this to help show what it means, but in the meantime, it should be pretty clear I hope. EDIT: I was honestly going to keep this under wraps and keep doing it myself, but I decided this could be something that could make up for the -Rep fest that caused my rep to be what it is now. Shameless, I know.