There are people who put together scripts and package them into toolbars you can download and install on your browser. Maybe it promises you cash back on your purchases or cute smileys - some incentive to install the toolbar. When these shoppers buy from your affiliate link, your cookie is replaced at the point of purchase with theirs. They are also called "parasites" so If you want to know more, do a search for BHO Parasites.
There are people who put together scripts and package them into toolbars you can download and install on your browser.
Thanks for providing that information, but for the record I'm not one of those BHO or whatever people, I was just hoping to find people here to discuss Clickbank. I'm a little shocked to see the first response to my inquiry seemed to ask about being a BHO.
I hope an inaccurate assumption wasn't being made about my reason for asking a question.
I'm still open to any users joining in a discussion.
Clickbank is just like any other network, except their products are digital. Most offer high commissions due to the fact people are buying digital information, so the cost to the merchant per new unit of product sold is negligible. Refunds and returns are also quite high.