A worthless system packed with useless information
Uses the buzzword “viral” strictly to sell the product
Your sites are VERY unlikely to go viral with this program
Not worth a penny, let alone the $37 they’re asking
Review of Click ‘N Bank by Tim Bekker and Jesse Regan
Overall Grade: F
I can’t tell you how tired I am of seeing programs like Click ‘N Bank being sold. This is the fourth product I’ve reviewed that uses the buzzword “viral” and promises that your affiliate sites will blow up and be spread across the internet as long as you buy their software. There are a great deal of circumstances that have to line up perfectly for content on the internet to go viral, most of which aren’t completely understood. So when publishers like Tim Bekker and Jesse Regan come along and say they’ve created a software that will do just that, I get very upset.
There is a chance that you’re finding this review after reading websites or watching videos where users of the Click ‘N Bank system rave about how wonderful it is. Anyone you witnessed give this product a positive review should be completely avoided and never trusted for a product recommendation again. The only reason someone would say this is a good product that delivers on its promises is if they were trying to get you to buy it through your affiliate link so they get paid 60% of the sale from Tim and Jesse.
There is nothing positive I can say about Click ‘N Bank. Literally nothing. If they pitched this product as a way to create websites quickly that have social media sharing buttons, I could let a few things slide. But since they’re lying to people and saying that this product will help them create websites they can use to quickly make massive amounts of money through affiliate marketing there is no way I can say a single kind word. The affiliate marketing industry has been discredited because of publishers like this.
The only thing Tim and Jesse show you in the Click ‘N Bank members are is how to use their software. That would be great and all you needed if the software were actually useful, but all it does is create websites with social media sharing buttons on them. I’ve said this in my other reviews about similar products claiming the benefits of viral marketing, but if you think about it logically there is NO reason for a simple website like the one you’re creating with Click ‘N Bank to go viral. Even if you added incredible content about light bulbs to sell them through your affiliate link, it’s still going to be a website about light bulbs. Think about whether or not you’d repost or recommend a link about light bulbs to your friends, family, or colleagues using social media. If you wouldn’t, it’s likely that others wouldn’t either, which makes it impossible for your affiliate sites to go viral like Tim Bekker and Jesse Regan claim they will.
Is there any way I can recommend the Click ‘N Bank program? Absolutely not. The #1 skill that is necessary in affiliate marketing is being able to drive traffic. It’s nowhere near as simple as putting a few share buttons on your website, and when you click on the video lesson for traffic generation in the Click ‘N Bank members area the first thing you hear is, “A full discourse on website promotion is way beyond the scope of this product.” WHAT?!! If you’re selling a product about affiliate marketing, that should be your absolute main focus unless you don’t care about the success of your customers. In case it isn’t clear by now, I highly recommend avoiding Click ‘N Bank by Tim Bekker and Jesse Regan. You can comment below or contact me if you have specific questions about the member’s area, but this program is a scam pretty much any way you cut it.
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Click ‘N Bank reviewed by Ian Pribyl on . Summary: Lie after lie followed by a bunch of false information Description: Click ‘N Bank by Tim Bekker and Jesse Regan say in this product “A full discourse on website promotion is way beyond the scope of this product.” WHAT?! That was red flag #1 – click here to read about the others. Rating:1 out of 5.