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ClickBank Takes Online Education to a Whole New Level

For the past 15 years, ClickBank has been the go-to place for content creators and self-publishers to sell their digital education products, connect with expert affiliates and build long-term success. And today, ClickBank’s support of online education reaches a whole new level.

Courseware . . . Meet ClickBank

There is a new trend in the online education market, often referred to as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Over recent months and years, MOOCs have proved to us that learning is indeed a lifelong process, and one for which there is a healthy demand. And ClickBank is committed to meeting this demand head on with today’s announcement representing a first and important step.

Introducing, Chris Pirillo U

Today, in partnership with tech enthusiast Chris Pirillo, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Chris Pirillo U (CPU), the first independent e-learning platform backed by ClickBank. Chris Pirillo U is an online education site that at its time of launch, features dozens of MOOCs, and over 2,000 individual lessons from several top courseware companies – all handpicked by Pirillo.

Introducing Chris Pirillo U, powered by ClickBank

Chris Pirillo U, powered by ClickBank

“Learning doesn’t have to stop once you graduate thanks to the emergence of online courses,” said Pirillo. “But not all MOOCs are created equal, which is why I’m working with ClickBank to help my fan base find the best educational programs currently available online.”

Over the years, Chris Pirillo has achieved celebrity status in the tech space, providing tech-advice to millions of people through multiple online channels since 1996. Pirillo is a personality in whom other tech-enthusiasts trust to answer questions and lead discussions, and his ongoing efforts have provided timely, accurate and reliable information to the mass market. ClickBank is thrilled about our recent partnership with Chris Pirillo, and also pleased to announce that he will be a featured guest at the third annual ClickBank Exchange in Las Vegas on January 15.

What Does CPU Mean for You?

More opportunities, of course! Head on over to the CPU site, and if you’re interested in having one of your courses featured on CPU, simply fill out the form on the Teach a Course page, and we’ll determine if your course is a good fit and get right back to you.

If you’re an affiliate, then the launch of CPU might just mean more money in your pocket. We’re in the process of building out the affiliate program, so be sure to check back in the coming weeks for more details on how to promote CPU courses.

ClickBank has been a leader in online education for over 15 years, so needless to say, CPU is just our first step in expanding into the growing courseware space. While today marks a major move toward becoming the first B2B platform for the rapidly growing online education market, CPU represents a larger digital platform expansion that gives education-oriented self-publishers an opportunity to strategically grow their online business through ClickBank.

For more information on the launch of CPU, check out our press release here.

About Molly LaneMolly Lane is ClickBank's Marketing Program Manager. She joined ClickBank in early 2010, and her experience spans multiple industries including consumer products, publishing and IT, with an emphasis on digital marketing. Molly holds an MBA in marketing and entrepreneurship. She is currently on the Marketing team where she leads communication and content development. She loves working with entrepreneurs new to affiliate marketing to share best practices and ClickBank insider tips, while helping up-and-comers stay motivated to become successful in the industry. She currently hosts the ClickBank Insider Radio podcast, writes for and manages the ClickBank Website and Blog, and creates the communications clients receive from ClickBank.

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