Clickshare introduction for users
Clickshare -- The Internet's Information Utility
The Clickshare Service is a solution to three major problems on the
World Wide Web:
- People are tired of remembering dozens of passwords. Most never
bother to sign up at sites each requiring tedious registration forms.
Clickshare has a simple one-time signup and single password. Users give
this password once per session to access a growing list of Web sites.
- People need a way to purchase information online without the hassle
of multiple bills, surcharges, minimum-purchase requirements and
subscriptions. Clickshare's aggregation service enables users to access
pages a la carte -- a dime from one place, a quarter from another
unrelated site -- and receive a daily summary of all they've bought.
Users are charged on a single bill they already get from their credit
card or phone company, cable operator, newspaper or Internet Service
- People want to protect their privacy. Clickshare's technology gives
advertisers the anonymous demographic information they need to justify
bankrolling web sites that provide information for free.
We expect you will soon be able to sign up for Clickshare where you already
have a credit relationship. We're talking with many of these institutions.
Until more are participating, to get started,
sign up at
Newshare, Clickshare's sister company. You'll be able to give your
credit card information either by email (secure web server to come) or by
calling an 800 number.
Clickshare publishers so far include The Christian Science Monitor,
American Reporter and Studio Briefing.
Clickshare Public Information
Try It Page /
Clickshare home page
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3 September 1996