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Best service for handling the download of an ebook after purchase.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by freqee, Apr 23, 2017.

  1. freqee

    freqee Regular Member

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    What are people using to handle the downloads for those that sell an ebook?

    I have seen Payloadz, it costs $19 a month plus transaction fees. That's fine with me, just not sure if there are better alternatives. I can't seem to find much info on them/

    Clickbank is overkill for my needs right now and you have to submit your product and pay to get it approved. There is also a free method with Paypal and Google drive, but I would rather not go that route.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try e-junkie. There's only a monthly flat fee, no transaction fees or any other fee. There are coupons available, if you look around, so you can use their service for free for months.

    The monthly flat fee is tiered depending on how many different products you sell and how much storage you use. It starts from $5/month, which includes 10 products and 200 MB storage place.

    PayPal, 2Co, authorize.net is supported.

    You can use Pdf stamping to secure your ebooks. It stamps the buyer's name and email address on each page of the bought copy.

    Google Analytics is integrated too.
     
  3. malakaka

    malakaka Junior Member

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    I tried e-junkie for a while to sell digital goods on eBay. Like the other fellow said, find a coupon for three months free. I think I signed up via this page for three months:
    http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/paypal-offer.htm

    Even after the trial expired, it was a good service and affordable. I uploaded to Amazon S3 and my eBay sales were basically on automatic.

    I tried finding an alternative and bought/downloaded a couple scripts for PayPal IPN, but none had the automatic eBay integration. If eBay isn't a factor, I'll try to remember the two free scripts, but one is no longer active.
     
  4. freqee

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    Thanks. I hadn't seen e-junkie before. They have a trial as well so I'm going to check them out.

    Payloadz had no trial, so you can't even really see how the interface works unless you pay.
     
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