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My first dating ebook is done. But how do i do INSTANT delivery. I thought Clickbank did..

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by tony-raymondo, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Thanks for readin my post.

    My first dating ebook is done.

    I always assumed INSTANT pdf download delivery was handled via clickbank.

    But I guess you have to use a third party.

    Anyone know the best one to use?

    Also, i've been considering other "sharing avoidance" methods of ebook selling (e.g. other than pdf). Anyone got any ideas on that?

    like this http://www.smartdd.com/special/
     
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  2. cruzer

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    Payloadz.com
     
  3. neo

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    DLGuard if you want to host on your own server.
    e-junkie if you want a hosted solution.
     
  4. kounamouta

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    at the thank you page, you can add a download link!

    now the pdf can be hosted on the same site (thankyou page), or rapidshare or hotfile or anything you whant

    now the hole procces is automated! (But its noSafe,Same link)
    Now u have to search for security! :sombrero:
     
  5. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    thanks

    yes i've been looking at DLGuard a lot

    have you had any luck with it - i think its php based...
     
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    DLGuard is what you need
     
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    not a good idea since 1 person can buy it, then share the thanksyou page url or rapidshare or mediafire share...

    i'm looking the same solution too for my ebooks. :D
     
  8. tony-raymondo

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    hmm 2 votes

    thanks

    Does anyone know a way to prevent 'sharing' of pdf files?

    i've seen some sites who claim to be able to "lock" your content.
     
  9. spud--1

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    Ejunkie worked well for me, never used DL guard but by the sound of it that works good too.

    cheers
     
  10. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Wow eJunkie looks like total easiness.

    hmm

    might be a good option to start with. cuz i dont need the member features of hte other apps...

    and damn only 5 bucks.

    hmm

    they have a great website too...
     
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  11. keith6andco

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    aMemberpro - the nulled script is here at BHW and works on proviso of an SSL server

    ebook protection requires ebookpro - with a key issued with each copy - not sure how it works but it prevents sharing between computers

    essentially you only give paid members access to your downloads via a membership script which is CB paycomnpatible

    make up a qquick thankyou pagge within the members area - provide a link to the ebook pro .exe
     
  12. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    hmm thanks

    i'm wondering if i should use this

    http://www.pdflocker.com/
     
  13. alexaassassin

    alexaassassin Registered Member

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    Most of my "legit" online income is through CB.

    Get a reseller hosting plan.

    Make your first domain a webhosting service, so you can recover funds that way.

    Also deliver all your product from that domain so they cannot be found via the cheats mentioned on this forum. That is, the DELIVERY/THANK-YOU PAGE DOMAIN is different than the sales/pitch page domain ( eg. datingtips.com -> clickbank -> yourwebhost.com/products/thankyathankya.html )

    Use an IMAGE, not html text, to put the mandatory Clickbank disclosures on the page.

    Change the download URL frequently.

    Unless you are selling a HOT and HIGH PROFIT /HIGH PRICE product, dont spend tons of money to get it out there - a dating is a very competitive.
     
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    Also, that pdflocker is pure crap.

    You can just get Adobe Acrobat Pro. They have a feature to lock your document with password, prevent printing and copying, .etc.
     
  16. tony-raymondo

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    yeah - after playing with the new adobe pro, i dont even know why pdflocker exists?...
     
  17. tony-raymondo

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    DL Guard is a good concept

    But the problem is the buyer has to go through a big mess to use the product. - They need to download the viewer, install the viewer, and also download my product.

    And, they'll have to be on the internet everytime they want to read the ebook...

    Anyone see this as too cumbersome?
     
  18. tony-raymondo

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    Oops

    That last post should have been about ebookpro, not dlguard
     
  19. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Ok i've done a lot of research.

    Here are the results:

    ebookpro:
    Features: Users view your 'ebook' via their application and each time they open it, it checks in on the internet to make sure they have the right to view it. This prevents sharing.
    Cons: requires users to download an exe, install it, and download your ebook, and be on the internet when they want to read it, and they don't get to view it on the nice Adobe acrobat interface that we are all accustomed to.

    dlguard:
    Features: I installed it. It works good and has some tracking benefits. It's also very feature rich for members hip sites.
    Cons: If you only have 1 product and you don't plan on making a member site and you just want to dispense one ebook, then it can't help you much beyond giving you a download link that dies after x number of downloads.

    CBLockPro:
    Features: A nifty litte php script that resides on your server and is programmed to only respond to the clickbank passcode when a users requests a download.
    Cons: It 'hides' the product download by simply using an iframe. While this might fool the casual user, anyone who knows what they're doing can easily spot this.

    pdflocker:
    All it does is encrypt pdf files. But the new adobe acrobat pro has this feature built in anyway.

    eJunkie:
    Features: a very attractive easy to use website, clickbank integration. EJunkie insures that downloads are only available from people comming from clickbank. Also it provides a shopping cart with other features for physical products as well.
    Cons: if you are only selling one product via clickbank, you could actually do this yourself with minor programming knowledge. But you need to know how to use the clickbank "Secret Key".

    Conclusion:

    Since my only goal is to:
    - sell one pdf viewable in acrobat
    - have a download link that is not globally accessible
    then eJunkie is the way to go.

    Unfortunately, this means that, once the pdf is downloaded once, it could theoretically be placed in an emule directory right away and gobbled up.
    The only way to avoid this, that i can see, is to use ebookpro. But I just think the hassle is too much for me and the user.

    Dream Product:
    What someone should really make is this:
    An instant download application that, once it receives the "buy" message from clickbank, generates a pdf and saves it with the encryption turned on. Additionally, the password for the pdf is the name of the buyer himself.

    Thus, if he shares this pdf, eveyone will be forced to type in his first and last name to view it. Hence insuring that you will know the first person who seeded the piracy.
     
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  20. Brad Gosse

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    I use DL Guard and I love it. My ideal setup would be DL Guards transaction ID is the PDf password.

    Auto deactivation after x number of unique IP views in x hours.