Sell Info-Products Online - Trade Software, Games, Music, Images, Ebooks…
How To Create, Acquire & Market All Kinds of Digital Products
A low-cost, low-hassle and above all low-risk route to creating or expanding a lucrative e-commerce business. How to sell all kinds of "intangible" digital goods or info-products - such as software, games, shareware, ebooks, images or MP3 music files - via the internet. An independent, expert overview and review of the available options, it provides easy-to-read advice and decision criteria to help you:
- Select the online payment services you need - PayPal, credit card merchant accounts...
- Set up instant online Buy Now and Shopping Cart buttons
- Leverage “Plug-and-Pay” digital download services such as ClickBank, PayLoadz and TradeBit
- Exploit powerful marketing tools provided with your new services
- Automate links and listings with marketplaces such as ebay, and search engine directory listings such as Froogle and Google Base
- Self-publish your own digital content
- Create and grow your own digital product catalog via affiliate marketing and resell rights
- Boost your sales by offering your clients instant purchases 24x7
A quick-start guide is packed with interactive hyperlinks to the websites of e-commerce products and services that are suitable for all kinds of small businesses, whatever "intangible" digital goods or info-products you plan to sell: such as software, shareware, ebooks, reports, templates, images, movies or MP3 music files.
Using this manual as a jumping-off point it's possible to set up an account with an online payment provider and to start receiving payments via the internet in a matter of hours, at low or even no cost!
** This guide is 100% independent and has no financial interest in any of the products or services listed **
The guide is packed with hyperlinks to the websites of e-commerce products and services that are suitable for startup companies and existing small businesses.
Suitable for e-commerce novices and beginners, it assumes familiarity with common Windows software packages and the internet, but no advanced software design, scripting or programming knowledge.
** Updated & extended February 2007 **