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Unread 11th January 2009, 02:45 AM   #1
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Default How to Deliver Ebooks to Customers

I have written ten ebooks. I will write more. I want to know how can I automate the process of having the ebook sent to customer (after the ebook is paid for).

I am interested in an affordable, secure, easy automatic delivery system. I am designing my own site and do not have programming experience.
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Unread 11th January 2009, 02:59 AM   #2
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e-junkie.com is your best bet and will cost you $5 per month for up to 10 products. After that it goes up incrementally
here's a link to their pricing:
E-junkie - Pricing

now if you don't want to pay a monthly fee you can purchase DLGuard.. I don't have a link but if you Google it, you'lll find it. Cost is $97 one time fee. A lot of warriors use this

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You can also use the open-source stuff that is out there...

oscommerce.com
creloaded.com

Both offer contributions/add-ons for downloadable products. You can limit the number of downloads, & password protect the downloads.

You install these on your site, or creloaded.com now offers hosting and includes the download add-on.

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I'd outsource someone to design the site for you.... that way you know its been done right
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Another way is to compress/zip it with a password and put it up on free file sharig sites. Get freely available PayPal Instant Payment Notification (IPN) script and put it on your server. Then put a PayPal button script with link to your IPN on your sales page. Modify the IPN script mail message to include the password for your zipped file.
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digitalproductdelivery (dot) com I have been using Secure Delivery for quite awhile now. Very easy, brain dead set-up. You can store 15 products for $10/month.
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Thanks for the nice info MarkH45...

So we need to pay two kinds of fees:

1. $10/month for product storage
2. Commission charged by payment gatway...

Am I right? I am very much new to this field.

Thanks in advance.

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I'd recommend getting a professional to set it up for you. You can find professionals to do what you want (even help you write your future e-books) at Elance | Connect with Qualified Professionals I use them and so far I'm pleased with how they've helped me. Granted, I only wrote 3 e-books.

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Thanks for the nice info MarkH45...

So we need to pay two kinds of fees:

1. $10/month for product storage
2. Commission charged by payment gatway...

Am I right? I am very much new to this field.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Amit

Yes, they have options to set it up through Clickbank, PayDotCom, or have your own affiliate program. The only thing you owe Secure Delivery will be the 10/month
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Unread 14th January 2009, 09:56 AM   #10
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You can use your own download page and use software like dlguard dot com (don't have enough posts to post a proper url) to protect it. Once they purchase you send them to the protected download page and they can download off there.
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Unread 14th January 2009, 12:22 PM   #11
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I just posted my first site with a FREE ebook giveaway. I learned how to do this as a beginner from Chris Farrell-online. it's a great FREE study if you want to check it out. It will give you a way to get your ebooks out there on your own site.
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