Where to Upload Video Product?

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I have a product I want to sell. Its a collection of videos. I've tried click2sell and jvzoo and ejunkie and they all have file size limits. My product is a 550MB zip file.

I need somewhere to put the file so all my customers can download it. What is a good Jvzoo alternative without the small file size limit?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave Espino
    You can set up an online course with those videos (for free) at Teachable.com, which will allow buyers to access the videos in course form. You can also make them downloadable.

    If you'd rather just give them one big zip file, then upload the zip file to your own wen host and give them that link.

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    • Profile picture of the author im2park
      Originally Posted by Dave Espino View Post

      You can set up an online course with those videos (for free) at Teachable.com, which will allow buyers to access the videos in course form. You can also make them downloadable.

      If you'd rather just give them one big zip file, then upload the zip file to your own wen host and give them that link.

      Dave
      whats a "wen host"
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Put it on:

    1) Your site
    2) Tradebit
    3) Payloadz
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  • Profile picture of the author Bembli
    You could also put it up on Udemy and allow the files to be downloadable
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  • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
    Use SendOwl. They are similar to ejunkie, but a much friendlier UI. They will handle all of the file delivery to your buyers for you, and they have an FTP option to upload huge files to their server. I've uploaded packages over 2 GB using FTP. You'll pay for the bandwidth, but it's .20 per gig beyond their allowance.

    If you contact SendOwl support after your free trial is over, they will set things up so that you can have about 200 GB of bandwidth per month, plus lots of product listings, etc.., for under $60 per month. A big plus is that you can set it up easily so that your buyers can only download each package x-amount of times. SendOwl sends them a access link that will expire when you set it to expire.

    If you set up your PayPal with them, they'll also handle refunds for you automatically. They also have upsell and cross-sell features that will increase your conversions dramatically (my experience, their features work really, really well).
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Salter
    You have a number of options.

    You can self host a blog, use something like Flowplayer or VooPlayer and self host the video on AS3 or Dropbox as a streaming video option. Or you could just upload to dropbox or AS3 (or even your hosting account) and then have direct downloads of the videos.

    It may be better to split them up into single videos or smaller collections rather than all in one zip. There is nothing more annoying than starting a download of a huge file and it crashing part way only to have to begin the download all over. If someone is in a limited internet area where data is not unlimited it can also put them off.

    You could even send to a second opt in on the delivery page after JVZoo purchase and then send them the download links in a confirmation email.

    Put them in a password protected folder if you wish and send the password in the email. You can also use software that plugs into WordPress to protect the content if you want.

    Martin


    Originally Posted by im2park View Post

    I have a product I want to sell. Its a collection of videos. I've tried click2sell and jvzoo and ejunkie and they all have file size limits. My product is a 550MB zip file.

    I need somewhere to put the file so all my customers can download it. What is a good Jvzoo alternative without the small file size limit?
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  • Profile picture of the author Join Hobson
    Put it on:
    dailymotion.com
    vimeo
    flick video or viddler ...
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  • Profile picture of the author Asadullah72
    Try Here...

    1) Your site
    2) Tradebit
    3) Payloadz
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  • Profile picture of the author helenl
    Payhip has a 1GB file limit.
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  • Profile picture of the author time4vps
    If it's a .zip file you could use dropbox or wetransfer too or even google storage!
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