How to host & deliver digital products

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Hi everyone.

My question has to do with hosting and delivering my own product.

I turned a pre-recorded webinar into a $7 offer that I want to sell after someone opts-in to get my free 5-step blogging cheatsheet.

The compressed video file is too large (200mb) to host & deliver on Warrior Plus, and I'm not sure what other options are out there.

Any ideas?

Thanks for your help!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Most people use https://aws.amazon.com/s3/.
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    I recently saw a product for sale on Payhip.com which I've never heard of before now, but it looks like it would work for your product. They say 1gb file size limit and the only cost is 5% transaction fee per sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    Did you look into JVZoo? How about hosting it on your website?
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  • Profile picture of the author superowid
    Try gumroad.com, sellfy.com, or selz.com.
    Or free hosting service like mega.co.nz or mediafire.com with unique decryption/password by email upon each successful sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Use JVZoo, they can deliver your product for you securely. Also they will make the payment much easier and track all product access which comes in handy for any PayPal disputes. Honestly even of your not going to use affiliates their 5% take is worth it because of the ease of use they provide.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    I think a lot of folks have misread the question.

    He has a video content that he wants to deliver. 200mb file size. The size of the content is too large for auto delivery via W+ or JVZoo.

    The most common way is to create a page on your own hosting and embed the video onto it (you can use You Tube as a "hidden" video but you are better using Amazon AWS). Then you can add more monetization on the page.

    How you protect your page is up to you. If it is on a Wordpress site, you can use a full membership site plug in (like Member Sonic, Instamember, Fastmember etc) or something a lot more simple like WP RapidProtect that works on a cookie system to allow legitimate traffic without having to remember passwords or log in anywhere but deny and redirect non-legitimate visitors.

    Then, depending on the protection method you chose, you would follow the instructions to integrate it with Warrior Plus.

    Another far simpler alternative, if you don't want to have all of the shizzle of setting up a site with protection etc etc is to use Zaxaa.

    It will be cheaper in fees than JVzoo or WarriorPlus for a product at that price point but that is not the only reason....

    Zaxaa has an inbuilt delivery page system, not just a file delivery like the others. So you can embed the video on this highly protected page and monetize it as much as you wish. This is available on the free plan and the transaction fees are very low.

    If you have a paid account at Zaxaa, you can even have your front end opt-in product - the freebie - as part of your funnel, so that affiliates can drive traffic there and still get paid on all of the upsells in the funnel. This type of "free frontend" funnel works really well.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan S
    You can use mediafire.com 'free account'. You'll have up to 80Gb of space, 400+GB bandwidth and you can even upload a Gigabyte of file that dwarfs the 200mb you require.
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    • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
      Originally Posted by Jonathan S View Post

      You can use mediafire.com 'free account'. You'll have up to 80Gb of space, 400+GB bandwidth and you can even upload a Gigabyte of file that dwarfs the 200mb you require.
      Fab...

      But how does he monetize at point of delivery?

      Also, does Mediafire stream his video?
      I would be well pissed off if I bought access to a video training and I had to download it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan S
        Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

        Fab...

        But how does he monetize at point of delivery?

        Also, does Mediafire stream his video?
        I would be well pissed off if I bought access to a video training and I had to download it.
        Yes Mediafire can do online audio/video streaming as well though I don't use such features. Regarding autodelivery or anything to do with monetization, I guess it'll be up to the independent script of the marketer. Mediafire in my opinion is good as third party or file hosting service to your website/script.
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