Which method do YOU use to distribute your info products ?

by Jekiko Banned
10 replies
Many of you Warriors sell ebooks and the like eigther directly or
via CB or Paydotcom and I'd like to know what you use to
enable the download.

I have seen that some use DLGuard.

Others just have a "secret" download link somewhere on their
own website that paypal directs customers to and they just
hope that nobody will advertise that link.

What other options are there ?
And which do you recommend for using
for a PDF file.

( BTW do you ever password protect the PDF's that you sell ? )

Thanks in advance for your your advice.
#distribute #info #method #products
  • Profile picture of the author myob
    The most secure method I have found is to wait two weeks after payment clears, then mail the download link and the password to unlock the pdf document. This prevents any fraudulent payments and customers are always grateful to finally receive the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
    I use 1shoppingcart. I have heard good things about DLGuard, but I don't know that there is a completely perfect system out there when it comes to protecting your content from being stolen.

    I've also used e-junkie.
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  • Profile picture of the author James12C
    I change the DL pages once a month... so far haven't noticed illegal downloads. I used to security lock pdf pages but either I forgot the passwords, or the customers did, so I gave up!
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  • Profile picture of the author mywebwork
    I have been very happy with eJunkie, I have used them for over a year now and haven't had any problems. It integrates well with PayPal.

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  • Profile picture of the author testaccount9998
    Has anybody used payloadz.com ?

    They seem just as professional as DL Guard, but cheaper and you get the first month free.

    Can anybody recommend, or advise against them?


    Thanks

    Rebtl
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    • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
      Originally Posted by Rebtl View Post

      Has anybody used payloadz.com ?

      They seem just as professional as DL Guard, but cheaper and you get the first month free.

      Can anybody recommend, or advise against them?


      Thanks

      Rebtl
      Hi Rebtl,

      The problem I see with Payloadz (I have not used them) is the transaction limits they put on the account. The free one is $100 that's only ten $10 reports per month. You can't live off that. So the next level has a $250 per month limit. Still pretty low and now you're paying $15 per month. That comes out to $180 per year. So now you would actually be saving money by buying DLGuard for $127.

      If you still can't afford DLGuard then between e-junkie and Payloadz I would suggest using e-junkie. Although they do have disk space limitations they do no limit you on a monthly transactional bases and their starter account is only $5 per month.

      I don't know if this still works or not but when I first signed up with e-junkie I used this promo code: CRAFTBOOM and you get a free account for 180 days. But it might now work anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author ss61288
    I'm a recent purchaser and massive fan of DLGuard it does the trick for me!
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  • Profile picture of the author laurelwachtel
    As people have recommended, DL guard is very secure and efficient, but also a little expensive if your on a limited budget. They make up for with the security and quality of their service though. A good low priced solution would be ejunkie as you can upload up to 500 mb of files for selling on the net at a minimal cost!
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