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Do What Others are Doing! 
Start Selling Now with SBI!

The Site Build It! all inclusive package (click here to see the SBI features) comes with what is called the "Action Guide" & it's written by Ken Evoy. Ken literally holds your hand during the process of building your site and setting up a site that can accept credit card payments along with e-book downloads.

Before you Start Selling Online:

You should have traffic.... If you do have the required traffic levels, there's no need to wait for the launch of SBI!-E to start selling online.

SBI! is fully compatible with many of the popular Plug 'n Play services available. They are more than "good enough" for the time being as we complete other major modules, as well as E-commerce itself.

Here's the bottom line...
for those of you who want to start selling now, there are options -- use some of the third party no risk processors below......

Follow Jim Nelson's lead (SBI! Customer)

Not so long ago, he added a PayPal Shopping Cart to his SBI! site, www.jugglenow.com, in order to sell his unique juggling balls (designed by his mom!). He now offers 70 different juggling related items, and more on the way, using PayPal Shopping Cart and Yahoo! Store.

Jim has since built out a 2nd site with SBI at www.parrotsnow.com which also includes a shopping cart. Jim understands that building targeted traffic is the most important thing about building a successful online business - Collecting the money is the EASY part! 

Click Here To See Jim's
www.jugglenow.com
Product Selling SBI! Web Site
 

 

E-GOODS/Hard Goods Recommendations


What are E-goods?

e-books, e-photo collections, e-music, e-clip art, e-sounds, cartoons/art/illustrations, database products/software, etc.

The 7 Steps to SELLING E-goods?

1) Develop your own site
in the niche that you know and love.

2) Fill that site with high-value content.

3) Use that content to attract your own niche-targeted traffic.

4) Build a following through your own e-zine.

5) Use your e-zine and site content to PREsell your targeted visitors. And finally...

6) Convert that PREsold, warm, willing-to-buy traffic into sales of your e-product.

7) Diversify your revenue plan to include other models (ex., AdSense, affiliate income, services, etc.), all related to your theme.

Looking to Sell E-GOODS With SBI?

Services that process the sale of e-goods generally fall into one of two categories... 

1. They simply process the credit card transaction, and leave you to fulfill the product (i.e., you have to upload the e-good and provide your customers with a way to access it. This can be easily accomplished with SBI!'s HTML Editor Compatibility module). 

 2.
They process the credit card transaction, as well as fulfilling the order through some sort of digital delivery system (i.e., you upload your e-good to their servers, and they deliver it securely to your customer after the transaction has been completed).

Therefore we've presented the services BELOW on the basis of their functionality. If you want total and complete automation of the sales process, choose a service that processes credit cards and delivers your e-good via a digital delivery system. If you are comfortable with fulfilling your own products, save yourself a few bucks, and stick with pure credit card processing.


E-Goods: Credit Card Processing Only

 

Click Bank
Plugging your e-goods into SBI! is easy as pie with ClickBank. ClickBank's biggest assets are a built-in single tier affiliate program (use this until SBI!-E comes online with its 2-tier affiliate program), and a huge network of affiliates that can market your product to their respective audiences. You may not sell tangible (hard) goods with ClickBank.

Click here to learn more about using ClickBank to sell your e-goods.

Click here to set up your ClickBank account!

     
 

PaySystems
If you're looking for a powerful plug and play solution with greater flexibility than your average service, PaySystems is worth a good look.

Click here to learn more about using PaySystems to sell e-goods on your Web site!

Click here to set up your PaySystems account!

 

 

 

E-Goods: Credit Card Processing and Digital Fulfillment

 

 
DigiBuy
DigiBuy processes credit cards orders (no need for you to have a merchant account), and delivers your e-goods via an encoded download link (which can be set to expire after any length of time) that arrives via e-mail. DigiBuy's service is good, but is quite expensive in comparison to other listed here. You may not sell tangible (hard) goods with DigiBuy.

Click here to learn more about using DigiBuy to sell your e-goods.

Click here to set up your DigiBuy account!

     
  Kagi
Kagi provides an e-commerce portal that sells 1,000's of e-goods and hard goods across the globe. They offer an integrated system for the digital delivery of e-goods, as well as an affiliate program -- all without the need for a merchant account.

Click here to learn more about using Kagi to sell hard/e-goods on your Web site.

Click here to sign up for a Kagi account!

     
 

PayLoadz
PayLoadz is a low-cost, secure method of delivering e-goods to your visitors. It works in conjunction with PayPal who provides credit card processing (so you'll need a PayPal account to use PayLoadz).

Click here to learn more about using PayLoadz to sell your e-goods!

Click here to set up your PayLoadz account!


Hard Goods

 

PaySystems
If you're looking for a powerful plug and play solution with greater flexibility than your average service, PaySystems is worth a good look.

Click here to learn more about using PaySystems to sell hard goods on your Web site!

Click here to set up your PaySystems account!

     
  CCNow
If you're selling a limited number of hard goods, CCNow's plug 'n play solution is the perfect solution (hundreds or thousands of products would probably be better served by a full-fledged e-store). No need for a merchant account, CCNow will process credit card orders for you...

All you have to do cash the checks, and process the orders!

Click here to learn more about using CCNow to sell hard goods on your Web site!

Click here to set up your CCNOW account!

     
  IBill
IBill offers a plug and play service to sell hard goods on your Web site (their subscription/password management service is not compatible with SBI!), that is simple to integrate, and does not require a merchant account. In many ways, it is similar to the service offered by CCNow, although slightly more expensive.

Click here to learn more about using iBill to sell hard goods on your site!

Click here to set up your IBill account!

     
PayPal Shopping Cart
Integrating a PayPal shopping cart into SBI! is an easy "A-B-C" cut and paste affair (to see PayPal's shopping cart in action on a SBI! site, visit Jim Nelson's www.jugglenow.com). Better yet, the PayPal brand is becoming more and more prominent on the Net. Using PayPal's service, therefore, may serve as an extra credentializing factor for your Web site. PayPal can also handle recurring billings -- even donations, if you'd like to ask your visitors to help you out! All orders are processed through PayPal's proprietary system.

Click here to learn more about integrating a PayPal shopping cart on SBI!.

Click here to visit PayPal!

     
Kagi
Kagi provides an e-commerce portal that sells 1,000's of e-goods and hard goods across the globe. They offer an integrated system for the digital delivery of e-goods, as well as an affiliate program -- all without the need for a merchant account.

Click here to learn more about using Kagi to sell hard/e-goods on your Web site.

Click here to sign up for a Kagi account!

 

 

OTHER PAYMENT METHODS

 

  Services/Recurring Billing/Invoicing: 2CheckOut
2CheckOut offers easy plug and play solutions for the sale of e-goods, hard goods, services, and even offers a recurring billing option (their membership site solution is not compatible with SBI!), without the need for a merchant account of your own.

Click here to learn more about using 2CheckOut to sell online!

Click here to visit 2CheckOut!

     
  Auctions:eBay
Going, going... gone! Neither eBay, nor the power of online auctions need much in the way of an introduction. Best of all, if you use eBay (or are interested in experimenting with eBay as a new monetization model), you can list your auctions on your SBI! site.

Click here to have Jim Nelson of www.jugglenow.com show you how to do it!

Click here to visit eBay!

     
  iKobo
iKobo offers the ability to pay and accept payment from individuals in 170 countries in the world, using iKobo ATM cards. iKobo also offers a plug and play merchant solution allowing the processing of credit cards without a merchant account.You can sell both hard and digital goods with iKobo's merchant service.

Click here to learn more about using iKobo to sell online!

Click here to open your iKobo account!