What are E-goods?
collections, e-music, e-clip art, e-sounds,
cartoons/art/illustrations, database products/software, etc.
The 7 Steps to SELLING
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
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
to Sell E-GOODS
that process the sale of e-goods generally fall into one of two
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 Only
If you're looking for a powerful plug and play solution
with greater flexibility than your average service,
PaySystems is worth a good look.
here to learn more about using PaySystems to sell hard
goods on your Web site!
here to set up your PaySystems account!
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!
here to learn more about using CCNow to sell hard goods on
your Web site!
here to set up your CCNOW account!
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
here to learn more about using iBill to sell hard goods on
here to set up your IBill account!
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
here to learn more about integrating a PayPal shopping
cart on SBI!.
here to visit PayPal!
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
here to learn more about using Kagi to sell hard/e-goods
on your Web site.
here to sign up for a Kagi account!
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.
here to learn more about using 2CheckOut to sell online!
here to visit 2CheckOut!
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!
here to have Jim Nelson of www.jugglenow.com show you how
to do it!
here to visit eBay!
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.
here to learn more about using iKobo to sell online!
here to open your iKobo account!