2 Must Have Places To Distribute Your Digital Products

2 Must Places To Distribute Your Digital Products
Posted by Daniel

If you have such products as ebooks with private label rights, then today I am going to show you 2 must-have places to sell and distribute them.

Selling and Distribute Your Digital PLR Products

Having a collection of PLR products can make you lot's of money on autopilot, as the two platforms that I mention below are great places to sell and distribute them without much effort or cost at all.

The two sites I have compiled, from the first being the one I highly recommend. So let's get started.

Sellfy

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sellfy

Sellfy is a website that allows users to earn money by selling digital products online. It's pretty much like the next platform I'm going to speak about, but the thing about Sellfy is that you can sell PLR products without any issues.

One of their best features is that they allow you to create bundles. You then can either create a storefront on their site or get a buy now button and distribute it across the web via email, social media, etc.

Sellfy also gives you full analytics of sales on buying and how your visitors found your store. Creating a storefront is very easy with no development skills required.

Cost and Pricing:

It's free for users who want to sell up to 5 products. Free users also pay a 5% transaction fee on each sale made. If you are wanting to sell more, they also offer unlimited sales with a 2% transaction fee for a $15 monthly subscription.

Free users can use PayPal and for paid users, they can use Stripe for their payment gateways. Payments into your nominated payment methods are instant.

Below is a screenshot of an example storefront that you can have up and running in no time.

sellfy storefront

PayHip

payhip

PayHip is a very easy way to sell your digital products online. They target users that are not tech-savvy. Meaning people who cannot create sale pages, use servers, know a coding language, create their own website, etc.

As the platform allows users simply to add their products in a very simple 4 step process. Upload a product, create a title, select a price, and write a description. That's it.

NOTE: One thing that I don't personally like about PayHip is that they don't allow you to simply sell PLR products. The only way around this is to make changes to the product so the product is completely unique.

Another thing I should point out is that you cannot mention that it's a resell or PLR product, meaning you cannot mention this or you cannot sell any such rights.

Having said that, you don't want to anyway, as you're wanting authority in your product where people have gotten the impression that you've created it.

Once this is done the user has simply created a sales page. From there the user will receive a link to post anywhere they like. For example... use it via email marketing, Tweet about it, share it on Facebook, etc... I think you get the drift!

Cost and Pricing:

No cost, setup fees, or hosting. Get paid instantly into your PayPal account with only a 5% transaction fee for each purchase.

Below is a screenshot of the default sales page.

payhip salespage

Conclusion

Whether or not you are selling via your own website, these two platforms are a great way to get more professional exposure. They're cheap and best of all there user-friendly. You can get your products up and be running in minutes.

 

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Comments

6 Comments

  1. Hi Daniel, does PayHip only pay us through PayPal, or do they have other
    payment methods for payments. Thank you for sharing your information.
    I have been doing affiliate marketing and PLR for almost 3 years now, never heard or found PayHip or Sellfy. Learn something new everyday.
    Thanks again, Gary

    1. Hi Gary,

      It’s nice to meet you. PayHip lets you add your PayPal or Stripe account, which means when a customer makes a purchase from you, the payments go directly to either of those accounts, depending on what your customer has purchased through. When this happens, PayHip takes a small fee based on a percentage.

      The best thing about this is that when you make a payment, the payment instantly goes into your PayPal or Stripe account and there is no waiting around.

      I hope this helps.

    1. Hi Kurt,

      I completely understand what you mean. I think the biggest issue when people don’t make money using PayHip, is that they’re not sending traffic to their offer.

      When I mean traffic, I mean the right traffic, people who are actually interested in what you’re offering. I recommend starting with one product, something good, a unique offer too, and by doing so, concentrate on that one offer. This way you can see what works and what doesn’t.

      The internet is over-saturated these days, so it takes more time and effort to find out what works. It goes the same for Amazon. Back in the day you could list a product and it would sell, these days, it won’t sell at all if you don’t send the ‘right’ traffic to that offer.

      This pretty much goes the same for YouTube and anything online these days.

      I hope this helps.

  2. Hello

    Can you tell me how to find digital products and set them up in Payhip for example ?
    Similarly, are there PLRs adapted to the French market? I do not know because I start
    Thank you to you I am interested

    Patrick

    1. Hi Patrick, I’ll be doing a video course on using PayHip. So keep a look out on this topic within the Class Resell section within the next upcoming weeks. Also, with products begin in the French market, most products here are in English. But having said that, a lot of people translate them into their own language, which PLR is ideal for this. I hope this helps.