How To Sell Your Digital Downloads


How To Sell Your Digital Downloads

If you're a designer or developer who would like to sell digital goods on the web through your website or blog, it can be difficult to find a quality service for a good price.

A service which I've used and have also had many others recommend to me is Pulley. It's a very underrated e-commerce service which will enable you to sell digital art, music, video, photography, fonts...all that kind of stuff.

The main thing I love about the service is that it is beautifully designed and works very well - the UX is spot on.

You add your digital products, sell them from any website, the money goes straight to your PayPal account, the service emails secure download links to the customers and then you can track in real-time the statistics behind your orders.


Above is an example of the dashboard view. It'll show you things like how many sales you've made daily/weekly/monthly, revenue, who ordered and their names, and your top products.

The pricing for the service is absolutely brilliant and beats most of the competition out there. You can start off at $6 a month which will give you the ability to sell 25 different products, 100MB of storage space, unlimited orders, unlimited bandwidth and you can try it for free for 14 days.

There's no commitment either. If you decide to cancel your account, you can cancel it right there and then. They also don't take a percentage of any of your sales - remember though, the normal PayPal fees will apply.