Experience higher conversation rates and more reliable payments with the PayPal Commerce integration for Easy Digital Downloads.
You might have heard the news last week — Jilt is shutting down their email marketing service and winding things down. Current Jilt customers will want to migrate to Recapture’s abandoned cart recovery ASAP. Here is a migration guide and commonly asked FAQ about migrating to Recapture from Jilt for Easy Digital Downloads.
It’s clear that Termageddon can help EDD store owners generate legal documents that are tailored to their types of products or services that they sell.
Over the last few months, we’ve been using Recapture to recover abandoned carts on our own Easy Digital Downloads-powered stores. We switched to Recapture due to their tight integration with EDD and several unique, compelling features. The results have been quite positive, so we can now recommend them as the top solution for abandoned cart recovery for any Easy Digital Downloads store.
With the Easy Digital Downloads Stripe integration you can accept credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Microsoft Pay without the need for a separate extension.
We’re thrilled to bring you the Easy Digital Downloads Stripe Pro Payment Gateway 2.8 release, which introduces the ability to accept payments using Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Microsoft Pay using Stripe’s Payment Request Buttons.
The holidays always account for a big chunk of yearly eCommerce revenue, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made this a unique year. In this week’s edition of The EDDit – our final post for the year – we highlight 8 up-to-date tips for making your holiday sale a success.
Effectively marketing your digital products is an art form, and writing product descriptions is a crucial component – especially since digital products are not tangible like physical products. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we showcase a few high-impact examples to illustrate some different strategies you can use with your own digital product descriptions.
Building a digital product store involves a lot of decision-making, from choosing a business model to deciding on things like branding and product pricing – but if you really want to make those sales, the user experience should be at the center of everything. In this edition of The EDDit, we look at digital product store features that customers love!
Often, quality products are born from situations where creative people need to find solutions to their own problems. In this edition of our customer showcase series The EDDge, we feature the team behind WP Tasty and talk about how one experiment with monetizing a food blog led to a fully-fledged software business.
Selling your digital products through a marketplace is a great way to establish your brand, build an audience, and test out minimum viable products, but there may come a time when you decide to go your own way. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we talk about how to move your digital product brand from a marketplace to your own store.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for all of us, but it has also inspired many people to experiment with creative business ideas. In this post, we talk about 7 digital product ideas almost anyone can create right now!
Selling digital products can involve a lot of experimentation and guesswork, but fortunately, there’s useful wisdom to be gained from those who have been doing it for a while! In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we’ve put together a brief list of tips from the digital product experts to give you some guidance, inspiration, and ideas that you can apply to your own digital product business.
If you want your digital product brand to stay relevant and at the top of the customer’s mind, it’s good to shake things up sometimes! In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we look at 5 quick and easy ways to freshen up your digital product brand.