Want to sell your own digital products but not sure whether you should use a marketplace or run your own store? In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we cover some of the key differences to help you decide!
Starting your digital product store should be an exciting time – you certainly don’t want any pesky hold-ups or setbacks raining on your parade! In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we talk about some of the most common mistakes to avoid to set yourself up for success.
At EDD, we are fans of selling plugins – and our users are, too. Plugins make up our second-largest segment (about 13% of our audience), so we decided it’s finally time they get the spotlight! In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we aim to shed some light on some of the best practices to help you get started selling WordPress plugins.
These days, it’s easy to feel as if there’s no such thing as an original idea. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, guest author Christie Chirinos hones in on three tips for launching your product in an existing, crowded market.
Mobile commerce already accounts for nearly 40% of total eCommerce sales, and is projected to dominate at about 54% by 2021 – which means that you could be missing out on serious revenue if your site isn’t optimized for mobile use! In The EDDit this week, we walk through some of our recommendations for mobile optimization, so you can keep up with the times – and the sales!
Since 2003, WordPress has grown to power over 30% of all websites on the internet, and along with that consistent growth, there have been (and continue to be) plenty of opportunities for making money selling WordPress themes! In The EDDit this week, we talk about the basics you need to get started selling WordPress themes with confidence!
With the arrival of the new WordPress editor (also known as Gutenberg), we have released a free plugin that adds a Downloads block to any post or page. Learn more about Easy Digital Downloads Blocks!
Do you have video content that you want to monetize? Setting up your own business might be intimidating, but it’s totally possible! In our final article for The Weekly EDDit this year, we cover the basics to help you get things up and running using the content restriction model.
If you think you’ve heard a lot about data breaches in recent years, you’re not alone – internet security is an ongoing concern for everyone – but especially if you’re a digital store. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit, we’ve put together a brief guide to help you out, so you can worry less and keep moving forward!
As computing has moved increasingly away from traditional practices and more toward cloud-based systems, the use of web-based services has skyrocketed. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit, we discuss the main considerations to make when getting started selling web-based services (SaaS).
There’s a lot that goes into starting a digital product store, but deciding on a pricing structure can take some serious thought. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit we look at some tips to help you get it right!
There are all kinds of ways to combine, complement, and repurpose products to make attractive bundles that customers will love. All it takes is a little creativity! In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit, we’ve put together some food for thought to help you bundle up all that goodness, and get the most out of your digital product store!
If you already create content, or you have some knowledge and expertise in a given field, creating downloadable documents can provide you with extra income, or even a basis for developing your own digital product business. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit, we discuss the basics of selling documents.
With a continually changing eCommerce landscape, digital business owners must regularly adapt to keep sales flowing. Cross-promotion is an easy, effective, and time-tested strategy that is often overlooked! This week in The Weekly EDDit we’ll discuss some of the benefits to be had, considerations to make, and methods to use when using cross-promotion to strengthen your digital product brand.
In the age of social media, running a business can put you under the microscope – and whilst it’s normal to receive negative feedback occasionally, criticisms of your hard work can feel demoralizing. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit, we explore some ways you can harness negative product feedback and transform it into a positive!