Numbers and metrics can be stressful. In this week’s edition of The Weekly EDDit we’ve pulled together the most important website and eCommerce metrics for digital products so you can keep your data fatigue to a minimum!
Continuing our series on the types of digital products you can sell, this edition of The Weekly EDDit explores selling all kinds of audio, music, and sound-based products.
You’ve created a digital product and it’s time to make some sales! But first, you need to impress your customers and show them why they need your product. One of the most effective ways you can present your product is with a demo. This week in The Weekly EDDit we cover digital product demos and how you can create an impactful demo to turn visitors into customers!
A slick, simple, streamlined checkout process can increase conversions, increase customer satisfaction, and reduce cart abandonment rates. This week in The Weekly EDDit we look at how to optimize your checkout for selling digital products.
Services are a completely different type of digital “product”. You trade your time and specialized skills for remuneration, instead of selling a downloadable product. How do you ensure your service is beneficial to both you and your potential clients? This week in The Weekly EDDit we provide tips and advice for selling your services online.
In our newest customer showcase post for The EDDge, we spoke with Sonya Mosimann and Chris Leuscher of mindTV; an incredibly unique business that helps children deal with scary and stressful feelings. Find out how Easy Digital Downloads helps mindTV move their business forward!
When it comes to selling digital products, software is unique. Over the last 6 years we’ve seen many of our users succeed with selling software products. This week in The Weekly EDDit we take a deeper look into the complex, exciting world of selling software online.
Refunds are a reality for every business; small, large, and in-between. But what happens when your business sells digital products that can’t be returned? This week in The Weekly EDDit we explore the unique nature of refunds for digital products.
After an extensive beta period and four release candidates, Software Licensing version 3.6 is now available! This new version is the next iteration in a series of plugin updates we have been releasing that introduces dedicated database tables for eCommerce data. The migration of data into dedicated database tables significantly improves performance and adds greater flexibility and control for future enhancements.
You’ve created your product and it’s in the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) stage. Now what? This week in The Weekly EDDit we look at how to successfully launch your digital product.
Every business starts with someone. Most small businesses begin with just one or two people at the start, which inevitably means the founders or owners constantly juggle dozens of different tasks each day. This week in The Weekly EDDit we look at the art of juggling the many roles in a bootstrapped eCommerce business.
eBooks are one of the most powerful digital products you can create. They can be sold, shared, or given away for free to generate leads. In this edition of The Weekly EDDit we dive into the intricacies of selling and distributing eBooks online.
This week in The Weekly EDDit we’re looking at abandonment. More specifically, cart abandonment. Join our guest author Beka Rice as she dives deeper into how you can reduce cart abandonment on your eCommerce site and recover more revenue.
Have you ever come across a piece of software or a business tool that makes you ridiculously happy? That’s how we feel about some of the tools we use on a daily basis for our eCommerce business. This week in The Weekly EDDit we look at some of our favorite business tools and how they can help you make your business more efficient.