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.
In this week’s edition of our customer showcase series The EDDge, we feature Mikko Sumalong of MixFonts and talk about how she created a thriving eCommerce business using EDD to sell her own homemade fonts.
Personalization can take the customer’s shopping experience from standard to standout! In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we discuss some of the different ways you can provide a personalized experience on your digital store, so you can cultivate a satisfied and loyal customer base that is excited to keep coming back for more.
When it comes to selling digital products, credit card payments are the industry standard. So, in this week’s edition of The EDDit, we cover the basics to help you get started.
When it comes to running a digital product store, metrics provide crucial bits of data that inform all of your most important decisions, from what kind of new products to make, to where to allocate your time and resources. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we talk about how to calculate and compare the performance of your digital products, so you can better identify what to prioritize.
If you use Easy Digital Downloads to sell digital products to consumers in the European Union (EU), you need to register with the EU and collect EU VAT…even if your business isn’t located in the EU. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we explain how EU VAT works, and how to go about collecting it!
If you run a digital business, November and December can account for as much as 20-30% of your yearly revenue. But, what helps to bring in that sweet holiday cash? In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we dig into 4 last-minute tips for running a successful sale promotion over the holidays.
Deciding on a business model is an important step in the process of setting up your digital product store. In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we break down the different digital product business models and talk about how to choose the right one for your store.
Transactional emails are a crucial opportunity to connect with your customers. In The EDDit this week, Max Rice from Jilt discusses and shares examples of how you can use your transactional emails to delight your customers and build stronger customer relationships.
For most digital product niches, competition comes with the territory; eventually someone will come around and either try to duplicate what you’re doing, or provide customers with an interesting alternative. In this post, we talk about what to do if this happens!
Starting your own digital product store is exciting! But, how do you make sure it’s going to last? In this week’s edition of The EDDit, we talk about some of the different ways you can set your digital product business up for long-term success!
How you communicate with your customers is one of the most important aspects of running a digital product store. Even though social media has dramatically changed the nature of online communications, email remains the industry standard for all kinds of purposes. Whether you want to relay information, engage your customers, build excitement, or market your