I'm looking into how to do the "automated download" way of fullfilling e-book orders. The ClickBank system seems far and away the easiest amd most customer friendly, but its pricey. It also would help if there was a downloadable step-by-step source of info about setting up the various aspects of the "system", especially including the "coding" within an Active E-Book. Has anyone tried ProPay (propay.com)? I realize it's not automated, but the price seems good. BTW, I agree on some of the comments on this forum about the "must set up a PayPal account in advance" as a detractor from sales, even though once you're onboard with them, it works OK, but is also not automated.
I am not familiar with ProPay, but with most systems you can adapt the ClickBank instructions.
Also your might want to lover old threads which mention a product called APS by microcreations and webmasterinabox - these are 3rd party products (i.e. not by Answers 2000) which some folks use to help them in automating their sales process.
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