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No brainier e-commerce (for e-books)

  • # September 23, 2009 at 1:38 am

    I’ve been looking for an e-commerce solution for a small website, holding less than 20 products, mostly selling e-books (or downloadable products)

    I need something really easy, for both my client trying to run the website, and those trying to buy (and download) the products.

    Like I said, I don’t need somthing big, I was thinking of using WordPress (I like wordpress =D) but WP-ecommerce doesn’t have real good support for downloadable products.

    any suggestions?

    # September 23, 2009 at 2:33 am

    you can try out foxy cart. Chris even has a tutorial for it so it would be really easy to set up.

    Integrating FoxyCart and WordPress

    Using FoxyCart for eCommerce

    eCommerce Considerations

    # September 24, 2009 at 8:23 pm

    I use e-junkie for an ebook and it is super simple. They give you the html that you just cut/paste into the site. I pay $5 a month but they handle the hosting/download mechanism of the book. It has lots of features. There is also a coupon code CRAFTBOOM where you get over 2 months free (at least it worked when I signed up). Just search in google for the coupon code.

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