PAY AND DOWNLOAD:
In 2008 eBay changed their policy on digital product sales stating
that they no longer permitted digital products being sold on eBay
unless it was physically sent in the mail on a CD.
Many people believe this was a bad decision made by eBay because
of the growing popularity of eBooks in the marketplace, however,
eBay have maintained the ban on digital downloads to this day.
eBay also changed their fee structure (again!!) and these new
changes effective 1 May 2013 are set out in detail in this eBook.
Selling your digital products on eBay physically in the mail is not the
worst case scenario, and some eBay eBook resellers have claimed to
sell many eBooks over the years despite the CD postage
Most eBay resellers don’t actually burn a CD every time the make a
sale, instead they contract out to a CD fulfilment company to „fulfil
on demand„ their eBay sales as the orders are placed by customers.
This way the resellers keep their costs low and because fulfilment
companies are very fast, and usually quite cheap, they still provide a
quick low cost service to customers providing your source someone
local to fulfil your orders.
Many people publish an eBook with every intention of it being sold