How to Deliver eBooks Via PayPal

by on May 22, 2003


Have you read The Tipping Point? No, neither have I. But the concept is about how ideas grow and grow… until just like a see-saw …. they tip over. Or maybe the book is just about cow tipping?

Anyway, I digress. Today PayLoadz reached a personal tipping point. I’ve heard so many people recommend it as an e-book PayPal delivery system, that I decided to post a small note about it. A basic PayLoadz account is free, and will deliver up to $100 of digital goods a month. A premium account (once your sales have reached “the tipping point”) is reasonably priced starting at $15 a month.


Kidino August 29, 2009 at 5:47 pm

Just would like to add a resource that you/your readers may find helpful. A free PHP script that integrates with Paypal and deliver ebooks automatically. It creates expiring download links, very easy to setup, etc…
http://minisitegallery.com/blog/simple-ipn.html

matthew June 22, 2009 at 10:02 am

Hi Barbara
thanks for that – have just set up the system and I’m about to launch me ebook, your help has been invaluable

Sharon April 16, 2008 at 8:35 am

Barbara: Thanks for your information. I found you also through a search of “ebooks delivery”. Just a word to update you. PayLoadz rates have changed a bit from your comparason chart. New rates as of 4/16/08 are $0/mo to $100. sales,
$15/mo to $250., $29/mo to $500. and $70/mo to $100.
Your chart refers to PayPal alone as a free service. I can’t find where PayPal offers the download delivery through theior site. Does this only work if you have a website? I am intending to test first through Ebay.
I am really excited about ebooks and can’t wait to started creating and selling ebooks.
Any advise you can provide will be greatfully received.

pondlife November 6, 2007 at 2:45 am

Hi Barbara, I found your blog by searching Google for ‘paypal deliver e-book’ and your article is exactly what I was looking for! I’m off to finish that e-book! thanks :)

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