Sell Your Digital Content | Sellbox

Through platform, Dropbox users can monetize their uploads

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Sellbox wants to provide a way for anyone to sell downloads of digital files direct from their Dropbox or Google Drive accounts.

There are now numerous avenues to sell products online, with platforms such as Soldsie even enabling consumers to buy with a Facebook comment. Now Sellbox wants to provide a way for anyone to sell downloads of digital files direct from their Dropbox or Google Drive accounts.

Users setting up a Sellbox profile first connect their Dropbox or Google Drive accounts, as well as their PayPal email address. They can then set the price of each file and share the link on social media sites or their own website, which directs consumers to pay via PayPal before they can access the Dropbox content. The solution could be an easy and lightweight way for musicians, artists, coders, designers and other creators of digital content to charge users for each download. Sellbox takes a nine percent cut for each download. The video below explains more about the service:

Sellbox Introduction from Sellbox on Vimeo.

Are there other ways to enable anyone to monetize the content they create online?

Website: www.sellboxhq.com
Contact: contact@sellboxhq.com

Trendspotter | Susan M. Baker

Source | http://www.springwise.com/

About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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2 Responses to Sell Your Digital Content | Sellbox

  1. I just became aware of drop box while working for a summer program teaching kids how to use the iPad. I didn’t realize it was just another cloud based service like Google drive or Microsoft Skydrive. Smartphone users (unfortunately I’m not one of them, still on an old flip phone) seem to like Drop box.

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