How to sell your eBook

In this article, you will learn how to sell your eBook with

What you will need: 

3 ways to provide access to your eBook

You can provide access to your eBook resource in 3 different ways:
  1. You can send the file as an email attachment.
  2. You can also send it as a download link to a file (this method is better for email deliverability since the size of the email will be reduced).
  3. Finally, you may add a direct download link to the eBook on the thank-you page where customers are redirected after purchasing.

1) Sending the eBook as an email attachment

Adding a tag

On your payment page, select the offer type (Digital or Physical), then add "Add a tag" in the resources (number 1 in the image) so that each customer gets tagged automatically after making the purchase.

Click on "Save" to save the resource (number 2 in the image).

Creating an automation rule to send an email

Now, create an automation rule with a "New sale" trigger and "Send email" action (number 3 in the image) which will be performed when a customer buys the offer.

Creating the email with a file attachment

Next, click on "+" to create the email that will be sent automatically (number 4 in the image).

Add your eBook as an attachment to the email (number 5 in the image).
Note: The maximum file size for attachments is 5 MB.

Finally, click on "Save rule" (number 6 in the image).

By following these steps, each customer who purchases through your payment page will automatically be assigned a tag and be sent an email containing your eBook as an attachment. 

2) Including the eBook as a download link in an email

For this method, you will first need to upload your file to a hosting platform, such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, or any other host of your choice, and then include the link in the body of your email.

3) Including the eBook on the thank-you page 

For this method, please refer to the following article: " How to add a downloadable file".
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