Friday, 9 March 2012

Sellfy lets you sell your digital goods through Twitter and Facebook

By at The Next Web:
You’ve all no doubt used eBay, Amazon and the countless other e-commerce tools out there to shift your unwanted items. And they’re all great platforms for selling and shipping physical goods.
Now, Sellfy, a Latvian startup, is offering a drag-and-drop Web app to help users sell digital goods via Twitter and Facebook. By digital goods, we mean products such as design templates, graphics, eBooks, photos, music and such like.
You upload your digital goods to your site – this could be a personally hosted website, or somewhere like SoundCloud. You then log-in to Sellfy, enter a desired price and embed the off-the-shelf “Buy Now” Sellfy button on your site. It takes a 5% fee once your product is sold, and it requires a PayPal account for the transaction, though we’re told that credit cards and other payment methods will be added soon.
The Sellfy system also taps the social sphere to help propagate an item for sale, and lets merchants offer discounts for their products in exchange for a tweet or Facebook Wall post. The buyer gets a discount, the merchant get their product out there, everyone’s a winner.

How It Works?

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