Paypal can send an email with download link soon as a payment for the product is received.
That is a great way to describe it. I somehow was under the impression that I would send my eBook out when they filled out the subscribe form on my website - but the way you described it makes perfect sense.
I think I'm just a bit nervous about jumping in - but my sister had some good advice for me over the weekend - she said sometimes in this circumstance its better to just 'fire, ready, aim' - basically she was telling me to just get going on something - even if you don't have all the details worked out etc. You can always hone in on your aim!
The product I’m selling can be thought of as an eBook in that is consists of mainly text with some graphics (which were designed using Adobe Illustrator and are currently in PDF files). In order to use the product – some of the pages need to be printed, but otherwise it is mostly a guide as to how to use the pages that get printed.
I’m not quite sure how to format my product for delivery. I’m thinking I can convert it all to a pdf and send via email as an attachment OR send a link to a website where the information is hosted. I think using a link to a website would reduce ‘sharing/copying’ of the product between people (which is good), but it also seems like a more complicated and costly solution?