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We will cover physical products you can sell below, but first, let’s talk about digital products.

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What are Digital Products?

Digital products are products that are not tangible.

These products are delivered through technology and/or software.

In most cases, they are downloaded by the purchaser to their computer or another electronic device.

Types of Digital Products

Here are some examples of items that are digital products.

  • Ebooks
  • Online courses
  • Webinars (live and recorded)
  • Printables
  • Audiobooks
  • Music downloads
  • Audio recordings
  • Art downloads
  • White papers

How Much Can You Make Selling Digital Products?

Once you have your digital product for sale on your website, your potential for profit is virtually unlimited.

How Easy is it to Start Selling Digital Products?

Most of the work behind creating and selling a digital product is on the front end.

You have to have something to sell, and that usually involves a creative process and some work.

However, once you have your digital product, all you need to do is upload it to your website once, then create the payment method.

This may require some coding, but it’s doable if you’re a tech-savvy person who built a website.

If you want to make it even easier, you can create an Etsy store and upload your digital products there.

Etsy has excellent and easy-to-use tools for selling digital products.

Then, just put a link to your Etsy store on your blog.

You can also create a Shopify store and do the same thing.

Why is Selling Digital Products a Great Monetization Method?

With digital products, you typically have a lower overhead cost.

In most cases, the main cost is the time it took you to create the digital product.

Here are some more excellent reasons to sell digital products on your blog.

  • High-profit margins because you reap most (or all) of the profits of the sale
  • Automation potential so that you don’t have to be physically involved with the process
  • Flexibility
  • Passive income once it’s all set up