WordPress eStore Plugin – A Complete Solution to Sell Digital Products from Your WordPress Blog Securely

Do you sell, or want to sell, digital content (ebooks, mp3s etc) from your WordPress site while maintaining the security of your digital assets?

Are you frustrated with the e-commerce WordPress plugins you’ve looked at?

Do you hate the thought of paying expensive ongoing fees for your shopping cart?

Are you only starting to sell services and digital products from your blogsite with PayPal and want to keep costs low?

I’d like to introduce you to a great WordPress plugin called "eStore". eStore allows you to sell products and services securely, via PayPal, 2Checkout, Authorize.net or manual payment. There is a one time low fee for this plugin which allows you to sell unlimited number of products and services. You may also integrate it autoresponder systems such as Aweber, MailChimp and GetResponse.

WP Shopping Cart

But what I love most about this plugin is it allows you to sell digital products on your site and deliver those digital products to your consumers. As soon as a successful payment has gone it delivers the digital product download links by sending them an email with a secure download link (or links) and/or redirecting them to a "thank you" page containing the download link(s) of the digital products they purchased. You can control how long that link is active, ie. after 36 hours the link no longer allows them to download their purchase.

I have been using this plugin on a number of client sites and they love how cost effective it is and how it integrates smoothly with PayPal!

We are happy to set up eStore plugin for you. with your PayPal account, set up all of the proper settings for the estore plugin, create up to 5 products, create up to 5 buy now buttons on and place them on your products or services page, including the thank you page and a thank you email for $250. Regular price is $295. Sale ends November 15 2010.


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Comments

  1. I’m trying to wrap my head around the advantages/practical issues associated with implementing this plugin with a membership website that currentlty uses WordPress/Wishlist Member/1Shoppingcart? What combination would you suggest with Wishlist and delivery of a sequential program?

    • Hi Ellen,

      For WishList I suggest either using 1shoppingcart OR PayPal + aweber integration, so that you can gather payments and send your members follow up and broadcast emails.

      I would not integrate this plugin with WishList as you are just adding complications to the registration process, when PayPal integrates with WishList perfectly.

      Have a fabulous week!
      Sandra

  2. I’m in the process of changing my shopping cart from e-Junkie to eStore, with the PDF Stamper and also the eMember plugin from HQ Tips and Tricks. These plugins are just brilliant, and I love the fact that I have control of my products, rather than paying a fee every month to have them elsewhere.

    I’ve heard from a couple of designers that Wishlist plays havoc with RSS feeds, which is why I’m changing to the eMember plugin.

    • Hi Melinda,

      The PDF stamper looks awesome! I will be featuring it in the ezine soon!

      I haven’t had any experience with WishList running havoc on RSS.

      Happy to hear from you!