Selling digital products like music, photos, eBooks, and software should be easy. After all, without any packages to ship or items to break in transit, what could go wrong? Quite a bit, unfortunately, since billing issues still come up and downloading problems for customers never cease to exist. Fetch is a new web-app that aims to fix that, by making it easier than ever before for retailers to successfully sell their digital goods to satisfied customers online.
Once you’ve set up an online store using Shopify, Google Checkout, PayPal, or FoxyCart, getting started using Fetch is a snap. Simply authorize Fetch to access to the data from your shopping cart account, and start adding the items you’d like to sell. You can add an entire inventory with one click, or manually include items one at a time. The next step is uploading the digital goods—without which your customers won’t have anything to download when they make a purchase—and to create a customized email template to be sent out whenever a purchase is made. You can start receiving orders right away, and you can view or modify those orders by using the dashboard system within the Fetch site.
Fetch’s fully-functional API can be used to send out download links and update inventory items at any time, while the system’s smart time technology allows you to monitor download statistics and create time-sensitive links for customers. Overall, Fetch is a solid web-app that can streamline online sales for any digital retailer.
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