Monthly Archives: January 2009

Five Ways to Sell Digital Goods Online

The Internet offers self-published artists considerable opportunities for marketing and selling their digital goods online. We highlight the features, pricing and process for five affordable digital goods selling services.

For artists on a budget, the good news is that you don’t need a fat wallet to Set up and sell your digital goods online. Many services are free to use until you make a sale, at which time you pay a commission fee for the delivery service. Other services charge a modest monthly fee, with no additional transaction fees.

If you already have your own Web site or blog, there are a number of services that you can use to sell from your own Web space. If you don’t have a Web site of your own —and you should —you can still take advantage of online shops and affiliate referral programs offered by digital goods e-commerce providers to boost traffic and sales of your own work.

E-Commerce Tools: Five Ways to Sell Digital Goods Online
By Vangie Beal, January 7, 2009

NZXT Tempest Case Review

One of the biggest challenges that gamers and media enthusiasts encounter is finding just the right case to do the job. The system case is a very important part of any build, buyers must juggle potential issues like managing the number of cooling fans with the ambient noise, ensuring adequate hard drive space, and making certain the chassis has enough real estate and cooling for current and future peripherals.  After examining several case designs, one model that really stood out was the NZXT Tempest; a mainstream enclosure that the manufacturer refers to as “The Airflow King“. NZXT Tempest Case Review
By Vangie Beal, December 12, 2008