Digital Product – egoods
Intangible products that can be downloaded over a digital network. They have zero copy costs, and users can make perfect copies.
Examples of digital goods include e-books, digital paper, music files, video files, software, digital images, Web site templates, manuals in electronic format, and any item which can be electronically stored in a file or multiple files.
Digital goods may also be called electronic goods or e-goods.
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Category Archives: Podcasts
Best Flip Book Software NO. 1 FLIP PDF Flip PDF provides a quick and easy way to batch convert ordinary PDF files into stunning Flash & HTML5 publications that run on all devices (iPad, iPhone, Android phone), with amazing page flip animations … Continue reading
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http://www.thewebpsychologist.com/podcast-episode-47-dr-pete-myers/ Dr. Pete Myers, affectionately known as Dr. Pete is a cognitive psychologist by training and currently “Marketing Scientist” for Moz. http://moz.com/community/users/22897
My new found interest. We are exposed daily to mass volume of images, it is nice to just listen and get to adjust the audio volume. 🙂
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