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ContentShelf.com Integrates With Dropbox - Sellers of Digital Content Now Have A New Delivery Method(January 30, 2013)
Konxville, TN (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
ContentShelf.com is making news again. First it was video streaming to tablets and mobile phones. Now its the new Dropbox delivery method.
For individuals and organizations that sell digital content, the new Dropbox delivery method allows purchased content to be pushed to a Dropbox account for viewing across multiple devices.
Heres how it works for sellers.
A) Seller uploads a digital product to ContentShelf.com
B) Seller chooses a delivery method (Download, Stream, or Dropbox)
C) Seller links their web site, blog or social page to their ContentShelf.com store
Heres how it works for buyers.
A) Buyer finds the sellers web site, blog or social page
B) Buyer visits the store and purchases a digital product
C) Buyer pushes the digital product it to their Dropbox (download or stream too)
The Dropbox delivery method is great news for our customers, explains Art DeVaughn, Director of Operations. Buyers want to access their content on multiple devices. Now sellers can deliver digital content the way buyers want it.
To learn how you can benefit from using ContentShelf.com and the new Dropbox delivery method, sign up today. Its free to get started and affordable to stay after your up and running.
Content Shelf is Ecommerce Software as a Service. Based in Knoxville Tennessee Content Shelf is a privately held company. Contact 865-686-5713 or email@example.com for more information.
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