Saturday, March 10, 2007


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Frequently Asked Questions and Objections:

O1: I already have a large audience right in front of me I can sell to directly.

A1: Soon after the first sale, if done traditional way, you risk to find your product online available for free. This is the main reason why I created Digributor. With Digributor you charge a lot of people before you give your product to anyone.

O2: If I use your service I have to pay you thus getting less money for myself.

A2: If you upload your product you don't have any obligations to release it. Watch amount of money people agree to pay you collectively and if it is less than you could get selling it yourself just don't release the product.

O3: I don't quite understand how to use your service and don't want to learn before there is a proof that it is worth learning.

A3: You don't have to. All you need to do is send me your content, tell me how much money you want, and I will put it up for sale. Consumers will bid what they are willing to pay and, once the accumulated bid reaches your set amount, I will charge them (all at once) and send you your money! The process will be completely transparent to you and you will have full control. You set your selling price…and you can even end the sale early if you so choose.

Saturday, March 3, 2007


2901 S Jackson St., Suite 336

(245) 296 6126
support (at) digributor (dot) com

Digributor is a combination of words "Digital" and "Distributor".

This briefly describes how Digribution works and how is it different from "Street Performer Protocol".

  1. Author puts a product on sale (anything that can be downloaded: Audio, Video, Text, Software, Know-how, Books, etc.) and gets back a link to the product bidding page. The link can be advertised by any means.

  2. Buyers place bids setting the amount of money they would pay individually and number of days the bid is valid. The promise to pay can be canceled any time before release.

  3. Author monitors the accumulating sum and when it is big enough releases the product. Every buyer is charged for the amount of money he/she stated and gets the product.

  4. Author gets all the money.

  5. Product is free to be copied, shared and distributed by anybody. This is NOT true.

The "5th postulate" could be arguable so I leave it to the authors. Authors can use any license with their products and/or any Digital Rights Management (DRM). This is what makes the service different from classic Street Performer Protocol (SPP). Those who do not pay will not be able to download the product on the site. But moving to free information is recommended and more welcomed.

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