Select the Fan Page you want to sell on. Then type your status update, upload a strong image of the eBook, add a product title, set the price, and click the orange “Next” button.
3. Upload the digital file
Heyo Cart takes care of product delivery for you! So you just need to tell Heyo Cart how you want to be paid for sales (either a debit card or your bank account). Click “Next”.
4. Publish your pitch
Take a moment to preview of your post — and then once it’s ready, click “Publish” to publish now or to schedule it for later.
5. Make sales!
Once your post is live, fans can comment “Buy” to purchase and Heyo Cart will automatically respond to them, telling them how to finish the purchase:
A great thing about Heyo Cart is that, once fans buy once from you, they never have to put their information in again (they don’t have to click any links!). They simply type “Buy” … and Boom! You’ve got a new sale:
6. Get paid
Once your fans have paid, Heyo Cart then takes them to the product page where they can download your book:
7. Build your list
As sales come in, use the Heyo Cart back end to see who’s buying. You’ll get first name, last name, AND EMAIL (many people say buyers lists are the most valuable – so segment this list in your email marketing or CRM tool for future upsells and product launches).
You should do this within the first 3 sentences of your post. During the rest of the post, you should tell them more about the book.
Influencers, authors, and experts are making money with Heyo Cart
In a recent A/B test conducted by author and info-marketer, Sue Zimmerman, Amazon and Heyo Cart were both put to the test.
Sue listed her latest eBook for sale on both Amazon and her Facebook page (using Heyo Cart) to see which would drive more sales.
Here are the results:
: Sue sold 15 copies, earning $106.76 in first 10 days
: Sue sold 95 copies, earning $591.05 in first 10 days
Here’s what Sue Zimmerman had to say after the study:
An additional benefit we gained from using Heyocart.com was that it gave us the ability to collect the email addresses and names of our buyers. That made it easy to enter them in our CRM … for future upselling and content marketing. Amazon doesn’t do that.
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