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  • Examples of digital goods include e-books, music 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.

  • Some products exist only on a computer, however they are still sold for real money. Examples of these include eBooks (which are just like normal books but instead of a hard copy they are just a file which you can download), training courses (on anything, from learning Spanish to learning about internet marketing), software and much more.

  • The advantage of selling digital products is that you don't have to pay any manufacturing or distribution costs. Once you've made the product, everything you sell is virtually profit! This is why many people create their own digital products themselves, for example writing an eBook on a subject, and then selling it.

  • Digital products do not have a physical form or structure that can be physically consumed.

  • Many physical products

  • can be made "smart" by adding an electronic interface to monitor and control their

  • functions—for example, smart cars and smart appliances, which become hybrid digital products.

  • Web products are products of the web such as: Subscriptions, media, youtube.

  • Web Products are products and/or services that are complementary to your domain name portfolio. These include: Database.

  • A database is an organised collection of data. The data is usually organised to model aspects of reality in a way supporting processes requiring information. When you have a inserted data into a database you can use it to make queries, forms and reports. You can also organise the data in ascending or descending order by such aspects as price, salary etc. One of the programmes you can use to manage and edit databases includes Microsoft Access.

  • Games can be created or edited using a programme called ‘Scratch’. Scratch uses many different pre-made codes that you can use to make a game. You can make complex games as well as fairly simple ones. Some of the sort of games you can create on scratch include Pong, racing games, shooting games and more. Scratch is fairly easy to use and games can be made with only a very basic understanding of the programme.

  • Multimedia is the integration of multiple forms of media.

  • This includes text, graphics, audio, video, etc. For example, a presentation involving audio and video clips would be considered a multimedia…


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