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Breeziee: Add a Paywall to Any Link. Sell Digital Goods Easily

A new startup called Breeziee makes it possible for anybody to quickly setup a paywall to any link and use it for selling digital goods such as downloadable files, images or even articles on webpages. Simply fill out the form on the homepage, and your file will be posted for sale immediately. You can then share your sales page and manage all your sales through the control panel. The best part is, Breeziee charges no fees and takes no cuts from payment. The payments go right to your PayPal account.

The process is very simple and takes less a minute. You enter your PayPal email address, the link to the product which you wish to sale and the price. Optionally, you can add a description and upload an image.


Once you click the “Sell” button, your file will be put up for sale and will also automatically be added to their file directory. You get a shortened link that takes you to your sale page. When a customer clicks on the “Buy” button they are automatically taken to PayPal to complete the payment. Payments go directly to your PayPal account.

From the seller’s dashboard, one can change, track, and view stats such as the number of views made and sales completed, and the total earnings.

One should keep in mind that the paywall is encountered only when visiting your sales page. The actual link to your product is still unprotected and can be accessed by anyone who knows the URL.

Related: Offers Regular People to Earn Easy Affiliate Commission


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