April 18, 2014

Intubus – Sell Your Digital Products

Intubus is a digital content distribution network where people can sell all types of digital products, including music, books, videos, software, images, and even knowledge. The company distributes its users’ content online to potential buyers, and calls its system the first “crowd-selling solution.”

Whether you’re a writer, a musician, a developer, or a designer, there’s a good chance you’d be happy to bring in a few extra dollars every month. Intubus has created a way to do just that, providing you with a method for selling your digital products online without going through the hassle of setting up and marketing an ecommerce store. Upload your content to Intubus and select a price that seems fair. Once your product has been uploaded, Intubus will immediately distribute your listings to thousands of websites, blogs, marketplaces, and social networks. These are the specific places where potential buyers are most likely to see your products online, which means there’s very little that you need to do in the way of marketing. You can also upload and store your files with Intubus, which saves time by eliminating the need to manually upload products each time you make a sale.

Intubus is connecting content creators, publishers, and marketplaces, and developing a sales system that truly benefits everyone. Intubus offers a number of benefits over traditional digital marketplaces, including cost—sellers can join the network without paying any fees—along with complete copyright control for content creators.

Practical Uses:

  • Sell your digital photographs online
  • Reach a wider audience when promoting the software you developed
  • Encourage social media followers to purchase a book you wrote about marketing
  • Make money from the music you’ve been recording in your basement
  • Create a digital ad to promote your e-book

Insider Tips:

  • Content creators retain complete copyright control
  • Widget statistics show how many people have viewed a particular product
  • Users have the option to store their files on Intubus
  • Payments from sales are sent directly from the customer to your Paypal account

What we liked:

  • Sellers can get their products seen by a wide audience of potential buyers
  • Intubus lets content creators maintain complete control over their work
  • Intubus doesn’t charge a commission
  • Digital widgets give sellers insight into how many people are seeing their products
  • Intubus handles all the aspects of marketing an online store

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: January 2013 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Palo Alto, California
  • Founded by: Vitalii Soldatenko
  • Web site:


  • Free registration


  1. How much do you charge for membership and for the services you provide?
    How would you control users(content buyers) from multiples download and how would you protect my contents from piracy?
    How can I monitor every transaction made and at the same time the transaction is made?
    What is the maximum number of contents one can sell using your services
    I live in Europe, do I have to pay tax in the US?

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