I'm trying to do a little research on how to market software -- I've written a couple of neat productivity desktop apps and I have also written several very useful ActiveX .dlls. (some written in VB and others written in C++).
Do developers really make much from their shareware products? Any suggestions on which service to do business with?
How about direct marketing? Anyone making money this way?
What about making a website, listing my products and trying to register with other links?
How about approaching a vendor that offers software (or software components) that would benefit by adding my goods to their portfollio of products?
I'm assuming that you have never sold a product in your life. If you want to market your own software and you only have a few products, I suggest using PayPal.
As to whether shareware sells, it depends
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