I'm looking to start using E-junkie because many people have recommended it, and it seems the best solution for digital downloads. But I'm stuck on the product limit pricing. I would be running a blog selling something new everyday, like a photography download or an MP3 from a band. These would be relatively small downloads, for relatively low prices.
The only problem is, I would need to upgrade the pricing after 10 days. And then upgrade the pricing again after just over another week, and of course, needing to keep upgrading as long as i had the blog open.
Normally, I would be ok with the increased pricing because a normal store would add well selling products and remove the bad ones, so presumably all the products would have a purpose. But the whole point of a good blog is that you can go back in time and find old stuff. Only a few items would have large sales at a time, the rest would be relatively little.
I guess a band would have the same problem, because having three albums selling track by track would put your pretty high in the pricing, although you probably won't get many sales from old albums. But you'll definitely get annoyed customers who occasionally want to buy an old song.
Any chance of coming up with a new pricing scheme designed to fit a "blogstore" format? I know you generally only have two variables (storage space and #of products) but maybe its time for another? I know by using Amazon, your storage and bandwidth should be very inexpensive, but I'd gladly pay a premium for bandwidth if it meant I got more product listings.