A product also called an offer is an option you configure to allow end-users to purchase a product on a site. You can create as many products as you want and add them to different sites depending on your needs.
- To create a product go to Catalog > Offers, and click + Add new offer.
- Fill in the configuration fields.
|Name of the offer
|Normal - Use this type for regular initial sales.
Cross Sale - Use this when setting up internal cross sales or cross sales with your partners.
One-click Signup - Use this type when you're setting up one click sales.
|Select a title from the active options. The title will be displayed on the prejoin page to users.
|I display the price on this offer to the end-user before Vendo does.
|When checked on, it disables Vendo's AI-driven Dynamic Pricing feature (if your account is configured with it).
Mark this option on when your product price points are explicitly defined in a mailing campaign, in a landing page or in any other end-user facing endpoint in your side.
You must also check the box on if you're not using Vendo's prejoin pages.
|Time unit for price breakdown
|It represents the amount that a customer is paying for the breakdown instead of the total.
If an offer has a membership of 30$ per month, and you configure the price breakdown per day, it will show: pay 1$/day.
|Choose the type of rounding you want to apply to the offer.
|Check the box if you want to show the total amount of money when you configure a price breakdown.
|Here you can customize the billing schedule by adding price, duration and a price point identifier.
- When you're ready click Save Changes.
The new offer will show up in the list of available products you can choose for your sites.
Before you try to add a product to a site, you have to create offers following the instructions in the section above.
- To add a product to a site go to Catalog > Sites, and choose a site.
- Go to the Products tab, click the table and choose a product from the list.
- Explain the reasoning behind the selection and click Add Product.
Updated almost 2 years ago