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Step 2: Creating Pricing Profiles

Chun Yi
posted this on June 21, 2012 09:50

Determining prices for everything you wish to sell

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Pricing Profiles allow you to determine prices for each type of print, product, download, or license you wish to sell. Instead of individually pricing each image, Pricing Profiles can be applied to multiple images. When you need to change a price or licensing parameter, you can update all the images you have priced with a particular Pricing Profile at once by simply updating the profile itself. This way, you don't have to alter prices one image at a time. You can have an unlimited number of Pricing Profiles, but you need to set up different profiles for each Pricing Profile type as indicated below.

 

Creating Pricing Profiles

Here's how it works

1. In the Navigation Bar, select Sell > Pricing Profiles. 

2. If this is your first time setting up a Pricing Profile, you should see this:

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3. Click the blue Add Profile button. A pop-up box will appear prompting you to choose the type of Pricing Profile you'd like to create.

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4. No matter which Profile type you choose, you will always be prompted to create a Profile Name (required), internal description, and public description. The questions that follow will depend on the type of Pricing Profile you are working with. Depending on what type of Profile you choose, you will be prompted to answer a particular set of questions. 

 

For specific details on each individual Profile type, check out the following tutorials:

Note: Rights-managed and royalty-free licenses are conflicting license types and cannot be applied to the same image. You can, however, apply a print and electronic license to a rights-managed or royalty-free image.


Move on to Step 3 to apply your pricing profiles.

 
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