Tagged: pricing table
February 23, 2013 at 1:18 pm #8626phirebaseMember
Just a question about how to do it pricing table as i can see on demo site here.. http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/eMember-demo/members-home/join-usFebruary 23, 2013 at 10:52 pm #54018PeterMember
Most pricing tables allow you to specify a URL when you are configuring the buttons associated with the pricing table. Having said that, the easiest way to use eStore together with a pricing table is to do the following:
1) choose any pricing table you want to use on your site, ie, maybe your theme might have one or you might get some plugin which displays pricing tables
2) See the following link to install the eStore extra shortcodes plugin and then use the techniques outlined to insert the various links into the pricing tables buttons.February 25, 2013 at 12:30 am #54019phirebaseMember
Ok, thanks again.. fixed:)February 7, 2015 at 4:46 am #54020PatrickParticipant
I’m sorry if this is the wrong place to ask this but I can’t find anywhere that addresses what I’m looking for. My site sells doTERRA memberships and I am wondering if there is any way possible to capture the affiliate tracking info as a lead when someone clicks on my pricing table so that I can award an affiliate commission if that customer completes the membership registration? I do realize you have a section on using contact form 7 and gravity forms but my site is setup so that it displays the product and then offers 2 membership options in a pricing table. The customer chooses which membership they want and click the button and it takes them over to the doterra enrollment form. This is my only obstacle to actually running an affiliate program on my site. You can see what I mean at any of my product pages. Here’s one so you can see what I mean and all of my product pages are the same way [http://essentialloils.com/iq-mega-3-fish-oil-supplements-product-information-page-buy-wholesale/]
Thank you and I hope this can be done.February 7, 2015 at 10:20 pm #54021adminKeymaster
To capture a lead you will need to at least capture the email address of the user/buyer. On your site you are not capturing anything. Does the sale happen on the external site also?February 8, 2015 at 5:46 am #54022PatrickParticipant
The sales all happen on the external site. I decided to go the gravity forms route and configured it to capture a little bit of info before passing through to the external sales site. I tested it and it captured the affiliate lead just fine. The only thing I might do is add SSL to the page now so that customers might feel better about entering their name and email address. In your experience, do you think it necessary to have a simple lead capture form ssl secure or is that extra money I need not spend since I am not actually dealing with credit cards or sensitive information? Thank you by the way. In configuring the gravity form I now can offer an affiliate program so that’s great!February 8, 2015 at 1:42 pm #54023wzpModerator
The only thing I might do is add SSL to the page now so that customers might feel better about entering their name and email address.
Emphasis is on the word “feel.” Using an SSL certificate (of any type) between the site user and the server only encrypts the information while it is traveling between the user and you. Unless the information is going to be passed to its final destination and stored as encrypted data, all you are doing is providing a false sense of security, to users who are not security literate. If you really feel the need to do such a thing, save yourself some money and use a (free) self-signed SSL certificate. It won’t fool the security literate people, but it will have the same effect on the non security literate ones as if you were using a Domain, Organizational, or Extended Validation SSL certificate; which can cost a few hundred to thousands of dollars a year. Your hosting provider can provide you with help on creating self-signed SSL certificates.
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