June 25, 2010 at 1:10 pm #1414
In “Buy Now Type Button Specific Settings” there is a option to set a paypal email to want to allow other blog authors to sell their products on my blog and the product owner gets the money directly into his/her PayPal account.
That’s ok, but it is possible to earn a % to administrator (by paypal in automatic)?
I have also ‘Affiliate platform’ and eMember plugin…
cheersJune 26, 2010 at 12:55 am #21987IvyMember
Hi, Unfortunately you can not split the payment between 2 PayPal accounts automatically, PayPal does not allow this. You would need to have the payment go to your PayPal then send the Author amount minus your commission.June 26, 2010 at 7:39 am #21988
ok, then the Author must trust of my sales…
Other solution…If the Author has a affiliate ID, is it possible associate it to a single product for the commission only him?
ThanksJune 27, 2010 at 5:43 am #21989
“Other solution…If the Author has a affiliate ID, is it possible associate it to a single product for the commission only him?” – This could be a potential solution if I add the feature. At the moment this is not possible though.
This sounds like a good feature so if you really really need it then I will bump the priority of this featureJune 27, 2010 at 6:53 am #21990
Let me explain what I’m creating on the site: some users can subscribe (eMember) to Author or Graphic and other membership.
The Author membership can post tutorials, news, and so on, these entries can be viewed by payment members, the free members can download that, and the Authors earn a % by this sell (e.g. 50% admin and 50% author)
The Graphic can post some photoshop’s action, icons and so on, and they earn % by thei sales…
So, like a small small http://graphicriver.net/.
the quickest solution might be precisely: “If the Author has a affiliate ID, is it possible associate it to a single product for the commission only him?”
What do you think?June 28, 2010 at 1:31 am #21991
Okies.. this is what I can do.
When you configure a product you will be able to specify the “Author ID” (this is just the affiliate ID of the Author) for that product.
When there is a sale of that product, it will award a commission (e.g 50%) to the author who is associated with that product.
Do you also plan to run a normal affiliate program on the site too? Because if another affiliate refers that sale then some commission will need to be given to that referrer too.June 28, 2010 at 6:45 am #21992
Actually I have Affiliate platform actived, but I don’t set it. If you say me another affiliate refers would gain then I don’t run it.
Have I to disable Affiliate registration, right? How do I do?
I expect this new feature, you are a genius!June 29, 2010 at 2:16 am #21993
You can keep it running… just disable the registration so only you can create affiliate accounts for the authors from the dashboard.
I will try to add this feature within a few days.June 29, 2010 at 9:00 am #21994
Thanks, I stay tuned.
“just disable the registration” is there some uncheck to do or have I to delete some php code?
ThanksJune 29, 2010 at 3:14 pm #21995
be possible to specify the “Author ID” to ‘pay per view’ also?
would be interesting to do video tutorials…
CheersJune 30, 2010 at 1:48 am #21996
be possible to specify the “Author ID” to ‘pay per view’ also? – The type of product or service doesn’t matter. When the “Author ID” is set for a product or service the Author will get a cut of the sale as commission in his/her affiliate account.July 8, 2010 at 6:05 am #21997
Are there some news for the “Author ID” futures?
CheersJuly 9, 2010 at 6:15 am #21998
Yeah, I have added it in. This link should explain how it work:
I have sent you the updated version of the plugins.July 9, 2010 at 7:52 am #21999
You are my IDOL!
Thanks a lot!March 28, 2020 at 12:34 am #22000MichaelMember
The feature to add a colleges PayPal email to a product so he receives the money in his account?
What I am I missing during testing as the WP eStore keeps going to the eStore default email address and putting the funds in the default account instead of my colleges PayPal account.
Is there another setting or short code i should be using…
I actually used this shortcode with no joy [wp_eStore_fancy_display id=”11″ type=”2″ style=”1″ gateway=”paypal”]
His email address is in the field (This is useful when you want to allow other blog authors to sell their products on your blog and the product owner gets the money directly into his/her PayPal account)
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