Creating a Product.

  • Select 'E-Commerce' > Products

  • Click on '+ Add Product'

  1. Select the 'Course' that you wish to turn into a 'Product' by using the dropdown menu to navigate to the course. Selecting the 'Populate with Course details' link will pull in some additional info for you to save you re-typing/selecting it.
  2. Assign a price to your course. This is the cost that people will pay to gain access to your cost.
  3. Enter any Product Reference that you wish to relate to this Product.
  4. Enter any Provider Reference that you wish to relate to this Product.
  5. Tick the 'Live' box to apply this Product immediately.
  6. Click 'Submit'

 

Once you have clicked 'Submit', your newly created Product will appear on the Products list.

 

 

 

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    Cecilie Wian

    And now for the difficult part: where do i find a external link to my product? I need to some how be able to show it to potential customers to sell it.

    Edited by Cecilie Wian
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    Pete Thorne

    Clicking the arrow to the right of the product name will load the product payment page in a new tab. You can copy this link and distribute it. One limitation to note is that users currently have to pre-register on your Curatr instance before they can proceed to making purchases.

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    Jos Maassen

    Oke, but where do i see a sort of webshop?

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    Craig Taylor

    Hi Jos,

    Can you explain a little more about what you mean by 'webshop'?

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    Jos Maassen

    Our client will have a webshop where you can buy MOOCs / Courses / SPOCs...

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    Craig Taylor

    The 'shop' will need to be hosted on their (non Curatr) site with details of the course, costs etc and then linking through to Curatr for the purchase.

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    Jos Maassen

    So the "e-commerce" is like the preparation for a kind of webshop....

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    Craig Taylor

    It's setting up Curatr to allow courses to be purchased and then accessed. The promo of the course itself should take place outside of Curatr.

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    Cathy Young

    'One limitation to note is that users currently have to pre-register on your Curatr instance before they can proceed to making purchases."

    Pete - can you explain a little bit more about what you mean by this? Does that mean they can't register and enrol from the course directly from the marketing/course link without first having a profile in Curatr?

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    Pete Thorne

    Hi Cathy,

    That is correct, only existing Curatr users can purchase and enrol on to courses. The products area was originally built with a client who already had an existing membership and a single sign-on solution and so did not require the purchase to sit outside the register user area.

    One thing you could use to encourage users to register would be to make a short free introductory course and promote it on your public facing website, asking users to sign up to get access. You could then use that course to link to your paid courses.

    The added benefit of this approach is that your would receive the email addresses of everyone who signs up and could follow up with marketing messages in the future.

    Regards

    Pete

    Edited by Pete Thorne
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