You can also notice that “License Certificate” link is not visible anymore because now you have to click on “Download” button. Some items require license certificate during install process and this may confuse users.
alcalbg saidThat is a clever idea, but even if that works, it would be just another way of knowing that someone has purchased your item, right? We would still not being able to know where did this customer (that did buy) come from.
I am testing this idea of putting campaign tracking code into item’s html documentation but I don’t have enough data yet to confirm that this could actually work.
My goal with this is to track conversions for promoted items. In other words to be able to see how many people buys your item when you are running paid ad campaign (AdWords or similar).
As far as I know conversions work like this:
- You setup an ad campaign for your item.
- Potential buyer see your ad and clicks on it. At this stage customer receives a tracking cookie.
- Customer decides to buy your product, make a purchase and download your item.
- When he opens html documentation tracking code is fired and because he has appropriate tracking cookie installed this is recorded as a conversion.
I’m not sure if you can see customer location in conversion analytics but if you have this conversion data you can see result of your paid marketing, adjust your ads, keywords and invest in something that is not a black-box.
Hi, I’m looking for something that would let me create galleries and albums…a little bit like nextgen…maybe a little better BUT I’d like the ability to have a downloadable zip file for example of all the images in an album. It would be perfect if I could upload a zip file with high res photos, the gallery would generate lower res for online and have a link to download the zip with all the high res…may be I ask too much;)
Maybe my gator item will fit you, it has zip/unzip, lightbox gallery, thumbnail preview, download links and folders (albums).
I am testing this idea of putting campaign tracking code into item’s html documentation but I don’t have enough data yet to confirm that this could actually work. Perhaps we could also use “visit this link” to unlock your new item etc.
This is how one major freelance site is doing their rating score / feedback calculation:
The feedback system weights your overall feedback score by the net dollar value of each contract. The net dollar value equals the total payment, minus any refunded payments. If the other user did not give you a feedback score, the contract is excluded from the calculation. Example: A contractor has a $1000 contract with 5 stars, a $200 contract with 1 star and a $50 contract with no feedback. The overall feedback score would be 4.33.
1. no feedback = no score 2. refund = no score
Of course, refund in not an option here but some kind of feedback can be implemented.
Nice and useful but way too big and flashy. It should only be visible on hover or something…
right-click menu in firefox is hideous!
I suppose conversion tracking is still impossible, but….
Maybe you could add conversion tracking code to your item’s html documentation and hope the buyer reads it?