I have a company that will be selling a “pre-packaged” bundle of products, and I am wondering what license I will need for this. Here is an example of how it will be sold:
Customer A pays $XX/month and they receive: - Big list of features (Live Chat, SEO Framework, and Email Newsletter Designer) - Domain + Hosting - Free website design + 5 pages of content
This is a “static” product, which will never change. It’s a bundle of some plugins + web design + hosting. I go in and build the site, install and set up the plugins and get paid.
I want to know if I will just need to buy an extended license of each plugin used in this bundle, or do I need to buy a regular license for each plugin, per customer?
This bundle is not being sold on Envato of course.
I appreciate any help so much!
If I also have an “Add Additional Features” where customers can pick from extras they want (more CodeCanyon plugins), will I only need an extended license for each plugin, for unlimited customers, or will I need a regular license for every single customer?
Again, this is not sold on Envato.
I think that this is not allowed. Best way to proceed is to contact Envato Support about this.
Unfortunately at this stage there is no “Unlimited Use” license on CodeCanyon.
An individual regular license will be required for each “installation”, so one license per plugin per customer.
You can charge the customer whatever you like for the product. You cannot distribute the plugins as-is, but you can install/set them up for the customers.
It’s best to contact envato support as they have a dedicated team of license gurus who can help, they can also assist with bulk purchases. http://support.envato.com/
Best of luck with the proejct,
No, this is not permitted. If you were to develop a WordPress theme though (for example) and purchase an extended license (also getting author permission for each plugin – easily done in most cases – preferably before the purchase) then you’d be able to distribute it all together. This though wouldn’t be a “static” product as it would change pretty often (the plugins if not the theme itself).
Well unfortunately, I don’t think Envato will work out for us for 1 reason. They don’t offer any sort of “Developer License”, and it seems as though they haven’t tried implementing it since this has been an issue for many years (according to forum threads)