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03/10/2017 09:21:08 PM · #26
John Brennan FAA

This is what you would get in the first instance.

pricing.png?w=665

I only inserted $30 for a 10" but the inserted image shows $46.40.
I think there's an error there somewhere.

I had no idea how to price, so in the end just took a stab in the dark. Worked out something less than Neil's and less than Nikki's.

Neil has adopted The Fifty Cents Rule and applies a discount on larger prints. That is what he explained to me in a recent post.

Message edited by author 2017-03-10 22:42:03.
03/10/2017 10:09:01 PM · #27
Default Pricing Discrepancy on FAA.

My pricing for a 10" image was intended to be less than Neil's and less than Nikki's.

I inserted $30 in the default pricing list, but when I saw the FAA price for artist it showed $46.40.

I'm never going to sell any at this rate. My price is far too high.
03/11/2017 01:31:19 AM · #28
Originally posted by johnbrennan:

. . .

I only inserted $30 for a 10" but the inserted image shows $46.40.
I think there's an error there somewhere.

. . .


I don't have time to figure out what you did and what you are seeing. I will just say that
1) the amount you put in default for a size is what you will get, regardless of how (paper print, framed, canvas, acrylic, etc.) the customer decides to purchase it;
2) the price you see when you are signed in is the FAA share minus your discount;
3) to see the price a buyer would see, view your portfolio without signing in.

Unless you market yourself and well AND have very unique work, your chances of selling anything with only 25 images for sale is very slim. I said don't join until you have reached that magic maximum because I know it can take a long time to get to that point if you do a good job with your descriptions and key words and also read around a lot on the site. I figure why pay for what you can get free. But I would also say that if you are serious about trying this out, pay to upgrade as soon as you reach 25 uploads.
03/11/2017 03:02:52 AM · #29
Originally posted by johnbrennan:


I inserted $30 in the default pricing list, but when I saw the FAA price for artist it showed $46.40.


This is what I see without logging in.
05/19/2017 02:38:56 AM · #30
FAA sells a host of items in various shapes and sizes.

Greeting Cards, Throw Pillows (Mostly Square), Duvet Covers, Shower Curtains, Tote Bags (Square), Phone Cases, T-Shirts, Round Beach Towels, Rectangular Bath Towels, Portable Battery Charges, Pouches, Weekender Tote Bag, Mugs.
05/19/2017 04:04:26 AM · #31
thanks
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