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Promoting additional instructions and services through the eCommerce Advanced tab

Vicki Wilson ConleyVicki Wilson Conley Lounge Lizzard Posts: 12
edited October 2012 in Promote
I just went through the process last night of helping a client purchase an appcat app through my white label site. I would like to customize and add some email instructions and promotion of available options through that page but there isn't much in way of instruction there. Not sure how to format the text or where in the process each text box will appear. I want to enhance the DIY user experience so they can make a product that they are happy with.


  • Vicki Wilson ConleyVicki Wilson Conley Lounge Lizzard Posts: 12
    I also searched in the Help area for eCommerce Advanced and didn't see anything other than this...
    You can even customize the entire experience for your customers by clicking "advanced" on top. This way you can translate and brand things like the buying process and email confirmations for your customer. It's a total white label solution without the hassle, approval processes, and investments usually associated with this style of business.
  • ToddGoldsteinToddGoldstein Bouncer, Bar Keep Posts: 695
    @VickiWilsonConley. I see, you've already changed some text on your app-seller site. Nice. You can change everything, including the emails they receive when they make an app on your site.
    If you go to the advanced tab you'll see an amazing amount of customizable fields. Those can all be changed to sound and read exactly like you wish.
    The best way to find out how all those fields come into play is going through the app making process on your site and comparing them to those fields.
    Honestly, though: I don't think you'll need to change much because the default text works perfectly for English speaking target markets...
    Let me know if you get stuck...
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