The Multi-user license makes it easy to sell or rent content for an entire class or group with a single purchase… and reduced costs for you. This is ideal for schools, companies, and organizations where many users need access to content, but the order is placed by a purchasing agent. For example, a teacher could license a video or book for use by a whole school class of 30 students.You determine the number of users and the cost for each multi-user license.
This feature allows importing a mailing list to automatically send out unique unlock codes, gift certificates, or discount codes. For example, a mailing list could be used for distributing digital textbooks to all students enrolled in a course or you send a follow-up email with a discount code to leads gathered at conferences… and all this can be completed in minutes.
Let’s look at the process…
PDF - For maximum security, you should not allow printing or exporting of PDF files. You can use a custom license to manage printing rights or you can secure the PDF before uploading.
Have you ever wondered how to set up complex physical or service products with FlickRocket? Products which have multiple different properties, such as color and size? Of which not all possible combinations may exist? Well, the “Variations” product has you covered – find out below on how to set it up properly.
Did you ever think about presenting your content in a KIOSK system? Presenting your content at POS? At shows? Seminars? And the list goes on and on…
Uploading content to FlickRocket is quite easy using either the FlickRocket Content Tools or the web based uploader.
But what do you do if you want to upload hundreds or thousands of content items? Well, for that case the uploading process can be automated. How this works and what to consider when doing so is something I want to explain in this post.
Flickrocket supports a wide variety of different product types which includes also physical products which are shipped to customers. There are a number of different ways to set these up, which are described in the following.