How to Configure the Website Settings

How to Configure the Website Settings

The Website Settings, also referred to as the “back end” of your website is where you can configure the functionality of the site including settings like:

Choose which Blank Products to Sell

Custom Domain Name,

Commission Gateway,

Price Settings,

Create Pre-Decorated Products 

Settings to Configure Before Launching Website

Choose Blank Products to Offer: Select which products you want to offer on the site

Set Markup & Price Settings: Add a flat or fixed-rate markup to the wholesale price

Configure Domain Name: Add a custom domain name and add an HTTPS certification for free

Add Paypal account for Commissions: Add the email address associated with your Paypal account

Configure SEO Settings: Add keywords and descriptions to help search engines find your website


Additional Settings to Configure if You Are Going to Sell Retail Products 

If your affiliate website is going to focus on retail products instead of custom decoration services, you will want to add designs and pre-decorated products to your website.  You can either create retail products for your customers to purchase or you can display designs and let the customer choose the design and then the product they want it printed on.

Decorated Products: Pre-decorated products can be sold in one of two ways: either a customer just selects the product they want for purchase or they select a decorated product and customize it with text and/or additional artwork.  With DecoNetwork’s online design tool, it is easy to allow customers to customize their product within whatever parameters you set.

Designs: By simply listing designs on your website, it makes it easy for your customers to select a design and then choose the specific product they want it printed on.  You determine the product line for each design and the website will create a price based on the design and the product being printed or sewn.


What to Monitor Once the Site Has Gone Live

Once your website has been launched and customers begin making purchases, you can view the orders and your customers’ information under both the “Orders” and “Customers” sections of the back end.