Start selling your prints with our new e-commerce feature

Published 16 May 2014 at 17:56

Here at Picmoo we know all of you enjoy photography and art in general and so far we’ve been intensely focused on helping you showcase your work in the best possible way. This is why each photography website built on our service is easy to use, responsive, mobile ready and has great designs to complement your work. However, we think the time has come for a new addition to our feature set: we’re proud to introduce the highly anticipated e-commerce section.

Built as part of your admin page, the e-commerce tab allows you to sell your work online and instantly accept payments from your customers. As always with our tools, we’re providing you with full flexibility when it comes to earning money from your photos. We support both individual, single prices, as well as pricing groups for when you want to sell your prints in different formats (for example you might have a "Standard prints" group with options for different print sizes and prices, from small 8x10 prints to large posters). Your shipping rate can also be configured in two different ways, either as a flat rate or a staggered one based on the total order amount. You can even set special shipping surcharges to specific items if needed (after all, a beautiful canvas is more expensive to ship than a small print).

You can instantly accept credit or debit card payments using our integration with PayPal, the biggest e-commerce payment company in the world as well as offline cheques and bank transfers (after an order is placed using the offline checkout method the customer automatically receives your payment instructions).

To start selling your photos today just follow our easy to understand getting started guide and you'll be ready in no time!

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