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Pricing by URL

I have events where the pricing is different than other events, which are different than the fine art pricing.
So, I read that you intend to have pricing sets, but If I have to apply a pricing set per photo to 3000 event photos, it is a non starter.
I need to have the leading URL specified, and then assign a set to it.
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  • I actually like both ideas.

    For instance, I have a fine art gallery that contains all my images. While most of the images are priced consistently, there are a few photographs from an exhibition that are priced higher. Personally I would like to be able to control this and leave them where they are in the website. Under somewhat the same theme, I would also like to control the print sizes offered on a few photographs manually.

    I also have recently shot an event and have used the URL pricing by setting up another sub site to get around pricing per photo for each individual photo. So I can see that each can have it's place - even on one site.
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  • The link above is broken. Can somebody share again how to do this?
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    Hi Tony,

    I'm going to give you the URL that DigitalOxygen.ca mentioned above, but before I do, let me explain a bit.

    You can control multiple websites from a single Fotomoto account, and the sites are distinguished by their URL. One "site" could be at the top level of your domain (say, example.com), and another site could be a directory on the same domain (like, example.com/some-directory). If you set up two sites like this, you'd have complete independent control of the pricing, product settings, etc. on each site.

    The important thing to know if you're using this "trick" to manage separate pricing for two "product lines", you should consider that all of the customer, accounting, and other info is all separate as well, so you'll end up with separate lists of customers, orders, etc., which may not be ideal.

    Last thing - we're planning to make *lots* of improvements to Fotomoto early in 2011, and better photo & product management is on our list of things to work on, so if you're not in a giant hurry, you might want to hang tight and stay tuned for the improvements...just something to think about.

    Now, all that said, here's the correct link to the article
    http://getsatisfaction.com/fotomoto/topics/better_photo_management_hierachies_folders_group_selection.

    Also here's an article about how to add multiple sites to your account.

    Hope that helps, and thanks for using Fotomoto!
    Derek
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