Sell payment-modules and e-Commerce addons over this platform.
We will inform you via e-mail each time one of your products is sold.
You earn 70% of each sale excluding taxes.
Due to our 30 days money back guarantee, you can collect your earnings after 30 days.
All contributions must be completely functional.
Contributors cannot consider encurio or their clients to be their beta-testers. Modules and themes should be thoroughly tested BEFORE being submitted. A module containing too many bugs will be removed. Submitting too many modules containing bugs may result in a ban from selling.
Note that it is absolutely forbidden to place ‘trackers’ in any modules or themes. By tracker, we mean a call to an external URL without the knowledge of the seller: remote image file or document, or automated form submission. Obviously, it is also forbidden to send mail without the merchant’s knowledge or to dump database.
Creating good product description pages is essential for both selling and facilitating the validation of your contributions!
Customers like to have images of what they are buying. Inserting screenshots is the best method of making your module or your theme more attractive to customers.
The screenshots must show, in pictures, what your module is capable of doing. Try to get screenshots of the Back Office and the Front Office.
Moreover, to avoid any customer complaints or demands for refunds, your module’s screenshots must be taken using the platforms default theme. Indeed, if the module does not allow customers to obtain the results shown in the screenshots, then customers will be able to demand a reimbursement.
Similarly, you cannot show screenshots of themes used on modules that are not provided.
When you publish a module, its description must be as detailed and faithful to your module’s properties as possible. A good description increases the number of potential buyers. This is also equally valid of themes: specify what is provided in the archive, various compatibilities, or even make suggestions for use.
Add a dose of marketing! Highlight the benefits that will draw in potential merchants: a significant conversion rate, time-savings, ease of management, etc.
Feel free to highlight the technical performance of your module (such as speed or flexibility) or your theme (such as modules included or ergonomics).
A good module description can be defined as such:
The description must be easily understood by all users; remember that some of your future buyers are novices who are not familiar with computer terms, and that some others may not speak your language.
On the product file pages, it is possible to specify the languages into which the contribution has been translated. In order for a contribution to be considered as translated into a language, you must have:
If your module or theme can be used in different countries, we request that you submit it with descriptions written in these countries’ languages. It is also requested that you give a precise description in English (mandatory) without using automatic translation software.
It is necessary for every contribution to include an installation guide.
The file name must be explicit enough for one to understand that these are the instructions. It must be in a format able to be viewed by all (txt, pdf, but not docx).
This guide must enable every user, even those who have limited computer knowledge, to be able to install your module.
It must also describe how the module functions, in particular if your module is not very intuitive.
When you think that all of the above-mentioned conditions are met, you can submit your module to be validated. Our team will then check that your module works and that it can be made available within our downloadcenter. If your module meets all of the requirements listed above, it will soon be added online. If it is not yet adequate, it will be placed online after some delay, during which, if appropriate, you will be asked to make some changes so that it conforms to the conditions.