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07-12-2008, 06:47 AM
Does any one allow quickpages to be made and sold with their s4h items? I'm opening a shoppe here soon and its totally devoted to hybrid templates, quickpages and shutterfly ready albums...
07-12-2008, 06:52 AM
I think this is not within the typical S4H terms. My terms specifically exclude making and selling templates. However you may find some people willing to allow this - will be interesting to see. :)
07-12-2008, 07:26 AM
The farthest I have gone with this is allowing my personal CT members to create albums for me so I can sell in my store along with the products and split the profit. I would not be okay with this being done. Like Dianne said I don't think it fits most S4H terms.
07-13-2008, 10:34 AM
It's not typical S4H usage. But what you could do is have a "call" for designers who would like this and figure out how to make it work financially for both you and the designer. A % based sales program might be a good incentive. Christine Smith had a store about a year and a half ago that was devoted exclusively to QPs and QP albums. The store was open about six months. You may want to consider talking to her to see what she did and what she learned. I was one of the QP artists for her store. It was a lot of fun on my end! Not sure about the rest of the business, though. Also, Alice Koh of The Daily Scrapper does this with some designers and their kits that are featured in her paper. Good luck! I'll be interested to see what you come up with.
07-14-2008, 08:02 AM
I have another question in relation to Kara's. Would the same be true for "pre-designed" pages that a customer would select, and I would add her photos, make some additional changes, and then sell to her in printed form?
07-15-2008, 07:57 AM
That's a sticky area. I would stay away from pre-designed pages unless you have specific permission from the designer. You could put a sample of pages in your photo gallery and if a client likes a page, then you could "scraplift" yourself, but I would definitely make MAJOR changes to the page. Like use a different kit... Most designers' TOU prohibit pre-made designs that you allow clients to select from. Now... some template designers do offer their templates as S4H. So, if you created a layout from one of the templates, and offered a layout based on that template, but used a different kit or completely remade the page using the same kit, but different papers or elements, then that *should* be fine.
07-15-2008, 08:09 AM
A pre-designed page is just another name for a quick page or a template.
07-15-2008, 01:06 PM
As I search for designers who have clear and concise S4H TOUs, I find there are very few that do not contain contridictions.
If I'm selling the finished product with photos, in a flattened and printed format, I don't understand why that would be considered a "quick page." The client will not even receive the file on disc.
I, in NO way want to violate anyone terms, and if I am in doubt, I just won't use it. But, I am having trouble getting clarity on what I CAN do with a S4H kit. I thank you for your feedback, as I continue to do my research.
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