Originally Posted by Chuck S
what I am saying is a user can most definately upload an ad and enter a quantity he is wishing to sell.
He is charged accordingly based on that.
You are telling me you arent seeing that. Now your free to modify things as you wish. Thats your right. I can only answer things here based on what things are suppose to do. I dont see how adding an extra field to the uploadproduct script is needed when the quantity selector is there.
Call me crazy but that's a deal I don't think most advertisers will buy. As an advertiser, I expect to pay for one ad regardless of the end result. If I don't make a sale at all, I still have to pay for the ad. By the same token, if I sell out my inventory, I don't expect that the provider of the ad space gets paid for every unit I sell. What you are providing as a default, and which disrupts other features if removed, is not a standard business model anywhere I have ever been.
The quantity field I added is there to inform the buyers how many units are available and if they are one lot or individual offerings.
I need a way to use the default template but follow a business model of one ad/one fee.