We have collected the most frequently asked questions from shop owners and content owners. Please feel free to contact us if you don't find an answer to your question. We are always happy to help.
You need a Flickrocket account. It is not required that your shop is live.
There is no cost for the Creators Marketplace, however you need to have a Flickrocket account. There may be a monthly cost depending on the account type. See https://www.flickrocket.com/en/pricing for details.
You can define the royalty percentage which third-party shops have to pay for each sale of your content. You should not set the percentage too high to allow the third-party profitable sales. Generally, 20%-30% is an accepted percentage, but the percentage is your choice.
No. The customer data belongs to the third-party shop. You will get only summary sales data.
No. The third party store must use your licenses and pricing. This way you can't be undercut and all sales are purely additional revenue.
Yes. Blocking content for a certain third party is always possible, however we strongly recommend trying to agree on a solution to the problem instead of using the "atomic" blocking.
Flickrocket pays the collected royalties the month after they money is received from the third-party shop.
Yes, you need a Flickrocket account. The Creators Marketplace is built on top of Flickrocket's API services, which cannot be used without a Flickrocket account.
There is no cost for using the Creators Marketplace, however you need to have a Flickrocket account. There may be a monthly cost depending on the account type. See https://www.flickrocket.com/en/pricing for details. Depending on the shopping platform you use and your account level, you may be required to purchase a shop plug-in. See https://www.flickrocket.com/en/ for details.
The amount you earn is your sales price less the content owner royalty and Flickrocket fees. The sales price and the royalty percentage are defined by the content owner and displayed in the Creators Marketplace. The Flickrocket fees depend on several factors such as your account level and the content type. You find details about the fees at https://www.flickrocket.com/en/pricing and a revenue calculator at https://www.flickrocket.com/en/pricing/cost-calculator.
No and no. Your sales data remains private and Flickrocket only generates summarized reports about product sales.
No. You must use the licenses and pricing as defined by the content owner.
Flickrocket provides second level support as well as direct online help for customers.