Click on ‘Settings‘ in the menu. You’ll be in your ‘Store’ set-up.
Upload a personalised store banner, profile picture and fill in all your details.
Tip: To have a successful store, spend some time on your Biography welcoming your fans, explaining how they can help and how Tributors works. An example is here.
Tip: You can only upload jpgs, not png files.
Click ‘Update Settings’ at bottom of page.
Tip: If you’re banner and bio don’t look like they are updating, it’s because the old info has been saved in the cache. To fix it, go to your web browser preferences.
Click on ‘Payment’ in the menu and add your Stripe account details. If you don’t already have an account, it will send you to the joining form.
Click on ‘Social Profile’ in menu and add your social media links. This will show on your shop page.
In menu, click ‘back to dashboard’ then ‘Products’ then the ‘Add new product’ button on the far right.
Fill in the basic details.
All prices are set in US dollars, but we are hoping to update that soon.
Select ‘Product’ or ‘Event / Experience’ for the category.
Add your own personal tags, which help fans focus on a specific project or event of yours.
Tip: For the description, this is the area that persuades your fans to add to cart. Spend a bit of time thinking how to encourage your fans to help with your project or event with this specific item.
You’ll then be taken to a more detailed page:
As this is at the Beta stage, there are a couple of quirks still.
Save your product.
You can now share your store with your followers!
Go to ‘Withdraw‘ in your Tributor Dashboard and enter in how much you want to be paid.
It will be transferred through Stripe directly to your bank account.
Once submitted, it will take up to two days to be accepted, then Stripe processes the payment.
If a fan changes their mind and wants a refund, Tributors will send you the fans details to refund them.
If you have any problems (or suggestions!) please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Tributors takes 4% of contribution to maintain this website. Stripe and Paypal will take their fees.