Microsoft Commercial Marketplace Quick Start - Guide and Videos
Selling through Microsoft's commercial marketplace - in product experiences, Azure Marketplace, Microsoft AppSource, Cloud Solution Provider program, and Microsoft field co-selling - unlocks business growth through new channels, markets, and customers.
But getting started can be overwhelming, and there are a lot of options and settings to consider. That's why we've created a simplified guide that introduces and defines concepts with links to deeper articles for how-to guidance.
"Selling through Microsoft's commercial marketplace" is attached to this post for download.
The PDF document covers:
- Getting started
- Offer types
- Product types
- Terms and customization
- Pricing options
- Policies and processes
And if you prefer video or audio, we have a corresponding video series!
Full playlist of all modules: https://aka.ms/SellThroughMarketplaceVideoSeries
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Tournaments, Competitions, Fundraisers, Contests, and Charity events are activities school owners will create for their enrolment.
Third, school owners will see entry fees for events they create being deposited directly into their PayPal accounts.
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Hope you are well.
Do you have any an updated version of this document perhaps? I am specifically after the latest and targeted supported product types that can be transact listings?
Hi @AndreWitte - sorry I didn't reply, and I no longer have access to that account for notifications... You can find updated content in the Docs articles and well laid out trainings on Microsoft Learn.
Hey Kirill - sorry for the long delayed response. I was on paternity leave during Oct, Nov, and Dec and am back at work now. I'll look for the decks and find the best place to share them. Microsoft folks also have access to some great resources on the internal Infopedia page (aka.ms/commercialmarketplaceinfopedia).