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vBulletin classifieds mod from Panjo
Mod Version: 4.2.2.2.5, by Panjo (Contributor) Panjo is offline
Developer Last Online: Jan 2016 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

vB Version: 4.x.x Rating: (5 votes - 4.20 average) Installs: 32
Released: 06 Aug 2013 Last Update: 11 Feb 2015 Downloads: 279
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As of September 2015, the Panjo marketplace mod for vBulletin has been completely rearchitected.

You can learn more about the latest version of the mod on Panjo's vBulletin partner page.

This mod enables you to launch a peer-to-peer community marketplace that is integrated into your vBulletin forum.

Here is how it works:
1) Install the plugin.
2) Customize the categories you want in your marketplace.
3) Contact Chad at Panjo: chad@panjo.com to activate your marketplace.
4) When a seller goes to a new or old subforum dedicated to buying/selling/trading, and clicks on the "post new thread" button, the mod will load a listing creation form.
5) The seller will create a listing. The listing will appear in the marketplace. A synchronized copy of the listing will appear in the appropriate buy/sell/trade subforum.

Is this plugin free?
Yes, this plugin is free.

Can you make money with this plugin?
Yes, you can optionally use this plugin to generate marketplace transaction revenue.

How is it with mobile?
The marketplace loads with layouts that are optimized for high res desktop, tablet, and mobile.

Examples:
Porsche Marketplace <syncs with> Porsche classifieds subforum
BMW Marketplace <syncs with> BMW classifieds subforums
Audi Marketplace <syncs with> Audi classifieds subforums
Belly dancing marketplace <syncs with> Belly dancing classifieds subforums

Gallery:
The marketplace home page

A listing detail page

The listing creation form for a seller


Do you have questions about Panjo? Contact the team at Panjo:
chad@panjo.com
1-424-272-0291

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Old 07 Aug 2013, 17:20
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didn't Enthusify changed the name to panjo???

link to post > http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=285285
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Old 07 Aug 2013, 17:27
Morrus Morrus is offline
 
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Apparently so. And somehow got the old 4.x thread deleted, and this new one started. Weird.
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Old 07 Aug 2013, 17:40
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Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
Apparently so. And somehow got the old 4.x thread deleted, and this new one started. Weird.

na its here http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=285283
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Old 13 Aug 2013, 13:48
lazytown lazytown is offline
 
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What are the terms of revenue share? Are forums at the mercy of your servers being fast/reliable and up for years to come? How is the content presented to the browser -- as an iframe (bad for seo) or some other method?
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Old 13 Aug 2013, 17:27
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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Originally Posted by vissa View Post
What are the terms of revenue share? Are forums at the mercy of your servers being fast/reliable and up for years to come? How is the content presented to the browser -- as an iframe (bad for seo) or some other method?
Thanks for these great questions.

At present, the plugin supports a 'final value fee.' If you had a final value fee of 1% and a seller sold an item for $100, you would get $1. You can customize the final value fee on a usergroup by usergroup-basis. Support for optional listing fees and promotional fees is coming soon.

When a seller creates a listing using this vBulletin marketplace plugin, the plugin creates a thread post with the information. This has the following impacts:
1) Listings show up in today's posts
2) Search engines index the thread post
3) You have a local copy of the listing
4) The thread post is synchronized with the plugin. When the item sells, the listing updates to 'sold' status.
5) If you ever want to discontinue use of the plugin, you can do so while retaining the legacy content.
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Old 13 Aug 2013, 19:20
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Screen shots?
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Old 14 Aug 2013, 19:20
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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Originally Posted by lapiervb View Post
Screen shots?
You can find Panjo screen shots here:
http://panjo.com/Partners > click the 'Galley' tab

You can also find some videos of the vBulletin marketplace plugin in action on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeP3x69BcR0
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Old 15 Aug 2013, 02:08
hsoen hsoen is offline
 
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Which currency can this plugin support?

How much does Panjo charge the seller for each transaction?

How much can the forum gain for each transaction?

Are this classified database and images (uploaded by members) hosted by Panjo's server?

How heavy is this plugin adding to the server load?

How trustable is Panjo in handling the money paid by buyers and give to sellers? What if Panjo takes the money and run away, will the forum has to be responsible for such incident?
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Old 15 Aug 2013, 04:59
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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Originally Posted by hsoen View Post
Which currency can this plugin support?
How much does Panjo charge the seller for each transaction?
How much can the forum gain for each transaction?
Are this classified database and images (uploaded by members) hosted by Panjo's server?
How heavy is this plugin adding to the server load?
How trustable is Panjo in handling the money paid by buyers and give to sellers? What if Panjo takes the money and run away, will the forum has to be responsible for such incident?
Which currency can this plugin support?

> As of today, just US dollars. ($) Support for more currencies is coming soon.

How much does Panjo charge the seller for each transaction?

> If a seller optionally chooses to use Panjo to collect, verify, and transfer the buyer's payment, Panjo charges a flat 3%.

How much can the forum gain for each transaction?

> The forum can set its own final value fee for each transaction on top of the flat 3%. That rate is up to the forum. The forum can charge different rates to different user groups.

Are this classified database and images (uploaded by members) hosted by Panjo's server?

> Panjo posts a thread for each listing into your forum so you have a local copy of the content.

How heavy is this plugin adding to the server load?

> Due to the cloud hosted nature of the transactional aspects of the plugin, there is effectively no server load burden.

How trustable is Panjo in handling the money paid by buyers and give to sellers? What if Panjo takes the money and run away, will the forum has to be responsible for such incident?

> Panjo is venture backed, a PCI compliant payment processor, and insured. Feel free to email chad@panjo.com if you need proof or documentation for any of the aforementioned items.
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Old 03 Oct 2013, 00:44
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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We are very excited to introduce Panjo 4.2.2. The latest version of Panjo offers a self service setup dashboard. It also provides admins with more self service tools and reporting.
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Old 03 Oct 2013, 00:56
Morrus Morrus is offline
 
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You still haven't answered the Enthusify question, above. For an entity that wants to enter into a financial relationship with forum owners, transparency in this regard is vital to earn the trust needed to do so. Are you the same company? Have you changed your name; if so why, and why does your post not make that clear? If not, is this a copy of the Enthusify software, and how are you able to replicate it?

You're asking for royalty based financial arrangement. Secrecy cannot be a part of that. It worries me that you evaded questions as basic as your identity.
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Old 03 Oct 2013, 03:28
lapiervb lapiervb is offline
 
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How about some screenshots as is common when posting a mod.......
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Old 04 Oct 2013, 00:02
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
You still haven't answered the Enthusify question, above. For an entity that wants to enter into a financial relationship with forum owners, transparency in this regard is vital to earn the trust needed to do so. Are you the same company? Have you changed your name; if so why, and why does your post not make that clear? If not, is this a copy of the Enthusify software, and how are you able to replicate it? You're asking for royalty based financial arrangement. Secrecy cannot be a part of that. It worries me that you evaded questions as basic as your identity.
Morrus - in response to your question, we added a section to the description above referencing the history of the brand. Here it is for your reference, "Panjo was previously known as Enthusify. The old Enthusify plugin download pages at vBulletin.org have lots of outdated information. Panjo ditched the name Enthusify because it was too much of a mouthful and too hard to pronounce."

There is tons of info about us at Panjo.com. You can find the LinkedIn profiles of the team at Panjo.com too. http://panjo.com/Contact You can call us by phone or skype with us via video chat. We are highly transparent. Thanks for your interest in our work.
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Old 04 Oct 2013, 00:36
Panjo Panjo is offline
 
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Originally Posted by lapiervb View Post
How about some screenshots as is common when posting a mod.......
Via the links above, you can visit lots of live examples of Panjo. You can visit a gallery of screenshots here: http://panjo.com/Partners (click the gallery tab)
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