The listing page should help a customer understand your product’s functionality and assist them in making purchasing decisions. Provide content that is easily consumable in a digital context and relates to your product’s target audience.
- Sign in to Red Hat Marketplace through the products page.
- Navigate to the products page by clicking on the Edit option in the Create your product page.
- Verify the information in the company section to ensure that they are accurate.
- Enter a Company Display Name. This is an optional field.
- Enter a Company Website URL.
- Provide a Company Logo.
You have set up the company information section.
|Company Name||This is pre-populated and is your legal company name. If it is incorrect, reach out to the onboarding lead.|
|Company Display Name||Use this field when your company has a different name that is used in the market which is different from the legal name.|
|Company Website URL||Provide a preferred URL for the company|
|Company Logo||Provide a logo representing the company with minimal white spaces. Acceptable file types are |
- Enter the Meta Keywords.
- Select up to three Categories.
- Select a Primary Category.
You have set up the search and navigation section.
|Meta Keywords||Space-separated keywords to help search for the product within Red Hat Marketplace catalog. Use hyphens for multi-word keywords similar to in-memory computing.|
|Categories||Pre-defined product types to classify your product and you can select up to three categories. At least one category is required.|
|Primary Category||This field will help place your product on the main landing page.|
- Enter the Product Title.
- Enter the Software Version. It is an optional field.
- Enter the G2Crowd IUI. It is an optional field.
- Provide a Product Short Description.
- Provide a Product Description.
- Provide a Product Logo.
You have completed setting up the product details.
|Product Title||Product name that shows at the top of the page. Avoid using internal product code names.|
|Software Version||Provide the current version of the product and this can be updated as the product version changes.|
|G2Crowd IUI||The G2Crowd IUI allows for pulling reviews and ratings from the G2 webpage. The onboarding lead for your product can help obtain the G2Crowd IUI from the G2 team.|
|Product Short Description||Short one- or two-line description of the product that includes it’s key value proposition and benefits of the product. Avoid using the product name in the short description as it’s directly displayed below the product name.|
|Product Description||Detailed description of your product offering. It will ignore paragraph breaks, tabs, and bullets. This should be different from the short description.|
|Product Logo||Use your product-specific logo. If you do not have a product-specific logo, please use the company logo.|
The features to be added here should include the distinctive attributes that your product offers. For the listing to be approved, provide no less than three specific features. You can add, delete, or reorder features.
- Enter the Feature Title
- Provide a Feature Description for the feature. This is an optional field.
You have completed setting up the product features.
|Feature Title||The feature title is a required field and it should be concise.|
|Feature Description||The feature description is used to describe the value of the feature to the user. Make the description address the user directly and you can use the term you to address the user.|
You can use this section to educate and market your product to prospective buyers by using videos and images. The media can be a demonstration video of the product or customer case study videos or architectural images. You can provide up to 20 media resources.
- Enter the Title of the media.
- Select the Media Asset type.
- Upload the Media Image or Media Video URL.
- Upload a Media Thumbnail for the media uploaded.
You have completed the media section.
|Title of the media||It is the brief title of the image or video so that customers can easily scan it.|
|Media Asset||The media asset is used to identify whether the particular media is a video or image resource.|
|Media Video URL||It is used to provide a valid URL to the video. The video should show how the product meets the customer’s needs and solves their pain points. Link to videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion are permitted.|
|Media Image||The media image should show your product in use. The supported file types are |
|Media Thumbnail||It is a required field for every media resource, which will appear as the preview for the media asset.|
- Enter the complete URL of the company’s licensing agreement in the License Agreement field.
|Legal Agreement||External URL to license agreement of the company.|
Product URLs are used to guide the customers to implement your Marketplace product. These guides need to be specific to the implementation of the product from Red Hat Marketplace catalog and it needs to be kept current with newer releases of the products.
- Enter the external URL to the product quickstart guide in the Quickstart field.
- Enter the external URL to product configuration documentation Configuration field.
The product URLs are complete.
|Quickstart||This guide should include all the information required to install the operator, verify the successful install of the operator, install the operand, and verify if the sample application is installed successfully.|
|Configuration||This guide should include all the required configuration details for the product listed on Red Hat Marketplace.|
|Troubleshooting||Provide a link to documentation where the customer can find information to resolve common challenges they may run into while working with your product. Although this field is not required, it is highly recommended to include this information.|
|FAQs||If you already have a designated area on your website that addresses Frequently Asked Questions, this is the place to add the URL. Although this field is not required, it is highly recommended. If you want to enter FAQs directly into your product page, you can use the FAQ section in the portal.|
|Readme||This is an optional field to enter the product’s readme information.|
If you do not have an external URL for product documentation, then include any relevant documentation needed to install and configure your Red Hat Marketplace product in the markdown fields for Product readme, and Operator - pre-requisites, install, post-install/next steps.
This information will display as operator install instructions after the user has purchased or signed up for a free trial. Embedded images or videos are not allowed at this time in these markdown fields.
This section is optional and will be displayed when more than three FAQs are created. This will be displayed under the help tab of the product page.
|Question||This field is used to provide a question that is frequently asked by the customer directly on the product page. This is an optional field.|
|Answer||The answer field lets you answer the question you provided in the question field.|
|Answer Link||You can provide an external URL to answer the question in detail.|
This section is used to provide product information through viewable and downloadable assets such as product brochures, product promotions, infographics, case studies, and webinars. At least two resources are needed for the Resources tab to appear on the product page.
|Resource Type||The resource type can be documentation, community resources, or support information.|
|Resource Name||This field is used to display the title of the resource on the product page.|
|Resource Description||This field can be used to provide a short description of the resource.|
|Resource URL||You can provide an external URL to download or view the resource.|