Think of Payment Pages as the main entry point to your course. You can create as many Payment Pages as you like and Payment Pages can be set to Free, Paid, or Recurring Payment.
You'll need to connect a (free) Stripe account to quickly and easily sell your online courses. Your students/customers will never know Stripe exists, Stripe is simply an industry-leading payment processor.
Once you create a Payment Page (more step-by-step info below) simply grab the URL from the Actions menu and share it with your potential customers!
💳 What currencies do our Payment Pages support?
We support multiple currency options that you can choose when creating a new payment page OR when editing any existing payment page.
The currency options we currently offer are:
$ - US dollars
€ - Euros
MXN - Mexican Peso
£ - Pound sterling
₹ - Indian Rupee
AU$ - Australian dollar
NZ$ - New Zealand dollar
C$ - Canadian dollar
DKK - Danish krone
SEK - Swedish Krona
NOTE: Once you create a payment page you cannot change the currency. If you need to change the currency you'll need to create a new payment page from scratch.
🧰 What features are included in our Payment Pages?
Ability to sell fixed price ($20) or recurring pricing ($20/mo OR $200/yr)
Customizable text areas
Logo image area
Registration countdown timer (which will expire the payment page automatically once the time runs out)
Optional shipping fields
Optional additional input field
Optional terms and privacy checkbox
Adding your own custom CSS
Conversion tracking code area (for things like Facebook Ads)
Email notifications every time you make a course sale
⚙️ How to set up a FIXED price Payment Page
The video below will walk you through creating a fixed price (ex: $10) Payment Page and all the features we offer within it.
Use the chapter marker dots on the video to jump to different sections!
⏩ How to set up a RECURRING price (monthly or annual) Payment Page
The video below will walk you through creating a recurring price (ex: $10/month or $120/year) Payment Page.
💡 We have an additional help doc for Recurring Payment Pages that talks more about using them for Membership Sites.
📬 We help you recover failed payments from your customers with our Recurring Payment Failed Email
Once you create your first RECURRING Payment Page, a new email you can customize will be available in the Course Emails section of the course editor in the left sidebar.
You can read more about this feature in our Recurring Payment Pages help doc.
🙅 How to EXPIRE a Payment Page so no one can purchase your course (and how to un-expire it!)
Related help doc: Expire or Redirect Payment Pages
Our built-in registration countdown timer gives you the ability to not only create some urgency to purchase your course but once the timer counts down completely, your Payment Page will be set to expire automatically.
🔥 Hot Tip: You can manually expire any Payment Page
If you want to keep a Payment Page but don't want someone to be able to use it to purchase your course, you can manually expire the page by turning on the registration countdown bar and setting it to ANY DATE IN THE PAST.
🎨 How to use the Style Editor to brand and customize your Payment Pages to your liking
Watch the video below to learn how to use our Style Editor to jazz-up your awesome Payment Pages!
📌 Recommendation: Go through your payment page checkout process yourself before inviting customers to purchase
⚠️ When you go to make a real purchase of your payment page, make sure to use an email address that is NOT your Teachery account email address.
We cannot stress this recommendation enough! If you want to see the exact experience your customers will have, purchasing your own course will show you the steps they will go through.
Pro-tip: Use an Incognito Window (Google Chrome) or a Private Window (Safari) to view your payment page URL. This will ensure you aren't logged in to your Teachery account.
Don't forget to refund your purchase! You can do this in your Customer Profile via the Customers page. 👍👍
👉 Related help docs to check out...
You can also duplicate any existing Payment Page by clicking the Duplicate button in the top nav bar while editing your page.
If you want to use PayPal or another payment provider, we recommend using our Zapier integration.