With Podia’s embedding features, you can turn any website, blog post or landing page into a sales page for your digital products. Your visitors will be able to purchase your products without ever leaving your site.

There are three ways you can sell your online courses, memberships and downloads on external pages:

Buy Buttons

Simple, customizable buttons that trigger a checkout form when clicked.

Product Cards

Embedded product listing for your course, membership or download. They contain an image, product title and description along with a buy button. You can embed them into a blog post, sales page, or anywhere else.

Text Links

Embed your checkout trigger directly into a text hyperlink.

How to create an embedded checkout experience

To get started, head over to the “Promote” tab inside your product setup.

You’ll see a section called “Embed”:

In the “Format” menu, choose the type of embeddable experience you’d like to create (link, button or card).

You can edit the text of the button, and apply a coupon if you’d like.

Next, click “Copy” to copy the code snippet, and paste it into the code of any page you’d like to embed your checkout on. 

Note: for links, you can change the text of the link by editing this part of the code snippet:

Buttons and cards will match the color of your Podia storefront, and they’ll automatically reflect any changes you make to your product title, description, image or price in the future.

And that’s it!

Now, your visitors will be able to purchase your Podia products without ever leaving the page 😃

Pro tip: If you use the shortcode $price in the button text, your embedded button will display the price of the product (including any coupon you’ve added).

Check out an example:

Once your customer checks out on your page, they'll be immediately redirected to their product so they can access immediately 😃 

Have any questions about embedding Podia’s checkout experience on your site or blog? Shoot us an email or reach out via live chat, we’re happy to help 👍

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