How to Sell Digital Products with Weebly

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So we received a few questions about how to setup an e-commerce platform to sell and deliver digital goods (basically non-physical or electronic products, such as e-books, or template designs like DivTag!), so we decided to put together this tutorial video for you.

If you’re interested in selling digital goods online, this is the video for you. If you’re not, you can watch it just to learn something new – completely up to you!

In this video, I’ll show you which tool we use, walk you through a live demonstration of how we set up one of our product, integrating it with a shopping cart (such as PayPal), and customizing our own “Buy Now” button.

We use a service called e-Junkie to deliver our templates (electronic goods) to our end customers (Weebly users) and it is really a seamless process.

How it basically works is that someone purchases, the purchaser receives an email with a download link, and downloads the product. I’ll show you how to make that happen in this video.

The beauty is that the seller does not have to be in front of the computer to handle transactions! The seller could be working on other things, at the grocery store, or even on vacation! So it’s really a hands off way of automating your e-commerce, and freeing up time for yourself.

Click here to see e-Junkie directly

If you’re using another digital delivery platform, we’d love to hear from you about your experiences! Hope you will learn something new from this video.

Next Weebly Tutorial Lesson:

Have you ever seen certain font styles that’s not provided by Weebly, and wondered how you could use it for your website? Weebly only provides a limited list of font styles that you could choose from – which could be limiting. Next week, I’m going to show you how to import external font families into your Weebly website. See you then!


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7 Responses

  1. Sandra says:

    This is an excellent topic. However, I didn’t quite understand where the code for your own button came from. Is it a standard Weebly button or one of your templates? Thanks for all your videos!

    • Hi Sandra – The add to cart code will be from e-Junkie as it is connected to their shopping cart. The other component is to upload your own button image into Weebly, and retrieve the URL of the button image as I’ve demonstrated in the video. Then you will feed this button image URL into the e-Junkie code to replace their default image URL. This way, the e-Junkie purchase code will show your own custom image, instead of their default image.

  2. douglas says:

    can this be done with a free weebly account or do you have to upgrade? I just want to know if I have to pay weebly and E junkie as well. Thanks for the help.

    • divtag says:

      Hey Douglas,

      You can use this method with the free version of Weebly. You only need to have access to the “embed” code element and you’re good to use e-Junkie!

  3. mohdzahran says:

    Thanks. This tutorial very useful to me! Very clearly explained. Thanks again.

  4. Richard Ingram says:

    I am thoroughly confused here. I am a photographer and thinking of using weebly to promote and sell digital images. I am cautious about this because of the potential of hidden expenses or costs I can’t afford. Exact set up has me confused was well.