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Selling digital products - the SuperCheckout (4)

The "Edit" link on the product tile takes us back to the settings, where we can make changes at any time. However, we can also delete the product again via the trash can icon if we no longer wish to market it. However, the "Links" button is important for the further procedure:

The "Sales Page" link leads directly to the sales page you created in Cheetah. You can distribute this link (possibly shortened with a URL shortener like "bitly") directly (e.g. in emails or on social networks). The second link leads to the "thank you page", to which the buyer is automatically directed once the purchase process is completed. In our case, there must be a button there that the customer can use to download the eBook. And the third link is particularly important. It leads to the SuperCheckout itself. You need to assign this link to a "Buy Product" button on the "Sales Page", otherwise it won't work. As soon as the customer clicks on it, the purchase process is triggered here according to our settings, during which the customer sees the following three pages one after the other and in which he may have to make entries:

And that's it. Now you can test all the processes in detail, because - since you are in test mode - payments are simulated, but not actually initiated. And if everything is OK, then exit the sandbox mode and look forward to the first sales...

Connect SuperCheckout to a member area

Of course, you can also monetize digital content via a members' area. This is something like a paid membership, which can be purchased either by a one-time payment or a monthly or annual contribution, and which then gives the member access to exclusive content. How the interaction between member area and super checkout works will be the topic of this section.

The starting point is again a normal website, which contains a homepage and usually a few more pages. On the homepage we will place the buy button as well as the login for the member area that is yet to be created.

Furthermore, we need a "homepage" for the members' area (which, of course, can consist of a larger number of web pages, just like the website itself), which the new member can access as soon as he logs in regularly. As an example we use the website of a "City Photo Club", where you can become a member for a fee.

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