You’ve spent months working on a course that you want to sell. After all your hard work, it’s time to start making money from it!
In this article we will show you how easy it is to get started selling courses with ConvertKit and WordPress.
We’ll cover the basics of what you need in order to take payments, upload your course, and design the course structure so that everything looks professional for your customers. Let’s dive right in!
Table of Contents
- Taking Payments to Sell Courses on ConvertKit
- Creating Your Courses
- Your Turn to Start Selling Courses on ConvertKit
Taking Payments to Sell Courses on ConvertKit
Using ConvertKit Commerce
If you already have ConvertKit (affiliate link), you’ll want to consider the ConvertKit Commerce route, which is powered by Stripe under the hood.
This means that Stripe will process your credit card payments for you, and each time someone purchases a course on ConvertKit Commerce there is a small transaction fee (less than $0.30) paid on top of a set percentage.
Stripe has an excellent reputation in the industry for security and stability as well as customer service; it’s also very easy to use!
If you’re already using ConvertKit, this could be a great option for taking payments from your online courses because it doesn’t require any additional information about who bought what or how much they owe.
The great thing about ConvertKit Commerce is that it’