Though having a full website is nice, you don't need one to sell goods and services when you can use a simple landing page instead. Even if you do have a website, a landing page is a really nimble way to sell things with customized content for a specific audience. Our Shoppable Landing Page lets you customize your branding, choose the items you want to sell, customize the page's URL and share it in an email, on social media, or in a social ad, and then track how the landing page is performing.
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Hey! I'm Nick and I am the Social Media & Content Manager for the Community and Social Care team here at Constant Contact, aka @CTCTHelp on Twitter. When I'm not at work you can find me kayaking, hiking, and reading.
Hi Nick,I'm researching a method to allow people to join our association through Constant Contact.
Would it be best to create a Shoppable Landing page to send to potential members, or annual renewals?
Or, I was thinking of setting up a never-ending "Event" where they would Register for a year-long membership via Paypal or have the option to send a check.
Or, is there another method I should explore? Thoughts?
Lori Maher LMaher129@gmail.com
Thanks for the prompt response @Frankie_P!! But then we get charged the fee per transaction, right? I'll have to look into and talk to our budget people to make sure it's worth it.
Good point about the expiration and re-creating the page each year. That makes sense.
You are correct, there is a 3% transaction fee with the Shoppable Landing Pages. However there is also a fee if you were to use our Event Campaigns as well. Event Campaigns allow you to collect fees by credit card through WePay, or even through PayPal itself. Both PayPal and WePay charge 2.9% and a $0.30 for each transaction.
I am loving this new shoppable landing page.. but I am having a problem with adding products from my store. It doesn't load my products.
Any idea of what I am doing wrong?
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