I want to tell you more about our integrations and ways that you can optimise your checkouts and workflows. Today I will focus on three integrations that stand out and could hugely impact the productivity of your business.
We've made a tutorial that'll show Teachable users how to create a custom checkout page to sell Teachable products with CheckoutJoy. This means you can sell your Teachable courses using any of our supported payment processors, so you can grow your audience and make more money.
Our new checkout widget is a drop-in checkout form that can be added to any page or platform with a simple copy-paste code snippet, enabling you to sell anything and take payment directly from any page on the web!
Picture this: You’re an excited entrepreneur. You log in to do some work in the morning and the first thing you check is the sales. Oh no, what’s that? Abandoned carts. Sales that didn’t make it all the way to the end. But, why aren’t these lovely people completing their sales? Is it your product? Did they change their mind because they found something better halfway through checkout?
I recently started integrating crypto payments into our checkout pages to see how crypto payments play out at checkout. Rather than using a payment gateway like Coinbase, I wanted to use Web3 wallets directly to allow quick and easy setup - you don’t need an account with some provider, you just need a MATIC wallet!
BNPL is a payment option that enables shoppers to purchase something and split the payments over a period of time. Think of it as quick and easy, interest-free financing for the buyer. The number of payments and payback period depends on the buyer and who provides the BNPL agreement, as they offer different ways of going about it.
Time to start selling on Thinkific using PayFast! This guide takes you through setting up the CheckoutJoy App for Thinkific which enables you to sell your Thinkific courses using PayFast. You can even sell your courses in Rands!
This post gives an overview of CheckoutJoy's hosted checkout pages for Kajabi - which allows you to sell your Kajabi offers on an optimized checkout page with advanced features like automatic sales tax calculations, multiple currencies and additional payment types.
We've added integration to Razorpay
- one of the leading payment gateways in India that offers over 100+ payment methods to their customers, including Credit and Debit Cards (Visa, Mastercard, Rupay, AMEX, Diners), Net Banking from top 50+ banks, UPI (Web Collect & UPI Intent), Online Wallets, EMIs (Credit/Debit Cards & Cardless) and PayLater and NEFT/RTGS payments.
Today we released the Adyen integration for Kajabi
, which allows businesses with Adyen merchant accounts to accept payments on Kajabi using their Adyen payment options, including Klarna, iDEAL and GiroPay.
According to Kajabi's support page
, the way to connect third-party payment gateways to Kajabi is by using the automation platform Zapier. You can do this by linking up Zapier apps that execute certain Kajabi actions when a payment is received by your payment gateway. For example, if a customer pays for an offer by credit card using an Adyen payment link, that customer must be added to your site as a Kajabi member and the app must grant the customer access to the offer. Most commonly these Zapier apps connect to the gateways through other e-commerce platforms like Shopify and Magento, that in turn integrates with the payment gateway to handle the payment events.
We recently launched our integration to Instamojo
- one of the leading payment gateways in India. Through this integration, any company in India will be able to accept credit and debit card payments directly from their Kajabi checkout pages.