How to Sell a Single Product or Service

There are two ways of selling products and services by the piece: Using the shopping cart and by taking customers directly to the payment system's website. Such products or services can be digital guides, books, and brochures, online private sessions, etc.
Displaying a single product on the page
To add the product to the page, you can use such blocks as ST200, ST205, ST210, ST215, and ST405 from the "Store" category.
You can add all the related product information manually in the Content tab of the block or by connecting it to the Product Catalog.

To connect a single product block with the Catalog, go to the Catalog → Сlick on the required product to open its settings tab → Сopy the Product ID → Paste it to the Content tab of the block → Save the changes.
The product price, SKU, quantity in stock, as well as product variants are synchronized automatically. All the other product information has to be added manually.
The blocks from the "Store" category support a shopping cart widget and direct payment feature by default. However, other blocks—such as blocks from the "Tile and Link" or "Pricing Plans" categories—can be used to sell goods as well.

To do this, specify the link that looks like:

#order:Online private session =25

where "Online private session" is the product title and "25" is the price.
This link allows adding the product to the shopping cart or transfering the customer to the direct payment gateway. The blocks that support adding the link are ST100 or ST105.
To display the product thumbnail in the shopping cart, paste the link that looks like:

#order:Online consulting session =25:::image=URL

where the URL is the image URL address. You can use URLs of images uploaded to Tilda.
Selling a single product or service using the shopping cart
Open the Block Library and add an ST100 block ("Shopping cart with an order form") from the "Store" category to the page. Open the Settings panel of the block and make sure that the "Open cart after product pick" checkbox is checked—this way, a pop-up with an order form will appear when the customer clicks on the "Buy" button.
Add a block with a product card from the "Store" category to the page. In the Content tab of the shopping cart, add the required fields to contact the client, such as name, email, and phone number.
Connect any preferable payment system to your website in the Site Settings → Payment Systems (see the detailed guide to connecting third-party payment systems).
Done. From now on, your website visitors can purchase your product using the shopping cart.
Selling a single product or service with direct payment

Open the Block Library and add an ST105 block ("Payment system: Direct purchase without a shopping cart") from the "Store" category to the page. Connect any preferable payment system to your website in the Site Settings → Payment Systems (see the detailed guide).
For now, only Stripe, PayPal, and 2Checkout can be integrated into your website using this method.
Selling digital products
Unfortunately, for now, there is no way to sell digital products directly with Tilda. To do this, you can use third-party services.

Here is a list of services for selling digital products:

Newsletter services can be used for these purposes as well. For example, you can add a link to your digital product (file) in the email that will be sent to your client's email.

How to assign a unique address to your website

You can connect Stripe, PayPal, 2Checkout, and other payment systems to your Tilda website to receive online payments.

Learn how to set up Stripe on Tilda so your customers can pay you online via Stripe.

Learn how to receive online payments using PayPay on the Tilda website

Learn how you can set it up on Tilda so your customers can pay you online via 2Checkout.

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