You can bundle digital and physical products, set download limits as needed. And automatically send customers a direct download link to their files after purchase. Screenshot showing the Shopify dashboard While there are some benefits to choosing a platform built for digital products (like Podia), the Shopify app should be more than enough to get you started. SELLING ONLINE COURSES For selling online courses, unfortunately, Shopify doesn't provide a great experience. Shopify has no native app to courses, forcing you to piece together store.
multiple third-party plugins for things like email automation and digital downloads to achieve the same result as an integrated solution. Even if you put together something that works, the learning experience for customers isn't great. and PDF Telemarketing list files add the burden of understanding where to begin for your customers. It makes it harder for your customers to get results from the course material — and without results, the material doesn't do much good. Using a dedicated online course platform makes it easy to create, sell, and manage your course in one place.
Your customers will see better results from your course content. And the best part? You don't even need to change your upsell flows. Screenshot showing a man on a laptop screen and a mobile phone Obviously, I’m biased and recommend Podia to host online courses, but you should also do your research and check out some of our competitors to find the best platform for you. SELLING MEMBERSHIPS Once again, Shopify isn't a great option to sell memberships, since they don't provide an app to integrate a membership function in your store.