Add a product to sell

Learn how to add a product that you want to sell on Wajooba.

Products are goods that you can sell to your members or visitors of your public website. It serves as an additional revenue for your business. It’s a sideline that you can do aside from hosting classes, events, and managing courses.

Here’s how you can add a product you want to sell.

Step 1: Add a product

Let’s start adding a product you want to sell using your account. 

  1. From your Wajooba account, go to Products.

    💡 If you can’t see the Products menu, make sure it’s enabled. Go to  Settings ⚙️, then select Module Settings.

  2. To add a product, select the plus ➕ icon from the upper right corner of the page.

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Step 2: Add basic info

Let’s add the basic information about the product that you’re selling.

  1. In the Product Name field, enter the product you’ll be selling. For example, “Yoga Mattress” or “2023 Planner.”
  2. To add a photo of what the product looks like, select Upload Image.

    💡 Make sure that your cover is clear and not distorted. Use horizontal images instead of vertical ones. We recommend an image with 16:9 ratio and a resolution of 740 x 340 pixels.

  3. In the Short Description textbox, add more details about the product. It’s important to give your customers an idea about the product such as the dimensions of the product, storing guidelines, and so on.
  4. Once you’re done, select Next.

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Step 3: Add pricing

Add one or more pricing to sell this product. For example, you can sell it for retail price or per piece, or you can sell it wholesale or in bulk orders. 

To add a pricing, follow these steps.

  1. In the Name field, enter the name of the pricing option.
  2. In the Amount field, enter how much you’re selling the product for.
  3. Select the currency based on your audience or target customer.

    💡 If you’re using a different currency, you can update it or set up multi-currency from your Payment Settings.

  4. In the Supplier dropdown, select the vendor who supplies you with your products.

    💡 To add a new supplier, select Add Supplier next to the dropdown. Enter the name of the supplier, then select Submit.

  5. (Optional) To charge taxes to your customers, select the Is Taxable checkbox.

    💡 If you need to update your sales tax, you can update it from your Payment Settings.

  6. (Optional) To make the pricing available on your website, select the Publish on Website checkbox.
  7. Select Next.

💡 To add or remove a pricing option, select the plus ➕ or trash 🗑️ icon near the Amount field.

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Step 4: Customize sales page

Your sales page will be published on the public website. This serves as the landing page for your customers looking to buy and see more information about the product. Let’s make sure to provide all the things they need or may want to know about the product.

  1. Choose a sales template, then select Next.

    💡 If you don’t intend to have a sales page online, you can skip this step. You can always go back and edit your course sales page if you need to.

  2. Edit the design and layout of your page. Use the available tools to customize it based on how you want to present the product to your customers.
  3. Edit the contents of the page to add more details about you or the product.

    💡 We know that editing the sales page may take too much of your time. We created a separate guide to help you design your landing page. Make sure to check it out!

  4. (Optional) If you want to save this edit as a template for future use, select the Save as Template 💾 icon above the page editor. 
  5. Select Next.

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Step 5: Submit and publish

  1. Review and proofread the contents and design of your sales page.
  2. Once you’re ready, select Submit.

    💡 To see how your page looks before you publish, go to the product you created, then go to the  Preview tab.

  3. When you’re ready, toggle the Publish button next to the course name.

🎉 Voila! Congratulations on making the first step towards building your training brand!

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Created by: Paul Romuel Danila
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