The AWeber Landing Page Builder now includes AWeber Ecommerce — a drag and drop element that connects to Stripe and allows users to accept money for digital products, services, and events.
AWeber, a leading provider of digital marketing solutions for small businesses, today announced an expansion of its Landing Page Builder to offer Ecommerce functionality through the payment processor Stripe. AWeber Ecommerce allows users to accept money for digital products, services, or events directly on their landing pages.
Built for content creators, small businesses and entrepreneurs who want to go from idea to sale in minutes, AWeber Ecommerce makes it easy to build no-code landing pages and collect payments from one, simple tool.
“More and more businesses and entrepreneurs are looking for ways to generate revenue quickly — and they’re rushing online,” said Tom Kulzer, CEO of AWeber. “Our mission is to help those passionate about an idea share it with the world easily, efficiently, and cost-effectively. I’m excited by the possibilities this brings for those looking to make their first dollar online.”
According to Statista figures, approximately 88% of the U.S. adult population — about 227.5 million people — shopped online in 2020. This number is expected to climb even more in the coming years, projected to reach 230.5 million in 2021 and 278.3 million in 2024.
“So many ideas are dead before they even start. For many aspiring entrepreneurs, lack of time, limited budget, and minimal technical experience can get in the way of bringing their ideas to life,” Kulzer said. “This new tool combats those obstacles. Whether you’re looking to sell your services or monetize your expertise in a digital download, AWeber Ecommerce lets you bring your ideas to market, test new ideas, and save costs.”
The Ecommerce tool is powered through a direct integration with Stripe, a leader in the payment processing industry. Users need a Stripe account to sell through the Ecommerce function, which allows them to focus on their business and less on transaction processing. Stripe will handle charging credit cards, chargebacks, and refunds, and AWeber generates built-in reports for users to easily view revenue generated.
Learn more about selling products online with AWeber Ecommerce.