You can easily sell your e-book, online courses, field guides, or the songs to your latest album for your audience to download.

Once built, you can share a link and people can begin to register and pay for your digital downloads. Their confirmation page & email will contain their access link to get into the Digital Content Page and access the downloads. 

 

Building Your Registration Page 

Start by creating a new page:

 

Select your Event Type as "Digital" and fill out the other needed info to continue: 

Follow the steps to customize the specifics for your event, add your logo, and choose your theme. You can use the builder to set up all your specific options and collect data from your registrants. 

Don't worry, all of this can be updated later. If this is your first page, check out more tips & tricks for creating the registration page for your event here.

 

Add Your Digital Downloads Content: 

When your registration page is ready, now we can start crafting our Digital Content Page & its downloads, by clicking on the Digital Access tab. The Digital Access tab holds all the content that will display when the registrant logs into the Digital Content Page:

You can allow your registrants to immediately access the content or set a date for when that page will allow the content to be unlocked. 

Adding Digital Content:

You can choose to add links in the downloads section for your audience to download PDFs, e-pub files, audio files and more. You can also share a live stream link or a pre-recorded link to videos in the other sections of the Digital Access tab. 

Save and Publish your Page.

Registration Experience

Your registrants will register and pay for the online event. When they complete their order, they will see the option to access the content. 

Clicking this button will give them access to the links, content and/or downloads you've provided. 

They will also be given an access code should they want to access the content from the live page (instead of the confirmation page or email).

To use this option, the Registrant can select Already Registered? on the page and enter their access code. 

 

 

 

 

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