How to Create a Stripe Payment Link for Your Website

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Are you looking for an easy and secure way to accept payments on your website? If so, Stripe may be the answer. Stripe is one of the most popular payment processors in the world, and it’s fast, reliable, and secure. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to create a Stripe payment link that you can add to your website.

Stripe is ideal for coaches and other service providers who don’t need to worry about delivering a physical or downloadable product when they accept payment for their services – and as an added bonus, it’s easier to set up than most online store features.

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Creating Your Stripe Account


If you don’t already have a Stripe account, you’ll need to create one at Stripe.com. It’s simple and straightforward; all you have to do is enter some basic information about yourself and your business. Once you’ve created your account, you can start accepting payments right away with no additional setup required

How to Create a Stripe Payment Link for Your Website


Once your account is set up, it’s time to create your payment link. Log into your dashboard and select “Payment Links” from the main menu. (You may have to select “More” first to see it).

How to Create a Stripe Payment Link for Your Website

You will then be taken to a page where you can create the payment link based on products that you have already set up in your account. Don’t worry! If you haven’t set up any products yet, you can add one from the payment link creation window.

Enter all the necessary information including the amount of money you want to collect, what type of currency you want to use (USD or Euro), and whether or not taxes are included in the amount being collected. You can also select the option to make this a recurring payment here.

How to Create a Stripe Payment Link for Your Website

Once this information has been entered, click “Add Product”, complete the information in the payment link window and your payment link will be generated automatically.

*Note: the option to provide promotion codes on your payment link needs to be selected under “Advanced options” if you plan to use them.

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Adding The Payment Link To Your Website


Once your payment link has been generated, it’s time to add it to your website so customers can make payments easily with just one click. To do this, copy the link from the Stripe Payments page and add it to any button on your website. When someone clicks it, it’ll open a professional-looking Stripe payments checkout page. Now anyone who visits your website will see an easily-accessible button that they can click on in order to make their payments quickly and securely using Stripe!

Best of luck! Xx, Kara


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I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!

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