Payhip: Sell Digital Products Effortlessly and Boost Your Online Business


What is Payhip?

Key Features of Payhip


Product Hosting

Payment Processing

Marketing Tools

Customizable Storefront

Affiliate Program

How to Get Started with Payhip


Signing Up

Creating Your Storefront

Adding Products

Managing Sales and Customers


Order Management

Customer Management

Invoicing and Taxes

Integrations and API


Email Marketing Integrations

Webhooks and API

Pricing and Plans

Pros and Cons of Payhip

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Customizable storefront
  • Secure product hosting and delivery
  • Variety of marketing tools
  • Affiliate program
  • Integrations with popular email marketing platforms
  • Competitive pricing plans
  • Limited customization options compared to some other e-commerce platforms
  • No built-in blog functionality
  • Some users may find the transaction fees on lower-tier plans too high

Payhip Alternatives

  1. Gumroad: A popular alternative to Payhip, offering similar features and targeting creators, with a focus on simplicity and ease of use.
  2. Sellfy: A comprehensive e-commerce platform with a robust set of features, including print-on-demand and physical product fulfillment.
  3. Podia: A platform designed specifically for creators, offering digital product sales, memberships, and online course hosting.