Sell Online Quickly with Square Online Checkout Links

by Jeremiah Svaren | Last Updated: May 24, 2021

Not ready to commit to a whole E-Commerce store?

Try Square Online Checkout links. This feature is underrated but holds value! You can create a link for any product in your Square inventory. This is great for selling on Instagram, Facebook, or via Email. You could even use these links on your existing website if you only have a handful of products.

All you need are a product name and a price, then create a link and share it with your audience. They can pay using Google pay, Apple pay, or just a credit/debit card. Try Square Online Checkout for FREE, you’ll only pay a small transaction fee when someone makes a purchase.

Great for testing out e-commerce

If you are new to the world of online selling but have a following on Facebook or Instagram, this can be a great way to make your first sales. Even set up shipping information and charge tax if needed. While this option is not great if you want to sell many products in a single order, this is still a great place to get started.

Collect donations easily

Get your donations virtually using Square Online Checkout links. Set up one-time or recurring donations so that supporters can quickly and easily donate to your cause. Remember, you can put these links in your monthly email blast to help drum up support.

Even setup subscriptions

Get the recurring revenue that everyone is talking about! Weekly, monthly, quarterly, and even yearly options! This is a great option for service-based businesses or monthly coffee, tea, or trinket boxes.

How easy is setup?

Just enter the name and price. Then choose a text link, button, or QR code generator. Even customize your button to match your branding, including the text of the button. Then just copy the link and paste wherever your audience is! From Facebook, Instagram, email, or even text messages!

Learn more about Square Online Checkout here

Jeremiah Svaren wears just about all the hats at Svaren Web Studio. He started getting into web design and development back in 2013. First starting to learn on his own with books and tutorials, then in 2014 he attended The Tech Academy in Portland, Oregon. He learned all about software engineering and decided to start freelancing. Now when he isn't helping clients, he makes helpful content here and on his YouTube channel Svaren.