Do you want to create a sales page on your existing WordPress blog but don’t have much experience?

Don’t worry. You’re not alone. There are many people like you.

But earlier, the only option for someone who doesn’t have coding skills to design a sales page on their own would have been to hire a designer.

But today, with many landing page plugins in the market, creating a sales page within WordPress is an easy job.

In this step by step guide, we will be using our favorite Divi builder to create an attractive sales page for your WordPress site. If you follow our tutorial till the end, you will be able to create a good looking landing on your own.

What is Divi Builder? 

Divi Builder is a page builder plugin from Elegant themes. The Divi Builder comes with hundreds of page layouts stored in the library or you can download them from the Elegant themes download area. There are dozens of Sales page layouts too which can start to use just now just by swapping the text. It’s that easy to create sales pages using Divi Builder.

Let’s Begin the tutorial 


Step 1: Install And Activate  Divi Builder Plugin 

Before you install Divi Builder, you must be a member of Elegant themes. It only costs 89 USD per year for its membership by which you get access to all themes and plugins.
Next step is to install and activate the plugin within your WordPress simply by uploading the plugin and activating its license.

Step 2: Select Your Template

Now that you have your plugin installed, you need to create a page. Once you create a page and name it, you’re now ready to import from Divi library. There are many sales page layouts within the library itself.
You need to click on the plus symbol button and select the premade layouts from the library.
Divi theme also has a strong support from the Elegant themes and they regularly publish beautiful templates. You can also download and import them in your library, which you can also use.
This tutorial will teach you how to do that

Step 3: Customize Your Layout

After you’ve uploaded the layout in the website, you can easily customize as per your choice. You can easily do that using the visual layout.
It’s important to mention that you are not obliged to use all sections. You can simply delete any module that you don’t need for example if you don’t have any testimonials there’s no point having a fake testimonial section. Similarly, you can also add any module that you will need.
For example, if you think your page should have a frequently asked question section, make one. In summary, the layouts are just there to help you speed up the process and act as a guide.
Another thing is that you can easily switch to any other Divi layout at any point of time.

Step Four: Link your Payment Method

If it’s a sales page, then payment processor link up is a must. You have to link your page with the payment processor in this step. Depending on what you’re selling, there are many payment processor options.
For this tutorial let us use PayPal as the payment processor.
Once you have completed your sales page, the next step to consider is adding a link to your payment processor. There are 3 simple ways you can achieve this depending on what it is you are selling:
Method 1 –Selling Digital product
If you’re selling a digital product like an ebook or a video course, you will need a payment processor that will allow the user to pay and also deliver the product to your customer. There are few options like Paypal, Gumoroad, SendOwl, and stripe.
Method 2 – Selling online course
if you’re selling an online course or any form of content that you can drip feed over time and needs locking out from general public you can use membership plugin like MemberMouse for the purpose. You can also third party platforms like Udemy and Teachable. They will give you specific URL for your payment page which you can put it here.
Method 3 – Selling physical products
If you decide to sell physical products such as books/CDs or merchandise etc. then you might consider using the Woocommerce plugin to create the page. The user will be able to pay and checkout on the website.  You may also use a third party eCommerce platforms to sell and use that URL on the page.
Step 5 – Publish 
Now, you’re done! All you need to do is save changes and publish it to the WordPress editor.