Getting Webflow to accept paypal and customer payments via website

Hey guys, so I’m a personal trainer that’s having my website designed to advertise my services. I want the option to integrate paypal and allow customers to pay for my services via the website as well. What is the best plan to include/integrate these features into my website? The CMS plan for $16/month or the Business for $36/month? Thanks!

:wave: Hi @downeystrengthco !

Paige from MemberSpace, here.

I’m not quite sure which plan would be best for selling your services directly on Webflow. However, I did want to let you know that if you consider a third-party like MemberSpace to protect your content, you can choose any of Webflow’s paid plans.

With MemberSpace, you can protect content/pages on your website so they are only accessible by members on one of your membership plans. Members can pay you directly through MemberSpace as we integrate with Stripe to accept payment (we do not integrate with PayPal at this time).

If you host any of your training content directly on your Webflow site, you can use our Content Links feature to add extra security to those files (videos, pdfs, etc.) so they aren’t accessible by non-members.

If you’d like to poke around MemberSpace to see if the platform would be a good fit, you’re welcome to do so for 14 days for free. I’m also happy to answer any questions if needed. :slight_smile:

Enjoy your day!

Hey William :wave:

I recommend getting started with the basic CMS plan. You can always upgrade if you hit any limits. But that’s unlikely since the CMS plan is really generous.

As for Paypal, can you get by with a basic Paypal payment button embedded in your site? That will save you some money if you’re trying to keep things super simple. If you find yourself wanting to gate content or process recurring payments then I recommend checking out Memberspace (above) and Memberstack. I’m a cofounder at Memberstack, so feel free to reach out to me directly :blush: +

Best of luck!