The Payment Page, Explained
At Monetized, we believe all content is premium content. That’s why we give every story, article, essay, recipe — you name it — its own payment page with a customizable screenshot, title, content description, call to action, and community.
Monetized is your no-code solution for paywalling. We build payment pages for your content, turning your unique URLs, file uploads, Notion posts and more into online storefronts that you control.
Choose how you want to connect your content and how you want to accept payment. We allow credit card payments, Web Monetization, Unlock Protocol, NFT gating, and pay-with-email. Everything is customizable from our form.
Monetized is powered by monetized links.
Once you connect your content with Monetized, we create a new, monetized link for it. When you share your monetized link, users who follow the link will arrive at a payment-gated landing page for your content.
The payment page is designed to make your content stand out and to give your customers everything they need to make a purchase decision.
Monetized Pro members can customize calls to action as needed. Raising money for a charity? Starting a serial publication? Let your customers know in the Call To Action.
Monetized gates each piece of your content that exists on a unique URL. This includes events and livestreams.
This allows you, the content creator, to decide how much each piece of content is worth, and to address multiple niches. You have the flexibility to charge a different price — from $1 to $50 — for each piece of content. You can tailor the payment method to your audiences. You can add content descriptions explaining what customers will be getting.
Follow up with your customers using our built-in Community feature. Those customers who opt to share their email with you will be listed under the content they purchased. Use our built-in email channel to send them updates.
Monetized tracks your sales for each piece of content. We integrate with Stripe.
To build trust with your audience, we also allow readers to request a refund within 24 hours if the purchase ended up not being right for them.
Questions? Hit us up at email@example.com.