Sell across the web
Let shoppers checkout right on the spot from any website or blog.
Turn visitors into customers
Promote your products to visitors who view your blog or site regularly.
Customize your Buy Button
Customize fonts, colors and layouts to match your website’s style and brand.
About Buy Button channel
Sell more with Buy Buttons and checkout links
Create a Buy Button for any product or collection and add it to a website or blog. Use the Buy Button editor to match the style and colors of your brand, then copy and paste the HTML code to your platform of choice. You can also create quick checkout links that will send shoppers directly to your checkout page. Choose a single product and variant, then copy your link to any email, direct message or social media post.
With Shopify and the Buy Button channel, you can:
- use the Buy Button editor to build buttons with custom fonts, colors, and layouts
- update product details from Shopify without needing to edit the code on your website or blog
- fulfill orders for customers that are placed using Buy Buttons and checkout links
- track sales using your Home sales overview and Analytics pages
- create fast and easy checkout links to promote products
Learn more about Buy Buttons and checkout links by visiting the website in the “Sales and support” section of this page.
Overall rating Based on 204 reviews
Most recent reviews
The Wicked Pilgrim
Setting up the Shopping Cart Lite button proved to be much more of a challenge than I expected. With just one product to sell, a 440 page book, I thought the Buy Button would be a quick install, but at every turn, something would crop up that slowed down the progress.
My problems were created by postage and book weight and the fact that at the checkout incorrect shipping charges were being added to the order. Not what I had anticipated. We had to override the shipping details with a flat rate for each book. This was accomplished by one of the Shopify team.
However, after quite a few conversations with different Shopify Gurus, (their terminology, not mine) we managed between us to make changes that would work for my situation.
In the end, everything worked out well and although I opted for a single button for the shopping cart, it took a lot of phone time to get things sorted out, but was all worth while in the end. You can view the button set up on www.thewickedpilgrim.com
One feature I liked in particular was that as you go through the purchasing process you do not leave the product page. Panels appear on top of the page you are viewing and those small panels are where you input your name, address, credit card information etc.
When an order is placed, the purchaser receives an email immediately and the supplier also receives information about an order placed.
Without exception the people to whom I spoke were polite, friendly and extremely helpful.
Kinky Toy Store
This app is a great idea but poorly executed. We encountered major layout issues with both individual and category buttons, which makes this app useless. Not recommended until this problem gets fixed. I doubt that will be anytime soon.
Works perfectly for adding links to our self-hosted WordPress blog.
I do have one request though. A way to track which site/blog the sale came from. In our case, we may place these on different blogs that we run and it'd be helpful to see which one generates the sale.