Your Gumroad Profile Page
Your Gumroad creator profile
Your creator profile is your Gumroad home base. You can use it to introduce yourself to people (through a profile image, bio, and further customization), build your following by collecting email addresses, and showcase your work as you start adding products.
Your creator profile is located at gumroad.com/username or username.gumroad.com where username is replaced with your unique username (which you can change in your settings).
You can also get to it by visiting gumroad.com/profile or by clicking the profile button in the Gumroad navigation.
Once you add products for sale, they will be displayed on your profile too. You can rearrange them or hide them from view.
Editing your profile header
Upload a profile picture by selecting the Profile picture button in the top bar. If you have connected your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts to your Gumroad profile, you will see an option to pull your profile picture directly from those accounts.
To change your name and bio, simply click the text on your profile to edit it and start typing. Be sure to click Save Changes in the upper right hand corner of the screen when you’re done.
To edit your background, click on the Style button in the top bar. Here, you’ll be able to select a theme, choose a color scheme (or pull styling from your connected Facebook or Twitter accounts), set a background image, and add custom CSS.
To change the call to action underneath your bio, click the Follow form button in the top bar. Here, you can also copy the code to embed your follow form on your website.
Click the Preview toggle to see what your page will look like to customers..
Connecting Facebook and Twitter
Under the Connections button in the top bar, you’ll be able to connect your Gumroad profile to your Twitter and Facebook accounts. This will create links to your Twitter and Facebook pages on your Gumroad profile so that Gumroad users can easily find you on other platforms. You can also automatically pull a profile photo and theme colors from your social media accounts to use on your Gumroad profile.
Editing your products
You can change the default sort order of your products by clicking on the Products button in the top bar. You can also choose which products you’d like to be visible on your page here. To hide a product, simply uncheck the circle next to the product.
To exercise greater control over the look of your profile page, you can use custom CSS. With custom CSS snippets, you can change the color, size, or existence of your profile page's text, manually resize your products, or alter the layout of the page.
Turn on/off filters
When you have more than nine products on your Gumroad store, you will automatically see filters pop up on the left side of your screen. These help customers organize and more easily explore your products as they browse. As you can see, your products can be sorted, or organized by rating and the types of files they contain.
If you do not want your customers to see the filters, you can turn them off by clicking Products and deselecting "Show product filters"
Highlighting a Membership
Want to highlight a Membership of yours? You have the option to display a Membership of yours on your Profile. Go to Profile then Products then select the Membership you want to highlight under Highlighted Membership. You can turn this feature off by selecting Don't show Membership.
This is how it displays:
You can send people directly to your highlighted Membership by adding /membership to the end of you URL like so:
Can I show "Categories" on my page?
We get asked this question a lot, by creators who sell different types of products. No, we don't have a way for you to show categories on your profile page. But here's a quick workaround if you have more than nine products.
1) Add tags to all of your products. Learn about adding tags here
2) Allow filters to be shown on your profile page
3) Send customers to your profile page URL with the tag added to the URL. To do that, simply take:
[ The URL of your product page] + ?sort=page_layout&tags=[tag]
Here's an example using Gumroad user MatKat Music at www.gumroad.com/matkatmusic (or, as we know, matkatmusic.gumroad.com)
They have 15 products, and each product has tags added to it.
If we were to link customers solely to the "Tutorial" products on the page, then we take the formula above:
[ The URL of your product page] + ?sort=page_layout&tags=[tag] and replace it with the URL and tag, so:
www.gumroad.com/matkatmusic + ?sort=page_layout&tags=tutorial