Your Gumroad Selling Pages
There are three main places your following will find you on Gumroad:
- Your creator profile - where your products for sale are
- Your follow page - your email newsletter subscribe form
- Your product pages - the pages of each of your products individually
Your 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.
The URL of your creator profile is gumroad.com/username or username.gumroad.com where username is replaced with your unique username (which you enter in your settings).
To go to your profile page to edit it, you can simply go to www.gumroad.com/profile while logged in to your account.
To add a username and set up your creator profile, click the profile button in the Gumroad toolbar. Then, you can add a profile image, write a short bio, change the background, and choose a call-to-action.
Once you add products for sale, they will be displayed on your profile. You can select which products you want to be displayed, and you can rearrange them.
Your follow page is located at gumroad.com/username/follow or username.gumroad.com/follow where username is replaced with your unique username
You can use your follow page to grow your following by building your email list. Unlike your profile however, the products that you publish do not get added to your follow page.
Your follow page and your profile can have different messaging. While your profile may feature a general bio that's relevant to everyone who visits the page, your follow page is a good place to get specific about a project you're currently working on.
If you want to focus your followers' attention to a single product, you can use your product page. You can find the URL of your product page from your product dashboard or while editing your product. You can also edit this URL and share it directly to your Facebook, Twitter, or on your website.
You can even customize your product page by making edits to the style, purchase flow, and receipts.