Selling Enrollment Membership Versus Selling Individual Courses
There are two primary approaches you can take to selling your knowledge in Heights Platform.
1. Selling membership access to a complete program with one or more courses included, and with optional add-ons and upsells that your students can purchase.
2. Selling courses all individually and potentially offering a selection of courses for free.
Selling Program Enrollment/Membership
To sell membership access you would set your enrollment to a paid plan in your Payment Settings. All courses would then be included in this membership purchase by default. If you want to sell any courses as add-ons or upsells in addition to your membership, you can edit the course and check off "sold separately". When you configure a paid enrollment plan, students will not be able to access any of your content until they purchase membership access. You can set any combination of one-time, installment, or subscription payment plans to charge for enrollment.
Checkout for selling program membership with paid enrollment
Selling Courses Individually
If you plan to have all of your courses sold individually rather than selling program enrollment or membership, then you'll want to make your enrollment "free" in your payment settings. This will allow students to signup and browse what you have for purchase, as well as allow them to engage in any free courses you have available.
Next, you will want to go to each course that is not included for free with your enrollment, set it to "sold separately" and configure a price for it.
You can do this from the right side of your course edit page:
The links below the "enable public landing page" checkbox will show you the links that students can use to purchase your course, depending on the options you have selected above.
If your course is not sold separately, then it is automatically free to any students that enroll.
Students can either register for your program and then purchase a course, or they can purchase a course directly from your course landing page, when you check "allow purchase from landing page" as an option on your course (shown in screenshot above).
Public landing checkout page for an individually sold course