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Affirm & Klarna Loans: Simplifying Webflow Payments with Monthly Installments

Whether you're a brick-and-mortar store venturing into online business, or an established e-commerce site looking to simplify the payment process for your customers, you've likely heard about the Affirm and Klarna loans. These payment solutions have been touted as a way to increase sales by offering customers the ability to pay in monthly installments instead of one large upfront payment. But the big question for Webflow users is, "Are these payment solutions compatible with my Webflow site?"

The Challenge: Integrating Affirm & Klarna with Webflow

Webflow users have long been seeking to integrate Affirm and Klarna loans into their websites. These 'buy now, pay later' solutions have been proven to boost conversion rates and increase sales, by making it easier for customers to make purchases. However, the question of compatibility with Webflow has remained a major stumbling block.

The Solution: Using Foxy for Klarna Integration

Fortunately, there's light at the end of the tunnel. Based on a Webflow forum discussion, it was revealed that Klarna could work with Webflow as long as Webflow can implement the Shopify buy button. However, it seems that the even better news is that Foxy.io, a secure shopping cart, payment, and fulfillment solution for Webflow, has stepped in to fill this gap.

Foxy.io has announced that their new Klarna integration is now live. They support a hundred plus other gateways and alternative payment methods and integrate seamlessly with Webflow. This allows you to sell any type of product securely. With the Foxy + Klarna integration, you can display the monthly payment amount right on the product page, next to the buy button.

Understanding Foxy Charges

It's important to note, however, that on top of what the payment processors like Stripe and Google charge (i.e. 3% of the sale), there's also a Foxy charge per transaction. But the good news is that with Foxy, your first 100 transactions each month are included in the monthly ($20/mo) or annual ($180/yr) pricing. They only charge a transaction fee if you exceed 100 transactions in any given month. The transactions fee has a minimum of 1 cent and a maximum of 15 cents.

Customizing the Foxy Shopping Cart and Checkout

Another great benefit of Foxy is that their shopping cart and checkout are customizable. They provide step by step instructions on how to add your own header/footer in Webflow. Customizing specific elements (like input fields) will require adding custom CSS, but they can guide you through this process and are available for help every step of the way.

In Conclusion

So, while an official Affirm and Klarna integration with Webflow may not be available just yet, the Foxy + Klarna integration provides a viable solution for Webflow users looking to offer their customers the flexibility of monthly installment payments. It's a great way to enhance your customer's shopping experience and possibly boost your sales. So why not give it a try?

Supercharge Your Sales: Adding a Klarna Payment Calculator Widget

Now that we've discussed the Foxy + Klarna integration, let's elevate your user experience even further. How about adding a Klarna Payment Calculator Widget to your product pages? This is an advanced tip that could make a significant difference to your sales.

Here's why: when customers see the exact monthly installment amount they'd need to pay for a product, it can be a powerful motivator to complete the purchase. It makes the pricing transparent and the payment seem more manageable, especially for higher-priced items. It's a neat psychological trick that could work wonders on your conversion rates.

Adding the Klarna Payment Calculator widget is pretty straightforward. First, you'll need to get the widget code from Klarna. Once you have it, you can add it to your Webflow site using an HTML Embed Element. Here's the step-by-step process:

  • Go to the Webflow Designer and navigate to the page where you want to add the widget.
  • Add an HTML Embed Element at the desired location.
  • Click on the HTML Embed Element and paste your Klarna code into the code field.
  • Click Save and Close.
  • Publish your site to see the widget in action.

Remember, this is an advanced tip and requires some knowledge of HTML. If you're unsure about any step, don't hesitate to reach out to the Webflow or Klarna support teams. They're there to help!

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