Sellfy Store on Facebook

Like it or not, your customers are on Facebook, so obviously you should be there too. And with our latest Facebook integration it is now easier than ever. Upon finishing this integration, a neat Sellfy store tab will appear on your Facebook page that will allow you to easily promote and sell digital products to your fans on Facebook.


To start – you will have to create Sellfy account and upload your products. Then you’ll have to connect your Sellfy store and Facebook page. To do that, first you have to specify the URL of your Facebook page in the ‘Settings’ tab of your account. You can access the ‘Settings’ tab by clicking ‘My Account’ in the upper right corner of the page.

Now that Sellfy knows the URL of your Facebook page, one last step remains before you can start selling directly on Facebook. You need to go to the ‘Integrations’ part of the ‘Settings’ and choose the page where you want Sellfy Store to appear. After this is done, Sellfy will automatically pull product information from your store, so there’s no need for you to list items. Just choose the products you want to feature and Sellfy creates a Store tab on your page.

Here is an example of how it all looks in our demo store. Isn’t it awesome? Clean and simple.

sellfy store view

If the Store tab doesn’t appear on the Facebook page, you’ll have to navigate to the ‘More’ -> ‘Manage Tabs’. A ‘Store’ tab will be in the tabs list, drag and drop it to reorder and display.

You can also rename the Store tab to a custom name or a call-to-action, like Buy Our Ebooks Now. To do this, go to the settings of your page on Facebook and click ‘Apps’. You will see Sellfy app in there, with an option to ‘Edit Settings’. From there, you can change the default tab name and image alike.


We hope that Facebook integration will open up new channels of sales for your products. By reducing friction between product discovery and product purchase, you allow potential customers to browse your products and make a purchase right from your Facebook Page.

If you have questions about implementing this integration, check out our documentation.

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