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    Hello !
    i have a site by WordPress . Not an E-Commerce site. it's a blog . i would like to sell some thing in my blog . Is it possible ?
    Please help me ...
    Thanks !

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    You could always just add a PayPal button to the pages where you're trying to sell something. That would be the quickest, easiest way to do it.
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    I have tried out a few e-commerce options for wordpress. If you just want to sell a few items, you can install a paypal plug-in like the WP Simple Paypal Shopping Cart. The plug-in lets you add paypal buttons to your page.
    If you want to go a little bit more advanced with inventory control and other payament options, there are eshop, wp-e-commerce and estore and wp-storecart.
    From those, I preferred eshop since you can have a grid view and have to option to use authorize.net and other independant credit card gateways, whereas estore and wp-e-commerce work with paypal and google checkout 2checkout only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porty, post: 215743
    Thank you very much Porty. i am searching this type of plugins . now i am trying to understand this plugins . i think i will get some tutorial about this plugins in youtube .
    again thank you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 215716
    You could always just add a PayPal button to the pages where you're trying to sell something. That would be the quickest, easiest way to do it.
    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janja, post: 215814
    I have tried out a few e-commerce options for wordpress. If you just want to sell a few items, you can install a paypal plug-in like the WP Simple Paypal Shopping Cart. The plug-in lets you add paypal buttons to your page.
    If you want to go a little bit more advanced with inventory control and other payament options, there are eshop, wp-e-commerce and estore and wp-storecart.
    From those, I preferred eshop since you can have a grid view and have to option to use authorize.net and other independant credit card gateways, whereas estore and wp-e-commerce work with paypal and google checkout 2checkout only.

    Thank you too

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    is it possible to add moneybookers , MasterCard as a payment option in Eshop plugins ?

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    • I don't know a lot of the above systems but I'm pretty sure some of them are similar to Moneybookers.If you want your website to have a site internal payment, you would use something like authorize.net. Its a service that will do the credit card processing. You will still need a merchant account. This way is expensive. When people only have a few items, I recommend paypal since you don't have to pay anything until you sell something. Set-up and mainenance fees for indenpendant credit card processing with merchant account can run up to $1000/year and you haven't sold a thing yet.

    • I recently bought the shopping cart plug-in from Tribulant. I'm currently testing it. I bought it because it has many gateways coded into the plug-in including Firstdata (BOA uses that), manual (if a store has a real terminal already) etc. , product via csv upload and much more. I'll see how that works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janja, post: 216091


    • I don't know a lot of the above systems but I'm pretty sure some of them are similar to Moneybookers.If you want your website to have a site internal payment, you would use something like authorize.net. Its a service that will do the credit card processing. You will still need a merchant account. This way is expensive. When people only have a few items, I recommend paypal since you don't have to pay anything until you sell something. Set-up and mainenance fees for indenpendant credit card processing with merchant account can run up to $1000/year and you haven't sold a thing yet.

    • I recently bought the shopping cart plug-in from Tribulant. I'm currently testing it. I bought it because it has many gateways coded into the plug-in including Firstdata (BOA uses that), manual (if a store has a real terminal already) etc. , product via csv upload and much more. I'll see how that works out.
    Thanks ! i am trying Paypal .


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