Any other payment processor to offer a WSO

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Hi Warrior,

Is there any other way than paypal to offer a WSO?

Actually I was so excited the other day that my site was on first page of google. I know for some people it is usual thing. But believe me I was very much excited and I came up with this report.

The main motivation behind this is the warrior's advice and suggestion, that makes me work hard and I got the result also.

I am so curious to launch this report for warriors, which is very specially written for warriors only. If I cannot able to make a WSO then I think I have to rewrite and launch for the general public.

I am no genius or master of any thing or even I cannot write good English, but I am sure people can understand what I am saying, but my excitement is so high.

I had just shared my expereince of day by day work that I did to bring my brand new web site on first page of google. It is very short report of only 7 pages but it is 100% real. It is also my first baby.


#internet marketing #offer #payment #processor #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
    My friend uses 2CO for his WSOs. No problem.
    • Profile picture of the author alfa_375
      Originally Posted by Kevin Riley View Post

      My friend uses 2CO for his WSOs. No problem.
      Thanks Kevin, but when I go for the payment it is going to the paypal site only. Could you tell me, how exactly I use 2CO?

  • Profile picture of the author ibringjoy
    Even if you don't have a paypal account, you can still use a credit card, and use paypal as your payment processor to pay for posting a wso.


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