How to connect Sales Page to Paypal to aWeber?

by jaysol 8 replies
Anyone Please.

If I wanted to connect my Sales page to my Paypal but deliver the download from aWeber, so I could capture their email, how could I do that?
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  • Well, you could do one of two things.

    1. You can redirect the paypal to your squeeze page telling buyers they need to opt in to get their product.

    2. You can set up the automation part through the email parser in your aweber dashboard.

    In your confirmanation message tell them they need to verify their account in order for you to send the product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joshua Bretag
      Or you could just get nanacast and let it do it all for you. But yes for a free option do phaser with aweber where payapl will send the info from the payment screen to aweber and then send them a confirmation email.

      and thats the link on aweber about how to do it
      How Do I Integrate PayPal With AWeber? :: AWeber Knowledge Base

      hope that helps
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    • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
      Originally Posted by Skid_Roe View Post

      1. You can redirect the paypal to your squeeze page telling buyers they need to opt in to get their product.
      And Paypal will shut you down if you do that... Bad advice
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      • Profile picture of the author Joshua Bretag
        Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

        And Paypal will shut you down if you do that... Bad advice
        That they will!!!!!

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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Busa
        Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

        And Paypal will shut you down if you do that... Bad advice
        WOW I was not aware of this... I am going to have to stop that then, I've always directed them to a squeeze page.

        guess looks like I am going to have to stop being cheap and get a proper shopping cart service then.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    You will find many shopping cart services which integrate with both Paypal and Aweber, plus help safeguard your downloads.

    A couple off the top of my head are E-Junkie and DL-Guard.
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  • Profile picture of the author jaysol
    Thanks guys, for the quick respond and for the info.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary King
    Agreed if you can, integrate a download protector.

    However, in the SIMPLEST terms, here's how it goes.

    You have a sales page with a paypal order button on it.

    That order button has a RETURN URL on it, which is your THANK YOU page.

    Your thank you page has an OPTION to sign-up to your list. DO NOT require them to sign-up. I'm seeing people do this and it totally ticks me off - I unsub immediately.

    (Plus as Istvan and Josh say, Paypal will likely be unhappy)

    Now, on the thank you page (or your download protector page), as I said, have the sign-up form.

    Offer them SOMETHING EXTRA for signing up. Motivate them to do so.

    Think of it this way. If you were them, and just paid your hard-earned money for something, why should you have to pay more in the form of your email address to get the product?

    Let's say you go to a store and buy a loaf of bread and that bread is labeled $2.00. You pay for it, but before they let you take it out of the store, you're told you have to pay an additional 50 cents. Probably wouldn't make you very happy, right?

    Give me a reason to sign up for your list, don't force me. It changes the whole tone of how your list will interact with you.

    The first one causes me to be unhappy about it, the latter makes me feel great that you hooked me up.
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