Which payment gateway is the best to sell my info products? (Stripe, PayPal, WooComerce, Send Owl, ClickBank, etc.)

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Hey guys! I just finished my sales page (the 1st version of it) and now im trying to set up my checkout page, but there are sooo many options, I'm confused as to which one to choose??

1. Which one is the best? Im currently looking at using clickbank since they seem to be on parr with what i want to do (like 1-click-upsells, have affiliate, they take care of the refunds...)

2. When my competitor's checkout page says "powerd by stripe", does that mean they use stripe as their payment processor?

3. I build my sales page using the DIVI theme from elegant themes... will i be able to track the number of clicks?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks dudes and dudesttes!
#clickbank #gateway #owl #payment #paypal #send #stripe #woocomerce
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  • Profile picture of the author zefriks
    Depends on your target market. Some peoples on US will choose PayPal and Stripe payment gateway for checkout.
    But, because PayPal is the most payment processor used by peoples in the world, I prefer PayPal as choice for your payment processor options.
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  • Profile picture of the author ktz16
    PayPal for sure. I use it more and more.
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  • Profile picture of the author success_89
    Pay Pal definitely gets my vote, I personally have never had any issues with them, being so well known and widely accepted definitely seems to help because those who do business with you as well as you as the business entity paypal has for me always been very supportive, responsive and helpful when there were any issues which for me personally in the numerous years i've used them never had an issue
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  • Profile picture of the author garry baker
    There is a difference between payment gateways and marketplaces. For example stripe, paypal are payment gateways... Clickbank is a marketplace that uses stripe, paypal to accept payments but does the other things you mentioned, like 1-click-upsells, have affiliate.

    The best market place depends on your product really, for IM type products JVZoo or Warrior+Plus probably... Clickbank is good for just about everything really...

    You can track clicks with the marketplace tracking or some other 3rd party tracking cloud based or wordpress plugin...
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  • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
    I have some ebooks selling using Clickbank and yes, they are good in terms of managing affiliates and have a marketplace that will help you build affiliates as you grow your sales.

    I also have other ebooks and digital products selling using combination of 2CO and Paypal - have even had my own merchant account in the past. For these, I use Ejunkie...gives me the front-end catalog and affiliate management capabilities like Clickbank and allows you to link multiple payment systems to them and generate payment buttons.
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  • I like Paypal the most, then next would be 2checkout then Clickbank. Paypal is fast and swift, you can get a paypal debit card, they automatically send you new cards before your old one expires on you, and alot of people around the world uses. Every vendor has their pros and cons - but Paypal gets my vote.
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  • Profile picture of the author iwankurniawan
    I use woocommerce plugin.
    no matter what theme is used, with woocommerce we can integrate with paypal
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  • Profile picture of the author KimMajali
    I believe, ClickBank is the best choice for you, many marketers will help you in selling your book
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  • Profile picture of the author Eunice21
    It Depends on you, but paypal i think is the most convenient.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michaelwdaw
    I've built my own wordpress website and am using the alidropship woo plugin, however I have not begun yet (my website is still in development) because of the business side of things.

    Payment gateways.
    If you don't have capital, a credit card or if you have a credit card that has a very small limit, how do you get around making your first order?

    For instance, the items I want to sell are more expensive than the credit limit allocated to me by my CC.

    Is using the BACS payment method superior for individuals with no startup capital to using paypal? Stripe is not available in my country and I'd like to use open source software.

    Regarding paypal, I am not sure how long it takes for the funds to be accessible, but I imagine that once they are, only then can I deposit the money into my own account, which will take another few days, and only then can I place the order.

    Please correct me if I am wrong, hopefully someone with experience can speak on this matter, but is this how the process really is if I use the individuals funds by relying on paypal only?

    I am from south africa so I am not sure if there is anything different.

    I look forward to your response
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  • Profile picture of the author Faris Kayal
    Check G2A Pay.
    They offer multiple currencies - this was crucial for my ecommerce as my products consist mostly of digital gift cards, which means that my potential customer can be located anywhere in the world
    Payment options - same point, if you are planning to go international then g2a pay supports local and global options (they cover PayPal, Skrill, credit cards)
    Hope it helps
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  • Profile picture of the author Jake Wallis
    I would also recommend G2A PAY, the integration process is very easy and all you have to do is insert your full name and phone number.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    Paypal and warrior plus get my recommendation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marina Gnatyuk
    It's impossible to pick up the best one, as the choice depends on your individual business needs.
    2 -yes, it means that they use Stripe
    3 - as far as I know, DIVI themes allow you to use code, so you can easily insert UTM parameters into your pieces of content and track how they perform.
    Hope it helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author kenyan
    i think paypal and stripe will be good since majority of the people from US and other parts of the world use and have them
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    All seem to rock nicely Jake but think of your target audience. If folks in these countries can buy easily through the payment processor, you are good to go. I focus on Selz, Amazon, Paypal, Audible and Teachable (Paypal). All work A-OK for me because all work well for my customers and clients.

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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Jake Green View Post

    Which one is the best?



    Best for whom? You or your customers?


    Two things . . .


    Choose the payment processor that has the features you need, but ultimately, you want to make the purchasing of your products as easy, intuitive, safe, and secure as possible. Choose payment processors that work hard to do this depending upon where you are.



    Also, you don't have to use just one payment method. Many of the top IM businesses offer multiple processors for every product they sell. They are catering to their customers . . . trying to make payment for their products the very best customer experience they can.


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  • Profile picture of the author Marina Gnatyuk
    In addition to the previous answers, I'd say that the choice of a payment solution depends on the following factors:

    1 - your target market;
    2 - your industry / segment;
    3 - accounting / shopping / content management system you use;
    4 - your preferred language(s);
    5 - your expected monthly turnover.

    Different payment service providers have their own terms, conditions, and expectations regarding the cooperation with you.

    Before you make a choice, research your target market. What currencies / devices / payment methods they use? Which buying habits they have? What your competitors do to win customers support and trust?

    In addition, you should consider your own business needs. If you have an international focus - then it's better to opt for the assistance of a PSP with a global acquiring network. If you're a SaaS business owner - then it's better to find a payment gateway providing both one-time and reocurring payment solutions. If you sell products within a shopping platform (Magento, for instance) - then you should find a payment gateway that can be integrated into this system.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author trevordd
    Hi there, guys! I am looking for some payment gatways for my new eCommerce websites too. I have found some interesting info and solutions about it on https://theappsolutions.com/blog/dev...ay-comparison/ I recommend you to check out them too, maybe you will find those helpful to you too, good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Expels
    Paypal definitely. In all my years with them, I never had any major issues at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasarAliAndroid
    Originally Posted by Jake Green View Post

    Hey guys! I just finished my sales page (the 1st version of it) and now im trying to set up my checkout page, but there are sooo many options, I'm confused as to which one to choose??

    1. Which one is the best? Im currently looking at using clickbank since they seem to be on parr with what i want to do (like 1-click-upsells, have affiliate, they take care of the refunds...)

    2. When my competitor's checkout page says "powerd by stripe", does that mean they use stripe as their payment processor?

    3. I build my sales page using the DIVI theme from elegant themes... will i be able to track the number of clicks?

    Any help is appreciated! Thanks dudes and dudesttes!
    There are many ways & payment methods that you can use to get payments from your customers. The two that I highly recommend is 2Checkout & PayPal however if you're aware of Payoneer Online Payment Transfer then Payoneer can be also the best way & payment transfer solution to boost your sales because every Blogger & Freelancer is almost using Payoneer as a payment method including me too and that's why I integrate Payoneer on any e-commerce site of mine. However Payoneer fees are too much compared to PayPal or 2Checkout etc. I googled & found the best article to read on Payoneer Fees.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    There are a lot to choose from, I wouldn't get hung up on this step though, they can all work so long as you're offering something your audience/market wants.

    My current favorites:

    Stripe
    Sendowl
    Gumroad
    Coingate
    Request Network
    Coinbase Commerce
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    I still think Paypal is good option for payment method. As large number of scams per day, Paypal has to be really careful with all transaction. If you can prove your source of money, your transaction, you're totally safe.
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  • Profile picture of the author rooms now
    For example, Strip is not in India. Paypal is famous in some countries. Still I prefer paypal is best option for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charlie McGlynn
    There are various types of them and it depends on what type of payment do you want to provide.
    Will it be one-time purchasing or a subscription? For both of them, different kind of payment gateway's solutions exists.
    You may look at payspacelv.com payment provider as one of the options.
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  • Profile picture of the author 3936296
    I recommend WarriorPlus now.
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