Re-directing to a oto after Checkout?

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Hey Guys...

Could any of you please help?

I have set up a sales funnel...as follows..the payment merchant at the moment is going to be PayPal...

Squeeze page> FREE OFFER> *re-direct* to OTO 1{that works fine}> prospect buys via Paypal...but NO automatic redirect after checkout to a second OTO I have in the funnel...

And thats the issue...is there any way OR should I say payment merchant I can use for this funnel where the *buyer* gets automatically sent to the second OTO *after checkout of the first oto...as I'm sure you will know Paypal do not auto redirect between offers after checkout they have to click the *return to merchants account* link to get my second OTO and I can't see many people doing that?

So if anyone can help...thanks guys it would be a tremendous help...
#checkout #oto #redirecting
  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    When you create the paypal "buy" button, go to advanced options and enter any URL you want to send the buyer to after they purchase...
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    • Profile picture of the author talfighel
      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      When you create the paypal "buy" button, go to advanced options and enter any URL you want to send the buyer to after they purchase...
      Yes, that will work.

      On that page, you can offer another product of yours and make even more money. (That's called an UPSELL)

      You will be surprised to see that most of them will buy your second product even after they invested in the first product.
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    Agree with dmarc.
    JVZoo.. easy to step up.

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    • Profile picture of the author John_Edwards
      Cheers guys...as regards the Paypal button...yeah I have that set up for re-direction...however it's NOT *automatic* straight from the checkout on Paypal...to redirect the buyer they to click the *return to merchants page* button manually and mine says *Return to Johnsdigitalwordmedia*...my paypal biz account...so NO indication to the buyer that they need to click that.

      JVZoo crossed my mind...however the sales funnel starts with a free offer from a squeeze page...is there any way to put the oto offer as a $27 offer on JVZoo...redirecting to the second OTO...my thinking is when the prospect enters their details for the free offer I can redirect them to the first OTO on JVZoo via Aweber...however the problem with is the sales page on JVZoo can't be constructed as an OTO offer?

      Powerful food for thought though...let me know what you think on this?

      Cheers dudes you're the best...
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      • Profile picture of the author bogomil22
        I think that for Paypal first you should turn on your "Auto return" on. How to do this:
        - Login to your PayPal account.
        - Hover your mouse over Profile and click on it.
        - Then on the left-hand side, click My selling tools
        - Then find Website Preferences and click Update.
        - And there, click the option for Auto Return to "On"

        Next thing is to add First of all, when creating your buy button (or whatever button you choose), "Step 3″ will give you the option to "Take your customers to this URL when they finish checkout". Check that box and input the url you wish to send your customers to once they have finished payment.

        The second thing which you have to do is when creating your buy button, in "Step 3″ you will receive the option to "Take your customers to this URL when they finish checkout". You have to check that box and write the url you want to send your visitors to once they have finished payment.

        Third, you need to add the following code somewhere in your PayPal button html code they give you:
        <input name="return" type="hidden" value="http://www.yourwebsite.com/otooffer" />

        Change text in blue to whatever your url actually is.

        Then use that line of code and put it into your PayPal button code. For example, here is an entire code, and I have included the redirection code you need to add in blue:

        <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
        <input name="cmd" type="hidden" value="_s-xclick" />
        <input name="hosted_button_id" type="hidden" value="1AAAA111AAA1A" />
        <input name="return" type="hidden" value="http://www.yourwebsite.com/otooffer" />
        <input alt="PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!" border="0″ name="submit" src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/image.gif" type="image" />
        <img alt="" border="0″ height="1″ src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/i/scr/pixel.gif" width="1″ /></form>

        Hope this works...
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        • Profile picture of the author PCH
          John_Edwards,

          I've PMd you on FB with all you need to know.

          Cheers bud,

          Paul
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        • Profile picture of the author PCH
          Hey Buddy,

          it's much easier to just use the email link they give you. You don't have to do any of this stuff then.

          Paul


          Originally Posted by bogomil22 View Post

          I think that for Paypal first you should turn on your "Auto return" on. How to do this:
          - Login to your PayPal account.
          - Hover your mouse over Profile and click on it.
          - Then on the left-hand side, click My selling tools
          - Then find Website Preferences and click Update.
          - And there, click the option for Auto Return to "On"

          Next thing is to add First of all, when creating your buy button (or whatever button you choose), "Step 3″ will give you the option to "Take your customers to this URL when they finish checkout". Check that box and input the url you wish to send your customers to once they have finished payment.

          The second thing which you have to do is when creating your buy button, in "Step 3″ you will receive the option to "Take your customers to this URL when they finish checkout". You have to check that box and write the url you want to send your visitors to once they have finished payment.

          Third, you need to add the following code somewhere in your PayPal button html code they give you:
          <input name="return" type="hidden" value="http://www.yourwebsite.com/otooffer" />

          Change text in blue to whatever your url actually is.

          Then use that line of code and put it into your PayPal button code. For example, here is an entire code, and I have included the redirection code you need to add in blue:

          <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
          <input name="cmd" type="hidden" value="_s-xclick" />
          <input name="hosted_button_id" type="hidden" value="1AAAA111AAA1A" />
          <input name="return" type="hidden" value="http://www.yourwebsite.com/otooffer" />
          <input alt="PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!" border="0″ name="submit" src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/image.gif" type="image" />
          <img alt="" border="0″ height="1″ src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/i/scr/pixel.gif" width="1″ /></form>

          Hope this works...
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