Whether you're launching a subscription-based product or service, setting up customer payment plans, or conducting ongoing work for your clients, you'll want the best recurring payment system for your budget.
If you can relate, never fear, because you're in the right place. In this round-up, we're going to explore some of the best recurring payment systems on the market. Hopefully, by the end, you'll be better positioned to decide which (if any) of these platforms meet the billing needs of your online business.
As you can imagine, there's lots to cover, so without further ado, let's dive on in!
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Amazon is a name that most people are familiar with these days. The company is responsible for everything from the world’s biggest online marketplace to cloud computing solutions through AWS. Amazon also has its own payment service provider solution called Amazon Pay.
Although Amazon Pay isn’t as well-known as some of the other PSPs on the market today (like PayPal), it’s a popular choice for a lot of ecommerce store owners. The easy-to-use platform ensures that you can give your customers a quick and easy way to complete their purchases on your website. There’s even support for things like online donations and recurring payments too.
Continue reading Amazon Pay Review (Oct 2020) – Everything You Need to Know
Afterpay is a new financing solution for clothing retailers and their customers. It provides shoppers some much-needed wriggle room with its buy-now, pay-later service.
In theory, this should make clothing more affordable, right?
In this Afterpay review, we're going to explore exactly that. Is this payment service too good to be true, or is it just another way to fall into debt?
Continue reading Afterpay Review (Oct 2020): Lifesaver or Scam?
Chargebee vs Recurly: Which is better for your business? If you're looking for an answer to this question, you're in the right place.
You don't need us to tell you that different businesses need different accounting software types, and it's essential to make the right decision.
That's why we're comparing these two industry giants. We're digging into who these companies are, their core features, pros, cons, and integrations. Then hopefully, by the end, you should have a better idea of which (if either) of these platforms meets your needs.
That's enough preamble, let's dive into the meat and potatoes…
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When ecommerce store owners are setting up their business, typically, they might think of using tried and tested payment solutions that take debit and credit card payments, such as PayPal or Stripe. However, there are loads of other options out there, including smaller players that are by no means to be discounted – particularly if you’re solopreneur or SME.
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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, online businesses, large and small, are reporting a massive increase in ecommerce sales. In fact, recent figures from Adobe's Digital Economy Index show US ecommerce sales have gone up by a whopping 49% in April alone!
In light of this surge, more and more businesses are doing all they can to adjust their online sale strategies to make it easier for consumers to continue spending during this challenging period
And many small to medium-sized operators have found a solution to help them achieve exactly that…
In May 2020 San Francisco-based payment giant, Square, launched a new service called Square Online Checkout. It’s important to note this isn't the same as Square Online Store.
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At one point in time, transactions involved trading objects, like cattle or crops. Eventually, it became more practical to substitute larger objects for "pocket-sized" items of value, like gold coins or even jewelry. In today's world, much of the trading is done with digital substitutes for currency, like credit cards, PayPal, and online bank accounts. Because of that, there's a cost to selling products and services online. Transfer fees and limitations abound, especially when it comes to international business. That's why we want to show you how to use TransferWise to pay, and get paid, with much lower fees across borders.
Continue reading How to Use TransferWise in 2020: Pay or Get Paid Across Borders (Without High Fees)