Cart66 is now available for as little as $9.99/mo making it a great option for any size store or accepting payments of any kind – such as:
- accepting donations
- selling music
- selling tickets to events
- letting your clients pay their invoices on your site
- and more…
Cart66 provides a PCI compliant hosted payment page that looks exactly like the rest of your site. So, you don’t even need your own SSL certificate.
Building an ecommerce site is just as easy as building any other WordPress site because Cart66 takes care of all of the technical and security details for you. Cart66 brings all the features together with all the security and connected services to give you a fast, reliable, safe, ecommerce platform for WordPress. It’s better together.
Introducing Ember and Fire
Ember: $9.99/month or $99/year (2 months free)
The Ember plan provides all the features you need to start selling including a secure hosted payment page to safely accept credit card payments.
Fire: $29.99/month or $299/year (2 months free)
The Fire plan adds additional, advanced features including inventory management, recurring billing, membership & subscriptions, a secure customer portal, and advanced email notification tools.
Everything is available to try for free.
What To Look For In A Payment Plugin
Whether you use Cart66 or not, there are certain things you need to know if you are going to start accepting payments online. Here are few topics we cover in this video.
- What’s the difference between a payment gateway and a merchant account?
- What are aggregate vs individual merchant accounts?
- What do SSL certificates actually do?
- What’s the difference between a firewall and an SSL certificate?
- How can I start accepting payments easily and also securely?
>> What to look for in a payment plugin
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Until next time…